The We Are Monthly publication is a new project we began this month. Each issue will bring awareness to the initiatives taking place within the TWU community. TWUSA’s vision for this year is to cultivate a deeper sense of belonging on campus regardless of the group you affiliate with or the background you come from. We desire for each individual to feel accepted and cherished, a valuable part of our unique community. This does not require every person to slowly adapt to the status quo, but rather seeks to disrupt the very concept of a stereotypical TWU student.

We believe that this is a vision worth fighting for. And we need you to partner with us in extending this same belonging to the people you encounter this year. Romans 12:4-5 offers a powerful reminder of this: “For just as each of us has one body with many members, and these members do not all have the same function, so in Christ we, though many, form one body, and each member belongs to all the others.” Our differences strengthen us, and allow us to operate as the body of Christ. Belonging asks of us that we learn to recognize and call out the beauty in our differences.

The We Are Monthly publication will highlight different ministries on campus, alumni that are impacting the various marketplaces of life, and upcoming events where you can get plugged in.Our desire is that the stories shared would encourage you to experience a deeper sense of belonging, and extend that same acceptance to those around you.

September 27, 2017

September 27, 2017

September 27, 2017

September 27, 2017


Mitch Hemerling: leader of the Men’s mentorship program

Cody Friesen: Camp Luther program director and TWU alumni

Madeleine Urbanowsky: Commuter Community Facilitator

Let There Be Light: Joel Friesen


Thank you to everyone who came out to watch the first Open Mic night of the year on last Tuesday night! Students enjoyed hot chocolate and cookies while listening to the stellar lineup of 12 performers sing. If you missed out, have no fear! Our next Open Mic night will be on November 30 (and word on the street is it will be Christmas themed..)! Keep your eyes peeled for more info in the coming weeks if you are interested in performing! ... See MoreSee Less

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This Preview Weekend, buy a half priced ticket to the amazing SAMC theatre show, "The Cover of Life" and win a free snack pack! The contest ends just before midnight on Sunday, so get your ticket before they're sold out! Find tickets at: ... See MoreSee Less

GIVEAWAY! Buy a half-price Preview Night ticket for SAMC Theatre Presents: The Cover of Life (Oct 24)—and be entered to win a free snack! All purchases made before 11:59 pm Sunday night will qualify...

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We are excited to share with you our October edition of We Are Monthly! It includes beautifully written articles by members of campus ministries, current students, and the founders of the Trinity Refugee Awareness Campaign and Lighthouse Voyage who each powerfully invite us into the heart behind some incredible projects and inspiring revelations. Check it out online at

Thank you to our features, Abigail Stover, Jordan Koslowsky, David Punnamannil, Ange Mukunzi, and Julia Harder for being a part of this project!
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Been thinking of an epic costume idea since last halloween? THIS is the event you want to be at. Along with a photobooth, food and drink, and loud music, there will be a HUGE dance party. We can't wait. See you there! Come in costume. ... See MoreSee Less

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October 28, 2017, 9:00pm - October 29, 2017, 2:00am

Been thinking of an epic costume idea since last halloween? THIS is the event you want to be at. Along with a photobooth, food and drink, and loud music, there will be a HUGE dance party. We can't wai...

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Open Mic Night | 9pm Atrium | This coming Tuesday the 17th. See you there! TWU's Pillar Yearbook ... See MoreSee Less

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