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VIDEO: 9/11 remembered in stair climb at Union

Union College staff and students found a profound way to remember the first responders who entered the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001. The event was sponsored by the International Rescue and Relief Outdoor Club.

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Photo of a 2019 Union College graduate standing in front of the college entrance.

Union again listed as “Best Value” by U.S. News

For the second year in a row, Union College was designated one of the best values in American higher education in U.S. News and World Report’s annual rankings. Placing Union near the top its category…

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Wayne and Harriett Hooper: Quiet champions for Adventist education

Wayne Hooper’s love for music was no secret. Best known as a gospel music composer and member of the King’s Heralds quartet, the 1949 Union College graduate authored nine books of hymn arrangements as well…

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VIDEO: Stephanie goes to Malawi

International Rescue and Relief major Stephanie Pflugrad tells how a semester of training in Malawi prepared her in a very practical way for a life of service.

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Caleb Woods

A soldier fights for his (new) life

Caleb Woods, a military veteran and freshman international rescue and relief major, wrote about his first day at Union College. We thought it was worth sharing.

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VIDEO: Colleges share rescue skills at International Pathfinder Camporee

Union College teamed up with Pacific Union College to present a two-hour training course for the Basic Rescue Honor at the International Pathfinder Camporee in Oshkosh. A team of 11 faculty and students from both colleges kept things interesting for a total of 640 attendees.

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Photo of Union College students serving during Project Impact.

Get ready for Project Impact, Sept. 12

It’s a day set aside for service to begin each year, encouraging students to connect with and create relationships with agencies that serve our community.

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Union OTA program launch delayed until January 2020

Union College leadership has announced that the college’s new occupational therapy assistant program will now launch in January of 2020, one semester later than previously planned.

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VIDEO: Balloon release ends dedication service for freshmen and their parents

Parents experienced an emotional ending to a dedication service marking the start of the 2019-2020 school year as they and their students released their hope and dreams to God symbolized by biodegradable balloons.

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Cousteau to speak for 2019 Leadership Symposium

The former entertainment reporter now wields broadcast and social media to save the world.

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VIDEO: Active Life. Active Mind.

At Union College, we believe that learning to stay active and healthy is an important part of your educational experience. And you’ll have plenty of opportunities to enjoy outdoor and indoor fitness options in and around campus.

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Madison Wagnaar at graduation

Déjà-vu or Destiny?

Was it déjà-vu or destiny? Recently Madison Wagnaar ‘16—a marketing associate for FTI consulting in Denver, Colorado—was instantaneously transported back to a Union College classroom, a memory of an intense discussion with Professor Barry Forbes and her classmates.

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