Alumni Couple Celebrates 50th Birthday By Cycling Around Uganda, Raising Funds For Orphans

John (’90, ’99) and Stacy (Freeman, ’92) DeVries met and married while students at Trinity Western University. Together, they’ve gone on many missions trips around the world, but this summer they face their biggest adventure yet. Starting in June 2019, they celebrate Stacy’s 50th birthday by biking approximately 2,300 KM around Uganda in 50 days to raise money that will help 50 orphans get off the street and into school.

Alumni Presence in Anne of Green Gables: An Interview with Director Angela Konrad

This March, Trinity Western University invites alumni and community members of all ages to campus for a spectacular production of the beloved classic, Anne of Green Gables. Jonathan Fehr (’09), Community Manager at the TWU Alumni Association, sat down with director of the play, Angela Konrad, in order to conduct an interview on the upcoming production. The following is a copy of their interview.

TWU Campus Parking Updates, Rules, and Restrictions You Need To Know

Every month, we’re encouraged to see how many Trinity Western University Alumni have applied for parking passes in order to stay connected to their alma mater. Staying connected and building community is why the TWU Alumni Association decided to give out free parking passes to alumni for the last several years.

But in order to address some concerns brought up by Parking Services, there are some changes in development, as well as some new rules and restrictions you need to know if you’ve used a parking pass before.

Laughter Is The Best Medicine

When John Hollingsworth (’93) first attended Trinity Western University, he had no idea what improv was. But by the end of his fourth year, it would be a significant part of his life. Today, he tours across the country with a family-friendly improv troupe he started called The Fidgets. Through his experiences, he's come to see how laughter can bring a community together and make the world a better place.