News Stories

Peters Edits Book on J. S. Bach

In honor of his mentor, Trinity’s professor of music and department chair Mark Peters, Ph.D., has co-edited a collection of essays on J. S. Bach’s sacred vocal music, as well as contributing a chapter.

Trinity Celebrates Recent Book Publications

During a recent gathering Professor of Communication Arts Craig Mattson; B.A./M.Div. Mentor and Recruiter Jonathan Brooks; Assistant Professor of History Kyle Dieleman; and Professor of Music Mark Peters discussed their research, key insights from their books, and the process of publishing.

SPED 420 student holding bunny

SPED Students Create Curriculum for Teaching Animal Safety

Students in Trinity’s SPED 420 Critical Issues in Special Education class have been working on a project to promote safety for students with disabilities this semester. 

Trinity Alum Provides Reading of Novel in Progress

The novel in progress, by David D. De Jong ex ’73, tells a fictionalized story based on the life of De Jong’s autistic son.

Inclement Weather Update

Delayed Start Due to Inclement Weather on Monday, Nov. 26

In light of weather conditions in the larger Chicagoland area,  classes will start at 11 am, Monday, November 26, 2018.

Volleyball and Soccer Teams Appearing in National Tournaments

The women’s volleyball team will compete in the 39th Annual NAIA National Volleyball Championship and the women’s soccer team will be making their tournament appearance at the NCCAA DI Women’s Soccer National Championship.

Dieleman Presents at Conference in Netherlands

Dr. Kyle Dieleman spoke on “Education and Sabbath observance in Dutch Reformed churches” at the conference, which explored the implications of the Synod of Dordt 400 years ago.

Black Friday Sale at the Bookstore

From Wednesday, Nov. 21 to Sunday, Nov. 25, you can take 25% off your Trinity imprinted items. 

Adult Education Program Student Victoria Lantz Paints Mural in Palos Heights

Those driving down Harlem Avenue may have seen the beautiful monarch butterfly mural, by artist and Trinity adult programs student Victoria Lantz.