News Stories

DeWeerd, Clausen Named All-Americans at NAIA National Track & Field Championships

Megan DeWeerd placed 8th in the marathon and Madelyn Clausen placed 8th in the high jump to earn All-American status.

Roose and Vander Weele Receive Emeritus Status

As part of Trinity’s commencement ceremonies on May 4, Provost Aaron Kuecker Ph.D., honored the emeritations of two faculty members: Thomas R. Roose, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics and Science Education; and Michael Vander Weele, Ph.D., Professor of English.

Annual Luncheon Recognizes Faculty and Staff

The 2019 Faculty and Staff Luncheon continued the annual tradition of honoring those who serve the College, including for milestone anniversaries.

Trinity Students Present at NCUR in Atlanta

Eight Trinity students, along with Prof. Clay Carlson, took a road trip from Palos Heights to suburban Atlanta last month to present their research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR).

The Trolls Are Competing in National Championships Next Week

The baseball team has earned a berth in NCCAA World Series and members of the women’s team Advance to the NAIA national track and field competition. 

Clausen Claims NCCAA High Jump Championship

Madelyn Clausen ’21, won with a jump of 5-05 at the NCCAA National Championships and was named All-American. Megan DeWeerd ’19 and Caleb DeWeerd ’21 also earned All-America honors

Trolls Baseball Advances to NCCAA World Series

With a double-header victory over Hannibal-LaGrange University of Hannibal, Mo., on May 11 in the NCCAA North Central Region Championship, Trinity advances to the NCCAA World Series on May 22-25 in Easley, South Carolina!

Trinity Business Major’s Team Wins 1871 EY Diversity Challenge

Mady Zula ’21 was surprised but excited when she and her team of seven students from Chicago-area colleges took first place in Ernst & Young Diversity Challenge at 1871.

Trinity Celebrates Generous Donations for Nursing Program Expansion

Thanks to the faithful generosity of two dedicated donor families, Trinity will be able to grow our nursing program facilities and enrollment for the future.