Learning to Balance Academic and Athletic Lives at Mount Union
Are you planning to be a student-athlete in college? Juggling schoolwork and sports throughout college can be a workload. Current student-athletes share their advice with Fatima Magana on how to balance academic and athletic workloads in college.
Mount Union Named One of 82 Best Institutions Nationwide for Civic Engagement
The University of Mount Union has been recognized by the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge for having a Highly Established Action Plan during the 2022 election cycle. Only 82 institutions across the country have currently earned this prestigious recognition.
We Are PRMB! How to Prep for Band Camp
Emily Shar '24 and other members of the marching band leadership share their favorite parts of the experience and give advice on how to prepare for the upcoming season.
Mount Union Students Research Gender and Literature for Sit Lux Summer Program
Back for its second year, the Sit Lux Initiative for Interdisciplinary Innovation Projects (Sit Lux) at the University of Mount Union funded three diverse and impactful interdisciplinary research projects, allowing students the opportunity to work with professors on a unique topic of interested during the summer. One of the three topics chosen was, “How does literature (along with other forms of media) inform our understanding, use, and empathy towards the use of preferred pronouns?”
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Mount Union hosts Sit Lux Reception
One of the Sit Lux research three groups, comprised of participants, Madison Luthy '23, Axel Magarrell '24 and Samuel Nucerino '23, presented on the biomedical engineering and nursing Clinical Immersion Program they researched by attending different hospitals.
Mount Union Professor Wins $1000 Grant at CIC Institute
Dr. Scott Gravlee, associate professor of philosophy at the University of Mount Union, won a $1000 grant at last summer’s New Currents in Teaching Philosophy conference as part of the Council of Independent Colleges Institute for his Philosophy as a Way of Life (PWOL) project.
Martin '25 Named Carnation Queen
Mount Union sophomore Kayla Martin '25, of Alliance, was named the 2022 Carnation Queen for the City of Alliance. | Photo Courtesy Michael Skolosh, The Alliance Review
Nurses at Mount Union Learn to Work with the Coronavirus
Students Allison Waggoner ‘23 and Leeah Dulaney ‘23 discuss their experiences in the nursing field along with how the coronavirus pandemic impacted their academic, professional, and personal lives.
Mount Union Students Organize and Lead Football Camps in their Hometowns
This summer, three Mount Union student-athletes, Treyon Davis and Anthony “Deuce” Parker, rising juniors, and Verquatice "Duke" Hill, rising senior hosted their own free football camps back in their hometowns to give back to the communities that watched them grow up and have supported their dreams and goals.
Mount Union Senior Class Honors Late Classmate Through Scholarship
Students in the University of Mount Union’s Class of 2022 dedicated their class gift in honor of their late classmate, Sydney Kleptach.
Hoffman ‘22 and Stitzel ’22 “Bridge the Gap” by Winning Poster Competition at International Conference
PITTSBURGH, PA – The University of Mount Union’s civil engineering student group was one of two winners for the International Bridge Conference’s (IBC) James D. Cooper student poster competition, which is open to college engineering students worldwide. With less than 20 total winners of the James D. Cooper competition, the group made history as the first Mount Union students to receive this honor.