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Union honors student veterans

Strengthening students for a service-driven life is at the core of Union College's mission. Amid wars and rumors of war, one professor found time to honor students who served their country.

Student art at local gallery to raise funds for Maasai well

Union College student art will be on display in the Noyes Art Gallery, 119 S. 9th St., on Wednesday, November 30, to benefit Cassie Fitzpatrick's Not "Oh Well" project to build a well for the Maasai people of Africa.

"Sex and the Soul" author to speak at Union College

Donna Freitas, author of Sex and the Soul, will speak at Union College on Tuesday, November 8, at 10:30 a.m.

No Better Cause to perform for vespers Oct. 21


No Better Cause will perform Friday, Oct. 21, at 7:30 p.m. in the College View Seventh-day Adventist Church at 48th and Prescott.

College View Academy wins Mid-America volleyball tournament

College View Academy won the Mid-America Union volleyball tournament by defeating the Collegedale Adventist Youth Assocation three sets to none on Oct. 22 in the Union College gymnasium.

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.

Richard St. John to speak at Leadership Symposium

Richard St. John, author of 8 to be Great, will speak at Union College on October 18.

Celebrating 120 years and a promising future

On Sept. 30, 1891, Union College held class for the first time. Today, 120 years later, Union will celebrate a new milestone—plans to build a new science and mathematics complex.

First Board of Trustees Writing Awards winners announced

Reprinted from the fall 2011 Human(i)Ties publication of the Division of Humanities

At the fall 2011 Academic Convocation, Union College proudly awarded the recipients of the first annual Union College Board of Trustees Writing Awards. Each winner received $1,000 cash.

The awards started as an idea in the Division of Humanities. Faculty and staff were looking for ways to encourage students to make “skillful and artful writing a personal aspiration.” As the idea spread, the Board of Trustees got wind of it, and helped make the idea reality.

World church leader's talk to be webcast on UCLive

Pastor Ted Wilson, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church world church, will speak tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the College View Seventh-day Adventist Church located at 4801 Prescott Ave. He will be in the Grand Lobby at 6:30 p.m. to greet college students and visitors.

The talk will be streamed live and made available for later viewing at UCLive.

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