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Join Us for Christmastide on Dec. 7

Trinity’s Music Department invites the community to attend the 18th Annual Christmastide program on Saturday, December 7 at 4 pm in the Ozinga Chapel.

National Changes Will Impact Year-End Planned Giving

For those who are utilizing planned giving approaches, or are considering it, there have been several significant changes that will impact IRA charitable rollover giving and charitable gift annuities that will take effect by Dec. 31.

Trolls Wrap Up Fall Sports Season with NAIA Appearances

Women’s volleyball, women’s soccer, and men’s cross country concluded their seasons over the weekend with competitions in the NAIA Nationals.

Trinity’s PERK Program Testing Alum’s App

Students and professors in Trinity’s Physical Education, Recreation, and Kinesiology (PERK) Department are working with Trinity alumnus Ryan Hesslau ‘18 to be the first college to pilot an app his company recently developed, The Waves App.

Escalante Named Trinity’s 2019 Lincoln Laureate

Trinity is pleased to announce that Indira Escalante ’20 has been named Trinity’s Lincoln Laureate. Escalante was honored at the Lincoln Academy Student Laureate Convocation Ceremony on Nov. 16 in Springfield, Ill.

Women’s Soccer and Volleyball Qualify for NAIA Nationals

The Trinity women’s soccer and volleyball teams secured bids to NAIA Nationals and are competing in opening round competition this weekend. Andrew Dobrescu will also race in the NAIA National Championship Cross Country Meet on Friday. Go, Trolls!

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Pres. Dykstra Talks About “The Common Good”

The value of Christian higher education, the impact of student debt, the ESPN effect—Pres. Kurt Dykstra talks about all this, and much more, on the radio show “The Common Good” on Nov. 13.

Trinity Launches Center for Teaching and the Good Life

The mission of the Center for Teaching and the Good Life is to deepen Trinity’s capacity to help all students discover and articulate the joy of their vocation in ways that include and extend beyond career and work.

Mattson Discusses Money and Meaning in SOCAP Panel

Dr. Craig Mattson, Professor of Communication Arts, recently took part in the SOCAP 2019 conference in San Francisco as part of a panel discussion on “The intersection of money and meaning.” 

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