Community leadership earns student club Environmental Hero Award.
Exploring Religion, Culture, and Conflict.
Marriage & Family Therapy program launched.
New tenants set up shop in Lower Caf.
Jamaican alum Che Cowan returns for MA in Leadership studies.
Mike, Adam, and Aaron Teeter biked across Canada in honour of their father, Steve, who died from ALS at age 37.
Accelerated adult degree-completion programs available in Washington state
Entrepreniurial approach brought to MBA studies.
Endangered snail finds refuge on TWU campus
Art prof finds unique niche in mask making
Conference illuminates how the arts (music, visual art, film, theatre, dance, etc.) impact community.
Theatre at TWU newly renovates space into a flexible black box-style theatre.
Music major creates theme song for the 2008 Saskatchewan Summer Games.
TWU singers joined the Vancouver Chamber Choir and CBC Radio Orchestra.
Student consortium releases first video game.
TWU alumni team up for water sustainability.
A letter from Dave Swan, Director of Alumni Relations.
Alumni survey generates positive response.
Alum Ryan Walter takes leadership to the ice this fall with the Vancouver Canucks.
Canadian human rights courts raise concern for religious expression.
Colleen Klatt rides the Ben Farrant Memorial Ride in memory of her brother.
How spirituality plays a vital role in today’s healthcare system.
TWU launches several programs including a Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Nursing.
Learn more about the research in which TWU professors are engaged.
A will, a magazine, and an unusual request make for an uncommon introduction and result in a lasting legacy.
New approaches to university partnerships.
TWU has fully achieved its 2007-08 goal of $2.2 million for the Trinity Western Fund.
A free weekend community celebration at TWU featuring an array of family entertainment.
Governor General Award Winner, Alixandra Funk, has TWU in her blood.
In the fall of 1963, Leland Asa, dean of students, ordered new gold and brown uniforms for Trinity Junior College.
Peter Reek, TWUSA president (‘89) laughs as he recalls the creation of TWU’s first mascot.