Community Partnership Award

Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals honored with Community Partnership Award

Photo above: Vinita Sauder, president of Union College (left), and Emily Rumery, director of Union’s Occupational Therapy Assistant Program (right), presented the 2024 Community Partnership Award to Chris Lee, COO and Vice President for Rehabilitation…

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HeartScan: a uniquely Union approach to mentorship

Last year, occupational therapy assistant major Hailey Erickson took biology from Professor Kelly McWilliams and loved the experience — so much, in fact, that she decided to ask McWilliams to be her Heartscan mentor.  HeartScan…

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Andrews boys and girls win the 2024 basketball tournament

The Andrews Academy Cardinals from Michigan won the boy’s and girl’s tournament bracket at the 2024 Union College Spring Basketball Tournament on Saturday night, February 17, 2024. The annual tournament got underway on Wednesday, February…

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Union Comes to You, Walla Walla

Walla Walla, here we come!

Please join LuAnn Davis and Claudia Osorio for a light supper, updates from Union College, and a bit of the Union Spirit on Sunday, March 10, 2024, at the Havstad Alumni Center, 20 SW 4th…

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New faculty help launch Master of Occupational Therapy

Dr. Kelly Little, Union’s newest professor, started her health care career early. “I was just 15 when I got my first CNA job,” Little said. “Then a year after high school, I joined the Navy.…

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Bringing the ancient world to life

Walking into Assistant Professor of Religion Dr. Trisha Broy’s office is like entering a miniature museum of archeology. She has trays of ancient ceramic shards, a stone ax head and even a mostly intact clay…

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VIDEO | Union theology students attend Adventist Society for Religious Studies

As part of their academic growth, Union theology majors and professors attended the Adventist Society for Religious Studies annual convention last fall in San Antonio. Here’s what they learned.

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VIDEO | His mother’s dream came true

She wanted her oldest son to go to a Christian school and the way opened up. Give to the Union College Fund or Student Scholarship Fund to support students like Gio.

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Senior feature: Arse Tufa

Arse Tufa (pronounced “Ar-say”) graduated in December a semester early. By mixing online courses with his in-person classes at Union, he’s completing his degree after just seven semesters despite switching majors, playing on the soccer team…

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VIDEO | Jacob Pittinger answers the call to pastoral ministry

Jacob felt called to be a pastor since he was a child. At Union College, he found a school that gave him the knowledge, tools and connections to reach that God-given calling.

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In it for the long run

On December 27, 2018, Craig Carr (class of 1991) went for a run. There was nothing remarkable about that. He’s always enjoyed physical activity and felt the need to exercise after all the excess calories…

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Union closed on Monday, Jan. 8, due to winter weather

The National Weather Service has predicted significant snowfall starting later this morning, which will continue throughout the day and overnight. Union College has canceled in-person classes and activities and closed offices for Monday, January 8, due to dangerous weather conditions.…

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