News for Students

November 12

Civil War glossary posted online

In recognition of the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War and the Lincoln assassination, the College’s Notables Committee mounted an exhibition titled “Profound and Poignant: Union College Connections to the Civil War Era”

November 6

First Feigenbaum Forum fills the Nott

Howard Gardner, an internationally-renowned psychologist who developed the theory of multiple intelligences that revolutionized how educators teach their students, was the featured speaker

October 29

Take a seat in "The Dining Room"

The Department of Theater and Dance presents “The Dining Room,” a comedy of manners written by A.R. Gurney, Nov. 4-7 at 7:30 p.m., with a 2 p.m. matinee Sunday, Nov. 8.

October 2

LGBTQ exhibit at Wikoff Gallery showcases multiple media

Now in its seventh year, the LGBTQ at Union exhibit at the Wikoff Student Gallery helps bring awareness, promote discussion and educate the campus about the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning community.

August 6

The Biblio File

See what books faculty, staff and administrators are reading this summer.

June 4

Volunteers of the Week

Fatima Hosain '15, Morgan Clark '17, Sang Won Choi '17 and Maya Whalen-Kipp '16 are the Kenney Community Center's volunteers of the week.

June 1

ReUnion recap 2015

Nearly 2,000 visitors descended upon campus for the annual celebration of the College’s graduates.

May 27

Volunteers of the Week

The Kenney Center is recognizing the honorees at its annual Volunteer Appreciation Banquet.

May 21

Volunteer of the Week

Lindsay Morton, visiting assistant professor of psychology, is the Kenney Community Center's volunteer of the week.