News Stories

Celebrate the Arts this Weekend At Trinity

This year’s theme is “Imagine the World Otherwise.” The program features performances by the Trinity Christian College Gospel Choir, Trinity Theatre, Trinity Music Department Faculty, and excerpts from Ballet 5:8’s Four Seasons of the Soul.

Music and Nature Meet at IPO Concert on Feb. 9

The Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra presents Aurora Triptych as a part of The World Beyond: Where Music and Nature Meet program conducted by Stilian Kirov and presented with KV 265, Trinity Christian College, The Elizabeth Morse Charitable Fund, and Homewood Science Center. 

Delayed Start – Mon Jan 28, 2019

Due to the current and overnight weather conditions, Trinity will start classes at 11am today (meaning that 11am classes are the first ones to meet and that the schedule, from that point forward, will proceed as usual).

Hesslau & Iwema Serve as Entrepreneurs in Residence at Fusion 59

To help leverage and enhance the vision of Fusion 59, Ryan Hesslau ’18 and Tom Iwema ’18 are serving as Entrepreneurs in Residence (EIR).

Classes Cancelled

Classes Cancelled – Jan 22, 2019

Today, Jan 22, 2019, all evening classes at Trinity Christian College are cancelled due to weather. As of now, the men’s volleyball game is still scheduled to play as planned. Please check back for updates.

KPMG Partner Ten Pas ’98 Offers Advice to Accounting Students

Kyle Ten Pas ’98, partner at KPMG, recently offered valuable advice and insights to accounting students in Assistant Professor of Accountancy Mike Chitavi’s classes during a recent videoconference.

Celebrating the Life and Dreams of Martin Luther King Jr.

To celebrate the life of Martin Luther King, Jr., the Black Student Union welcomed the Trinity community to Ozinga Chapel Auditorium for our annual ceremony commemorating the life and legacy of the great civil rights leader.

Nelesen’s Design Selected as Chicago Research Summit Logo

The new organization, of which Trinity is a founding member, has chosen a logo designed by Mariah Nelesen ’20, a graphic design and Spanish double major.

craig mattson profile

NPR Highlights Dr. Mattson’s Podcast on Social Entrepreneurship

The podcast featuring Professor of Communication Arts Craig Mattson, Ph.D., is part of “The Academic Minute” series. In it, Mattson discusses the messaging behind social entrepreneurship companies such as TOMS and Warby Parker.