News Stories

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.

OPUS 2019—20 Years of Celebrating Christian Scholarship

April 9 was a beautiful day for the 20th Annual OPUS celebration! The College also welcomed incoming freshmen and their parents as part of  the Third Annual Admitted Students Day.

Advocacy in Action–Social Work Students Visit Springfield

The Trinity group spent the day with more than 1,000 fellow participants from around the state in educational sessions and advocacy activities as part of the annual National Association of Social Workers-IL Chapter Advocacy Day.

Trinity Students Take Advantage of Art Therapy Event

With the end of the semester quickly approaching, Trinity’s Counseling Services recently offered an art therapy event for students, with all the materials provided. 

Walker to Speak at TBN/Fusion 59 Event

Trinity is pleased to welcome Kevin Walker ’04 to campus as part of the TBN Speaker Series.The Trinity Business Network in collaboration with Fusion 59 is presenting this free year-long speaker series focused on entrepreneurship and innovation for students, alumni and friends of the College.

Diverse Learners

Trinity Launches a Diverse Learners Master’s Program for Fall 2019

This Master of Arts degree leads to an ESL (English as a Second Language) and LBS I (Learning Behavior Specialist) grade range endorsement, which can be added to graduates’ Professional Educator’s License (PEL).

LeMahieu ’20 Presents at Student Research Conference

Sarah LeMahieu ’20 recently presented her paper titled “The Aba Women’s Riots and their Causes” at the Midwest Regional Conference on Faith and History (CFH) Student Research Conference.

Medenblik Offers Chapel Meditation on Wrestling with Fear

Rev. Julius Medenblik ’82, president of Calvin Theological Seminary, told those gathered for a recent Chapel, “No matter where you are from, we have all experienced fear at one point or another.”