News Archive

"Sex and the Soul" author to speak at Union College

Donna Freitas, author of Sex and the Soul, will speak at Union College on Tuesday, November 8, at 10:30 a.m.

Tags: 

The ONE Project

The ONE Project is committed to the idea that a Jesus-driven, Jesus-bathed, Jesus-backed, Jesus-led, Jesus-filled, Jesus-powered, all-about-Jesus Adventist Church is the uncompromising directive from our past, the joy of our present, and the hope for our future. We claim the primal Adventist impulse: a longing to be with Jesus. The ONE Project seeks—through gatherings, conversations, web-based content, and Christ-focused publications—to stimulate preaching, worship, and adoration of Jesus within the Adventist Church. 

Tags: 

Getting Acquainted with Dr. Kenneth Osborn

Dr. Kenneth Osborn grew up on a farm near St. Joseph, Missouri. He attended and graduated from Missouri Western State University. Then he went on to get his Ph.D. in biophysical chemistry from the University of Kansas. Osborn has been married to his wonderful wife, Kim, for nearly eight years now.

Tags: 

Students raise money to battle breast cancer

The reality of those combating cancer—past, present and future—sparks an emotionally reaction in most. For some it also sparks a passion for action.

No Better Cause to perform for vespers Oct. 21


No Better Cause will perform Friday, Oct. 21, at 7:30 p.m. in the College View Seventh-day Adventist Church at 48th and Prescott.

New Anatomy and Physiology Study Tool on Trial

The library is currently offering access to Ovid's Primal Pictures on a trial basis.  User's may access Primal Pictures by visiting any Ovid product to which Union College currently subscribes and clicking Primal Pictures at the top of the screen.

Tags: 

College View Academy wins Mid-America volleyball tournament

College View Academy won the Mid-America Union volleyball tournament by defeating the Collegedale Adventist Youth Assocation three sets to none on Oct. 22 in the Union College gymnasium.

Tags: 

From Campus Ministries to a ministering campus

Mollie Cummings didn’t want to go to college. “I came back from a mission trip to the Philippines my senior year of high school and decided I wanted to be an evangelist,” said the sophomore religious education major from northern Minnesota.

Preaching for more than a grade

Brien Wahlen, junior theology major.

Brien Wahlen is one of 23 theology majors currently attending Union College.

College View church organ to be featured in Lincoln Organ Showcase

The Lincoln Organ Showcase will feature a performance by Dr. Kraig Scott on the College View Seventh-day Adventist Church's Rieger organ on Oct. 16 at 3:00 p.m.

Tags: 

Richard St. John to speak at Leadership Symposium

Richard St. John, author of 8 to be Great, will speak at Union College on October 18.

Tags: 

Origami art on display in McClelland Art Gallery

"Clock Tower at Union College in April" along with many other origami and paper 3-D sculptures by Linda Stephen are on display in the McClelland Art Gallery now through Oct. 11.

Tags: 

Finding Full-text Articles Just Became Easier

If you are a frequent user of the library's article databases, you may have noticed that the Periodicals A to Z link has been changed to Find Article @ Union College. This change was made because the library has added an open URL link resolver. Link resolvers are tools which allow linking from one individual article record in a database to the full-text document in another database.

Tags: 

Celebrating 120 years and a promising future

On Sept. 30, 1891, Union College held class for the first time. Today, 120 years later, Union will celebrate a new milestone—plans to build a new science and mathematics complex.

Tags: 

Congratulations 2011-12 class officers

Following a rousing rendition of "Slinga de Ink" at convocation on Sept. 20, 2011, classes met to choose new student leaders for this school year. A far cry from the earnest politicking of ASB elections in the spring, class elections are informal affairs. Nominations are made on the spot, and votes are cast by raised hands. As happy as the winners are to be chosen, the unsuccessful candidates often return to their seats with a smile, knowing they have one less thing to worry about.  

Tags: 

Nebraska artist’s ceramics in McClelland Art Gallery


Nebraska artist Sharon Ohmberger will display her clay pottery in the McClelland Art Gallery through Oct. 2.

Tags: 

Union professors author book of poetry


Union College professors Mike Mennard and Jim McClelland will unveil their new book of poetry, The Left-sock Tree, on Sept. 19, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Indigo Bridge Books.

Tags: 

Sue Krueger: a profile in giving

Photo of Calvin and Sue Krueger with Ramona and Jerome Lang at the campaign announcement.
Calvin and Sue Krueger pose with Ramona and Jerome Lang at the campaign announcement.

World church leader's talk to be webcast on UCLive

Pastor Ted Wilson, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church world church, will speak tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the College View Seventh-day Adventist Church located at 4801 Prescott Ave. He will be in the Grand Lobby at 6:30 p.m. to greet college students and visitors.

The talk will be streamed live and made available for later viewing at UCLive.

Tags: 

The Annual Library Fair is September 15

Enjoy free food, prizes, and games at this year’s annual Library Fair at the Union College Library on September 15, 2011, from 3 to 7 p.m. Explore “Arts through the Ages” with your friends while learning about library resources for fine arts and music. Win prizes from places such as the Lincoln Racquet Club, Noodles & Co., Papa Murphy’s, Hot Wok, and Sam & Louie’s.  With over 150 prizes, participants are almost guaranteed to win something!

Tags: 

First Board of Trustees Writing Award recipients named

In a special ceremony during Union College’s first academic convocation of the year on August 30, the school named the first recipients of the Union College Board of Trustees Writing Awards for four students.

Introduced during the spring semester of 2010, the writing awards are intended to “recognize the abilities of our Union College students,” said Tanya Cochran, an associate professor of English who helped establish the award.

Warrior volleyball team to play two matches today

The Union College Warrior women's volleyball team will play two matches today—facing Nebraska Christian College (0-2) at 4:00 p.m., followed by Central Christian College (0-1) at 8:00 p.m. in the Thunderdome.

In their last match on September 1, the Warriors fell to a record of 0-4 with a loss to Concordia University JV.

After an extensive away stretch, volleyball team will be back in the Thunderdome on Sept. 27 to face Faith Baptist College.

Tags: 

Thirty years of Project Impact

Often, the most valuable lessons learned by Union College students are not taught in a classroom. They aren’t found in any textbook, and class attendance isn’t required. In fact, for some lessons, class will be canceled.

On September 8, more than 800 students and employees will voluntarily swap pencils and paper for paintbrushes and cleaning supplies for the 30th anniversary of Project Impact, the college's service day. “We want to be God’s hands and feet,” said Anna Coridan, junior nursing major and 2011 Project Impact coordinator. 

Tags: 

Young Alumni Photography Exhibit in McClelland Art Gallery


Bryon Lippincot '99 entered four images, including this architectural photo, in the Young Alumni Photography Exhibit on display in the McClelland Art Gallery now through September 18.

Tags: 

Pages

Subscribe to News Archive

Loading...