May 2014 News Archive

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Volunteer of the Week- May 29, 2014

The Kenney Community Center’s Volunteer of the Week is Women and Gender Studies major and Metuchen, N.J. native Brianna Gutierrez ’17.

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Mandeville Gallery hosting annual Student Invitational

The Mandeville Gallery currently has its annual Student Invitational on display until June 15.

This year, the exhibition includes works from dozens of students using a variety of media, such as painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture, digital and computational art and film.

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Union to host annual symposium on engineering and liberal arts

Maria Klawe, the president of Harvey Mudd College, will deliver the keynote address at the College's annual symposium on integrating a liberal education with engineering.

The two-day symposium kicks off at 5 p.m. Friday, June 6, in the Nott Memorial with opening remarks by Therese McCarty, the Stephen J. and Diane K. Ciesinski Dean of the Faculty and Vice President for Academic Affairs.

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Hristina Milojevic '15 named a University Innovation Fellow

Hristina Milojevic ’15 has been named a University

Innovation Fellow by the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation (Epicenter), and a pinning ceremony led by Wendy Sternberg, dean of Academic Departments and Programs, to celebrate her tremendous success was held on Thursday.

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UCARE Day hosts free carnival for local children

The Kenney Center's annual UCARE Day, a free carnival for kids and their families, is Sunday, June 1 from noon to 3 p.m. in Memorial Fieldhouse.

With over 100 students working to host a carnival for local kids and their families, UCARE Day is one of Union’s biggest volunteer events of the year.

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Maya Angelou's message of hope soars at Union

Originally Published October 26, 2007

Maya Angelou, the award-winning poet, civil rights activist and playwright, captivated an overflow crowd of more than 900 in Memorial Chapel Monday night. People began lining up at least an hour before the event, hoping to get inside to hear the 79-year-old icon speak. For the people who packed the Chapel, Angelou did not disappoint.

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Maya Angelou brings her message of hope to Memorial Chapel

Originally published in October 23, 2007

Maya Angelou, the award-winning poet, civil rights activist and playwright, captivated an overflow crowd of more than 900 in Memorial Chapel Monday night.

People began lining up at least an hour before the event, hoping to get inside to hear the 79-year-old icon speak. For the people who packed the Chapel, Angelou did not disappoint.