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NY6 fellowship advocates arts education

Mary Grace Wajda ’15, Ruwimbo Makoni ’15 and Yilun Zhang ’15 received a stipend of $500 to complete the Student Fellows Program, which provides them the opportunity to participate in the NY6 Think Tank. The program will span from Feb. …→

We want our senior projects, Union administration

Speaking from personal experience, choosing to attend Union was a huge step for me. One of the large draws that brought me to my decision to choose Union’s Mechanical Engineering Department over competitors of similar pedigree was the promise that …→

Robyn Lawley, a plus-size model? No, and saying so is dangerous for women’s and girls’ mental health

Robyn Lawley, a plus-size model? No, and saying so is dangerous for women’s and girls’ mental health

Robyn Lawley recently appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated as a fresh-faced, full-figured woman, redefining society’s idea of beauty. Lawley, a native Australian, has graced the covers of Vogue Italia and Elle France, among other highly esteemed magazines. She …→

Students who will be performing in the Dance Department’s Winter Dance Concert, “Action!” next week at Yulman Theater.

Dance Department puts on winter production ‘Action!’

Featuring music from the scores of the great major motion pictures, this year’s Winter Dance Concert — “Action!” — is designed to infuse the Yulman Theater stage with cinematic sensation. Our cast of 20 students will take you on an …→