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Union College claims first national championship

13 April 2014 | 2:32 pm It was a 7-4 win over Minnesota. http://prohockeytalk.nbcsports.com/2014/04/13/union-college-claims-first-national-championship/

Union College celebration leads to off-campus arrests

13 April 2014 | 11:11 am Hundreds of students flooded a city street, and several people were arrested, after the Union College mens hockey team defeated Minnesota in the National Championship Game on Saturday. http://wnyt.com/article/stories/s3397980.shtml?cat=10114

Union wins NCAA men's hockey championship

13 April 2014 | 6:59 am Union College, a program with no athletic scholarships and with an enrollment of 2,241, defeated No. 1 overall seed University of Minnesota 7-4 on Saturday to claim college hockey's top prize in Philadelphia. http://www.wxii12.com/sports/union-wins-ncaa-mens-hockey-championship/25454658

Union College Wins Title [VIDEO] – 92.9 The Ticket

13 April 2014 | 11:47 am You may not have known much about Union College before before this weekend but you do now – the Dutchmen are national champions! A 7-4 win over Minnesota at. http://929theticket.com/union-college-wins-title-video/

Union College vs. North Dakota TONIGHT for the championship …

12 April 2014 | 4:30 pm PHILADELPHIA After a pair of national semifinals that went right down to the final seconds, Union College and Minnesota will face off tonight in Philadelphia for all the marbles. The Dutchmen needed to hold on as Boston … http://westwoodonesports.com/2014/04/union-college-vs-north-dakota-tonight-for-the-championship/

Frozen Four: Minnesota, Union Examples of What Makes College …

12 April 2014 | 2:53 pm And as much as Union represents the future of college hockey as a program rising to national prominence, despite having no athletic scholarships to offer and finding players from all corners of North America that other teams … http://unitedstatesofhockey.com/2014/04/12/frozen-four-minnesota-union-examples-of-what-makes-college-hockey-great/

UNION COLLEGE, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA GOLDEN CORDS – 1956

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2014 Frozen Four Puck Union College, Minnesota, Boston College, North Dakota

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Union College Hockey Frozen Four Media Guide

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Union College Dutchmen Victory Frozen Four Hockey NCAA 2014 Champs Gray T-Shirt

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8 Responses to Union College

  • Classera says:

    Which Is Better A Credit Union Or A Bank? Hi,I got my 1st pay check and I want to open up both a checking and a savings account. I just don’t know where and which one is better. I’m a college student and I’m living with my parents I’m not planning on living in my city for the rest of my life. So can someone please explain to me which is better a credit union or a bank and why? Please give every little details that you can

  • Danny says:

    Is It Worth It To Go Through A Welding Apprenticeship Through The Union? ( Local 104 Boiler Makers In Seattle)? I’m in jobcorps and I’m doing the welding program and I’m thinking about joining the army and doing welding there. But I know union apprentiships are good to (401k, heath insurance, dental and good pay) but do the union classes cost anything to an apprentice? (Other than union dues). I’m just not sure weather to go to college or just do the union or just do the army..

  • Danny says:

    Is It Worth It To Go Through A Union Welding Apprentiship? (local 104 Boiler Makers Etc)? I’m in jobcorps and I’m dong the welding program and I’m thinking about joining the army and doing welding there. But I know union apprentiships are good to (401k, heath insurance, dental and good pay) but do the union classes cost anything to an apprentice? (Other than union dues). I’m just not sure weather to go to college or just do the union or just do the army..

  • Zebra Spit says:

    College Question.. West Virginia Or Temple? Ok so I’m stuck between choosing a college to attend next year. I narrowed it down to WVU and TU. Temple is in a city which I would love to live in, and WVU is sort of in the middle of nowhere but I would love to live in a college town as well. I just need some advice and I want to see what you guys think. Academically, I’m going to study accounting and minor in management. People have been saying Temple would be good for this since they have a good business school and are located in a large city which would potentially give me better job opportunities than WVU could. I feel like if I went to WVU I would still be able to get a job. Is this really a big factor do you think? Also, I enjoy going to parties. I found out WVU is the #1 (after I applied lol). WVU would be awesome because the student body is so close and there are countless clubs and organizations. I feel like Temple doesn’t really have as many parties since they are located in a city setting. Also, after visiting Temple I felt that the union between the students isn’t as strong as it is at WVU. They are both relatively cheap, and are actually about the same price. All I’m looking for is some insight on the colleges, your opinions/experiences, and what would potentially be the best school for me. Thanks!

  • TimeConsumer says:

    My Mom Relies On Me Too Much Financially, What Do I Do? I feel like I’m the only little soul in the world that is experiencing this, but here you go

    Basically, my mom is losing child support come June when I graduate High School, and understandably, this is going to put a tremendous dent on my mom’s financial ground. She’s forewarned me how bad it will be, and how much I will have to contribute (which I can fairly compromise with for the most part), but there’s just one problem; she relies on me too much financially.

    Look, before any of you say “you’re an adult, you need to be contributing” (WHICH I FULLY UNDERSTAND TO AN EXTENT), one thing needs to be said before I hear ignorance; my mom is very financially unstable. She gambles and pisses her money away on frivolous things, then in turns comes to me for money, sometimes in large sums. Obviously, this is extremely frustrating, and when I say “I don’t have it”, she becomes furious and sometimes will not speak to me for a long while.
    I have a great job and earn decent money, but she makes me hand her 50 dollars after each paycheck………….that is a crap load, considering my paycheck is on avg. 90 dollars (then I put some towards gas, other expenses, and then cash leftover for me/entertainment such as going out with friends, buying some CD’s or Games).

    What do I do? Keep paying my mom or move to my dads? He’d be paying for pretty much everything, but I’d be saving money for college

    • Curator says:

      Actually, if you are still in school, the child support is STILL due. The difference is that it will be due to YOU directly!
      Talk to your dad and register for community college (and work part time without telling him).
      Spell it out to your mom that you are not going to give her that much money… taking $50 out of your $90 paycheck is not fair. Stand your ground. You need the money to get around on. If she wants you out of her house, she’d better be willing to help you get through some basic career schooling.
      Get a savings account at a credit union and put your paycheck in there. Bring home $20 for your mom.
      At 18 you can have a credit card… you need to build a credit history so you can rent your own apartment. Once you get a credit card, you make one or two small purchases on it each month (lunch, socks…) and pay it off on time every month.

  • Bklyn says:

    How Can I Buy A Car? I just turned 18 and i want to GET a car. I dont have full money for it but i want to know if i should get a personal loan/car loan or refinance or student loan to get it? I have a part time job and i make about $10k a year and i live in ny. I want to get a new car ofcourse but wouldnt mind getting used one either for about 5-8k?
    And which company is the best to get a loan from?

    • Curator says:

      You ca’t use student loan money to buy a car. Student loan money is paid directly to your college.

      Personal loans have high interest rates and shorter terms so the monthly payments are much higher.

      If your income is $10,000 a year you can’t buy a car that costs more than $5000. The lenders won’t allow it.

      Go to a local Credit Union for the best used car loan rates.

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