Students

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.

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.  

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Project Impact 2011: Thirty years of students learning the joy of service

Click the video to see more of Project Impact 2011 or check out our Facebook photo album.

Finding a comaraderie with compounds

Kenny Mapp discovered a love of chemistry while at Union College and is on his way to pharmacy school this fall.

School is (not) out for summer

Graduation 2011

During Sunday’s ceremony, Union College conferred 203 degrees to 194 students, including 21 students graduating with a Master of Physician Assistant Studies. Union’s class of 2011 represents seven countries, 35 states, and one US territory. Of the 32 different majors earned, the most popular are nursing with 40 graduates and international rescue and relief with 30. 

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2011-2012 ASB officers elected

The votes are in, and next year's Associated Student Body executive officers have been chosen:

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Free life coaching: A student perspective

When I discovered that Union College’s Teaching Learning Center (TLC) planned to start offering free academic and life coaching sessions, my squeal of glee prompted stares from my coworkers. I had to fight the urge to jump out of my chair, race to the TLC office and schedule my first appointment.

“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.)

Class assignment leads to baptism

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