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Russian and Eastern European Club celebrate Winter Fest

On Jan. 23, 2015, the Russian and Eastern European Club collaborated with Professor of English Anastasia Pease to host a dinner in Wold House. Pease prepared two traditional Eastern European dishes with the assistance of the students. The event revealed …→

The Garnet Society plans Founder’s Week celebrations

Look around you. Union has some of the most impressive scholars, tremendous athletes and talented artists in the country. Among these aspiring engineers, future leaders and bookworms lies the Garnet Society. This large group of students is closely associated with …→

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7 Cups of Tea provides emotional health support service

Since November, Kelsey Carroll ’15 has been trained as an active listener for 7 Cups of Tea, which is an online emotional health and well-being support service. The service uses technology to provide anonymous support for people who seek a …→

ESPN makes all the wrong calls

How many of you have ever felt personally victimized by the media? *Everybody reading this article raises hand* I can talk about how the media tries to manipulate my perception of reality by making me feel like I have to …→

Frankie Chiarulli ’17 waits for a 3D building to finish printing, while reading Sophocles.

Union professors embrace Maker Movement

Professor of Spanish and Hispanic Studies Christine Henseler and Assistant Professor of Computer Science John Rieffel co-wrote an article that has been shared on Twitter over 127 times over winter break. The article, entitled “The Maker Movement and the Humanities: …→

Dutchmen take Mayor’s Cup back from RPI

This past Saturday, the Union Men’s Hockey team ventured to the Times Union Center in Albany where they squared off against cross-town rivals RPI, in the third annual Capital District Mayor’s Cup Game. After a disappointing loss to RPI in …→

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Strange art on display in Burns Art Atrium

Artists Lori Donofrio and Michael Millspaugh display their unique sculptures in the Burns Art Atrium. There, you will find a vast collection of strange, funny, vulgar and decidedly different artworks — often all at the same time. You can visit …→