News for the Students of Trinity Lutheran College
This Week at Trinity
Spirit Week: Participate in Spirit Week by dressing up according to the theme of the day.
- Monday: Dress up as your favorite movie character
- Tuesday: Tie Dye
- Wednesday: Pajama Day
- Thursday: Blue and Gold Spirit Day
- Friday: Fancy Friday
- Saturday: Wear Blue and Gold to the Women's Soccer game
Eagle Landing 2015 Homecoming Dance: Friday, 9/25, 8- 11 p.m. Brammer
This is a semi-formal/formal attire event. Vote for Homecoming Candidates in the Commons at the Ballot Box by Thursday 9/24.
Flag Football Info Meeting: Wednesday, 9/23 during lunch at the Commons
- ALPFA is hosting Erik Richerson on 9/22 at 7 pm in Brammer. Mr. Rickerson is running for Everett City Council this fall. He will be sharing about city council and what they do and why students should care about what they do. He will also talk about what it is like search for a job after college as well as starting your own business.
- "Just Mercy" Book Group: Read this powerful book and be inspired to action through the Equal Justice Initiative. Discussions will take place Monday nights (starting 9/21), from 7 - 8:30pm at Firewheel Community Coffeehouse (2727 Colby Ave). For more information, contact Dave Ellingson.
Tuesday Chapel 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm
- Saturday from 1 pm at Lincoln Field: Women's Soccer vs North Idaho College
- Sept. 14 Women's Soccer at Lacey, WA against St. Martin's University: Loss 4-0
- Sept. 16 Men's Soccer at Newburg, OR against George Fox University: Loss 4-0
- Sept. 19 Sundodger Invitational Cross Country Meet
- Women's team: 23rd out of 26
Eye to the Future
Everyone has something great to contribute to this world. Join this interactive session to discover how to tell our own compelling story and impact our world.
Ask the Governor: Tuesday, 11/10, University of Washington
Do you have any burning questions you'd like to be answered by the Governor?
Trinity students have been invited (by the producer, Doug Tolmie) to be a part of this forum for college students to interact with Governor Inslee. Space is limited. This will be an event that you will need to make a reservation for. More info to come.
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