Summer in paradise: Meaghan Jain’s anthropological research and fun in Fiji
Ananya Delzom Ananya Delzom 7 days ago

Meaghan Jain ’15 traveled to Fiji this summer. But this wasn’t her first time journeying to an e… Read More

 
Garnet is the new black: Fashion with Terry Tucker
Terry Tucker 7 days ago

Welcome back, and a special welcome to those of you who are new to campus. Ah, fall term, the most m… Read More

 
U-Program gambles and wins on Casino Night
Song My Hoang 7 days ago

On Friday, September 19, U-Program hosted Casino Night in Old Chapel from 10:00 p.m. to 12:30 a.… Read More

 
Football team volunteers for local group
Carina Sorrentino Carina Sorrentino 7 days ago

On Saturday, September 20, members of the Union Football team ventured to East Greenbush for the… Read More

 
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Steven Maksymowych ’18, left, and Matt Minicucci ’18 pose in a Union dorm room. The two met at first-year orientation this fall.

Fifty shades of friendship: A tale of two first-years

What is it like being a first-year at Union so far? Matt Minicucci: Mailbox? Mailed it. Bookstore? Booked it. Exams? Examined it. Classes? I am class. Steven Maksymowych: No one looks down upon you and everyone is really helpful. The …→

West must not forget Boko Haram in wake of ISIL

Most television sets tuned to stations like CNN and Fox have been flooded with videos, images and stories of the Islamic extremist group ISIL. Almost everyone who tunes into news stations has heard the names Steven Sotloff and James Foley. …→

Two Union students model cute fall fashions in Jackson’s Garden.

Garnet is the new black: Fashion with Terry Tucker

Welcome back, and a special welcome to those of you who are new to campus. Ah, fall term, the most magical time of each college year. A new season, a new outlook, a new (school) year. In our case, September …→

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Summer in paradise: Meaghan Jain’s anthropological research and fun in Fiji

Meaghan Jain ’15 traveled to Fiji this summer. But this wasn’t her first time journeying to an exotic island. She was sponsored to go to Fiji for her second time because she was a research assistant for Professor Brison in …→

Whitney Bickford ’15 goes for the ball during the game in Rochester against St. John Fisher on September 13.

Women’s soccer dominates on the field

The athletes of the Union College Women’s Soccer team have definitely started their season off on the right foot. The team currently boasts a 6-1 record, and it’s continuing to dominate on the field. An ambitious first-year class paired with …→

People’s Climate March: Not just for hippies

It sounded like a Boeing 747 careening over the midtown Manhattan skyline, and the only thought that went through my head was why the terrorists would target a bunch of hippy activists. I was nervous, I was uncertain, I wasn’t …→