Second annual Pizza Wars

Second annual Pizza Wars

  Last Thursday, Pizza Wars returned to Schenectady by popular demand. Several local radio stations (107.7, Q103, 104.5, and 105.7) sponsored the second annual pizza battle. The goal of the event was to determine the community’s favorite slices in four …→

Vagina Monologues canceled

Though there normally is a campus production of the Vagina Monologues every winter, the play will not be performed at Union this year. The Vagina Monologues organization requires each school performing the play to donate 10 percent of its proceeds …→

Hanaburgh says he looks forward  to promoting recycling on campus as the new VP of Sustainability.

Student Forum Exec Board members elected

News Editor Tess Koman interviewed Bob Hanaburgh ‘12 (right), the newly-elected Sustainability VP. TK: What does being the new VP of Sustainability entail? BH: Basically my main objective is to set up the Union College Green Fee Governance Committee. They’re consulted on …→

Concordy predicts: THE 2012 FORECAST

Concordy predicts: THE 2012 FORECAST

According to an ancient Mayan prediction, all life will cease to exist by December 21. Considering that the Mayans were able to predict a worldly demise but were unable to prevent their own expiration, some may find their prophecy to …→

THE MAN, THE MYSTERY: Editor investigates Eliphalet Nott Twitter account

THE MAN, THE MYSTERY: Editor investigates Eliphalet Nott Twitter account

Union’s most mysterious Tweeter has us all asking: well, if it’s Nott you, then who is it? Someone tweeting under the name @NottEliphalet has garnered 204 followers and is constantly commenting on campus events and traditions. Who else would know …→

From left to right: Brooke Donnelly ‘12, National Representative Liz Watson, PCAA President Jim Hmurovich, Katie Greenbaum ‘13 and Madison Lipton ‘12 pose at the gala.

President of Prevent Child Abuse America attends annual Gala

Last Saturday, Sigma Delta Tau hosted its annual Gala to raise money for its philanthropy Prevent Child Abuse America. The Gala was held in the College Park Hall ballroom. Over 120 students, parents, faculty members and alumni attended. Throughout the …→

Randy Cohen spoke to the Union community in Memorial Chapel on Monday and shared his experience working for The New York Times, Late Show with David Letterman, and his passions and  personal interests.

Former Times writer Randy Cohen visits Union

On Monday, Oct. 3, former New York Times writer Randy Cohen spoke at Memorial Chapel. For twelve years, Cohen was the columnist behind “The Ethicist,” a column in which Cohen would determine the ethically-sound decision in what could be considered …→

Letter from the Editor: Our Upper line lament

Letter from the Editor: Our Upper line lament

Usually, when I ask myself, “Is this real life?” I have found myself in a semi-annoying situation that really wouldn’t bother anyone else. However, when I jumped on the end of the Upper lunch line on Monday at exactly 12:50 …→

Changes to Greek life recruitment

Changes to Greek life recruitment

While last week’s Greek life recruitment proceeded seemingly as always, there were certain behind-the-scenes changes that allowed the process to be more satisfying for all of those involved. In previous years, the sororities on campus have operated by eliminating potential …→

22. Make Health Services more accessible.

There is a plethora of resources here at Union that we, as students, should take advantage of. Sometimes, we are so busy doing exactly that that we forget one of the most valuable resources we have: Health Services. They provide …→