June 2011

Class of 1961 Reunion

“It’s hard to come back the first time, but once you do, you will find joy and want to make the trip back time and time again.” Bill Warner, ′61, a mechanical engineering graduate, said “I want to talk with the class and see where their lives have taken them.” [Read More]

Alumni News

Homecoming is the weekend of Oct. 1, 2011. Read up on what activities are planned. Learn more about the Trine Fund and other ways you can give back. [Read More]

Thunder Athletics

In 2012, Zollner Golf Course will host the NCAA DIII National Women's Golf Championships. Check out our summer camps and read about some of our student athletes being recognized for their excellent work on and off the field. [Read More]

Women′s Business Forum at Trine

More than 200 area women crowded Trine University’s Fabiani Theatre May 19 for northeast Indiana’s annual Women in Business Forum, where women could network, dine, attend breakout sessions and learn about area businesses. [Read More]

Young (and Seasoned) Alum

Since graduating from Tri–State in 1999, Francisco “Cisco” Ortiz has been involved in various fields of criminal and juvenile justice, including law enforcement, social services and court systems throughout Indiana and Michigan. [Read More]

Trinesformation

Alumni are in for yet another exciting change when they return to campus. Construction crews are hard at work on Ryan Skywalk, which will connect the University Center to the Fred Zollner Athletic Stadium. It is expected to be complete by Aug. 1. [Read More]

Tbolt Trivia and Trine Travelers

Congratulations to Amy (Eaken) Barnhart, ′99, who won the drawing for the last trivia contest. The university switched from the quarter system to semesters in the fall of 1998. For this issue, your knowledge of campus buildings will be tested. [Read More]



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