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Disaster response team deployed to Alabama

Disaster response team back in Lincoln


A trained search dog and its handler prepare to work with the Union College disaster response team.
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McClelland paintings on display in eponymous gallery


Jim McClelland's painting will be on display in the McClelland Art Gallery from now until April 17.

The McClelland Art Gallery has featured many talented artists over the years, both amateur and

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Cari Dominguez to speak on inclusive leadership


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David and Cherie Smith to be ordained/commissioned


On April 8, the Kansas-Nebraska Conference will ordain David and commission Cherie Smith for the gospel ministry in a special service starting at 7:30 p.m.

Fibromyalgia expert to speak at Union College

Building a local network leads to national connections


The annual Division of Business and Computer Science field day provides opportunities for students to learn about a given field, line up internships and network.

Union College drama presents "The Dining Room"


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Union nursing graduates continue to have highest NCLEX pass rate in Nebraska

Union College nursing graduates posted the highest pass rate in the state of Nebraska on the National Council Licensure Examination, or NCLEX, for a fifth straight quarter, ending in December 2010. Since October 2009, Union's 97 percent pass rate has surpassed the fourteen other nursing schools in the state and the Nebraska (88 percent) and national (87 percent) averages.

Union to webcast select volleyball tournament games

Union College will webcast select games from the annual Mid-America volleyball tournament to be held Oct. 21-23.

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Student missionaries unharmed after pirate incident

Two Union College student missionaries serving in Peru are unharmed after river pirates accosted their boat on Friday. Rachel Downey and Stephanie Rivas are volunteering this school year with Touch of Love Ministries based in Pucallpa, Peru. The two were traveling with several other volunteers when the incident took place.

“We thank God that all our student missionaries are safe,” said Rich Carlson, Union’s director of student missions. “We have been in contact with the parents involved and are working with the local authorities to make sure this matter gets resolved.”

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