Literature and Languages Above and Beyond

New Book Highlights Culture and Recipes

From 2015 to 2019, Trinity students reflected on food and family for an in-class writing assignment. Today, the results are tangible in Tasteful Diversity: Stories Our Foods Tell (Community Publishing, $13 on Amazon), a paperback compilation of essays and recipes edited by English professor Michael Vander Weele and designed by Trinity alum Schuyler Roozeboom. Tasteful … Continue reading “New Book Highlights Culture and Recipes”

Alexis in library

Zambrano Makes the Most of Semester in Spain Program

For finance major and Spanish minor Alexis (Lexi) Zambrano ’18, her classes have taken her across the world all the way to Seville, Spain. 

Avery Kats and Megan Gjertsen

Christian Association of World Languages Emerging Scholar Winners

Each year, the Christian Association of World Languages invites undergraduate students from Christian institutions across the U.S. to apply for the Emerging Scholars award. Up to three student winners of this prestigious award receive travel grants to present their research at the annual national conference organized by CAWL.

Sharing the Stories Our Foods Tell

The fascinating stories about foods, family histories, and cultural insights that grew from a single assignment in English 103 have been collected here.

English Students Tour Chicago Neighborhoods

Groups of Trinity freshmen and visiting students from Holland Christian High school explored five Chicago neighborhoods on Tuesday, November 7.

Internship, Faith Explorations Lead Meyrick to Publish in Think Christian

Kate Meyrick ‘17 is a double major in English and music, and she recently combined her interests in an article posted on Think Christian titled “Millennials, Worship, and Hillsong: Let Hope Rise.” Read more about Meyrick’s thoughts.

voices of redemption book

Trinity English Class Assignments Lead to Publication

Students. Authors. Thanks to their experiences in Trinity’s English classes, several students and recent alumni have seen their worked developed into a blog, Getting to Know Us: Our Foods, Our Cultures, and a book, Voices of Redemption, that has recently been released in an electronic version. Read more about this achievement.

English Class Gets its Con On

If you never thought that attending an anime convention would be a requirement for an English class, then you haven’t read the syllabus for English 356: Manga and Anime. Read more about Ramencon and the Anime class.

Semester in Spain

Semester in Spain is a Spanish language immersion study abroad program of Trinity Christian College. With native professors, you will excel academically while living in the bustling and historic city of Seville.