News Stories

Celebrating Trinity’s Connections to Indonesia

Over the years, Trinity has been blessed to develop strong ties to Indonesia, and in a recent forum, faculty, staff, and a student shared their experiences in the Southeast Asian nation.

IPO Welcomes Guest Soloists for Nov. 17 Performance in Ozinga Chapel

The jewel in the crown of the evening’s concert is Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No. 1 performed by Bulgarian guest soloists Nadejda Tzanova, piano and Peter Makedonski, trumpet.

TANA Pledge Ensures BSN Students Will Continue to Be Ready to Make a Difference

The Trinity Nursing Alumni Association (TANA) Pledge is an endowment fund created by Marv Roelofs and his wife, Dr. Lois Roelofs, Professor of Nursing Emeritus. With the faithful support of the TANA Pledge, the benefits of a BSN from Trinity will spread even further.

McKnight Presents WorldView Lecture

McKnight, Julius R. Mantey Chair of New Testament at Trinity’s partner institution Northern Seminary, engaged in several events on campus on Nov. 7.

Marcomm Team (Amy Stickel and Pete Vega) present at the Fall 2018 ACI Conference

MarComm Team Presents at ACI Conference

Trinity’s Communications Manager Amy Stickel and Senior Graphic Designer Pete Vega discussed the award-winning redesign of the College’s beloved Troll mascot at the recent Associated Colleges of Illinois Fall Conference.

Mallory Boyce Named Lincoln Laureate

Boyce ’19 will be recognized by Gov. Bruce Rauner at the Lincoln Academy Student Laureate Convocation ceremony on Nov. 17 in Springfield, Ill.

Ready for Trollstock this Saturday?

From its earliest days when it was known as Woodstock, Trinity’s annual talent competition is always an unforgettable night of fun and friendly competition.

President Kurt Dykstra

President Kurt Dykstra Reflects on the State of Our Society and on Our Call to Faithfulness

President Kurt Dykstra shared the following reflection with the Trinity campus on October 29 following the mass shooting at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA. 

Volf Speaks on Vocation and Flourishing Human Life

Dr. Miroslav Volf discussed “Vocation and a flourishing human life” on campus and downtown Chicago as part of the College’s WorldView Series and Downtown Lecture Series.