Phyllis Davenport retires after 30 years at Union Phyllis Davenport retires after 30 years at Union
Men’s and women’s basketball victorious over CBU Men’s and women’s basketball victorious over CBU
All The Indians, Thomas Griffith Perform at Barefoots Thomas Griffith, Audrey McKnight and Rob and Jay Griffith perform at Barefoots Joe
Intramural basketball season underway despite icy weather delay Intramural basketball season underway despite icy weather delay
News Student Senate passes resolutions for Bibles, chairs

Student Senate passes resolutions for Bibles, chairs

The second Student Senate meeting of the semester may have been short, but no less significant. There were two resolutions presented before the Senate. Ben Melton, sophomore biology major, proposed a resolution to put Bibles in the G.M. Savage Memorial Chapel. It was passed with an amendment lowering the cost of the Bibles from $10.00 to $1.50. Will Duncan, senior engineering […]

Arts & Entertainment Thomas Griffith, Audrey McKnight and Rob and Jay Griffith perform at Barefoots Joe

All The Indians, Thomas Griffith Perform at Barefoots

Old friends and new faces both performed on the Barefoots stage Friday, Feb. 27. All the Indians and Union’s own Thomas Griffith, which consist of Union students and alumni, gave smooth performances for theis year’s second Scholars weekend. Fans, students and scholars packed the coffee shop to hear the two acts perform. The concert was a part of Scholars of […]

Sports Men’s and women’s basketball victorious over CBU

Men’s and women’s basketball victorious over CBU

On Thursday, Feb. 25 the men’s and women’s basketball teams were victorious over Christian Brothers University. The Union University men’s basketball team finished the regular season Thursday night by bringing home a 75-62 win against CBU. Within the first minute of the game, Union’s Marterrace Brock, junior guard and sports management major, hit a three pointer, however Christian Brothers was able to push […]

Life Phyllis Davenport retires after 30 years at Union

Phyllis Davenport retires after 30 years at Union

  Almost every Union student recognizes Phyllis Davenport as one of the ladies who always stood at the back door of chapel swiping student identification cards. After nearly 31 years of employment, Davenport has retired from her job at Union as the chapel facilitator and coordinator for campus events. Davenport began her time at Union doing some of the same […]

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Student Senate passes resolutions for Bibles, chairs
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Student Senate passes resolutions for Bibles, chairs

The second Student Senate meeting of the semester may have been short, but no less significant. There were two resolutions presented before the Senate. Ben Melton, sophomore biology major, proposed a resolution to put Bibles in the G.M. Savage Memorial Chapel. It was passed with an amendment lowering the cost of the Bibles from $10.00 to $1.50. Will Duncan, senior engineering […]

Now Spinning: The Weepies
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Now Spinning: The Weepies

Folk-pop duo Deb Talan and Steven Tannen, also known as The Weepies, are back with a new album, Sirens, after a five-year hiatus. The pair met in 2002 when Tannen was solo touring in Massachusetts, which led to a songwriting partnership and the beginning of their unique musical sound. Known for their rich harmonies and whimsical, acoustic-based music, The Weepies […]

Freshman Friday: Carson Brown
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Freshman Friday: Carson Brown

Carson Brown, freshman engineering major and Spanish minor, is beginning her second semester at Union. Originally from Cunningham, Kentucky, Brown became familiar with Union after attending FUGE Camp in middle school. “Distance from family is probably the hardest thing for me,” Brown said about being away at college. In high school, Brown played volleyball and tennis and enjoyed involvement with […]

New leadership bring changes to Women’s Cooperative
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New leadership bring changes to Women’s Cooperative

This semester’s women’s cooperative took a new direction with the leaving of former leader Keely Beasley and the transition to student leaders. Keely Beasley, the former director of women’s cooperative,  moved to Pennsylvania with her husband and left the leadership up to a group of young women who have been trained to take over the leading of the program. This […]

National Model Congress students gather together together for a quick photo before leaving for trip. | Photo by Victor Miller, Staff Photographer
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Union Students to Compete in D.C.: National Model Congress

On Feb. 26-28 six Union students will join peers from across the country to represent Union in Washington D.C. for the first annual National Model Congress conference held at the Capitol. The conference is a model simulation of  the U.S. Congress. Members represent current congressmen and have the opportunity to write, debate and vote on bills through the legislative process. “Basically we want […]

Guthrie taught a class composed of Jewish and Arab pastors|submitted photo by George Guthrie
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Professor uses break to teach, encourage pastors in Israel

George Guthrie, Benjamin W. Perry professor of Bible, spent part of his Christmas break walking where Jesus walked and teaching where Jesus taught. Israel College of the Bible in Netanya, Israel invited Guthrie to teach a four day class on the book of Hebrews to Jewish and Arab pastors. He and his wife Pam spent 12 days in the country. […]

Lee Benson art exhibit inspired by salvation, self-reflection
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Lee Benson art exhibit inspired by salvation, self-reflection

Students and faculty gathered in the Union University Art Gallery Feb. 23 to learn about Lee Benson’s latest art exhibit: “I Finally Made It to God.” Benson is a professor of art and department chairman. The exhibit is the product of over five years of work and self-reflection. Benson’s inspiration for the pieces came from his journey to salvation and his relationship […]