Union College Magazine

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The impact of Union engineers

Meet some former students that have gone on to make indelible marks on the world in a variety of engineering fields.

Engineering @ 175

Though we acknowledge 1845 as the start of engineering at Union, the seeds were sown as early as 1802, when the first course on surveying was taught.

WRUC celebrates a century on the air

Since the first scheduled broadcast on Oct. 14, 1920, Union College radio has been a laboratory for generations of students to experiment on-air, and in many cases to launch a career they never expected.

From home: Finding that "sweet spot"

This spring, Union professors in all disciplines were forced to change the way they teach. It was unfamiliar and challenging, but remote teaching and learning offered unexpected opportunities and rewards, too.

The arrival

Women moved into Union residence halls and started classes as full-time students for the first time in fall 1970. Here is a little bit about what that experience was like for them.