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Senior Art Show series: Changing major in senior year challenging, rewarding Senior Art Show series: Changing major in senior year challenging, rewarding
Athletes of the week: Lady Bulldogs Latesa Mclaughlin, Amy Philamlee Athletes of the week: Lady Bulldogs Latesa Mclaughlin, Amy Philamlee
Lady Bulldogs take NCCAA national title; men’s team places 5th in tournament Lady Bulldogs take NCCAA national title; men’s team places 5th in tournament
News Traveling cellist takes his instrument on the road — on his bike

Traveling cellist takes his instrument on the road — on his bike

Ben Sollee is not only different from the usual performer at Union’s Barefoots Joe — he also is different from the usual singer-songwriter. Instead of playing his concerts with an acoustic guitar, Sollee’s instrument of choice is the cello. Despite his classical training, and the very classical instrument he plays, Sollee’s music is far from classical or traditional. The musician […]

Arts & Entertainment Artists of the Week: Thomas Griffith, Andrew Hamaker, Bryanna England

Artists of the Week: Thomas Griffith, Andrew Hamaker, Bryanna England

Editor’s note: This is an ongoing series meant to highlight student artists in art, music and theater on Union’s campus. Art – Thomas Griffith Thomas Griffith, sophomore art and Christian studies double major, created a campus-wide stir his freshman year with an out-of-the-box take on a texture assignment. “I covered all of the hand sanitizer dispensers on campus with live […]

Sports Athletes of the week: Lady Bulldogs Latesa Mclaughlin, Amy Philamlee

Athletes of the week: Lady Bulldogs Latesa Mclaughlin, Amy Philamlee

This week two members of the women’s basketball team were named athletes of the week. Latesa Mclaughlin, a graduate student obtaining her master’s degree in social work, is senior point guard for the team. Mclaughlin averaged 10.2 points, 5.2 assists and 2.4 steals per game and shot 89 percent from the free throw line. She scored a season high of […]

Life Graduate update: Union alums minister together in Murfreesboro

Graduate update: Union alums minister together in Murfreesboro

Editor’s Note: This is fourth in a series on the lives of Union graduates and their process of joining the workforce.  For college students, early mornings can be one of the greatest challenges and one of the most dreaded aspects of college. It may be disheartening to hear at this stage in life that early mornings are part of everyday […]

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Artists of the Week: Thomas Griffith, Andrew Hamaker, Bryanna England
Artists of the Week / Arts & Entertainment

Artists of the Week: Thomas Griffith, Andrew Hamaker, Bryanna England

Editor’s note: This is an ongoing series meant to highlight student artists in art, music and theater on Union’s campus. Art – Thomas Griffith Thomas Griffith, sophomore art and Christian studies double major, created a campus-wide stir his freshman year with an out-of-the-box take on a texture assignment. “I covered all of the hand sanitizer dispensers on campus with live […]

‘Artists of the 21st Century’ competition exposes Union artists to wider audience
Arts & Entertainment

‘Artists of the 21st Century’ competition exposes Union artists to wider audience

Art from three Union artists will be reaching a wider audience. Amanda Rohde, sophomore art major, Katie Williams, junior art major, and Sarah-Anne Winchester, junior art major, will have their work displayed at the West Tennessee Regional Art Center in Humboldt April 1-25. The show is part of the University of Tennessee Martin’s Artists of the Twenty-First Century competition, which […]

Graduate update: Union alums minister together in Murfreesboro
Life

Graduate update: Union alums minister together in Murfreesboro

Editor’s Note: This is fourth in a series on the lives of Union graduates and their process of joining the workforce.  For college students, early mornings can be one of the greatest challenges and one of the most dreaded aspects of college. It may be disheartening to hear at this stage in life that early mornings are part of everyday […]

Sophomore Council’s glow-in-the-dark 5K coming April 24
Life

Sophomore Council’s glow-in-the-dark 5K coming April 24

Sophomore Council will be hosting a campus-wide Glo Run at 8 p.m. April 24. Sign-ups and T-shirt sales will begin within the next couple of weeks. An entry fee of $5 will be required. The top three runners will receive prizes. Local businesses are sponsoring the event. The entry fee will primarily cover the costs of the event, and leftover […]

Traveling cellist takes his instrument on the road — on his bike
News

Traveling cellist takes his instrument on the road — on his bike

Ben Sollee is not only different from the usual performer at Union’s Barefoots Joe — he also is different from the usual singer-songwriter. Instead of playing his concerts with an acoustic guitar, Sollee’s instrument of choice is the cello. Despite his classical training, and the very classical instrument he plays, Sollee’s music is far from classical or traditional. The musician […]

Wedding shower etiquette: Experts say ‘thank you’ notes required
Life

Wedding shower etiquette: Experts say ‘thank you’ notes required

After wrapping up a photo shoot in the room filled with china plates and crystal glasses, Laura Hartman and Marcia Mehan, sales managers at Fischer Evans in Chattanooga, Tenn., explained proper etiquette for wedding showers. Who Hosts Anyone who is close to the bride can host a shower, from the maid of honor, another bridesmaid or groomsmen. Having multiple showers […]

Student film makers earn privilege of helping organize campus film festival
Arts & Entertainment

Student film makers earn privilege of helping organize campus film festival

Every spring, the Union Film Society hosts the Union Student Film Festival.  This year, the 11th annual Union Student Film Festival will take place April 14-15. On April 14, every film will be screened at 6 p.m. in W.D. Powell Theatre.  The directors of each film will also be there talk about their films. On April 15, a second screening and […]