Trinity yearbooks added to the online archive
Trinity CommunicationsJuly 10, 2017
The Trinity Yearbooks collection—made possible by donations from Trinity faculty—offers users access to the annual class publications of Trinity International University and its predecessors. Consisting of the Fireside, the Compass, and the Trinitarian, these works display the growth and development of the colleges created by the Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA) and its antecedents.
The yearbooks display the progress of Trinity from two small academies to a full-fledged university with a divinity school, college, graduate school, law school, sites across the United States and partnerships with Christian colleges and universities around the world. This development is also seen from a distinctly student perspective: students put together these yearbooks, took photographs, wrote essays, songs, poems, and more—about their education, their classmates, and their own growth as adults.
It currently covers the years from 1931–1964.