807 Student Spotlight: Elvis Lara Stud of Sigma Phi and breakfast expert
Ananya Delzom Ananya Delzom 11 mins ago

You might know him for his ridiculously good looks, or for his constant Facebook status updates, or… Read More

Neanderthals and humans interbred?
Heather Mendiola Heather Mendiola 11 mins ago

In the April 2014 issue of the scientific journal Genetics, a new method of genome analysis led… Read More

Campus Safety develops new bike lock program to combat bike theft
Carley Perez Carley Perez 11 mins ago

Spring is here, and our days can finally be spent studying in the gardens and tossing a frisbee around West Beach. Students are looking forward to bringing their bikes out of hibernation and saying… Read More

EPA not telling the whole story
Rebekah Williams Rebekah Williams 11 mins ago

Methane levels from hydraulic fracturing are 1,000 times higher than previously believed With 1… Read More

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Build-A-Baby Workshop: Ethics of designer babies

On April 8, 2014, in Sorum House, Joni-Rae Partridge ’17, a current chemistry major, facilitated a discussion entitled, “The Ethics of Designer Babies.” The event was part of the Dinner and Discussion around Diversity, which is sponsored by the Campus …→

Senior day victory for Dutchwomen lacrosse

Union Women’s Lacrosse is currently 7-4 for their 2014 season and 5-1 in the Liberty League. On Saturday, April 12, the Dutchwomen had an exciting game against Vassar for their last home game of the season. To add to the …→

Message from ITS

On April 11, ITS sent out the following e-mail: Security researchers have discovered a vulnerability, named the Heartbleed bug, in many online encryption systems used around the world (OpenSSL encryption).  This vulnerability affects the security of servers which handle encryption …→

Disconnecting from our antisocial media

When historians analyze our time, perhaps nothing will define our generation as markedly as the advent of social media. In a little over a decade, social media has dramatically altered how we interact with each other. We are only beginning …→

New particle discovered

New particle discovered

On April 7, researchers at the Large Hadron Collider, the world’s largest particle collider, discovered a new particle, Z4430. The Large Hadron Collider (LHC), which took over 10 years to construct and which cost over $4 billion, made international headlines …→

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Coming soon to Proctor’s Theater

Looking for something to do off-campus? Look no further than Schenectady’s own Proctor’s Theater, which is hosting a plethora of events this spring. Ed Palermo Big Band Friday, April 18, at 7:30 p.m. If you like big, big bands, and the compositions …→

Caitlin McManimon '16 shows her support
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The feminist in U: Students share their perspectives

  The Women’s Union at Union led a remarkable event this past week on the importance of feminism, and the value of women in society and on Union’s campus. Led by Women’s Union President Kyra DeTone ’16, the club set …→

Emanuel Ax is performing April 17th, 8:00PM.

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Union College holds 42nd Concert Series

It’s not every day you see a performance from one of the world’s leading musicians for free. This season, Union College is bringing in a variety of different talents from all over the world to perform right at Old Chapel, …→