Renowned musician is scheduled for an encore performance at Union College.
Union College has announced plans to bring a marching band to campus.
Help is on the way for community college students interested in transferring their credits or associate degree to Union College.
This year's spring play at Union College features students along with area residents. The production of "Beau Jest," written by James Sherman, is set to open at the end of February.
A brief, national spotlight on Union College has brought an unexpected amount of attention to the small liberal arts school and has boosted its president to near-celebrity status.
Coleman Elridge III, executive assistant to Gov. Steve Beshear, addressed the Union College community during Spring Convocation.
Union College is offering a tuition-free final semester to its freshmen, a group that President Marcia Hawkins is determined to present with diplomas in 2016.
Colmon Elridge III, executive assistant to Gov. Steve Beshear, will be the keynote speaker at Union College's annual Spring Convocation.
Union College assistant professor of religion and humanities, Jon Cooley, was recently awarded an Appalachian College Association fellowship.
Union College has released its fall 2012 Dean's List and list of Presidential Laureates.
Union College assistant professor of wellness, Jennifer Hatfield, Ph.D., was recently recognized for going above and beyond her regular classroom duties.
Award brings attention to Union's ties to the festival's history
Union College recently presented four local professionals with Excellence in Education Awards.
Anne Nurse, Ph.D., will speak at this year's Minorities Day lecture.
Dal Macon's work featured at the 2012 Contemporary Realism Biennial exhibit.
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