The Concordiensis

Union groups take part in local annual March for Women’s Rights

Hannah Hoyt, Contributing Writer

January 23, 2020

Chants of “Love, not hate, makes America great” and “What do we want? Justice. When do we want it? Now!” could be heard throughout the Stockade area of Schenectady as an estimated 300 people came out in freezing weather to at...

The history of David Rossell, Union’s first enrolled black student

Emily Coello, Contributing Writer

January 23, 2020

When David Rosell transferred to Union College in 1859, the alleged story is that the Southern student population found themselves angry that a black student had enrolled. Rosell did not disclose that he was black, but claimed t...

Docent talks give context and analysis to identity-driven art

Mitchell Famulare, Arts Editor

January 23, 2020

As part of the closing of the exhibit, which was on display for nearly five months, the Mandeville Gallery conducted their work study student-run docent talks on Thursday, January 16 for “Embody.” Curated by Julie Lohnes, “Embody” e...

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...

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