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Union student's unique project featured in Daily Gazette

Working with James Hedrick, senior lecturer in Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering, Lisa Gu' 19 has designed an automated greenhouse watering system. Her project is among 20 other systems built as part of Cultivating Resources for Employment with Assistive Technology.

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New theater partnership between Union and Proctors featured in Times Union

A new partnership between Union and Proctors gives students a chance to gain experience on the professional stage while providing the venerable historic theater with a pool of local actors.

“It’s a new link between us,” says Andrew Mannion, lecturer in scenic design. “Proctors is putting on a professional children’s theater piece and co-producing it with Union talent.”

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Inside Higher Ed features op-ed by President David R. Harris

Inside Higher Ed posted an op-ed by President David R. Harris who argued that campus is the place for constructive engagement, not free speech. The op-ed was in response to a recent executive order by President Trump on campus free speech. 

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Dutchmen Dip featured in Daily Gazette and Times Union

Hundreds from the campus community turned out Sunday for the seventh annual Dutchmen Dip. The event raised more than $20,000 to benefit the Shinebarger Memorial Scholarship, with an additional $20,000 matched by Tom Coleman '88.

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Springsteen-inspired winter theater production garners media attention

“When the Promise Was Broken,” a collection of short plays inspired by the songs of Bruce Springsteen, was recently performed in Yulman Theater.

The 90-minute production pieces together nine plays in a seamless evening that celebrates the all too human experience of longing, heartbreak and promises broken in working life, relationships, families and the American dream.

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"A Decolonial Atlas: Strategies in Contemporary Art of the Americas" reviewed in Times Union

Recent works by U.S. and Latin American artists who are grappling with issues of colonialism and postcolonialism make up the new exhibit at the Mandeville Gallery in the Nott Memorial.

“A Decolonial Atlas: Strategies in Contemporary Art of the Americas” runs from Jan. 19 through June 16. It features paintings, photography, sculpture and works on paper, with video, in particular, highlighted as a critical medium for expanded narratives and immersive imagery.

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"A Decolonial Atlas: Strategies in Contemporary Art of the Americas" reviewed in Daily Gazette

Recent works by U.S. and Latin American artists who are grappling with issues of colonialism and postcolonialism make up the new exhibit at the Mandeville Gallery in the Nott Memorial.

“A Decolonial Atlas: Strategies in Contemporary Art of the Americas” runs from Jan. 19 through June 16. It features paintings, photography, sculpture and works on paper, with video, in particular, highlighted as a critical medium for expanded narratives and immersive imagery.