The Concordiensis

New Steinmetz category gives the people what they want

Bernadette Bruu, Arts Editor

October 10, 2019

On Thursday at approximately The Steinmetz Committee announced on Monday that they are now accepting proposals for a new subcategory within the Visual and Performing Arts departments. Projects will be varied in medium but singular ...

Two views on the fence: A tribute to President Abraham Lincoln

Daniel Greenman, Contributing Writer

October 3, 2019

Union’s architecture reflects its historic status. The school has inspired alumni older the electrical grid to now to do great things with great responsibility. From always-mentioned-first Nott Memorial–one of the country...

Union College confirms that an army of ants is building ISEC

Emily Andrews, Contributing Writer

September 26, 2019

In the spring of 2019, amidst the warm weather and social events, many Union students recall the terror that swept the school. Students cowered in the masses of ants that would claim the Wold tables, resulting in massive displ...

Pyramid sculpture near Greek row named cultural heritage site

Caleb Seyour, Staff Writer

May 23, 2019

UNESCO is at it again folks and this year’s list of World Heritage Sites is wilder than ever. Notably, Union College got a nod, with its pyramid sculpture winning “Most Important Cultural Landmark of All Time.” Based on new archaeo...

Lobsterfest to offer breakable plastic casing on all non-shellfish food

Zachary Nislick, Columnist

May 23, 2019

To make this year’s Lobsterfest a real unique eating experience, all food besides Lobster will be served in a breakable plastic casing so everyone can feel the satisfaction of cracking something open to access their food. T...

Mailroom announces groundbreaking drone delivery system

David Khazen, Staff Writer

May 23, 2019

Every student on campus is familiar with the struggle of getting a package from the mailroom. You always seem to get that “pick up your package” email at the most inconvenient times. Sometimes you’re in class all day and j...

Greek alumni wander campus after discovering organization no longer exists

Colin Brownlee, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019

Over the weekend, hundreds of alumni returned to campus, many of whom were in Greek organizations. Planning on returning to their former houses to relive the glory days and partake in old shenanigans, many were dumbfounded to arrive at ...

Yikes: student realizes he doesn’t know anyone at party, kicks himself out

David Khazen, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019

Every male student on campus knows those dreaded words. You walk up to the front door of the party and are greeted by two foreboding figures, staring at you menacingly, judging your every move. You slowly walk up the steps, tr...

New report finds entire class could be taught through one email

Andrew Wojtowicz, 807 Editor

May 9, 2019

In a new report found by graduate students at MIT, it was discovered that some classes could be taught through just a singular email at the beginning of the term. As colleges across the country look to more efficient ways of ...

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