Similar to “Whose Line Is It Anyway,” the performance “Whose Bongo Is It Anyway” filled the W.D. Powell Theater with laughter and applause as Alpha Psi Omega, the theater honor fraternity, held its third annual improvisation event, April 19. [more]
Ema VanCleave, residence director of female quads, and her husband, Tim VanCleave, have opened up their home and lives to hundreds of students throughout their time at Union and now feel it is their time to move on to a new season of life. [more]
The Union women’s basketball team has showed talent and excellent play on the court over the past few years, but the women on the squad have shown brilliance off the court as well. One of its players, Kayla Bryant, wants to go into ministry working with orphanages. [more]
Tony Dungy, former NFL coach, was the keynote speaker for Union’s Roy L. White Legacy Golf and Gala, April 18. Dungy and his wife spoke on the importance of supporting Christian education and how adults need to be involved in the lives of America’s youth. [more]
Two Union athletes — Kayla Hudson, senior political science major, and Micah Gentle, senior Christian studies major — were chosen as “Union Athletes of the Year” at the Jackson-Madison County Sports Hall of Fame luncheon for their successes this athletic season. [more]
With spring here and summer just around the corner, students are spending more time outside enjoying the warm weather. And although sunshine is good for the body, excessive amounts of sun can be detrimental to one’s health.
Ryan Oetting, senior digital media studies major, embarks on an adventure to restore an antique print shop in Green Frog Historic Southern Village. He is partnering with Union art students in order to help bring the shop back to life. [more]