In This Issue...
(The following magazine stories and special features are published in the News and Events section of the website.)
$11 million gift from Feigenbaum Foundation will have far-reaching impact on Union campus
An $11 million gift from the Feigenbaum Foundation will help support a major renovation of the Visual Arts building, provide a four-year need-based scholarship, endow a professorship and establish an annual forum on innovation and creativity. The foundation was created by the late Armand V. Feigenbaum ’42 and Donald S. Feigenbaum ’46.
Union College and the Lincoln Assassination
The assassination of President Abraham Lincoln and its aftermath directly involved five Union alumni, and indirectly several others. Their stories are part of the year-long exhibit Profound & Poignant: Union College Connections to the Civil War Era in the Nott Memorial.
Love and Cancer: A Photographic Essay
You don't know what it truly means to live until you are faced with your own mortality. I learned this from my parents, Laurel and Howie Borowick, both of whom were in treatment for stage 4 cancer at the same time in 2013. With compassion and respect, I aspired to capture the full range of their experience—from the daily banter they shared as husband and wife to their shifting dynamic as patient and caregiver.
Also in this issue:
- With Stars Aligned, a Jazz Album from Tim Olsen
- Fly Songs and Evolution
- The Future of Irish Feminism
- Commitment to Community, at Union and in Wyoming
- A Broadcast Career is Born at Union
- Sports Reporter Living Her Dream
- Young Alum Talks Social Justice
- A Rising Folk Rock Star
A Look Back: