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Boerman-Cornell Authors Chapter on Graphic Novels

Prof. Boerman-Cornell’s chapter appears in “Pop Culture Primer,” published by “Think Christian.”

Trinity Hosting 2019 NCCAA Men’s Volleyball National Invitational

Trinity is excited to host the 2019 National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Men’s Volleyball National Invitational from January 25-26. Men’s volleyball has been approved as an invitational sport by the NCCAA Administration Committee beginning in the 2018-2019 academic year. Invitationals- where the teams are invited to participate- for the sport were previously held from … Continue reading "Trinity Hosting 2019 NCCAA Men’s Volleyball National Invitational"

Interested in Lifelong Learning? Then Check Out SALT!

If you are 55 years or older and looking for stimulating learning and discussions, come check out Trinity’s membership program SALT (Seasoned Adults Learning at Trinity)!

Alum’s Historic Home Serves as Backdrop for Teen Filmmakers

Sandra Biedron ’94 doesn’t just own an historic mansion that is lovingly cared for—the Ingersoll-Blackwelder House also recently doubled as a television set for a haunted pilot filmed by 14 teenage filmmakers.

Trinity Alums’ Designs Featured in HGTV Magazine

Coasters by Tramake, the company created by Chris Pierik ’01 and Faith Veenstra ’03, are featured in the July/August issue.

Vander Velde Scholarship Recipients Announced

The Maurice Vander Velde Junior Scholarship Award supports outstanding junior or senior students in collaborative research with a Trinity professor in their chosen disciplines.

Mayer Serving as LIBRAS Vice President

Cathy Mayer, Director of the Jennie Huizenga Memorial Library, is already working on new initiatives in her role with the consortium.

Trinity Hosts Adult Programs Enrollment Night on July 12

Interested in Trinity’s Adult Programs? You can complete the enrollment process in one evening.

Lake Katherine

Schrotenboer, Students Take Creation Work to Lake Katherine

Under the mentorship of Associate Professor of Biology Abbie Schrotenboer, Ph.D., students regularly visit Lake Katherine to conduct research and do conservation work

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