PA students serve in Haiti

“The sweetest most happiest kids you ever seen.”This was how Tasha Adams, assistant professor and Trevecca Clinic physician assistant, described the kids at Emmanuel’s World Orphanage.For four straight years, Trevecca physician assistant students have traveled to Haiti over spring break, conducting medical clinics, well-child checks and more. For the past []

Trevecca, ENC move forward with collaborative partnership

Trevecca Nazarene University will begin a unique partnership with Eastern Nazarene College (ENC) in Quincy, Mass., following votes by each institution’s board of trustees.Trevecca’s board voted last week to approve a Memorandum of Understanding that begins a formal three-year exploration of merger between the two institutions. ENC’s board gave unanimous []

Center for Social Justice plans Social Justice Awareness Week at Trevecca

More than 45 million people are currently enslaved worldwide, according to International Justice Mission.The U.S. State Department estimates that the revenue generated from human trafficking exceeds $32 billion per year, “more than Nike, Starbucks, and Google combined,” according to a factsheet on human trafficking developed by the United Nations []

An adventure with God: Lauren Daigle visits campus

Six-time Dove Award winner Lauren Daigle took time out of her busy schedule on March 16 to encourage and invest in Trevecca Nazarene University students.While on campus, the six-time Dove Award winner and Grammy-nominated artist led worship in chapel and took part in a conversation about her career, inspiration and []

Trevecca dedicates newest building on campus

Trevecca Nazarene University celebrated the completion of the Jackson Center for Music and Worship Arts on Friday with a dedication and ribbon cutting, followed by an open house.“We stand here in what is the middle of a miracle,” Dr. Dan Boone, president of Trevecca said during the dedication. “When we []

Trevecca Board of Trustees extend President Boone’s contract

 Today, the board of trustees of Trevecca Nazarene University voted unanimously to renew President Dan Boone’s contract for a four-year term. Boone was inaugurated as Trevecca’s eleventh president on Nov. 4, 2005, but joined the University in June of that year.Boone has completed three terms as Trevecca’s president, and this []

Trevecca grad seeks to enhance the lives of at-risk children

Growing up in Portland, Ore., Emerald Mitchell looked forward to the afternoons she spent at Self Enhancement, Inc.Self Enhancement, a nonprofit in the inner city neighborhood where Mitchell grew up, was dedicated to helping at-risk youth realize their full potential. Mitchell has never forgotten the values she learned there.“[Self-enhancement] really []

Trevecca to celebrate grand opening of the Jackson Center with special events

It’s been years since a new building has opened on campus, so Trevecca Nazarene University is planning to celebrate the dedication of the Jackson Center for Music and Worship Arts in style. The 25,509-square-foot building, which opened for classes in January, is the home of Trevecca’s School of Music and []

Students leave for spring break mission trip tomorrow

​Anna Cypher, a Trevecca junior, will be returning to one of the places that has impacted her the most: Monterrey, Mexico. Monterrey is the location of Back2Back, a ministry that works with orphaned children to connect them to physical, educational, and spiritual resources.Cypher first visited Monterrey during her junior year []

Trevecca Urban Farm builds garden with middle school students

For Lauren Woodson, the idea sounded fairly straightforward. Create a school garden on the south side of Nashville so her students could experience what it’s like to harvest vegetables. Lauren Woodson, a teacher for 5th-7th grade special education at Valor Collegiate Academy, originally thought of the idea when she saw other []

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