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Sophomore Kieler Henry, DMS major, and Freshman Tara Daniel, nursing major, practice for the student directed one act <em>What did you say what for?</em> directed by Jill Casey.    - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Sophomore Kieler Henry, DMS major, and Freshman Tara Daniel, nursing major, practice for the student directed one act What did you say what for? directed by Jill Casey. - Heather Phillips
Freshman Tara Daniel, nursing major, and Sophomore Kieler Henry, DMS major, practice for the student directed one act <em>What did you say what for?</em> directed by Jill Casey. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Freshman Tara Daniel, nursing major, and Sophomore Kieler Henry, DMS major, practice for the student directed one act What did you say what for? directed by Jill Casey. - Heather Phillips
Junior Katie Mathis, theatre/speech major, constructs the set for a one act that she directed.  - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Junior Katie Mathis, theatre/speech major, constructs the set for a one act that she directed. - Heather Phillips
Sophomore Adam Robinson, business major, cleans off one of the cross beams in the barracks at Youth Town for his Day of Remembrance project. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Sophomore Adam Robinson, business major, cleans off one of the cross beams in the barracks at Youth Town for his Day of Remembrance project. - Heather Phillips
Freshman Pamela Penrose, psychology major, puts up some books in the library at Jackson Central-Merry High School during her Day of Remembrance project.    - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Freshman Pamela Penrose, psychology major, puts up some books in the library at Jackson Central-Merry High School during her Day of Remembrance project. - Heather Phillips
Sophomore Katie McHugh, education major, washes off the crossbeams in a barracks at Youth Town on Day of Remembrance. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Sophomore Katie McHugh, education major, washes off the crossbeams in a barracks at Youth Town on Day of Remembrance. - Heather Phillips
Freshman Molly Burns, undecided major, wipes down one of the tables in the barracks at Youth Town for her Day of Remembrance project. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Freshman Molly Burns, undecided major, wipes down one of the tables in the barracks at Youth Town for her Day of Remembrance project. - Heather Phillips
Freshman Whitney Jones, biology major, and Freshman Ashley Bruski, education major, sweep up during their Day of Remembrance project at Youth Town.   - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Freshman Whitney Jones, biology major, and Freshman Ashley Bruski, education major, sweep up during their Day of Remembrance project at Youth Town. - Heather Phillips
Freshman Brittaney Cole, undecided major, and Freshman Kristen Walker, nursing major, clean up the waiting room at Youth Town for a Day of Remembrance project.  - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Freshman Brittaney Cole, undecided major, and Freshman Kristen Walker, nursing major, clean up the waiting room at Youth Town for a Day of Remembrance project. - Heather Phillips
Junior Emily Watlington, social work major, helps Ernestine Pendergrass with her Bingo card while Amanda Scott, employee of West Tennessee Legal Services, announces the numbers. Sue Pounds and Dorothy Witman enjoy playing Bingo with Watlington as well.  - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Junior Emily Watlington, social work major, helps Ernestine Pendergrass with her Bingo card while Amanda Scott, employee of West Tennessee Legal Services, announces the numbers. Sue Pounds and Dorothy Witman enjoy playing Bingo with Watlington as well. - Heather Phillips
Wanna Tarpley plays Bingo during one of Union's Day of Remembrance projects at Elm Croft Assitant Living Home.  - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Wanna Tarpley plays Bingo during one of Union's Day of Remembrance projects at Elm Croft Assitant Living Home. - Heather Phillips
Sophomore Ellen Kay, digital media studies major, and Freshman Allison Forrest, art major, attempt to help the art students with their texture assignments at Jackson Central-Merry High School for the Day of Remembrance.    - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Sophomore Ellen Kay, digital media studies major, and Freshman Allison Forrest, art major, attempt to help the art students with their texture assignments at Jackson Central-Merry High School for the Day of Remembrance. - Heather Phillips
LaTorya Fuller (15) tries to pass the ball to Natanya Smith (32) during the homecoming basketball game.           - Photo by Heather Phillips
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LaTorya Fuller (15) tries to pass the ball to Natanya Smith (32) during the homecoming basketball game. - Heather Phillips
The Union University Lady Bulldogs hold their championship banner proudly during a ceremony before the homecoming basketball game.   - Photo by Heather Phillips
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The Union University Lady Bulldogs hold their championship banner proudly during a ceremony before the homecoming basketball game. - Heather Phillips
Merideth Richardson (31) tries to get past one of the opposing guards during the homecoming basketball game at Union.      - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Merideth Richardson (31) tries to get past one of the opposing guards during the homecoming basketball game at Union. - Heather Phillips
The African Street Festival venders had many objects that were imported from Africa. Some of the things sold included tribal masks, jewelry, lotions, and works of art.               - Photo by Heather Phillips
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The African Street Festival venders had many objects that were imported from Africa. Some of the things sold included tribal masks, jewelry, lotions, and works of art. - Heather Phillips
Josh Reedy, lead singer of DecembeRadio, played at SHOUTFest. The concert is held in the amphitheater at Casey Jones Village each year. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Josh Reedy, lead singer of DecembeRadio, played at SHOUTFest. The concert is held in the amphitheater at Casey Jones Village each year. - Heather Phillips
One of the bands featured in SHOUTFest this year was Detour 180, from New Zealand. Adrian Robertson, lead singer of Detour 180, was one of the crowd's favorite singers. ShoutFest featured many bands including Fighting Instinct, DecembeRadio, Fire Fly, By the Tree and Jars of Clay. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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One of the bands featured in SHOUTFest this year was Detour 180, from New Zealand. Adrian Robertson, lead singer of Detour 180, was one of the crowd's favorite singers. ShoutFest featured many bands including Fighting Instinct, DecembeRadio, Fire Fly, By the Tree and Jars of Clay. - Heather Phillips
Senior Cara Yates, intercultural studies major, shows Senior Melissa Jep, biology major, and Freshman Carrie Smith, nursing major, the ZTA display in the Campus Life Fair during New Student Orientation. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Senior Cara Yates, intercultural studies major, shows Senior Melissa Jep, biology major, and Freshman Carrie Smith, nursing major, the ZTA display in the Campus Life Fair during New Student Orientation. - Heather Phillips
Sophomore Kelly Northam, business major, talkes to freshman Ryan Brewer, digital media studies major, about the Student Government Association at the Campus Life Fair during New Student Orientation. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Sophomore Kelly Northam, business major, talkes to freshman Ryan Brewer, digital media studies major, about the Student Government Association at the Campus Life Fair during New Student Orientation. - Heather Phillips
Crystal Kinser and Merry Hindman enjoy some popcorn at the 2006 Howdy Party. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Crystal Kinser and Merry Hindman enjoy some popcorn at the 2006 Howdy Party. - Heather Phillips
Crystal Kinser gets some popcorn ready at the 2006 Howdy Party. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Crystal Kinser gets some popcorn ready at the 2006 Howdy Party. - Heather Phillips
The 2006 Howdy Party - Photo by Heather Phillips
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The 2006 Howdy Party - Heather Phillips
The 2006 Howdy Party - Photo by Heather Phillips
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The 2006 Howdy Party - Heather Phillips
Freshmen were all invited to participate in a campus picnic during New Student Orientation. The picnic gave the freshmen the opportunity to get to know each other a little better. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Freshmen were all invited to participate in a campus picnic during New Student Orientation. The picnic gave the freshmen the opportunity to get to know each other a little better. - Heather Phillips
Candace Cross, junior nursing major, helps the freshmen with the move in process. Many upperclassmen helped with the unloading of the cars.                                 - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Candace Cross, junior nursing major, helps the freshmen with the move in process. Many upperclassmen helped with the unloading of the cars. - Heather Phillips
Freshman Alison Forrest, graphic design major, makes her bed as she moves into her new room. She had her room set up and ready to go within the hour.  - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Freshman Alison Forrest, graphic design major, makes her bed as she moves into her new room. She had her room set up and ready to go within the hour. - Heather Phillips
Oliva Poteete, Madison Acadamy High School student,  Rachel Moore, sophomore English major, and Elizabeth Walker, sophomore digital media studies major, all help carry things up the stairs to a freshmen's room. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Oliva Poteete, Madison Acadamy High School student, Rachel Moore, sophomore English major, and Elizabeth Walker, sophomore digital media studies major, all help carry things up the stairs to a freshmen's room. - Heather Phillips
Kinsey Bolinger, junior Biblical studies major, and Emily Watlington, junior social work major, carry in some clothes to help a freshman move in.    - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Kinsey Bolinger, junior Biblical studies major, and Emily Watlington, junior social work major, carry in some clothes to help a freshman move in. - Heather Phillips
Senior Class President Luke Pruett led the graduates' processional to the Great Lawn for the spring graduation ceremony. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Senior Class President Luke Pruett led the graduates' processional to the Great Lawn for the spring graduation ceremony. - Heather Phillips
Matt Trammell, Matt Turner and Brandt Waggoner file to the Great Lawn for the spring gradation ceremony. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Matt Trammell, Matt Turner and Brandt Waggoner file to the Great Lawn for the spring gradation ceremony. - Heather Phillips
J. Daryl Charles, associate professor of Christian studies, watched as some of his students received degrees during the ceremony on the Great Lawn.  - Photo by Heather Phillips
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J. Daryl Charles, associate professor of Christian studies, watched as some of his students received degrees during the ceremony on the Great Lawn. - Heather Phillips
Matthew Richard Owens earned a bachelor of arts degree. Owens is from Bloomington, Ill. and studied philosophy. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Matthew Richard Owens earned a bachelor of arts degree. Owens is from Bloomington, Ill. and studied philosophy. - Heather Phillips
Tricia Currin (center) of Jackson, Tenn. received a bachelor of science degree in learning foundations.  - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Tricia Currin (center) of Jackson, Tenn. received a bachelor of science degree in learning foundations. - Heather Phillips
Karyn Luisa Caldwell of Nolensville, Tenn. enjoys a light-hearted moment during graduation ceremonies on the Great Lawn. Caldwell received a bachelor of science degree in learning foundations. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Karyn Luisa Caldwell of Nolensville, Tenn. enjoys a light-hearted moment during graduation ceremonies on the Great Lawn. Caldwell received a bachelor of science degree in learning foundations. - Heather Phillips
Friends and family stayed during the rain to cheer on their graduates during spring graduation. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Friends and family stayed during the rain to cheer on their graduates during spring graduation. - Heather Phillips
Tony Winkler, Luke Pruett and Brad Spencer pose for a photo after a rainy spring graduation. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Tony Winkler, Luke Pruett and Brad Spencer pose for a photo after a rainy spring graduation. - Heather Phillips
Excited graduates prepared for the spring graduation ceremony. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Excited graduates prepared for the spring graduation ceremony. - Heather Phillips
Chris Hail, faculty member of the year and associate professor of mathematics, opens the Awards Day ceremony with prayer. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Chris Hail, faculty member of the year and associate professor of mathematics, opens the Awards Day ceremony with prayer. - Heather Phillips
President Dockery welcomes students and their families to the Awards Day ceremony. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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President Dockery welcomes students and their families to the Awards Day ceremony. - Heather Phillips
Registrar Jane Betts distributes the academic medals and other awards during the Awards Day ceremony. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Registrar Jane Betts distributes the academic medals and other awards during the Awards Day ceremony. - Heather Phillips
Provost Carla Sanderson announces each of the awards given out during the Awards Day ceremony. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Provost Carla Sanderson announces each of the awards given out during the Awards Day ceremony. - Heather Phillips
Brandon Boylan, associate director of wellness, talks with Amber Lutz & Katie Tipton about the Independent Women's intramural cup win after the Awards Day ceremony. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Brandon Boylan, associate director of wellness, talks with Amber Lutz & Katie Tipton about the Independent Women's intramural cup win after the Awards Day ceremony. - Heather Phillips
Sophomore Courtney Griffin studies for her finals while relaxing in a hammock outside her dorm in McAfee Complex. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Sophomore Courtney Griffin studies for her finals while relaxing in a hammock outside her dorm in McAfee Complex. - Heather Phillips
Junior Erin Laverty paints tiles outside the art department during finals week. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Junior Erin Laverty paints tiles outside the art department during finals week. - Heather Phillips
Erin Laverty paints tiles outside the art department during finals week. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Erin Laverty paints tiles outside the art department during finals week. - Heather Phillips
A few of the women soccer players take off their shoes after a hard practice before they gather in a circle to pray.  - Photo by Heather Phillips
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A few of the women soccer players take off their shoes after a hard practice before they gather in a circle to pray. - Heather Phillips
Emily Rawls takes a break during a Union women's soccer spring practice. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Emily Rawls takes a break during a Union women's soccer spring practice. - Heather Phillips
Emily Rawls warms up before a Union women's soccer spring practice. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Emily Rawls warms up before a Union women's soccer spring practice. - Heather Phillips
Megan Okerson heads a ball during spring drills with Head Coach Brandon Boylan looking on in the background. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Megan Okerson heads a ball during spring drills with Head Coach Brandon Boylan looking on in the background. - Heather Phillips
Megan Okerson works on her dribbling during drills at Union's spring practice. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Megan Okerson works on her dribbling during drills at Union's spring practice. - Heather Phillips
Emily Rawls (left) and Amy Anderson participate in two versus two drills during spring practice. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Emily Rawls (left) and Amy Anderson participate in two versus two drills during spring practice. - Heather Phillips
Brandon Boylan, women's soccer head coach, lead part of the team in prayer after practice Friday. This is a team tradition. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Brandon Boylan, women's soccer head coach, lead part of the team in prayer after practice Friday. This is a team tradition. - Heather Phillips
Senior Bill Dixon, digital media studies major, explains the process he went through to create his portfolio website during the Scholarship Symposium. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Senior Bill Dixon, digital media studies major, explains the process he went through to create his portfolio website during the Scholarship Symposium. - Heather Phillips
Chris Nadaskay, professor of art, analyzes a digital media presentation during the Scholarship Symposium. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Chris Nadaskay, professor of art, analyzes a digital media presentation during the Scholarship Symposium. - Heather Phillips
Senior Brad Moore, digital media studies major, explains the intricacies of his personal portfolio website during the Scholarship Symposium. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Senior Brad Moore, digital media studies major, explains the intricacies of his personal portfolio website during the Scholarship Symposium. - Heather Phillips
Freshman Kevin Furniss spoke with Channel 7 about the Global Night Commute march. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Freshman Kevin Furniss spoke with Channel 7 about the Global Night Commute march. - Heather Phillips
Senior Danielle Spaulding, psychology major, volunteered at the Global Night Commute by holding a sign to direct cars into the correct parking area. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Senior Danielle Spaulding, psychology major, volunteered at the Global Night Commute by holding a sign to direct cars into the correct parking area. - Heather Phillips
Senior Danielle Spaulding, psychology major, volunteered at the Global Night Commute by holding a sign to direct cars into the correct parking area. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Senior Danielle Spaulding, psychology major, volunteered at the Global Night Commute by holding a sign to direct cars into the correct parking area. - Heather Phillips
Katie Tipton talks with WBBJ during the Global Night Commute as Laura Berkemeyer and Camille Ransdell look on. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Katie Tipton talks with WBBJ during the Global Night Commute as Laura Berkemeyer and Camille Ransdell look on. - Heather Phillips
Union students walk through downtown Jackson during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute to raise awareness of the genocide occurring in Sudan and Uganda. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Union students walk through downtown Jackson during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute to raise awareness of the genocide occurring in Sudan and Uganda. - Heather Phillips
Jennifer Tharp hands out information about what the night ahead holds for the Invisible Children Global Night Commuters.  The Commute took place at the Farmer's Market in downtown Jackson to raise awareness of the genocide occurring in Uganda and Sudan. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Jennifer Tharp hands out information about what the night ahead holds for the Invisible Children Global Night Commuters. The Commute took place at the Farmer's Market in downtown Jackson to raise awareness of the genocide occurring in Uganda and Sudan. - Heather Phillips
Bess Perrier reads during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute which took place in downtown Jackson to help bring awareness to the genocide happening in Uganda and Sudan. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Bess Perrier reads during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute which took place in downtown Jackson to help bring awareness to the genocide happening in Uganda and Sudan. - Heather Phillips
Students camped out overnight in the Farmer's Market in downtown Jackson during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute, which took place to help raise awareness of the genocide happening in Sudan and Uganda. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Students camped out overnight in the Farmer's Market in downtown Jackson during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute, which took place to help raise awareness of the genocide happening in Sudan and Uganda. - Heather Phillips
Katie Stephens and Kathleen Lokey make fliers during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute to send to U.S. lawmakers urging them to take action against the genocide happening in Sudan and Uganda. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Katie Stephens and Kathleen Lokey make fliers during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute to send to U.S. lawmakers urging them to take action against the genocide happening in Sudan and Uganda. - Heather Phillips
Chad P. Wilson, financial consultant with Investment Professionals spoke on <em>Can I be a Christian and thrive in the workplace at the same time? - Practical advice on being ministers in the workplace</em> during a recent chapel service. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Chad P. Wilson, financial consultant with Investment Professionals spoke on Can I be a Christian and thrive in the workplace at the same time? - Practical advice on being ministers in the workplace during a recent chapel service. - Heather Phillips
Union Alum Chad P. Wilson, financial consultant with Investment Professionals spoke on <em>Can I be a Christian and thrive in the workplace at the same time? - Practical advice on being ministers in the workplace</em> during a recent chapel service. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Union Alum Chad P. Wilson, financial consultant with Investment Professionals spoke on Can I be a Christian and thrive in the workplace at the same time? - Practical advice on being ministers in the workplace during a recent chapel service. - Heather Phillips
Kim Graves works with students who come to the Community Music Center with the Kindermusik program. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Kim Graves works with students who come to the Community Music Center with the Kindermusik program. - Heather Phillips
Kim Moody brings her daughter, Emma, to the Center every Tuesday. In addition to teaching
instruments and singing to the children's choir, teachers work with young students' dexterity. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Kim Moody brings her daughter, Emma, to the Center every Tuesday. In addition to teaching instruments and singing to the children's choir, teachers work with young students' dexterity. - Heather Phillips
Students and parents participate in a game in the Kindermusik program at the Community Music Center. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Students and parents participate in a game in the Kindermusik program at the Community Music Center. - Heather Phillips
Kim Graves works with students who come to the Community Music Center with the Kindermusik program. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Kim Graves works with students who come to the Community Music Center with the Kindermusik program. - Heather Phillips
Students participate in a game in the Kindermusik program at the Community Music Center. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Students participate in a game in the Kindermusik program at the Community Music Center. - Heather Phillips
Students participate in a game in the Kindermusik program at the Community Music Center. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Students participate in a game in the Kindermusik program at the Community Music Center. - Heather Phillips
Kim Graves works on hand-eye coordination with Hendrick Young, who comes to the Community
Music Center with the Kindermusik program. Children also learn to read and play music. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Kim Graves works on hand-eye coordination with Hendrick Young, who comes to the Community Music Center with the Kindermusik program. Children also learn to read and play music. - Heather Phillips
Kim Graves works on hand-eye coordination with Hendrick Young, who comes to the Community
Music Center with the Kindermusik program. Children also learn to read and play music. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Kim Graves works on hand-eye coordination with Hendrick Young, who comes to the Community Music Center with the Kindermusik program. Children also learn to read and play music. - Heather Phillips
Students prepare for a musical game in the Kindermusik program at the Community Music Center. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Students prepare for a musical game in the Kindermusik program at the Community Music Center. - Heather Phillips
Students and parents participate in a game in the Kindermusik program at the Community Music Center. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Students and parents participate in a game in the Kindermusik program at the Community Music Center. - Heather Phillips
Dr. Marlyn Newhouse, associate professor of chemistry, enjoys spending time taking care of her
goats and rabbits. She owns a 50-acre farm in Medina, Tenn. complete with Russian hamsters. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Dr. Marlyn Newhouse, associate professor of chemistry, enjoys spending time taking care of her goats and rabbits. She owns a 50-acre farm in Medina, Tenn. complete with Russian hamsters. - Heather Phillips
Dr. Marlyn Newhouse, associate professor of chemistry, enjoys spending time taking care of her goats and rabbits. She owns a 50-acre farm in Medina, Tenn. complete with Russian hamsters. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Dr. Marlyn Newhouse, associate professor of chemistry, enjoys spending time taking care of her goats and rabbits. She owns a 50-acre farm in Medina, Tenn. complete with Russian hamsters. - Heather Phillips
Dr. Marlyn Newhouse, associate professor of chemistry, enjoys spending time taking care of her
goats and rabbits. She owns a 50-acre farm in Medina, Tenn. complete with Russian hamsters. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Dr. Marlyn Newhouse, associate professor of chemistry, enjoys spending time taking care of her goats and rabbits. She owns a 50-acre farm in Medina, Tenn. complete with Russian hamsters. - Heather Phillips
Dr. Marlyn Newhouse, associate professor of chemistry, enjoys spending time taking care of her
goats and rabbits. She owns a 50-acre farm in Medina, Tenn. complete with Russian hamsters. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Dr. Marlyn Newhouse, associate professor of chemistry, enjoys spending time taking care of her goats and rabbits. She owns a 50-acre farm in Medina, Tenn. complete with Russian hamsters. - Heather Phillips
Dr. Marlyn Newhouse, associate professor of chemistry, enjoys spending time taking care of her
goats and rabbits. She owns a 50-acre farm in Medina, Tenn. complete with Russian hamsters. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Dr. Marlyn Newhouse, associate professor of chemistry, enjoys spending time taking care of her goats and rabbits. She owns a 50-acre farm in Medina, Tenn. complete with Russian hamsters. - Heather Phillips
Randy Schwindt, assistant professor of engineering, leads an engineering class. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Randy Schwindt, assistant professor of engineering, leads an engineering class. - Heather Phillips
Junior Andy Robinette makes a presentation in an engineering class. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Junior Andy Robinette makes a presentation in an engineering class. - Heather Phillips
Andy Robinette and Jon Brasher make a presentation in an engineering class. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Andy Robinette and Jon Brasher make a presentation in an engineering class. - Heather Phillips
Senior Tricia Currin, elementry education major, takes a moment to look at the progress made on
White Hall. She enjoyed the picturesque sunset on campus right before the storms on April 8. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Senior Tricia Currin, elementry education major, takes a moment to look at the progress made on White Hall. She enjoyed the picturesque sunset on campus right before the storms on April 8. - Heather Phillips
Several Union cheerleaders prepare for the Lady Bulldog's national championship celebration in Fred DeLay Gymnasium. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Several Union cheerleaders prepare for the Lady Bulldog's national championship celebration in Fred DeLay Gymnasium. - Heather Phillips
The Union Cheerleaders watch along with Union students, faculty, staff, boosters, and fans during the April 7 celebration to honor the Lady Bulldog's 2006 NAIA National Championship. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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The Union Cheerleaders watch along with Union students, faculty, staff, boosters, and fans during the April 7 celebration to honor the Lady Bulldog's 2006 NAIA National Championship. - Heather Phillips
Justin Phillips, head of student activities at Union, welcomes Union President Dr. David S. Dockery to the podium to address Union students, faculty, staff, boosters, and fans during the April 7 celebration to honor the Lady Bulldog's 2006 NAIA National Championship. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Justin Phillips, head of student activities at Union, welcomes Union President Dr. David S. Dockery to the podium to address Union students, faculty, staff, boosters, and fans during the April 7 celebration to honor the Lady Bulldog's 2006 NAIA National Championship. - Heather Phillips
Assistant Dean of Education, Dottie Myatt, stands to cheer with Union students, faculty, staff, boosters, and fans during the April 7 celebration to honor the Lady Bulldog's 2006 NAIA National Championship. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Assistant Dean of Education, Dottie Myatt, stands to cheer with Union students, faculty, staff, boosters, and fans during the April 7 celebration to honor the Lady Bulldog's 2006 NAIA National Championship. - Heather Phillips
Senior guard Tiffany Fisher talks with several Union boosters after the April 7 celebration honoring Union's 2006 NAIA National Championship. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Senior guard Tiffany Fisher talks with several Union boosters after the April 7 celebration honoring Union's 2006 NAIA National Championship. - Heather Phillips
Junior Ashley Oldham joined the Union student body, faculty, staff, and boosters in a celebration on April 7 to honor the Union Lady Bulldogs for their 2006 NAIA National Championship. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Junior Ashley Oldham joined the Union student body, faculty, staff, and boosters in a celebration on April 7 to honor the Union Lady Bulldogs for their 2006 NAIA National Championship. - Heather Phillips
Darin White, professor of marketing, teaches on strategy during one of his classes in the school of business. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Darin White, professor of marketing, teaches on strategy during one of his classes in the school of business. - Heather Phillips
Darin White, professor of marketing, leads a class in the school of business. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Darin White, professor of marketing, leads a class in the school of business. - Heather Phillips
Darin White, professor of marketing, goes over a project on strategy during one of his classes in the school of business. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Darin White, professor of marketing, goes over a project on strategy during one of his classes in the school of business. - Heather Phillips
Darin White, professor of marketing, leads a class in the school of business. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Darin White, professor of marketing, leads a class in the school of business. - Heather Phillips
Allison (Smith) Yates paints the arm of a young boy at the Jackson Boys & Girls Club during The Spring Fling. The Spring Fling was an activity where the Club and SASW collaborated to make a day of excitement for at-risk kids while giving student social workers experience. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Allison (Smith) Yates paints the arm of a young boy at the Jackson Boys & Girls Club during The Spring Fling. The Spring Fling was an activity where the Club and SASW collaborated to make a day of excitement for at-risk kids while giving student social workers experience. - Heather Phillips
A young man gets a lollypop and an arm painting at the Jackson Boys & Girls Club during The Spring Fling. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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A young man gets a lollypop and an arm painting at the Jackson Boys & Girls Club during The Spring Fling. - Heather Phillips
Mallory Keeton mans the limbo stick at the Jackson Boys & Girls Club during The Spring Fling. The Spring Fling was an activity where the Club and SASW collaborated to make a day of excitement for at-risk kids while giving student social workers experience. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Mallory Keeton mans the limbo stick at the Jackson Boys & Girls Club during The Spring Fling. The Spring Fling was an activity where the Club and SASW collaborated to make a day of excitement for at-risk kids while giving student social workers experience. - Heather Phillips
John Taylor & Drew Rhodes man a plinko board at the Jackson Boys & Girls Club during The Spring Fling. The Spring Fling was an activity where the Club and SASW collaborated to make a day of excitement for at-risk kids while giving student social workers experience. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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John Taylor & Drew Rhodes man a plinko board at the Jackson Boys & Girls Club during The Spring Fling. The Spring Fling was an activity where the Club and SASW collaborated to make a day of excitement for at-risk kids while giving student social workers experience. - Heather Phillips
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