At Union Market, students can eat cereal to help feed hungry Lincolnites

For the next month, Union College students and the Lincoln community can eat at Union Market, the college’s dining hall, and help hungry Lincolnites at the same time.

Now through February 20, “Kellogg has partnered with Union College to encourage students to make the choice that makes a difference by participating in the ‘Eat.Share.Prosper.’ program,” said Jennifer Jaacks, a spokesperson for Kelloggs, in a news release.

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.

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Video: Becky Krueger on finding her calling

 
Becky Krueger wasn't sure what she wanted to do with her life when she started out at Union. But thanks to wise advice, she chose a path to a career as a dentist. And now she couldn't be happier.
 
To learn more about finding your calling at Union College, visit www.ucollege.edu/calling
 
 

Video: Why I chose International Rescue and Relief

 
Matthew Russell, who graduated with a degree in International Rescue and Relief in 2014, explains why he liked the IRR program and what makes it so unique.
 
To learn more, visit www.ucollege.edu/irr

Union students spread the bread

Standing in line with two or three carts full of peanut butter, jelly, bread, water, apples and bananas, Veena Tharayil attracted a lot of attention. A 19 year-old sophomore studying general studies, Tharayil has always been inspired by her mother’s compassionate and giving spirit. This helped form Veena’s passion for the homeless that fueled her to gather a bunch of friends and give sack lunches to over 150 people on Lincoln’s streets one Sabbath afternoon in October.

Warriors basketball teams thrive on fan support

Sophomore Gerry Mtike could feel the roar of the crowd as he took the floor. Only two minutes remained in the November 4 contest, but a late rally gave the Warrior basketball team hope of a come-from-behind victory.

Even though the team fell short that night, the support of the fans and the atmosphere of game reminded Mtike what first attracted him to the team. As a freshman he loved to attend games, and now after 11 months or practice, he made the team.

Union hosts summit to find ways young people can connect with the Adventist Church

A lifelong Adventist and daughter of missionary parents, Natalie Bruzon is tired of seeing youth walk out during a sermon—and sometimes joining them. Feeling disconnected to the Seventh-day Adventist Church, she even considered attending a nondenominational Christian church.

Collegedale Academy wins volleyball tournament

The Collegedale Academy Eagles won the Union College Invitational Volleyball Tournament 2014 two sets to none over the Greater Miami Academy Warriors on Saturday night.

Tim Timmons to perform for Family Worship on Oct. 17

When Jessyka Albert, Union College’s Union for Christ director watched Tim Timmons’ testimony, she knew she had to bring him to Union. “He has such a great outlook on life and spirituality,” says Albert, “Just listening to his testimony was encouraging. That’s why I wanted to bring him for Family Worship.”

Union students help plan fundraiser for local community center

On Thursday night, October 16, College View Church's Heartland Hall will be transformed. Each year, the Good Neighbor Community Center holds the Samples of the World fundraiser—giving the city of Lincoln a chance to experience the sights, sounds and tastes of a wide variety of countries and support the work of the center. But behind the food and fun, Union College students provided the vital support needed to make the event a reality.

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