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Union hosts more than 600 gymnasts for Acrofest 2015

(Published in CORDmagazine Winter 15/16)

H undreds of gymnasts from Seventh-day Adventist colleges and high schools from across North America gathered at Union College in November for Acrofest 2015, an event packed with clinics, training, demonstrations and spiritual lessons.

Editorial: I got a great deal on an education

Editorial for CORDmagazine Winter 15/16

I can’t tell you why I chose Union College. When I made the decision in summer 2011, I shocked myself and my family. Looking back, I see no logical reason to choose Union. I was not a Seventh-day Adventist. None of my friends had ever heard of Union College, and I wasn’t even sure what I wanted to study.

Big data on a new degree

Ryan Grentz likes facts. He  has always considered himself to be a fact-based person—analyzing the world around him to take in as much information as he can. “It’s hard to accept an idea if I don’t know the reason why it happened,” he said. “I like figuring out the cause and connecting results together.”

Now as he pursues a career in health care information technology, Grentz will be the first Union College student to graduate with a new business minor that suits him perfectly—data analytics.

Video: Merry Christmas from Union College 2015

 

Merry Christmas from Union College.

Our musical holiday card for 2015 features the Union College Singers directed by Dr. Ricky Little. “Sweet Baby Jesus,” was composed by Pastor Deneil Clarke, worship pastor at the College View Seventh-day Adventist Church on the campus of Union College.

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Video: Acrofest 2015 clinic highlights

 

Experience a taste of the clinic portion of Acrofest 2015, an event where more than 600 gymnasts from Adventist academies and colleges across North America gathered at Union College to learn, perform and build friendships. To see the grand final show, visit: https://www.ucollege.edu/uclive

Foot clinic receives $20,000 grant from Tom's of Maine

Feet, especially homeless feet, can be scary or intimidating for many. But as Kailen Bricker cared for one pair after another, she felt her perceptions change and became far more interested in the people to whom they were attached. “They are just like us,” she said of the 30 or so homeless clients who come to Matt Talbot Community Kitchen and Outreach each month for Union College’s foot clinic

IRR major spends the summer as a wildland fire fighter

Some summer jobs involve flipping burgers, watching youngsters swim or filing in an office, but not for Connor Kraegel. The senior international rescue and relief major spent an exciting summer as a Wildland fire fighter for the Shoshone National Forest Wildland Fire Module, fighting wildfires in the region.

Video: New program helps student teachers

 

Ever wonder what it's like to begin the first day of school for teachers? Three education students share their experience in the new "Precession" program where they spend two weeks in a school, a week preparing for the first day, and then the first week of classes.

Students plan fundraiser for Good Neighbor Community Center

For Union student Juliya Shirokova, the challenges faced by immigrants in a new country are very real. She experienced it herself when her family left Russia to find more opportunities and a better life in the United States. Now the senior psychology major hopes the Good Neighbor Community Center Samples of the World event can help many other immigrant families in Lincoln.

What it's like to have the best job in America right now

On September 29, 2015 at Business Insider.com an article was published on physician assitants in America.

Please use the link below to read this very interesting article.

What it's like to have the best job in America right now

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