Phi Beta Kappa CEO gives Founder’s Day Commencement

On Thursday, Feb. 23, Union celebrated its 222nd year as an institution. Feb. 23 also marked 200 years for the honor society of Phi...

Nate Singer ’17 interviewed about starting original fashion line

Nate Singer ’17 has had several art exhibits in the past, including some that have been displayed on campus. Singer has recently branched out...

Monument of William Seward and Harriet Tubman set to be erected

For the past 19 years, Emeritus Professor Frank Wicks has pursued a statue of Union alumnus William Seward, class of 1820. It has been...

John Sexton to speak at Commencement

On Sunday, June 11, 2017, more than 480 students from the Class of 2017 will graduate with the words of Dr. John Sexton, Ph.D.,...

Council on Global Affairs meets with students on immigration order

Last Tuesday, Feb. 21, Dean of Diversity and Inclusion and Union’s Chief Diversity Officer Gretchel Hathaway sent an email to all Union students announcing...

College witnesses increase in students seeking admission

A record number of students have applied to join Union’s class of 2021, building upon a decade-long trend of those applying and seeking admission...

College addresses water issues in Sigma Phi Society’s house

The Geology Club recorded that the Sigma Phi Society second-floor water fountain tested 20.367 ppb (parts per billion) of lead during the Geology Department’s...

John Wold ’38 passes at 100

John Wold ’38 passed away at the age of 100 on Feb. 19, 2017 in Casper, Wyo. He was born on Aug. 31, 1916,...

Becker career center hosts Hudson Valley software company, Exago

On Tuesday, Feb. 21, Scott Epter, the Vice President of Technology at Exago came to talk to Union students in the Becker Career Center....

Karen Smith ’87 visits alma mater to talk of personal experiences

On Feb. 20, the Senior Vice President of Olympus Co. Karen Smith ’87 spoke as part of the Alumni Speaker Series. Smith took the...