March 7, 2012

Lord Monckton addresses the issue of global warming in an event sponsored by CFACT and the College Republicans on Monday, March 5.

Lord Monckton’s Schenectady showdown

Traveling with Lord Monckton on the East Coast leg of his current whistle-stop tour of the US and Canada, I was looking forward to documenting the Schenectady showdown. I have had the pleasure of listening to His Lordship at previous campus events. He is at his best when confronted by a hostile audience.

Department Chair and Professor of Geology Donald Rodbell asks Lord Christopher Monckton a question at the event on the "other side" of global warming.

A lord’s opinion can’t compete with scientific truth

As Earth scientists, we were torn. The College Republicans and the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) were hosting Lord Monckton, a globally recognized climate skeptic, on Mon., March 5, and we were not quite sure how to respond. Frankly, …→

Dutch Pipers win the gold at the 2nd annual Thruway

Dutch Pipers reign at 2nd annual Thruway

After SUNY New Paltz’s Absolut a Cappella won last year’s Thruway A Capella: A Sing Off at Proctors GE Theater, Union College’s a Capella groups had another shot at the title but on Saturday, March 3rd in which the Dutch …→

Lord Christopher Monckton looks on at a slide of Al Gore. Lord Monckton is a leading climate skeptic who opposes Gore's views.

Monckton’s visit shows partisanship over civility

Anyone who knows me knows that I am far from “far-right.” Since reinvigorating the Union College Republicans in May 2011, we have tip-toed around campus trying to ensure that we create few controversies. Our philosophy has always been to express …→

Lord Christopher Monckton discusses global warming

Lord Monckton fuels global warming debate

On Monday evening, Lord Christopher Monckton came to Union to show the campus community the “other side” of global warming in a speech and discussion event co-hosted by the Union College Republicans and the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT). …→

Looking Back: A Letter to the Editor on PSI U from 2001

This letter was written by James Glidden ’72 in 2001 in response to a decision to remove certain fraternities from their houses and to instate the Minerva system. In support of a recent letter written by Bill Copeland ’77, Glidden has resubmitted the letter for publication by the Concordiensis.