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Dean Tuttle: Twenty Years of Service

Mikayla Mullin October 14, 2020

illustration by Ren RaderDavid Tuttle, Dean of Students, is retiring. Dean Tuttle has served as Trinity’s Dean since 1999. Needless to say, he has had many years of service at Trinity.Being Dean...

David Tuttle, vice president of Student Life and Dean of Students, trains alongside members of the 2017 Half-Marathon Challenge. Started in 2008, the challenge is in conjunction with the Kayla Mire Food Drive.

David Tuttle announces retirement

Dana Nichols September 30, 2020

photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak For David Tuttle, vice president of Student Life and Dean of Students, his time at Trinity has always felt like much more than just a job. “This is the most meaningful...

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Erin Hood to leave CELCS for new role

Noelle Barrera April 25, 2019

photo by Genevieve HumphreysErin Hood, assistant director of the Center for Experiential Learning and Success (CELCS), is leaving her position and teaching next year in a new field of study — the...

In November 1977, the Trinitonian published an article about C. Mackenzie Brown's philosophy of simplicity. file photo

Retiring faculty and staff share Trinity memories

Amber Adickes April 25, 2018

As we near the end of the spring semester, graduating seniors are closing the book that is Trinity. Many faculty and staff on campus are doing the same. The Trinitonian asked retirees about their future...

After two years of retirement, Sammye Johnson is returning in the spring to teach her Arts Criticism course. photo by Amani Canada, photo editor

Sammye Johnson returns after two years of retirement

Dominic Walsh November 15, 2017

In May 2016, Trinity said goodbye to Sammye Johnson, distinguished professor emerita of communication, as she retired after 35 years at the university. But a few lucky students will have the chance to...

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