News and Events
Consortium is hosting “Hello Barbie Teardown Sessions,” to encourage co-curricular Making across campus
“On Location: Keene Valley and Lake George,” on display at the Kelly Adirondack Center
A team from the Union community took home "Best Smart City Solution" at a Troy Hackathon.
The adult works of famed writer Shel Silverstein will be featured in a student production.
A host of events include film screenings, musical performances, discussions and more.
Applications top 6,000 for first time
Tuesday’s poster session at the Nott to feature mini-term experiences across Cuban and Cajun landscapes.
The program places students in a foreign country where they stay with a host family and work for a local organization
In 1845, Union became the first liberal arts college to offer engineering
"I Am Redundant" on view on third floor of Old Chapel