WorldView 2010 – Mondays in Oct. at 7pm

Experience the world through film, word, and music this October at Trinity. Each Monday evening at 7 p.m., the College’s WorldView series will teach, inspire, and enlighten hundreds with these events:


altOctober 4 – Tom Key, “C.S. Lewis on Stage”

Tom Key is the producing artistic director of Theatrical Outfit, Atlanta’s fastest growing professional theatre company. “C.S. Lewis on Stage” captures the personality and fiction of the author of The Chronicles of Narnia, and The Screwtape Letters.   

Location:  Marg Kallemeyn Theatre (located in the Art and Communication Center)

Event Follow-up:   Fans of C.S. Lewis Enjoy the One-Man Play at WorldView

 Clarence Page

October 11 – Clarence Page, “Politics 2010: Holding on to Hope in an Age of Change”


Clarence Page is a Pulitzer Prize winner, columnist, and long-time member of Chicago Tribune’s editorial board. He is a biweekly commentator on “Sunday Morning Edition” on National Public Radio and a frequent guest on national news programs, including ABC’s “Nightline” and “Good Morning America,” NBC’s “Today,” and CNN.  

Location: Ozinga Chapel Grand Lobby.

Event Follow-up:  Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Speaks at Trinity–Photogallery



JitnerOctober 18 – Barbara Martinez Jitner, filmmaker and human rights activist

Barbara Martinez Jitner posed as a factory worker on the U.S./Mexico border in order to uncover a dark world of grueling poverty and sexual abuse that leads to murder. The film Bordertown, starring Jennifer Lopez, was inspired by Martinez Jitner’s critically acclaimed documentary, “La Frontera.” Martinez Jitner is one of the first Latina executive producers of a primetime network television series, the Emmy-nominated “American Family.”

Location: Ozinga Chapel Grand Lobby.


Event Follow-up:  Filmmaker and Activist Raises Awareness on Campus–Photogallery



Michael CardOctober 25 – Michael Card, singer songwriter author

Michael Card has recorded over 23 albums, has authored or co-authored over 19 books, and has written such favorites as “El Shaddai,” “Love Crucified Arose,” and “Emmanuel.” He has sold more than four million albums and has written over 19 #1 hits.

Location: Ozinga Chapel Auditorium


Event Follow-up:  Michael Card Performs “El Shaddai” at WorldView—Photogallery




Admission is free, and all events are open to the public.