Human Resources has scheduled a number of sessions to
provide information on benefits changes. For more information, contact HR at
ext. 6108 or visit their Web site at www.union.edu/PUBLIC/HRDEPT.Read More
Students of Webster House are converting their residence
hall into a haunted house for youngsters on Sunday, Oct. 31, from 1 to 4
At the same time, students in Davidson, Fox, South, West
and Richmond halls will open their doors to trick-or-treaters.
Students will help escort young goblins on campus and
through the buildings.Read More
Oct. 18, 1999
1. The minutes of Oct. 11 were approved.
2. The final draft of the AAC written
response to the Sociology external review was approved.
3. The policy for students with learning
and physical disabilities was discussed.
4. The committee discussed athletic
practice and travel time on class/lab attendance.
5. Tenure line allocation discussions
The trolley that will serve as the new campus
shuttle needs a name.
The 24-passenger vehicle will be parked starting Monday
in front of Reamer Campus Center, where students may submit nominations to
name the vehicle.
Entries are to be forwarded to the Student Forum for
selection with the winner to be announced at the end of the week. The
winning entry will receive prizes including a TV and credit toward their
declining balance account donated by Dining Services.
Robert Tomeck, campus safety supervisor, has coordinated
the acquisition of the trolley. A number of members of the Facilities
Services staff contributed to the restoration of the vehicle, he said. The
trolley had been used most recently for tours of Cleveland's waterfront.
Trolley hours will be 6 p.m. to 2 a.m., Sunday through
Thursday; and 6 p.m. to 4 a.m. Friday and Saturday. The route plan may
include stops at neighboring businesses during the shuttle hours, Tomeck
said, and the schedule may be expanded to include trips to area shopping
The trolley also may be used for a variety of campus
functions such as admissions and alumni tours, Tomeck said. Trustees last
week used the newly refurbished vehicle to tour the College Park
neighborhood where the College has begun the Union-Schenectady Initiative.Read More
This season, when a hockey player takes a seat in
the penalty box, it's for a good cause.
Every minute a Union hockey player spends in the penalty
box means more money for the fight against Multiple Sclerosis.
Alpha Epsilon Pi is hoping to raise more than $1,500
from pledges and donations to its “Pennies for Penalty Minutes”
Last season, the Dutchmen spent over 600 minutes in the
Signups are at tables in the Reamer Campus Center or by
contacting Joe Ehrlich '01 at ext. 5696 or at email@example.com.Read More