Early lead helps men’s basketball defeat Rust College 96-74 Early lead helps men’s basketball defeat Rust College 96-74
Past semester’s Barefoots concerts ‘richly diverse’ Members of Cereus Bright, Evan Ford and Tyler Anthony, perform at Barefoots Joe Sept. 5, 2014. | Photo by Meg Rushing
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Women’s basketball team defeats Rust College 86-66 Women’s basketball team defeats Rust College 86-66
News Relay for Life paint party brings out Christmas Spirit

Relay for Life paint party brings out Christmas Spirit

Christmas time is just around the corner. With the holiday season approaching, people are already in a cheerful and giving mood. This week, the giving mood came to “Relay for Life’s” advantage. November 17th, in Coburn Dinning hall, Relay for life held a “Paint Party” to raise money and awareness to the American Cancer Society. The event started at 6 […]

Arts & Entertainment Members of Cereus Bright, Evan Ford and Tyler Anthony, perform at Barefoots Joe Sept. 5, 2014. | Photo by Meg Rushing

Past semester’s Barefoots concerts ‘richly diverse’

  This semester’s concert series saw acts like the Knoxville-based band Cereus Bright, Nashville’s Thad Kopec and the Portland, Oregon trio Joseph. “This semester has been fun to say the least,” said Clark Bilbrey, sophomore athletic training major and member of the Barefoots leadership team that produces the Barefoots concert series each semester. “We have seen bands from richly diverse […]

Sports Early lead helps men’s basketball defeat Rust College 96-74

Early lead helps men’s basketball defeat Rust College 96-74

On Wednesday, Nov. 19 the men’s basketball team improved to 3-0 as they defeated Rust College out of Holly Springs, Mississippi, 96-74. The Bulldogs went up 36-9 within the first ten minutes of the game and never trailed from there. At halftime, the Bulldogs were up 59-38. Marterrance Brock, junior sports management major and guard for the Bulldogs, led the way with […]

Life Senior English students present Capstone Projects

Senior English students present Capstone Projects

The first two of approximately 12 senior English students presented their thesis papers Tuesday afternoon in PAC A-9. Laura Little presented her paper, entitled “Finding meaning in loss: A blend of fiction and nonfiction work,” which “considered what strength is when facing death and how to find meaning in the grieving process,” Little said. Little analyzed three different texts: “The […]

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Relay for Life paint party brings out Christmas Spirit
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Relay for Life paint party brings out Christmas Spirit

Christmas time is just around the corner. With the holiday season approaching, people are already in a cheerful and giving mood. This week, the giving mood came to “Relay for Life’s” advantage. November 17th, in Coburn Dinning hall, Relay for life held a “Paint Party” to raise money and awareness to the American Cancer Society. The event started at 6 […]

Now Playing: Interstellar
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Now Playing: Interstellar

By Eric Marcy, guest writer Though time may eventually prove the following statement wrong, it is not too far-fetched to argue that Interstellar is the work of a master craftsman who, at the same moment, has reached the heights of his technical ability and artistic ambition simultaneously. While Christopher Nolan’s love letter to space and the human spirit may bend […]

SGA officer election results announced
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SGA officer election results announced

Results of the Student Government Association officer elections were announced Nov. 17 in Brewer Dining Hall. The results are: SGA President – Holly Johnson “We’ve been given a unique opportunity with a new administration, to make transitions and create a stronger bond between students, their organizations and our school’s leadership,” said Johnson, junior business administration major. “I would also love […]

Students do hair and makeup before performing. Submitted Photo by Bridgette Steiner
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Behind the Scenes: These Shining Lives

Union University is presenting a play about the strength of women faced with death and how they choose to live their lives, said John Klonowski, visiting assistant professor of theatre. “These Shining Lives” by Melanie Marnich will be performed in the W. D. Powell Theatre through Nov. 18. “It’s the story of these women diagnosed with radium poisoning from working […]

Senior Recitals: Kaitlyn Pindak
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Senior Recitals: Kaitlyn Pindak

Kaitlyn Pindak can usually be seen around campus riding on her rollerblades, but come March she will be trading in her skates for an evening gown to perform in her senior recital. The exact date has not been set but Pindak, senior music education major, will spend the remainder of the fall semester preparing for her showcase. She has decided […]

Union University's women's cross country team comes home with a trophy after
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Women’s cross country claims school’s first GSC championship

On Saturday, Nov. 8th, the women’s cross country team was named the 2014 Gulf South Conference champions. This was the first GSC championship Union has received as an active member of NCAA Division II. The women’s team finished the race with a team time of 1:38:30:54. Audrey Hazlehurst, a senior pharmacy student, was the first member to cross the finish line with […]

Union volleyball concludes 2014 season
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Union volleyball concludes 2014 season

The 2014 Union University volleyball season has come to a conclusion with a final record of 8-24 and 3-17 in the Gulf South Conference. “I am continuing to lay the foundation, raise the levels of expectation for the team and learn what the team is capable of,” said head coach Tripp Swisher. “The record hasn’t been what we hoped, but […]