News Stories

Trinity Reveals Updated Troll Mascot new logo

Honoring Athletics Night Award Winners

Trinity athletes, along with a contingent of the student body, gathered in the DeVos Athletics Center on April 25 for the annual Awards Night.

Healthy Troll Challenge Launches on Campus

Exercise Science Club, a group of exercise science majors, launched challenge with hopes to help create healthier lives for fellow classmates, faculty, and staff at Trinity.

Wolff Named Professor of the Year

Associate Professor of Psychology and Department Chair Kara E. Wolff, Ph.D., has been named Trinity’s 2019-20 Professor of the Year.

Ritsema Will Serve as Spring 2019 Commencement Speaker

Dr. Christina Ritsema, Ph.D., professor at Colorado State University, will deliver the commencement address at the College’s graduation ceremony, which will take place on Saturday, May 4 at 10 am.

Ozinga Scholarships Support Nursing Students

After Hilda Ozinga’s husband Norman passed away, she decided to create a scholarship as a lasting remembrance of him. “I’m really proud of this nursing scholarship,” she said.

Trolls Sports Camps Kick Off Another Summer Season

From beginning basketball players to high-school level softball pitchers, Trinity Summer Sports Camps have something for athletes of all types and experience levels! Camps are led by the College’s coaching staff.

Trinity Welcomes 2019 Calvin Studies Society Colloquium

With topics ranging from “Calvin and Old Testament Metaphors” to “Who were the Israelites in the Netherlandish Reformation?” as well as a banquet, organ recital, and much more, Trinity recently hosted the Calvin Studies Society Colloquium.

CSO Concertmaster Will Join IPO for All-Mozart Concert

As part of its Mozart celebration, “From Wit to Wonder,” the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra welcomes Robert Chen, acclaimed violinist and Concertmaster of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

Walker ’05 Discusses Calling at TBN Event

Everyone has a calling from God. “You have to recognize what that calling is and how you can impact the world for Christ,” Kevin Walker ’05 told the audience at a TBN Speaker Series event on April 10.