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September 20
Alumni in the news: Cara Early '11

Cara Early '11, assistant vice president in the consultant relations department at Breckinridge Capital Advisors in Boston, was recently featured in The Telegram.

September 6
Alumni in the news: Taif Jany '12

Taif Jany '12 recently wrote a piece for the Huffington Post titled "Our Diversity is Our Strength: White Supremacy Has No Place in America Today."

May 25
Students learn cricket and culture

About 50 students met Wednesday to learn the techniques of batting, bowling, and scoring from members of the Schenectady-based Upstate New York Cricket Association.

May 17
UCARE Day set for Sunday

The Kenney Center's annual UCARE Day is set for Sunday from noon to 3 p.m. in Memorial Fieldhouse.

May 11
Visual Union talks scheduled

A visual arts symposium celebrating the College’s Visual Arts and Art History programs is set for next week.

May 10
Alumni in the news: Shilpa Darivemula '13

Shilpa Darivemula '13, a student at Albany Medical College who is also trained in Kuchipudi (a classical Indian dance form), is the founder of The Aseemkala Initiative.

March 9
The sound of music

The College's choir is preparing for a trip to Europe for spring break.

February 23
Union celebrates Founders Day

Campus celebrates the 222nd anniversary of the College’s charter and the 200th anniversary of Union’s Phi Beta Kappa chapter

February 22
Alumni in the news: Rachel Magin '14

A course by Rachel Magin '14, a doctoral student in the Psychology Lab at Indiana State University, was recently featured on NPR's All Things Considered.

February 1
A statement from President Stephen C. Ainlay

President Ainlay discusses the executive order temporarily banning citizens of seven majority Muslim nations from entry and in some cases re-entry into the United States.

January 9
Local economy runs in part on Union

Union contributed $322.5 million to area economy in 2015 according to report by the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities

January 5
Bali mini-term combines art and culture

For three intensive weeks, 16 students were immersed in Balinese culture, studying with masters of traditional performing arts in gamelan (an orchestra of gongs and xylophones) and dance.