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Minnetonka men and College View women win basketball tournament

In a game that was close until the last quarter, the Minnetonka Christian Academy Royals (Twin Cities, Minnesota) won the 2011 Mid-America men's basketball tournament by edging out the Campion Academy Cougars (Boulder, Colo.) 54-41.

In the women's bracket, the College View Academy Eagles (Lincoln, Neb.) defeated the Minnetonka Christian Academy Royals (Twin Cities, Minnesota) 60-34 to take the title.

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“Zacchaeus” to speak for Feb. 18 vespers service


Actor Mac McConnell will present “Forever Changed,” a first person narrative on the life as Zacchaeus, for vespers on Feb. 18.  (Photo courtesy www.way.org.)

Concert to raise funds, awareness for Salvadorian literacy


A woman studies in one of the schools supported by the El Salvador Literacy Program.

Coach Ken Carter to speak at Union College

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On October 19, Union College’s Leadership Symposium will present speaker Ken Carter, a high school basketball coach whose story was

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Union to host statewide writing center conference

On Sept. 24, Union College will host the fourth annual Nebraska Writing Center Consortium meeting featuring guest speaker Dr. Rasha Diab, assistant professor of rhetoric and writing at the University of Texas-Austin.

In addition to delivering the keynote address for the conference, Diab will also give a talk titled “Embracing the Rhetoric of Peace: Insights from Indigenous Practice/Practices” for an Academic Assembly on Thursday, Sept. 23, in Woods Auditorium at 10:30 a.m. Worship credit will be given for attendance.

Union College welcomes Special Olympics guests


Mindy Liebelt helps coordinating volunteers for the Special Olympics National Games.

For the last seven months, Union College students, faculty and staff have been working hard to make sure others get a well-deserved moment of glory.

Visit Union during NICF College Week

Union College invites students from around Nebraska to visit during the Nebraska Independent College Foundation's annual College Week. Nebraska high school students are encouraged to consider the nine member colleges and universities located throughout the state. Visitors will have an opportunity to talk with admissions and financial aid counselors, take a campus tour and (as available) talk with an advisor in their academic field.

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Visit Union ... in Atlanta

Update June 30, 2010

Union's booth at the General Conference Session in Atlanta has been featured in several media outlets, including:

Make-a-Wish CEO speaks at graduation

David Williams, president and CEO of the Make-a-Wish Foundation, will address the graduating class of Union College during commencement ceremonies on May 9, 2010. Last year, the Make-a-Wish Foundation made dreams come true for 13,465 children with life-threatening illnesses.

Union College addresses peacemaking and sexual orientation

In recent weeks, a group called Soulforce announced plans to stop at Union College on April 21 as part of their Equality Ride 2010 tour. This group of college-aged individuals who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT), embarks on an annual spring bus tour across the country to raise awareness for issues related to sexual orientation and Christianity. Union was the fourteenth stop of fifteen Christian college campuses where riders feel the schools’ policies are discriminatory toward LGBT students.

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