To bring awareness to domestic violence, Union College will host an event later this month featuring a survivor and her story.
Two representatives from Kentucky’s insurance exchange will present an information session at Union College later this month about the federal Affordable Care Act.
Bernadette Barton, Ph.D., professor of sociology and women’s studies at Morehead State University, will talk about challenges faced by gays and lesbians growing up in the Bible Belt.
Jack J. Early, Union College class of 1948, portrayed Daniel Boone and led the parade on horseback that same year, honoring Boone’s heritage and setting forth a tradition.
October is recognized nationally as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and Union College, along with the Knox County community, signed a proclamation this week declaring it locally as well.
Union College student Kimberly Alexander recently presented at the Appalachian College Association-University of North Carolina, Asheville Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Union College recently announced it has received a grant to enhance the newly introduced student success program, Union College Experience.
Union College has announced the schedule of events for this year’s homecoming, with many new events included.
A Union College staff member was recently appointed by Gov. Beshear’s office as a board member with the Kentucky Communities Crisis Response Board.
Next week, Union College will host a jazz trio as the first of many arts and cultural events for the year.
The U.S. Department of Commerce announced that Union College has received a $1.5 million grant.
Union College hosted about 500 Knox Central High School students Wednesday to celebrate the launch of PartnerCorps.
Keynote speaker Walter Crouch, Ph.D., issued this simple, yet meaningful challenge and encouraged students to measure success not by materials gains, but by interpersonal growth achieved through volunteer work.
On Tuesday, during a special called Knox County Board of Education meeting, 27 Lynn Camp and Knox Central high school students were officially accepted to Union as part of the new Early Start Program.
This summer, ASP again moved to campus for several weeks, repairing 14 homes with the help of 501 volunteers.
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