Once considered separate realms, there has been a reawakening of interest in a dialogue between theology and the arts, according to Professor of Music Mark Peters, Ph.D., in his recent review of Jeremy S. Begbie’s latest book.
Monday was a great day for the 33rd Annual Trinity Athletics Club (TAC) Golf Classic! The event, which took place at Crystal Tree Country Club in Orland Park, Ill., raised just under $85,000 for athletic scholarships.
Jonathan Brooks didn’t expect to work at a college, become a preacher, or move back to his old neighborhood of Englewood on Chicago’s South Side. In the latest issue of Trinity Magazine, he talks about his journey that led him to where he is now.
Single season tickets for the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra, in residence at Trinity’s Ozinga Chapel Auditorium, are now available. Highlights of the 2019-20 season include Gershwin, Mahler, Williams, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, and more!
Trinity is proud to announce that 83% of master’s degree graduates taking the Behavior Analyst Certification Board exam for the first time have passed, nearly 20% higher than the average rate among other colleges and universities.
For Josh Lenarz ’98, Trinity’s head women’s soccer coach, soccer is the vehicle that enables him as a coach to build meaningful relationships and experiences for Trinity’s athletes, which is his real passion.