Imagine a world where hate wins, where one must choose friends based on skin color and where a college education is not a right extended equally. No imagining is necessary after visiting the National Civil Rights Museum in downtown Memphis. [more]
Every semester students return excited to see their friends and ready to be back at school. However, school can sometimes become a place too familiar, even humdrum. However, there is one thing students can still do that could radically change their semester.
After braving icy roads, Jackson residents waited to get their hands on the latest model of the iPhone 4, which was made available Feb. 10. Originally, Apple released the first iPhone model in June 2007 with AT&T as the exclusive wireless service provider.
Jason Castles, director of Student Leadership Development, does not take the job of serving students lightly. Along with serving students, Castles said he enjoys ministering on Monday nights through West Jackson Baptist Church’s Hartland outreach program. [more]
Silver stilettos and polished black shoes tread confidently across the red carpet at the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Memphis, Feb. 22. Hundreds came out for the premiere of “The Grace Card,” a feature-length movie set and filmed in Memphis. [more]
Recent changes to security have made some uncomfortable, especially with the addition of body scanners. The scanners prompted questions of privacy and ethics for many people. On Feb. 1, the TSA released new advanced imaging-technology software. [more]
Union University athletics have always been something to be excited about. For a while now though something else has allowed students and parents to get even more thrilled: sports broadcasts. Baseball, soccer, volleyball, softball and basketball home games are now available to be screened live online. [more]