The Schenectady County Human Rights Commission honored Hannah Josovitz ’19 at its annual awards ceremony. She works with Hamilton Hill residents and is interested in working with at-risk youth and those involved in the juvenile justice system. She was nominated by Sonia Sandoval ’16.
The Schenectady County Human Rights Commission recognized Union’s chapter of My Brother’s Keeper with its 2019 Group Achievement Award. Student mentors include Rashawn Baldwin-White ’20, Richard Boakye ’20, Anthony Boone, Jr.
Class of 1973 Community Service Intership funding recipients
Sam Fogarty ’20
Ali Forney Center in Harlem, N.Y.
Fogarty, a psychology and Spanish and Hispanic Studies major, will be working with the largest agency dedicated to LGBTQ homeless young people in the country. He will be working in the 24-hour drop-in center, with a focus in the mental health and educational/vocational programs.
More than 1,300 visitors returned to campus for ReUnion 2019 (May 17-19), enjoying great weather and great events, from Lobster Fest to the Alumni Parade and fireworks. Alumni and their families also had the chance to tour campus, reconnect with friends, hear presentations from fellow graduates and celebrate the accomplishments of mentors.
Tommaso Gazzarri, assistant professor of classics, recently delivered a seminar at Williams College titled, “The Textual Tradition of Seneca’s De Constantia Sapientis, and the Art of Producing a Philological Commentary.”
The Department of Theater and Dance will present Oscar Wilde’s classic drawing room comedy, “The Importance of Being Earnest,” May 29-June 1 at 7:30 p.m. and June 2 at 2 p.m. in Yulman Theater.
Subtitled a “Trivial Comedy for Serious People,” the play was written and first produced in 1895. Set in high-society Victorian England, it centers around the relationships of the main characters Jack, portrayed by Daniel Grogan ’20, and Algernon, played by Ross DeMarco ’19.