Matthew Dawson is not your typical college senior.
Rebecca Hartfield had one fireman in particular she wanted to see. The only problem was, she didn’t know what he looked like.
A recap of the tornado damage and updates on Union's recovery and rebuilding process. Features interviews with President Dockery and multiple members of the Union community.
A recap of the tornado damage and an update on Union's rebuilding progress. Hear from Union parents, President Dockery and SBC President Frank Page.
The Union community continues to work toward recovery and restoration after the February 2008 tornado. Interviews with Bill Nettles, Linda Grimm and Gary Williams.
The Union community pulls together to respond to the tornado damage. Interviews with George Guthrie, Kevin Cooney and Stacy Storey.
A look at the damage done to the R.C. Ryan Center for Biblical Studies with Dr. Ray Van Neste.
Student Kevin Furniss recounts the story of his rescue from the collapse of Watters Commons after the storm.
Kevin Furniss was trapped under a pile of rubble after Tuesday’s tornado that swept across the Union campus. But when a rescue worker grabbed his hand, he knew he was going to make it out alive.
The tornado that hit Union University on Feb. 5 affected the lives of about 1,200 students who live on campus, yet for one student, the event literally exists as a dream.
Shock and terror filled the faces of Union University students as they told their stories of the devastating tornado that ripped through the Jackson, Tenn., campus Feb. 5.
As Union begins the recovery process, cleanup is an on-going event. Hear stories from Chris Rigney, Union student; Steve Babcock, Union alumnus and local minister; and Eileen Abbamonte, Union parent.
A look at the devastation from the Feb. 5 tornado that hit Union's campus. Interviews with Union parents and President Dockery.
Extended version of Ethiopian Mikias Mohammed's storm story.
Students Mikias Mohammed, Aaron Gilbert, Courtney Nute react to their storm experiences.
When Ethiopian Mikias Mohammed entered Union University last fall for his first year of college, he never imagined he would soon encounter a tornado.
Danny Song, Watters complex resident assistant, was one of the students trapped in the commons after the tornado damaged it. This is his recollection of the events.
Jessica Nelson and Sarah Santiago, resident assistants for the Hurt Complex, recount the events surrounding the tornado that hit Union's campus on the evening of Feb. 5, 2008.
A 10-day trip to Nepal was cut a little short for Union University Christian studies professor Ray Van Neste, as a student protest over gas prices shut down the city of Kathmandu, including the airport.
Seventeen men from Jackson’s homeless community entered the doors of Luther Hall on Union University’s campus Dec. 7 to receive food, showers and a warm place to lay their heads.
A look at how Union celebrates Christmas. This video was done shortly before the February 2008 tornado, and it features some footage from the old dorms.
Take an inside look at the women's soccer program at Union during the fall 2007 season.
Union gives back for the fifth year since the tornadoes hit Union's campus in November of 2002.
Follow Freshman Angela Abbamonte as she moves onto campus during fall of 2007.