What do “Ghostbusters,” “The Love Bug” and “The Blues Brothers” have in common? More than likely, the answer is not much, but at Rusty’s TV & Movie Car Museum in Jackson, the flicks’ iconic automobiles rest together, ready for tours from children and traveling fanatics. [more]
The start of a new millennium: The year 2000. When the past decade is analyzed, several events will jump off the pages of the history books. Merely 10 years ago, the world was remarkably different. What were the top news stories of 2000?
The sound of squeals and laughter filled the Bowld Student Commons, Dec. 2, during the Student Activities Council’s largest Carl Perkins Christmas Party in Union’s history. This year, 56 children from the center visited Union for a time of celebration and fun. [more]
Twice a week, three to six Union students teach art and reading to children living at the Dream Center — a shelter for women and children located on Old Hickory Boulevard. The focus of the program is not simply to teach art and reading, but to love the children and see them grow.
For men’s basketball team at Union, the 2010-2011 season may be known as a rebuilding year. With the loss of senior players last year, new leaders step up on the court. Seniors Stan McNeil, sports marketing major, and Roland Banhoro, marketing major, are facing the challenge. [more]
Merideth Jacobs is on the hardcourt, exhorting her team to finish strong. As time winds down, reserves play out the final few minutes. Jacobs, a 2009 graduate, is entering her second year coaching women’s basketball at South Gibson County High School. [more]
Since the development of electronic devices, our lives have changed significantly. We live and breathe technology. Libraries are working toward giving more people the ability to read books on their electronic devices by turning their books into “soft copies.”