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Spencerville men and Campion women win 2017 basketball tournament

The Spencerville Adventist Academy Hornets from Spencerville, Md, won the 2017 Union College Invitational Basketball Tournament by edging out the Ozark Adventist Academy Skyhawks from Gentry, Ark., in the championship game by a score of 78-63 in the men's bracket.

I Am They to perform for Family Worship on Feb. 17

I Am They, a Dove Award nominated contemporary Christian band, will perform for Union College's Family Worship on Friday, Feb. 17, at 7:30 p.m.

The band gained notoriety in 2015 when they released their first album and toured in the “Rock and Worship Roadshow” with MercyMe, Crowder, and Group 1 Crew; and also toured with Matt Maher during the spring leg of the Saints and Sinners tour.

Lincoln artist displays paintings in McClelland Art Gallery

Lincoln is dotted with diverse artwork in almost every neighborhood—from bike sculptures in parks and and along bike paths to statues of pioneers and playing children downtown to the colorful star wall alley in the Haymarket. Now through February 19, Donna Pozehl, a Lincoln artist who works adds her work to the local landscape as a member of the Lincoln’s Artist Guild, is showing a variety of paintings in Union’s McClelland Art Gallery.

Union to host sixty-fourth annual music festival

Students from academies and high schools across the Mid-America territory will descend on the Union College campus this week for the 64th Annual Music Festival, held February 1-4.

Fine Arts Christmas Concert to be held Dec. 9

The Union College Division of Fine Arts will present their annual Christmas concert on Friday, December 9, featuring all the Union ensemble vocal and instrumental groups and individual performers—and an appearance from Union’s Hubbard harpsichord for the first time in more than 15 years.

Campos exhibit aims to integrate art with religion

“Good theology must have good art,” said Abner Campos. The senior theology major believes that in a culture that relies so heavily on visual communication, the church must activly use art and design as a means to share the gospel.

Union College Singers to perform at Adventist leadership meetings

The Union College Singers will perform for the annual Year-End Meetings of the North American Division—the organization tasked with guiding the work of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America.

Presidential historian to discuss the impact of character on presidential leadership

“I can’t remember a time I wasn’t interested in history,” said Richard Norton Smith, who grew up enjoying the stories of his grandparents. On Wednesday, November 2, at 7:30 p.m., Smith will speak for the second annual George Gibson Lecture Series on  “Presidential Leadership: Does Character Matter?”

Collegedale wins volleyball and Campion wins soccer tournament

The Collegedale Eagles won the volleyball bracket and the Campion Cougars won the soccer bracket at the 2016 Union College Invitational Tournament on Saturday night, Oct. 22.

Growing up Gandhi: Grandson of nonviolent revolutionary to speak at Union

Arun grew up far from the plains of Nebraska. Born and raised in South Africa, he suffered violent bullying because his Indian heritage meant he didn’t fit into the white or black cliques. Finally, at age 12, Arun decided to fight fire with fire, and started exercising and training to fight back.

Concerned for his well-being, Arun’s parents took him on an extended trip back to their native India to stay with his grandfather, Mohandas K. Gandhi—better known as Mahatma Gandhi.

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