February 28, 2006
"But you, dear friends, build yourselves up in your most holy faith and pray in the Holy Spirit. Keep yourselves in God's love as you wait for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ to bring you to eternal life." Jude 1: 20-21 NIV
JOIN JEREMY CAMP IN CONCERT AT THE OZINGA CHAPEL
The Jeremy Camp Acoustic Tour comes to
FREE MUSIC CONCERTS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
The music department is featuring several concerts in
the Ozinga Chapel in the next month and all are free admission. Come to campus
TO PALOS, WITH LOVE
All alumni and friends are invited to join with students, faculty, and staff members for Trinity's annual day of community service, lovePalos, on Saturday, April 29. Participants should attend the kick-off lunch in the parking lot outside of West Hall (along Cheyenne Drive) from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. where they can sign up for volunteer activities. For more information or questions, contact Bryan Carrier, assistant dean of students, at 708.239.4705 or email@example.com.
COLLEGE SELECTS FOUNDERS' SCHOLARS
Homecoming weekend began with solemn reflection, as Rev. Doug Pruim '97, pastor of Lafayette Indiana Christian Reformed Church, spoke about dealing with the curveballs of life at chapel on Friday, February 3. Using Psalm 13 as a guide, Rev. Pruim stated that "we must begin by questioning God and then search for God's answers to life's problems." Read more and see photos on our Web site at: http://tcc.trnty.edu/new/archive/021706/homecoming.html
TAMELINGS HONORED AT PRESIDENTIAL ALUMNI DINNER
Family members and friends gathered in the Ozinga Chapel Grand Lobby for an opportunity to honor several individuals in the Trinity community at the annual Alumni Presidential Dinner Friday, February 3. President Steven Timmermans welcomed nearly 100 guests to the celebratory event. Check out the rest of the story on the Web site at: http://tcc.trnty.edu/new/archive/021706/tamelings.html
OAAU MOURNS CORETTA SCOTT KING
Members of Trinity's Organization for African-American Unity mourned the death of Coretta Scott King Friday, February 10, in a candle-light ceremony. Participants prayed, sang, and remembered the legacy of the renowned woman. For more, see our Web site at: http://tcc.trnty.edu/new/archive/021706/king.html
BUILDING AN ATMOSPHERE OF DIVERSITY
Reverend Esteban Lugo, director of race relations for
the Christian Reformed Church of North America, has a servant's heart, a deep
understanding of a non-dominant culture, and a commitment to eliminating the
causes and the effects of racism in the church and in the world. When he spoke
LPS SPONSORS TOURNAMENT FOR LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS
Mock Trial teams from four area high schools practiced
their forensic skills before a jury composed of members of Trinity's Law and
Politics Society at a tournament held on campus February 4. The competition
featured participants from Chicago Christian, Illiana Christian,
ACTING ON AIDS CHAPTER PARTICIPATES IN NATIONAL
Trinity students have joined their peers in a movement
called Acting on AIDS to combat the global AIDS pandemic. Emily Kilborn '06,
Jessica Karavas '07, and Kimberly Monsma '08, three members of Trinity's chapter
of Acting on AIDS, gathered with more than 600 students from 40 colleges at
A CALL FOR CLASSNOTES
We are currently compiling the Alumni Classnotes for the spring TRINITY magazine and we'd love to include some news about what is going on in your life! Send us an e-mail and let your classmates know what you're up to. Contact Travis Bandstra at 708.239.4854 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with photos and new information on your address, additional schooling, job, hobbies, spouse, or children. We can't wait to hear what you're doing!
NOMINATIONS FOR ALUMNI BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The alumni office is currently taking nominations for
next year's alumni board of directors. The alumni board consists of 15-18
Trinity graduates who come to campus two times each year for meetings and assist
the alumni office in serving the alumni of
Join friends of
SALT PRESENTS TWO NEW COURSES
GRANDPARENTS' DAY SCHEDULED FOR APRIL
Trinity welcomes a response from diverse candidates. Find more information about these job openings and others online at tcc.trnty.edu/jobopenings
Women's Basketball Bows Out of CCAC Tournament
The No. 3 seeded Trolls shut down in the second half of a conference tournament semi-final game against No. 2 Judson College on February 22. After trailing by only one point at the half, the team let the game get away from them in the second period for a 72-51 loss. The defeat brings the Trolls to a 17-13 overall record.
Men's Basketball Upset in First Round Of conference finals
Twice during the season the Trolls were victorious over Calumet College of St. Joseph (Indiana), but that was not the case for the third time around last Tuesday. Unfortunately this one that counted the most as it was a quarter-final game of the conference tournament. The No.4 Trolls were defeated 59-55 by the No. 5 Crimson Wave, thus ending their season with a 13-17 overall record.
Track and Field Competes in Chicagoland Championships
The Chicagoland Championships was divided into a two day
event on February 17-18 in which the women competed on Friday night at
To read more about this year's athletics teams, visit the Trolls online at tcc.trnty.edu/athletics
SAVE THE DATE
March 2 - Photographer Matt Siber, Slide Lecture, HSC 014, 6 p.m.
March 8 - Jeremy Camp in concert, 7 p.m., tickets required
March 9 - Spring Instrumental Concert, 7:30 p.m.
March 10 - Blues Fest, 7:30 p.m.
March 11 - Gospel Fest, 7 p.m.
April 19 - Grandparent's Day
April 29 - lovePalos
June 3 - Alumni Golf Outing, 2 p.m. shotgun, George Dunne National Golf Course
For more information on upcoming events, please see our Web site at: tcc.trnty.edu/new
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