Drama Department Presents 'The Tempest'

Union College’s drama department will present “The Tempest” March 5 through April 4 in Woods Auditorium.

Public art piece on campus inspired by creation story

Passers by noticed an eruption of color today on the corner of 48th and Prescott as a new sculpture—a brightly decorated lightbulb—arrived in front of the Carnegie Building on the campus of Union College.

EveryPerson and Others—Union’s spring play debuts March 19

EveryPerson and Others, Union College’s own adaptation of two classics—The Second Shepherd’s Play and Everyman will debut tomorrow night, March 19, at 7 p.m. The production, which runs approximately 80 to 90 minutes, including the intermission, will run six times over a course of ten days.

Union to host annual music festival

Students from academies and high schools across the Mid-America territory will descend on the Union College campus next week for the 62nd Annual Music Festival, held February 4-7.

McClelland Art Gallery to feature a variety of student work

Throughout the remainder of the Fall 2014 semester, Union College’s McClelland Art Gallery will feature exhibits the works of Brittney Lippincott, as well as exhibits from Bruce Forbes’ Photography and Digital Imaging classes, and a comprehensive flashback of works summarizing the Family Worship vespers that have taken place over the semester.


The Ember Days to perform for Family Worship on Friday, Sept. 12

The Ember Days, an indie worship band originally hailing from New Zealand, will be leading out in Family Worship tonight at 7:30 in the College View Church Sanctuary.

Musical drama "Fifty Years Later" to debut on March 20

Lights shone on a stage, empty but for two narrators.  The first addressed the imaginary audience, her voice projecting nuance and well-timed emphasis.

“Diane Nash later said,” she paused and held character, turning imperceptibly toward the dark wings.  “Diane Nash later said…” Her brow furrowed and laughter erupted from the set behind her.

“I’m sorry,” chuckled the girl who would be Diane Nash.  “Where are we, page four?”

Union hosts 61st annual Mid-America Music Festival

More than 180 high school students will decend on the Union College campus this week for the 61st annual Mid-America Union Music Festival. The event kicks off Wednesday, Feb. 5 and culminates with a concert on Sabbath, Feb. 8, at 4:30 p.m.

This year, choral students represent the select choirs from nine academies, primarily from the Mid-America Union territory, with the exception of DayStar Academy in Utah. Two major concerts are the highlight of the weekend.

McClelland art on display in city government building

Serene landscapes, animals in peaceful repose, and the birds for which he is known are just a few examples of Jim McClelland’s vast artistic repertoire. And now, through the months of January and February, 27 of these hand-selected favorites will be on display in the Lincoln and Lancaster county-city building.

Division of Fine Arts to present annual Christmas concert

The Union College Division of Fine Arts will present the annual Christmas concert on Friday, December 13, at 7:30 p.m. in the College View Church sanctuary.

The event will feature the Chamber Orchestra, the Concert Winds, the Unionaires, “The Twelve” chamber choir and the Guitar Ensemble. New on the program this year will be the V7, a student-led vocal ensemble that focuses on sacred vocal jazz. “We will present music of the season in all its variety and joy,” promised Dr. Dan Lynn, professors of music and director of the vocal groups.


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