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Spartan Athletics Spurred Alumna on to Professional Cycling Success

In 2016, Alison Jackson ('15) was named to Canada’s Rio Team as an alternate rider, a major step for an aspiring athlete in only her second year of professional riding. In 2017, Jackson represented Italian team Be Pink and rode in more Women’s Tour races than any woman in the world. But none of this would be possible if not for the influence of the Trinity Western University Spartan Athletics coaching team who encouraged her to pursue excellence.

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How One Alumnus is Truly Living the Dream

In many ways, Iain Cook (’07) was ‘living the dream’. After graduating Trinity Western with a degree in Communications, Cook eventually decided to pursue his music passion and move to Los Angeles, where he hoped to produce music for movies and television. It was going well, and he started to advance in his career. But things took a sharp turn the day he received an unexpected Facebook message from a stranger.

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The Secret Elopement—Grace for the Impulsive

Things were a lot different at the then-called Trinity Junior College campus in 1971. Back then, it was common for Christian institutions to enforce strict guidelines when it came to interactions between men and women. Trinity Junior College was no different. But it was there that Kathleen and Bob Snyder found love and chose to pursue what they knew God had given them.

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The Trinity Western University Alumni Association is an independent non-profit organization founded to help alumni, students, and TWU flourish in the marketplaces of life by fostering a Christ-centred community that generously offers their time, talents, and treasure for the benefit of all.

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