Summer in Schenectady: Cooking in Messa

Summer in Schenectady: Cooking in Messa

With open minds, empty stomachs, and some serious free time to burn over the summer, the Concordiensis set out onto uncharted territory: to prepare the elusive and long-sought ‘home-cooked meal.’

Silent sufferer shares her story: Ewodaghe Harrell ’10 speaks out for Lupus Awareness Month

Silent sufferer shares her story: Ewodaghe Harrell ’10 speaks out for Lupus Awareness Month

Ewodaghe Harrell is in a hospital bed in Paris. It is barely 5 a.m. The phone call that connects us is unsolicited, intrusive; I had dialed the numbers nervously, afraid of bothering a girl whose focus is, rightly, on other …→

‘I’m motivated more than ever to spread the word’

‘I’m motivated more than ever to spread the word’

One month ago, recent graduate Ewodaghe Harrell ’10 fell ill with severe complications from lupus. She is currently being treated in a hospital in Paris, France. Harrell graduated last year with an interdepartmental major in political science and Chinese. While …→

Volunteers are in the process of reorganizing the library's 15,000 volumes in preparation for the handover to Union's Schaffer Library in the fall. It is unclear if volunteers will continue to work there after Union takes over.

‘A place to call our own’: Union announces plans to acquire Adirondack properties

On Monday, President Stephen Ainlay announced plans to purchase the Center for the Forest Preserve using a contribution from an anonymous donor.

On Monday, April 25, President Stephen Ainlay announced Union's plans to purchase the Center for the Forest Preserve, located at 897 St. David's Lane in Niskayuna.

Beyond the Adirondacks: Union’s newest acquisition

On Monday, April 25, President Stephen Ainlay announced Union’s plans to purchase the Center for the Forest Preserve, located at 897 St. David’s Lane in Niskayuna.

Looking Back: Concordy through the ages

It is easy to get caught up in the everyday dramas of college life, and to forget the thousands of students who roamed Union’s historic campus long before us. This week, we look back on what Dutchmen were up to …→

This cartoon appeared in the Feb. 25, 1999 issue of the Concordiensis.

Looking back: Concordy through the ages

Dear readers, Love is blind. When one joins a college club or organization, he often does not know its history—the ups and downs, the forgotten dramas, the hours of unpaid dedication. We personally have spent untold hours in our dimly …→

Gawkers in Shanghai

My roommate doesn’t mind it. “It’s mostly funny, if anything,” she says. We are standing at the corner of Guo Shun and Huang Xing, waiting to cross the street to the supermarket. In the thirty seconds we’ve been here, half …→

A Letter from Your Editors: Dear readers of the Concordiensis

Suddenly, the summer is over, and it’s back to business. Bros have ditched their beachwear for economics textbooks; first-years are awkwardly trying to figure out how to open their mailboxes; and everyone is getting back into the spring—or rather, fall—of …→