- September 18
Union again recognized nationally for its diversity efforts
College receives HEED Award from Insight into Diversity magazine
- September 18
College awards grants for projects to support Strategic Plan
Thirteen projects totaling $208,000 approved by Planning and Priorities Committee
- September 17
Burns art show addresses concept of grief
“On Longing,” featuring work by Frank Rapant ’07 that addresses the grieving process “from a faithless standpoint,” is on view at the Burns Art Atrium Gallery in the Visual Arts building Sept. 23-Dec. 24.
- September 15
LGBTQ exhibit being hosted at the Wikoff Student Gallery
Exhibition to run until Nov. 3
- September 11
College awarded Presidential Leadership Grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
The $150,000 grant will support an interdisciplinary program within the College's Common Curriculum
- August 28
College prepares to welcome Class of 2018
575 first-year students set to arrive soon
- July 24
College to build new residence hall for upperclass
Construction is expected to begin this fall and completed in time for the 2015-16 academic year.
- July 10
President Ainlay part of global effort to make college accessible for low-income students
He recently joined college leaders from across the country at the College For Every Student (CFES) in Essex, N.Y.
- June 26
Union professor among Jefferson medalists
Public service honor given for math projects to help needy, tax effort
- June 16
Fine art bronze works dedicated at Henle Dance Pavilion
Leslie and David Steiner donated “The Shade” and “Age of Bronze” sculptures in honor of their daughters, Courtney '12 and Rachel ’14.