- November 17
Green Grants support rain garden, other projects
Since its launched seven years ago, grants totaling nearly $120,000 have been awarded to support 81 projects.
- November 14
College mourns Armand V. Feigenbaum '42
Feigenbaum was longtime advisor and benefactor to Union
- November 13
Doric String Quartet makes its Union debut
The London-based quartet will perform on Thursday, Nov. 20 in Memorial Chapel.
- November 13
Troupes collaborate on an evening of modern dance
Loose Change Dance Collective, founded by Union dance faculty member Laurie Zabele Cawley, joins with (Alex)andra Taylor Dance, a New York City-based company, to present Tides of Magnets, an evening of original and restaged modern dance in the Henle Dance Pavilion, Saturday at 7:30 pm.
- November 6
Union to build cogeneration plant
The natural gas-powered plant would reduce Union’s carbon footprint by as much 42 percent and move the College closer to its goal of carbon neutrality.
- October 30
Notice-Choose-Tell asks students to 'step back and think'
NCT is a web-based application designed to help students through a process of self-reflection to make more intentional, meaningful and informed choices about their Union education.
- October 16
College leaders discuss strategic plan implementation
The College’s Strategic Plan is working thanks to involvement by the entire campus community, President Stephen C. Ainlay said Tuesday to open a campus-wide discussion on implementation of the 2013 plan.
- October 15
Looking for a job? Practice, practice, practice
Becker Career Center offers mock interviews to get you ready for the real thing
- 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.