Rogers to compete in local choreography showcase
Avery Novitch 1 week ago

Assistant head of the Department of Dance Marcus Rogers will have his choreography featured in a loc… Read More

 
Color Me Rad: One student’s 5K experience
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Considering that I had never run a 5K before, I was pretty nervous before running my first one, the… Read More

 
Campus Kitchens and Campus Action team up to discuss hunger in America
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On Tuesday, Oct. 7, Campus Kitchens and Campus Action teamed up to host a screening of the film “A P… Read More

 
Minerva Houses ‘Fall For Schenectady’
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Every fall, all of the Minerva Houses host a joint event. Embracing the camaraderie of the Union com… Read More

 
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Bradley Brown ’18 Anvit Kalra-Lall ‘18 with food from the Minerva event.

Minerva Houses ‘Fall For Schenectady’

Every fall, all of the Minerva Houses host a joint event. Embracing the camaraderie of the Union community, all the Minervas came together last week to organize the annual event, Fall for Schenectady. Fall for Schenectady, also known as “A …→

What being ‘independent’ at Union really means

I agree with Shannon Hughes — after being asked for my name, “Which sorority are you in?” is often the first question that I am asked when I meet someone new at this school. She’s right; it happens a lot, …→

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Union organizations participate in walk against hazing and bullying

On Wednesday, Oct. 8, members of sports teams, Greek organizations and various other groups on campus turned out for Take A Stand, A Walk Against Hazing and Bullying, hosted by Sigma Delta Tau. The walk, beginning at the Nott Memorial, …→

MakerBot CEO makes stop at Union

On Monday, Oct. 6, CEO of MakerBot Industries Jennifer Lawton ’85 came to campus. Based in Brooklyn, Lawton’s company is on the cutting edge of 3D printing. 3D printing, which has provided unprecedented ease in prototype-production for companies small and …→

John F. Kennedy addresses a crowd at Rice University on September 12, 1962

#ThrowbackThursday: JFK’s assassination

Had you have gone to Union 51 years ago during the chilling days of November, you would have been in the middle of a national crisis and somber historical episode. If you had a television within your grasp on Nov. …→

Sebastien Gingras ’16, Union Men’s Ice Hockey #24, skates down home ice. Gingras scored a goal on Saturday, Oct. 11, against the UNH Wildcats in the 2nd period. The Dutchmen are away this weekend, facing Maine on Maine’s ice, and return to Union next weekend for two Homecoming Weekend games against St. Cloud State.

Men’s ice hockey starts regular season undefeated

The #5-ranked Union Men’s Hockey Team opened their season with back-to-back wins over American International and #15-ranked New Hampshire last weekend. Prior to the game on Friday night, students, faculty, alumni and local fans gathered at Messa Rink to celebrate …→

Searchers look for mass graves in Iguala, Mexico, where 43 students were abducted by police with known affiliations to the Guerreros Unidos drug cartel.

Student deaths in Mexico linked to police, cartels

On Sept. 26, local police officers in Iguala, Mexico, opened fire on three buses containing a large group of students from the rural and impoverished Raúl Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers College of Ayotzinapa. Six students died, while approximately 23 suffered …→

Members of ISIS, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, hoist guns above their heads. Students and professors discussed ISIS’s movement on Oct. 6.

Campus Action hosts discussion on ISIS

On Oct. 6, students crowded into Wold House for a discussion on the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, commonly known as ISIS. Professors Feffer, Lobe and Motahar led the discussion. The event began with each professor weighing in on …→