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Spring 2021 Day of Prayer

  TIU DAY OF PRAYER AND WORSHIP “[I]f my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” (2 Chron. 7:14) “I am the vine; you […]

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Despite COVID, International Students Retain On-Campus Jobs

Despite the pandemic, international students on Trinity’s campus have found their employment needs met through a variety of on-campus jobs. Creative Dining and Rolfing are the two main hubs on campus for these students, as well as Facilities and the Thrive Center. Both employers and employees say they have been blessed by the arrangement. Fresh […]

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Celebrating Black History Month at Trinity

Throughout the month of February, Trinity will celebrate Black History Month by holding various events in partnership with our Black Student Union (BSU). “We’ve been planning for Black History Month for a while, and we’re excited to share this part of our heritage and culture through both historical and humorous events on campus,” said Breleigh Gula, […]

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Remembering Professor Samir Massouh

The Trinity International University community was saddened today to learn of the death of retired professor Samir Massouh. Professor Massouh served as Associate Professor of Old Testament at Trinity College for 28 years. Professor Massouh was a graduate of California State University (BA) and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (MA, MDiv). Before teaching at Trinity College, […]

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Diary of a Quarantine Kid

Written by Trinity Digest Staff Writer Celina Turman DAY 1 | Monday 10/19 Today started off as any other week. Classes as normal, simple as that. Then the text came in around 10 a.m. Someone at my workplace tested positive and I would have to quarantine. My suitemate, Jordyn Adams, walked in around that time. […]

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Thanksmas during a time of COVID

Thanksmas brought Christmas cheer and Thanksgiving gratitude to students during the week leading up to Thanksgiving, November 16-20. Thanksmas week was Trinity’s way of helping students celebrate the holidays before they head home for the rest of the semester. The combination of two great holidays allowed for equally cheerful and thankful celebrations among friends. Each […]

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Trinity College Spring Registration

Trinity College registration opened November 16, and students who have advised with their faculty advisor and have addressed all account holds are encouraged to register for spring 2021 classes as soon as possible to ensure the best selection. Most spring classes will be offered face to face, with masks and social distancing as observed in […]

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Family Groups Bring Community in a Challenging Time

Trinity students continue to build community in a COVID-19 friendly way with Family Groups this semester. Family Groups are working in place of the traditional chapel experience but keep the goal of a Christ-centered community in focus while adjusting to COVID-19 regulations. Students meet once a week with the group of their choice at the […]

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Alumnus Completes Cross Run for TIU COVID-19 Relief Fundraiser

On Sunday, November 1, alumnus Joshua Michaelis set out to run 36+ miles to Trinity’s campus to raise money for our COVID-19 Relief Fund. Because Michaelis cherished his time at Trinity, he wanted to give back to the community that fostered his development academically, physically, and spiritually. Michaelis was inspired by his faith and the […]

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Trinity Undergraduate student published before graduation

Senior Celina Turman has wanted to be a writer since she read her first story to her first-grade class. She received applause and acclaim for her creative work then and college hasn’t changed that response for Turman. She is now in the process of getting her short story, “Dying Innocence” published. Meant to be a […]

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