J.V. Morsch Center for Social Justice to host teen summit

​Trevecca’s J.V. Morsch Center for Social Justice will host the Youth About Change Teen Summit on Monday, Jan. 16. A partnership with the A.R.T. Project, the event is designed for African American teens in grades 8-12 and will challenge them to change their communities in positive ways. The event will []

Trevecca to host conference about faith and creativity

Out of a desire to inspire pastors and church leaders and explore creative expressions of worship and theology, Trevecca Nazarene University has announced the Imago Gathering. Set for Nov. 16, the one-day event will focus on the visual arts, music, film, and the spoken word.Special guests include Sandra McCracken, Kevin []

Trevecca students to participate in MLK Day of Service

Trevecca Nazarene University students will join more than 300 students from eight area universities to serve around the city in the annual MLK Day of Service on Saturday, Jan. 14.Designed to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the students will participate in projects focused on []

Students volunteer with local church to feed homeless

Trevecca student Paige Wyatt serving at Room In the InnEvery other Thursday a handful of Trevecca students welcome homeless guests to a local church for the night.Room In the Inn, a Nashville-based non-profit that partners with churches to house homeless guests during the winter months, started again in November and []

Behind the scenes of Trojan Idol 2016

Trojan Idol 2016 winner Olivia CalderwoodTrojan Idol doesn’t happen on campus until the beginning of December, but for Laura Beth Winchester, putting the event together means getting started months earlier.Winchester, social life director of SGA, started working on the event in September.“The beginning stages of planning—getting together the house band—take []

Trevecca welcomes new sports management faculty member

Dr. Aaron Hall (left) and his wife Natalie (right)Dr. Aaron Hall will join the faculty of Trevecca Nazarene University in the Spring 2017 semester. Hall will serve as an assistant professor in exercise science, serving in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science.Hall’s teaching responsibilities include classes that comprise the []

Six months in: Update on Trevecca missionaries in Serbia

Four Trevecca graduates have been serving as missionaries in Serbia for six months. Tori Stone, Christina Corzine, Curtis Rich and Megan Rich left the United States in June to work with the refugee population flooding into Europe from war-torn areas of the Middle East.The mission team will serve in Europe []

Trevecca sophomore invited to attend U.S. Paralympics national team camp

Trevecca sophomore Elijah Ridley was in his dorm when a Facebook message popped up in his notifications.It was from the captain of the U.S Paralympics soccer team, who had reached out to Ridley under instructions from his coach. Confused and unaware of what the Paralympics Games were, Ridley did a []

FLARE project will take Trevecca students to Israel in 2017

Next semester, students in Trevecca’s media arts program and the Department of Religion and Philosophy will be traveling to Israel as part of a FLARE project. There, the team will film a documentary on Jesus’ teachings regarding the kingdom of God.FLARE projects—FLARE stands for Faculty-Led Research Experience—are part of Trevecca’s []

Trevecca students take part in ASCAP songwriters workshop

Last week six students were sent from Trevecca to attend the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers Songwriting Workshop (ASCAP).“It was just a real-life look at [the songwriting industry]. What it looks like, what it takes, how you get better, there was a lot of questions and answers,” said []

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