Eagle Eye 11/16-11/20

News for the Students of Trinity Lutheran College

Happening around campus

Just Mercy Reading/Action Group

Meeting on Mondays at the Firewheel Community Coffeehouse, 2727 Colby, from 7-8:30.

All are welcome to join the group and discuss the injustices in our criminal "justice" system. Ultimately we hope to engage in some form of action for justice!

(Professor Ellingson)


Real Talk Wednesday- 6:30

Join us as we discuss about important issues of our time and how it relates to us individually and as a collective at Trinity.


T.U.B club (Trinity Unwrapping the Bible)

  • Meets every Thursday from 7:30-9:00.

It is a Bible study club focused on addressing real issues that affect our daily lives. Issues that we don't normally discuss in reference to the Bible, but issues we are searching for solutions to, through the Bible. It is a space to talk about God, Faith, Problems, and Troubles!! Come hop in the T.U.B and scrub away the fear, doubt, and struggles of everyday life!




Cross Country

Trinity Lutheran College represented well on the athletic fields this weekend! At the NCCAA National Championships in Houghton, NY, Cross Country Men placed 9th out of 18 teams and Cross Country Women placed 13th out of 21 teams. Congratulations to the team for an outstanding performance both on the course and off. We are proud of you!

Men's Result

Dejon Devroe: (32 out of 135)

Lloyd Byram: (56 out of 135)

Manuel Cintron (63 out of 135)

Cameron Siler (69 out of 135)

David Castillo (73 out of 135)

Edson Zaldivar (109 out of 135)

Women's Result

Yadira Lopez (25 out of 142 )

Sarah Manning (65 out of 142)

Chanel Ridiros (74 out of 142)

Reegan Moore (90 out of 142)

Sofiya Kirpach (97 out of 142)

Nency Cruz (127 out of 142)


On the same day, on the other side of the country, the Women's Soccer team took on Bethesda University of California in a playoff game in Redding, CA. In a hard fought battle, our Eagles came out on top, 3-1. The team will now prepare to head to Kissamee, FL on November 30 to participate in the NCCAA National tournament. Congratulations!


Thursday Nov 19, Blood Drive in the Lower Level Consider Signing up!

Did you know...

- One donation of blood has the potential to save three adult lives.

- Three teaspoons can save a baby's life.

- If 20 people donate, they could help a burn victim.

- If 50 people donate, they could provide enough blood to take care of victims of a major car accident.

Please help save a life and donate blood.

On Thursday November 19th there will be a Blood Drive in the Lower Level from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Bloodworks Northwest will be coming in to collect our donations.

My goal is to get at least 60 students and faculty to donate.

If you could forward this to those who you think might be interested in donating that would be great.

They an sign up for an appointment by following the link.



Food for Thought

Angela Lee Duckworth: The key to success? Grit
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Academic Calendar

Fall Break: October 15-16

Advising and Registration for Spring & EPIC term: October 26 - November 13

Veteran's Day: November 10&11

Thanksgiving Break: November 25-27
Final Exams: December 7-10
Semester ends: December 11
Hall Closes: December 11
Christmas Break: December 14 - January 10

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