October / November 2011

During this holiday season, all of us at Trine University just want to tell you how thankful we are for our alumni, families and friends. Without you, this institution would not be what it is today. By giving of your time, talent and treasure, you help to make this a better place for generations of young minds. Thank you so very much.

Returning to the Place Where it all Began

Trine University's 127th annual homecoming was, for many, a time to return to the place their futures began. In the midst of the dinners, events, dedications and sporting events, people bound by a powerful, life-changing common experience reconnected. [Read More]

Alumni News

Homecoming 2011 is behind us and we look forward to the next event. McKetta takes Emeritus status on board, and find out how you can make an impact. [Read More]

Speaker Tells of Lifelong Struggle and Journey

A Burmese icon and the subject of an HBO documentary film, Myo Myint, spoke about his experiences fighting for democracy, spending 15 years as a political prisoner and resettling in the United States as a refugee on Sept. 22 at Trine University. [Read More]

University News

Trine University is growing so much we are considering an enrollment cap in the near future. Speaker series kicks off and a day of remembrance is celebrated. [Read More]

Greek Reunions in Full Swing

Greek Life is still thriving at Trine University. When fraternity brothers reunite, there is sure to be excitement, much reminiscing about the good old days, a few alumni awards, golf, dinner events, and much more. Here are a few of the highlights of this year’s fraternity reunions. [Read More]

Thunder Athletics

Thunder sports are in full gear. Find out how your favorite team is doing and get familiar with the student athlete of this Tbolt edition and more. [Read More]

Young (and Seasoned) Alum

Kris Grant, CE ’01, has worked as a project manager and structural engineer for TLF Inc. in Indianapolis since graduation. TFL specializes in structural engineering, industrial facility design and retrofit projects. [Read More]

Tbolt Trivia

Congratulations to Maurice “Bud” Cancasci, EE ’73. He was the winner of last issue’s Trivia contest.¬†Hershey Hall was constructed in 1970. In this issue, your knowledge on Thunder sports teams will be questioned. [Read More]

Be Social!

Trine University embraces and utiizes social media to connect with students, friends and alumni. Check out what networks we are on, and how you can reconnect with old classmates. [Read More]



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