Rivera announced as assistant baseball coach Rivera announced as assistant baseball coach
Women’s basketball and softball add new assistant coaches Women’s basketball and softball add new assistant coaches
Loved ones honored through theater at ‘Grief on Stage’ Loved ones honored through theater at ‘Grief on Stage’
Political science department hosts lecture on Obama’s policies Political science department hosts lecture on Obama’s policies
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Political science department hosts lecture on Obama’s policies

About 30 students gathered Sept. 18 in Penick Academic Complex D-53 for a lecture which centered on the actions and policies of President Barack Obama. The lecture was titled “An Imperial Presidency?: Unilateral Decision Making and Constitutional Limits” and was hosted by the political science department in honor of Constitution Week. Sean Evans, associate professor of political science and department chair, […]

Arts & Entertainment Loved ones honored through theater at ‘Grief on Stage’

Loved ones honored through theater at ‘Grief on Stage’

Laughter and tears filled the W.D. Powell Theatre Thursday evening as stories of love and loss were shared by audience members and then acted out on stage. “Playback Memphis is coming to teach us to learn to listen richly and deeply to the stories of pain and traumatic loss in the lives of real people,” said Terry Blakley, professor of […]

Sports Rivera announced as assistant baseball coach

Rivera announced as assistant baseball coach

Union University recently announced Brance Rivera as the new assistant coach to the men’s baseball team. He joins head coach Lee Driggers in leading the team in the first full year of NCAA Division II eligibility, an opportunity he says he is very excited about. “Union is a great place – a great school with an awesome atmosphere,” said Rivera. […]

Life University Ministries offers 11 GO Trips

University Ministries offers 11 GO Trips

Union University announced GO Trips this week as part of the GO Week festivities. The 11 trips are oriented around one of three goals: living, learning or serving. “Why would you not go?” said Dr. Taylor Worley, associate dean for University Ministries and assistant professor of Christian Thought & Tradition and team leader of this year’s South Africa trip. “You’ll be in […]

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It’s a conversation going on in newsrooms around the world: To print or go online? This semester, the Cardinal & Cream addressed the question by moving to an online format, with a semesterly magazine. C&C readers Ward Howard, senior physics major, and Kenan Keller, senior history education major, both wrote to us with their thoughts, asking for data and offering […]

Now Playing: The Giver
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With dystopian science fiction films featuring teenaged protagonists becoming all the rage over the last several years in Hollywood, it really is a shame that one of the better adaptations to come out of the recent craze (as well as by far the subgenre’s finest literary example) seems to be slipping under the radar. Phillip Noyce’s interpretation of Lois Lowry’s […]

Pilot program offers theological training for Deaf communities
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Pilot program offers theological training for Deaf communities

For Nick Jungheim, being Deaf and holding a Master of Divinity degree was not enough to effectively minister to Deaf communities. For eight years, Jungheim struggled to teach the Bible in two Deaf ministries in Duncan and Lawton, Okla., but “nothing worked.” Jungheim and five others graduated in August from a pilot program for a Certificate in Theological Education for […]

University Ministries offers 11 GO Trips
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University Ministries offers 11 GO Trips

Union University announced GO Trips this week as part of the GO Week festivities. The 11 trips are oriented around one of three goals: living, learning or serving. “Why would you not go?” said Dr. Taylor Worley, associate dean for University Ministries and assistant professor of Christian Thought & Tradition and team leader of this year’s South Africa trip. “You’ll be in […]

Church Relations office changes location, name
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Church Relations office changes location, name

This fall, the Office of Spiritual Life and Office of Church Relations have come together in one building to merge into the Office of University Ministries. This office focuses on diversifying Union’s campus and encouraging spiritual leadership among faculty, staff and students. Todd Brady, vice president for University Ministries, said this transition has been in the works since 2013 when […]

Union athletes receive GSC weekly award
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Union athletes receive GSC weekly award

Elise Seufert, a junior social work major on the volleyball team, and Emily Waggoner, a junior athletic training major on the women’s soccer team, were recognized by the Gulf South Conference this past week for their athletic performance during the first week of play for both teams. Seufert earned the title Defensive Player of the Week as she lead the […]

Barefoots Joe offers new coffee
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Barefoots Joe offers new coffee

Barefoots Joe is debuting six new coffees this fall from Mexico, Columbia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Costa Rica and Ethiopia. While the coffee drink options remain the same, different base coffees from semester to semester add different nuances. The difference come from the the coffee varieties and country origins. It all starts with 10 coffees selected at the beginning of each semester to sample for […]