NPWI choir performs at one of the world’s largest musical tours

Since its inception in 1995, The Winter Jam Tour Spectacular has featured many of the top names in Christian music, including TobyMac, Third Day, Newsboys, Steven Curtis Chapman, Lecrae, Skillet, and more. Created by Christian band NewSong, the tour has been undoubtedly successful, outpacing any other tour's attendance for the []

Four Trevecca students to present research at national conference

Trevecca senior, Christopher Thiessen, will be presenting his research, “On the Many Names of C.S. Lewis’s Aslan,” at the National Conference on Undergrad Research (NCUR) in April.Thiessen is one of four Trevecca students selected to present at the annual conference which promotes undergraduate research, scholarship and creative activity in all []

Trevecca graduate hired as urban farm manager

Recent Trevecca graduate Taylor Flemming is taking over as the new farm manager of Trevecca’s Urban Farm this semester.Flemming, who graduated in December 2016, started his position as the urban farm manager on January 3. He said it couldn’t have come at a more perfect time.“It was actually during a []

Trevecca men’s soccer team holds futsal fundraiser

Photo by Elijah RidleyOn February 4, more than 100 people gathered on Trevecca’s campus for a day of futsal and fundraising as part of the annual futsal tournament hosted by the men’s soccer team. Futsal is a modified form of soccer, usually played inside.Sixteen teams registered for the event, including non-Trevecca []

Trevecca baseball team reflects on trip to Nicaragua

Finished with final exams? Check.Go home for the Christmas break? Not so fast.Immediately after the fall semester ended, head coach Ryan Schmalz and his baseball team didn’t suit up to take the practice field or hit the weight room for conditioning. Instead, they boarded an airplane for a four-day mission trip.“We wanted []

Trevecca alumni reflect on ministering to refugees in Greece

L to R: Miriam, Dorothee, Jacob and Elias MorrisTrevecca alumni Jacob and Dorothee Morris arrived in northern Greece in July 2016 after living in Serbia for five months. The couple, along with their two children Elias and Miriam, is currently working with refugees fleeing unrest in the Middle East.The couples []

“Sense and Sensibility” opens next week

Students in Trevecca’s theatre program have been hard at work, preparing for the upcoming production, Sense and Sensibility. The Jane Austen classic will open in Benson Auditorium on Feb. 16 at 7 p.m.Jeff Frame, chair of the department of communication studies, and professor of dramatic arts and communication, is serving []

Trevecca freshman earns private pilot’s license

Trevecca student Anna Turpin (left) with certified flight instructor Captain MartinezAnna Turpin, a Trevecca freshman and McClurkan scholar, recently earned her private pilot’s license through the Civil Air Patrol (CAP), which is the civilian auxiliary of the United States Air Force. CAP exists to introduce young people to aviation, educate []

Trevecca Nazarene University celebrates enrollment growth

Trevecca Nazarene University unveiled a new billboard this week, touting the University as the “fastest growing university in Middle Tennessee.”Based on data gathered by Carol Smith for the Nashville Business Journal and published in the Journal’s 2016-2017 Book of Lists, Trevecca outpaced all other middle Tennessee universities in net student []

Trevecca alumni, employees to help tell refugee stories

Trevecca alumni Jasmine and Stephens Hiland will be spending the next 10 days in 3 different countries, traveling throughout Central Europe to help share the stories of refugees.The Hilands will be going to Katerini, Greece; Belgrade, Serbia; and Zagreb, Croatia. They left for their trip Feb. 3, and will return []

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