Diverse speakers address “sex, society and marriage” in Town and Gown series Diverse speakers address “sex, society and marriage” in Town and Gown series
Baseball and softball to face University of Alabama Huntsville this weekend Baseball and softball to face University of Alabama Huntsville this weekend
Student ensembles perform in Spring choral concert Student ensembles perform in Spring choral concert
SGA and MOSAIC to host Cardinal Ball SGA and MOSAIC to host Cardinal Ball
News Diverse speakers address “sex, society and marriage” in Town and Gown series

Diverse speakers address “sex, society and marriage” in Town and Gown series

A variety of speakers’ perspectives adds diversity to the discussion of sex, marriage and society in the ongoing Town and Gown series April 9-May 7. Justin Barnard, associate professor of philosophy at Union and associate dean of the Institute for Intellectual Discipleship, said that part of the goal of each Town and Gown series is to present timely topics and “approach it from […]

Arts & Entertainment Student ensembles perform in Spring choral concert

Student ensembles perform in Spring choral concert

Each semester at Union, the music department provides new opportunities to experience music performed by students. The department held it’s Spring Choral Concert this Thursday, April 16 at First Baptist Church. The concert featured three of Union’s choirs; Cantilena, men’s choir, and University Singers. Chris Mathews, associate professor and department chair, said the concerts are meant to be both educational […]

Sports Baseball and softball to face University of Alabama Huntsville this weekend

Baseball and softball to face University of Alabama Huntsville this weekend

As their conference season starts to come to a close, the Union baseball and softball teams prepare to travel and compete against the University of Alabama Huntsville Chargers this coming weekend. The Lady Bulldogs have a tough weekend ahead of them as they take on the No. 2 team in the GSC, UAH. The Chargers enter this weekend with an […]

Life SGA and MOSAIC to host Cardinal Ball

SGA and MOSAIC to host Cardinal Ball

Elegance, dancing and fellowship among students is returning to Union April 25 as SGA and MOSAIC partner to host the Cardinal Ball.The event will take place from 8 p.m.-11 p.m. at the New Southern Building in Jackson, and tickets are now available for purchase for individuals as well as couples outside Brewer dining hall. Clare Williams, junior intercultural studies major […]

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