It happens so abruptly. One week, campus is full of both vibrant energy moving towards graduation and the sleep-deprived stupor of finals. Come Monday, though, the “quiet season” takes staff by surprise, even though it happens every year. Students have vanished. Professors trickle in to finalize the term but are soon gone. The staff is left to carry on in a very, very quiet building.
Do us a favor and spice up our summer “quiet season.” Stop by and say hello. Visit campus for the first time. We would love to have you.
With gratefulness for you all,
Linda Kent ’81 & ‘13
Alumni Relations Coordinator
email@example.com | 425.249.4758
A hearty congratulations to the Class of 2014! On May 24 we celebrated the accomplishments of 41 graduates. Alumnus David Francis ’85 gave an inspiring and engaging commencement address, with Visual Communications major, Shannon Van Bavel, sharing a most thoughtful response. Join us in thanksgiving and prayer for these new alumni, going out into diverse vocations to be lights of service.
Trinity is excited to announce plans for a new residence hall that will begin construction in August. Footprint Investments and Trinity are partnering for this mutually beneficial project. Click here for details.
Do you know a child who would enjoy Summer Music Camp 2014? Last summer’s camp was a hit. Check this out if you have a child in your life. Click here for details.
Fall Fest 2014 is coming October 10-11. More details will be on the way, but plan to attend this opportunity to re-connect with former classmates and professors.
Also a group reunion is being planned for the classes of 1968, 1969 and 1970 for October 11-12, with the opportunity to come early and get in on some of the Fall Fest activities as well. More information for this special reunion will be mailed in the upcoming weeks.