- Alumna dancer spotlight: Krystle Gallo '12
Both engineering and dance infused Gallo’s years at Union.
- Union's Dance History at a Glance
Take a quick look at Union's dance history over the years
- Back in the Game: Athletic trainers keep athletes in play
Athletic training and the related strength and conditioning programs are to athletics what, say, Health Services and Dining are to academics.
- Mending Broken Bones with Motion
Athletes or not, people snap clavicles, phalanges, femurs, ribs – you name the bone – every day. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 million fractures occur each year.
- National champs: 'thank you' to those who came before
It took 22 years, but with hockey's 7-4 win over Minnesota on April 12, Craig Ferrero '92 and his teammates finally have a national championship.
- Meet the new VP of College Relations
Terri Cerveny started the New Year with a new job, becoming Union's vice president for College Relations Jan. 1.
- Destructive deer?
Bambi's adorable. He's totally harmless, right? Maybe not.
- The identity and impact of Xers
Generation X? A lot of people just shrug, the demographic is non-descript to them, they can't think of anything defining.
- Personality may predict prejudice
People of certain character might be more inclined to prejudice.
- A Chance Meeting in Antarctica
The bottom of the world isn’t a common place to find one Union alumnus, let alone two.
- Supportive Teachers Make all the Difference
A few weeks before he came to deliver the Founders Day address, Alfred Sommer '63 sat down with his yearbook to remember his professors.
- From Union to D.C.: A career in agriculture and natural resource policy
It's not surprising that Sarah Bittleman '88 became the chief agriculture counselor to the administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
- Daughter and Dad Form Global Bond
The young humanitarian who set her sights on Africa and the father, who initially was reluctant to let her go, joined forces recently.
- Working to End Exploitation
Garment factory workers in many developing nations earn less than 4 percent of the price you’d pay for the average T-shirt. Rachael Carson ’10 wants to put an end to this exploitation.
- On the Front Lines of Education
From federal policies to layoffs to student achievement evaluations, education is a contentious issue these days.
(from the Alumni Calendar)
Marsha Therese Danzig '85 was recently featured in the Dayton Daily News. The profile focused on her new book, Fierce Joy, and her success as founder and executive director of Color Me Yoga for Children.