April 21, 2011

Leaman goes to Providence, Bennett new Head Coach

Leaman goes to Providence, Bennett new Head Coach

It was announced today at Messa Rink that Union head hockey coach Nate Leaman, who just recently received the 2011 Spencer Penrose Award college hockey’s top Division I Coach of the Year, will be leaving the program to take the …→

Delta Delta Delta sisters show their support for Planned Parenthood.

LaGere speaks out on the ‘fight’ for women’s health

On Thursday April 14, Golub House and Delta Delta Delta co-hosted a Dinner and Discussion event with local Planned Parenthood representative Beth LaGere who is in charge of legislative, lobbying and outreach needs in the 13 offices of the Mohawk …→

Union students enjoy dinner with their overnight accepted students in College Park Hall.

Union looks ahead to class of 2015

Accepted students for the class of 2015 have until May 1 to commit to joining the Union community.   According to Vice President for Admissions, Matt Malatesta, Union anticipates a class of about 575 students, 230 of which have already …→

Shelly Shinebarger and her daughter Kristen sit in the skybox as the students defeat the faculty team.

Hoops for help: Students score for Kristen Shinebarger

This past Wednesday, April 13, faculty and students turned out to participate in the second annual Hoops for Help event at Viniar Center to support the Shinebarger family. Eight-year-old Kristen Shinebarger, daughter of Union’s Director of Student Support Services, Shelly …→

Postcards from abroad

Postcards from abroad

Rachel Baker ’12 writes to the Concordiensis from Washington, DC: The Washington Term is a very unique term abroad. Here we work 30 or more hours a week at various organizations throughout the city, and have classes about US foreign policy and the history of the city itself.

Heather Fraser ‘13 runs after the ball in the Dutchwomen’s victory.

Another thriller for Lady Dutch

The Dutchwomen apparently know just as well as Rebecca Black that you “gotta get down on Friday.” They were coming off of a split on the North Country portion of their Liberty League schedule against Clarkson and St. Lawrence. Therefore, …→

Matthew Goodnow '11 ready to return a shot during a match last week.

Successful weekend for Union

  The Union College Men’s Tennis team defeated Division II LeMoyne on Saturday by the score of 7-2. The Dutchmen were victorious at first, second, third, fourth, and fifth singles, and also came away with victories at second and third …→

GoT promises to impress book fans

HBO’s Game of Thrones is easily the most anticipated, heavily-publicized television series of the year. Thrones is HBO’s first foray into fantasy, with channel reps dubbing it “The Sopranos in Middle Earth.” As a massive fan of the books, I …→

What’s in Wold?

What’s in Wold?

Your guide to all the new labs and equipment in Wold ←Renewable Energy Wold provides laboratory space for the Mechanical Engineering department’s renewable energy program to design and assemble renewable energy systems ranging from wind turbines to photovoltaic solar panels. …→

Students gardening in Octopus's Garden.

Octopus’s Garden in the shade

Octopus’s Garden was created in 2007 as collaboration between members of Ozone House and faculty and staff members who wanted an organic garden on campus. Ozone members Olivier Bouchard ‘07 and Nathali Neal ‘07 were of particular importance to this movement.  …→