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Union president among college leaders urging Trump to take action against “harassment, hate and acts of violence”
The action follows a number of incidents reported nationwide, including many on college campuses.


Union again among the greenest colleges in the country
Union has again been named one of the country’s most environmentally responsible colleges, according to The Princeton Review’s “Guide to Green Colleges.”


Board of Trustees extend President Stephen C. Ainlay's contract
John E. Kelly III, chair of the Union College Board of Trustees, today announced that the board has extended the contract of President Stephen C. Ainlay.


Union College changes motto after 220 years 
Motto now reads (“Under the laws of Minerva, we all become brothers and sisters."


Union’s age-old motto gets a modern makeover 
the College will modify its centuries-old motto to add the French word for “sisters.


Bees, bottle, bridge: College awards Presidential Green Grants 
Now in its eighth year, the program supports environmentally sustainable projects at Union, and is open to faculty, staff and students


Union honored for diversity efforts, STEM leadership 
Insight Into Diversity magazine highlights programs, faculty


Convocation opens next chapter in Union’s remarkable history 
College celebrates start of its 221st academic year


President Stephen C. Ainlay's 2015 Convocation Address 
College celebrates start of its 221st year


Pride and joy at Union College commencement 
Nearly 500 students receive degrees


eBay executive bids graduates sage advice 
Devin Wenig '88 spoke to nearly 500 members of the Class of 2015 at Union’s 221st Commencement


Union to host annual symposium on liberal arts and engineering 
In 1845, Union became the first liberal arts college to offer engineering


Union again among nation’s top “green” colleges 
College's sustainability efforts cited by the Princeton Review


President Ainlay speaks to class on College history 
Ainlay spoke about several Union figures influential in the Civil War era.


Chapel bells to ring in remembrance of Lincoln and the Civil War 
The College will pay homage to one of the nation’s greatest leaders and the millions of Americans affected by the war by ringing the campus bells.


$11 million gift from Feigenbaum Foundation will have far-reaching impact on Union campus 
The foundation will provide the lead gift that will allow the College to transform the Visual Arts building, completing a vibrant arts corridor


Top play: Head of ESPN’s SportsCenter to speak at Union 
Rob King's talk part of Presidential Forum on Diversity series


President Stephen C. Ainlay's 2015 Founders Day greeting 
College celebrates 220th anniversary of its charter

 
‘Karp is a coup’: Renovated building draws high praise 
After being closed for a year-long major renovation, the former Humanities building has reopened as Karp Hall


Applications to Union approach 6,000, a new record 
Pool is one of the strongest and most diverse in the College's history


Noted champion of the liberal arts and the humanities to speak at Founders Day 
Event commemorates the 220th anniversary of the College's charter


Union’s economic impact on region nearly $300 million annually 
Downtown businesses cite the Union College effect


Union honored for commitment to community service 
College again named to President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll


Union College ranked among most beautiful campuses 
Campus honored by Princeton Review