Award recognizes key partnership in Lincoln health care

Union College presented the  2019 Community Partnership Award to Bryan Health at an annual community breakfast event on Tuesday, February 5, recognizing Bryan Health’s long-term partnership with Union College to educate health care professionals.Mary UnegbuThat…

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Photo: Student participating in Music Festival 2017

Mid-America Music Festival—Jan. 30-Feb. 2

Students from academies and high schools across the Mid-America territory will descend on the Union College campus this week for the 66th Annual Music Festival, held January 30 – February 2. Each Seventh-day Adventist academy from…

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Collegedale wins volleyball and Campion wins soccer tournament

The Collegedale Academy Eagles from Collegedale, Tennessee, won the 2018 Union College Invitational Volleyball Tournament. The Campion Academy Cougars from Loveland, Colorado, won the 2018 Union College Invitational Soccer Tournament. The Collegedale Academy Eagles won…

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Selah to perform for “Family Worship” on October 19

Dove award-winning Christian vocal trio, Selah, will perform for Union College Family Worship in the College View Seventh-day Adventist Church on Friday, October 19, at 7:30 p.m. Known for their revival of hymns in Christian music,…

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Union College competition builds leadership skills in high schoolers

For high school students Savannah and Garrett Fortney from Lincoln, Union College’s first Leadership Experience proved to be an excellent training ground to learn how to be a better leader. The siblings from College View…

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Author of “The Terrorist’s Son” shares path to peace

Children often grow up watching their parents, aspiring to one day follow in their footsteps. As the all-too-common sayings go, “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree” and “like father, like son.” But for…

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Rebecca Meggers (second from left) was one of several Union Physician Assistant students who attended an annual PA conference in April.

Physician Assistants bring home a win

In April, Union College Physician Assistant students attended the Nebraska Academy of Physician Assistants (NAPA)’s annual spring Continuing Medical Education (CME) conference. The (CME) conference spanned four days that were filled with food, medical lectures and…

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Drs. Barry and Lisa Forbes receive President’s Award

Drs. Barry and Lisa Forbes have been the anchors of Union College’s Division of Business and Computer Science for more than 20 years—where Barry serves as the chair of the division and Lisa is a…

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Union College students win Leadership Challenge 2018

Union College won the Leadership Challenge in Topeka, Kan. this week. Ten talented student leaders participated in the challenge as part of their leadership minor coursework. The Union group divided into two teams and competed against 13…

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Union to participate in 10,000 Acts of Peace

What is an act of peace? A group of Union College students in the Amnesty/Tiny Hands International Club plan to help answer this question for Lincoln at the 10,000 Acts of Peace rally on April…

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Photo of a student in a suit holding a globe with a map behind him.

Redefining the mission field

Historically, we picture a mission field as a far-flung place where people need saving. But for many Union students like international relations major Jonathan Deemer, the mission field is everywhere: in our government, in our…

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Goldstein to speak for March 16 Power Pac

 By Yvonne Kanyi, student writer Clifford Goldstein, noted Seventh-day Adventist author and editor, will speak for Union’s March Power Pac event on Friday and Sabbath in the College View Church. For the first talk for Family…

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