Read about Gunnar Adalberth (UU class of 1987) and his role as UPS director of business development for the London Olympics.
Union University sophomore Ian Draper and other volunteers from Illinois Baptist churches partnered with a London church to reach people with the gospel during the Olympics.
Union nursing students spend honeymoon as part of medical mission team
Four years after almost dying in a tornado, David Wilson is set to graduate from Union University
Experience Bulldog Spirit at Union University through the eyes of Antoine Hall, Chase Tuggle, and Treasure Hightower.
Learn more about the Bulldog Beats group that plays at various Union sporting events.
Take a look at how a Day of Remembrance project is helping Hands Up!, a new Jackson preschool for at-risk children.
Alumnus John C. Huffman, who was a junior ministerial student that Sunday in 1941, recalls how the attack affected Union.
Experience Union's new string quartet and get excited for the future of the music department as they work toward a full orchestra.
Listen as Micah Watson describes his research as a Madison Fellow at Princeton University on the writings of 17th century philosopher John Locke.
Jesse Myers gives an inside look at serving as a barista at Barefoots Joe.
Barefoots Joe Barista and Christian Studies major Jesse Myers explains the dynamics behind a good cup of coffee, from extraction theory to espresso, and the Spanish name for miele. Learn what's inside the cup!
Transitioning to college life can be difficult. Wil Sloan and Lauren Reeves share how Life Groups at Union University help make that transition smoother.
Hear Roger Stanley describe his work in the field of creative non-fiction that focused on singer/songwriter Lucinda Williams.
Whitney Williams and Tremaine Baltimore describes what Union's chapel means to them.
Union volleyball coach Kelly Elliot remains cancer free almost three years after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
Follow Janie Barnhart as she experiences her first day of college class at Union.
Theresa Blakley discusses the first draft of a novel she wrote in connection with the study of trauma-faith-resilience in the field of social work.
During the summer of 2011, Junior Claudia Velasco served as an intern with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute in Washington, D.C.
Follow incoming freshman Christian Leake as he transitions to life at Union.
A team of 10 from Union traveled to Tuscaloosa Aug. 3-5, 2011 to help the city in its recovery efforts from an April 27 tornado that caused massive damage, destroying more than 5,000 buildings and killing more than 40 people.
Listen to Stephen Carls describe his study of Europe at war from 1914-1945.