Trinity’s 25th was so eagerly anticipated, it lasted two years! According to the April 1985 issue of Trinity Western World, “Trinity Western’s quarter-century actually begins with the Fall ’86 semester. But the university is planning a campaign to ensure that there will be something extra to celebrate, so it’s getting started now.”
The “TW25: Excellence for God’s Glory” Campaign booklet states that “A quarter of a century is a major milestone, an opportune time to pause and reflect on what God has done in the past and where He wants to lead in the future.”
Campaign priorities included funding for a new library and for science facilities and equipment.
Trinity Western World, April, 1985, vol. 8 no. 1. [TWU Archives: Coll. 4 B 6 File 19] [TWU Archives: F 8 B 7 File 30]
Excellence for God's Glory
TW25 brochure, ca. 1986.
[TWU Archives: F 8 B 7 File 33]
What's a Party Without Cake?
Students carrying Trinity’s “birthday cake” into the gym, February 1987.
[TWU Archives: 2001-01-0279]