The Concordiensis

Union moves to expel John Doe

Alex Appel, Editor in Chief

October 27, 2019

Union College is attempting to expel the student who sued them for alleged disability discrimination for violating the Honor Code. The student, who filed the lawsuit under the pseudonym John Doe, was found guilty of cheating o...

Body image addressed in workshop hosted by students

Megan Brown, News Editor

October 10, 2019

The Body Project, a club with a mission address eating disorders, hosted workshops on Tuesday October 1 and Sunday October 6 in Breazzano House. These event were hosted by three trained peer leaders and people of all sexes and...

Student assaulted at off-campus fraternity house party

Daniel Wilcox, News Editor

September 26, 2019

Landon Tucker ’22 “never liked the idea of fraternities,” but decided he would “give them a chance” one night. On the night of Friday, September 13, he went to a party at 821 Union Street, an off-campus fraternity ho...

225th Convocation starts off year

Daniel Wilcox, News Editor

September 19, 2019

The 225th Convocation was held Tuesday, September 10, 2019 opening the new academic year at Union. First year students, assembled into their Minerva Houses, were led into Memorial Chapel by President David Harris and other Uni...

William Seward, Harriet Tubman statue unveiled at library

Kristin Hazelton, Contributing Writer

May 23, 2019

The Schenectady County Public Library received an new addition to its campus this past Friday. The library was chosen to be the site of a new statue featuring Harriet Tubman and William Seward, class of 1820. According to Emeritu...

Dinner & dialogue around diversity: What makes something funny?

Sarah Tritt, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019

What makes something funny? This was the question raised Tuesday night, at dinner and discussion around diversity, a weekly event put on by Union’s Campus Protestant Ministry. George Woodzell, a member of the Schenectady com...

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