Dutchmen fall to Engineers but look for win this weekend
Katie Adams 1 month ago

The Union Men’s Hockey team took the ice against rivals RPI in a two-game series last weekend. Unfor… Read More

 
Student Spotlight: Andrew Cassarino — history lover, learner and story teller
Samantha St. Marie 1 month ago

Andrew Cassarino ’18, is putting his stamp on Union in a historic way. Cassarino is the writer behin… Read More

 
After execution of Jabbari, Iran continues to move backward
Katie Barner Katie Barner 1 month ago

Human rights groups across the world are condemning the state of Iran for its execution of Reyhaneh… Read More

 
Antares rocket crashes moments after launch
Heather Mendiola 1 month ago

On Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 6:22 p.m. EDT, the unmanned commercial rocket Antares exploded seconds after… Read More

 
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After execution of Jabbari, Iran continues to move backward

After execution of Jabbari, Iran continues to move backward

Human rights groups across the world are condemning the state of Iran for its execution of Reyhaneh Jabbari, a 26-year-old woman who killed a doctor who tried to rape her. Despite international condemnation and efforts from Western human rights groups, …→

Planes, trains and automobiles: A student travels through Europe

I’m currently on a plane going from Basel, Switzerland, to London, England, for a layover back to France. Below me, the Rhine River winds by misty hillsides in this region where the German, Swiss and French borders meet. It’s the …→

Union supports Shabbat 150

Union supports Shabbat 150

On Friday, Nov. 31, 2014 approximately 150 members the Union community gathered at 5:30 p.m. in Hale House to celebrate Shabbat. Organizations including Chabad, U for Israel, Union Hillel, Alpha Epsilon Pi and Zeta Beta Tau collaborated to sponsor the …→

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Kimmel gives talk on gender, masculinity in America

The Sociology and Women’s and Gender Studies Departments, motivated by the enthusiasm of Sandya Sainvil ’15, a senior thesis student, were able to bring Kimmel to Union to give this talk. To open his discussion, Kimmel addressed common perceptions of …→

Red Cross Club spreads holiday cheer

The Red Cross Club hosted one of their first, and largest, events, “Holiday Mail for Heroes,” on Wednesday, Oct. 29, in Reamer Campus Center. The event aimed to encourage students and staff alike to make holiday cards for Armed Forces …→

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A locally spent dollar gains timeless value

I’ll admit it: Sometimes I shop on Tobi. I could spend (and have spent) hours walking around Target just to pick up a cart-full of foot scrubs, scented markers and other useless items that I don’t need. And when I …→