Class of 2018: Senior Alana Grimaud is ready to take on the future

In 2015, Alana Grimaud found herself spending her summer break a little differently than most of her classmates. She wasn’t spending her days by the pool or sleeping in until noon every day—instead, at just 20 years old, she was managing a political campaign back in her home state of Oklahoma. “I []

Trevecca alumnus named recipient of Church of the Nazarene Distinguished Service Award

Trevecca alumnus Judge Charles Davis, (’70), was recently named the recipient of a Distinguished Service Award during the 95th meeting of the General Board of the Church of the Nazarene. Davis was recognized with the award on February 26 at the recommendation of the Board of General Superintendents.“I was very []

Alumna retires from second career leading Virginia’s page program

When Trevecca alumna Helen Hess (’60) finished her 31-year career as an educator, she wasn’t quite ready to walk away from working with students.That’s when a friend at work told her about the Commonwealth of Virginia’s House of Delegates page program.One of the oldest active page programs in the country []

Trevecca students part of the writing team for new Bible study

The student team that produced Your Kingdom Come: A DocumentaryA Bible study written by Trevecca students to accompany the student-made documentary Your Kingdom Come is now available nationally.Published by The Foundry Publishing, Your Kingdom Come: A Study from the Holy Land is a video-based, seven-part Bible study exploring the history of Israel and what []

Four Trevecca students to study abroad in Oxford, England, this summer

Four Trevecca undergraduate students will get a chance to study in Oxford, England, this summer through the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities’ (CCCU) BestSemester Program.Juniors Lily Thomas and Torri Frye along with sophomores Grace Mendez and Anna Turpin will spend nearly a month examining the work of some of []

Trevecca’s songwriting program focuses on mentoring, developing the craft

Although Trevecca’s associate degree in songwriting was only established a year ago, the program and its curriculum have been in the works for the past 10 years.Kim McLean, the professor in charge of the program, is at the helm of the University’s songwriting curriculum. McLean’s education as well as her []

Trevecca history professor soon to be published author

Dr. Erica Hayden, an assistant professor of history in Trevecca’s Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, will soon be able to place her own book on her bookshelf.Hayden’s book, based on her doctoral work, was recently accepted for publication. The work, titled “A good deal troublesome”: Female Crime and Punishment []

Trevecca student helps Nashville residents discover educational opportunities

When Jeremy Jennings walks across the stage to receive his diploma next weekend, it will be a moment of celebration and excitement.And it’s one he wants more adults to experience.So, when Jennings’ friend and childhood mentor Rodger Devore told him about an opportunity to get involved with Nashville’s Talent Hub []

New grant will allow Trevecca to better serve neighboring communities

Trevecca Nazarene University will soon expand its work in the community, with the help of an AmeriCorps Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) grant.The grant will allow the University to employ four VISTA members who will help the University to better assess and map the needs of those living in []

Annual student research symposium set for tonight

Trevecca Nazarene University will host its 25th annual student research symposium tonight. More than 60 students will present their research findings in individual and group presentations during the event.This year’s event will also include a new segment: Research on the Hill. Scheduled from 1 to 4 p.m., Research on the []

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