Blogs

Blogs

Unity College is all about making life real. Real people doing real things that make a real difference. So, we invite you to be part of our active and environmentally aware community. The blogs listed below are hosted by Unity faculty, staff, students. Read, comment, and engage in conversation that will take you from Maine to the tropics of Dominica.

Unity College Sustainability Monitor
Thursday, April 10, 2014 - 11:54 AM

Graphic rendering of the new LEED Silver Residence Hall

In response to a trend of increasing enrollment and the popularity of campus living, Unity College is beginning construction of a 70 bed, suite style residence hall.
 Constructed to meet LEED...
Unity House
Monday, March 31, 2014 - 12:56 PM
Last fall, Unity students signed on as mentors for the regional PeaceJam slam for New England.  The event drew over 40 high school and middle school participants from Maine, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. Unity students facilitated "...
OliviaUnityCollege
Wednesday, July 24, 2013 - 9:48 AM

I found out today (for reasons I do not wish to tell the public) I will be leaving California soon. Which means I will be free to explore the job world. I can go wherever I want to go and apply to my dream job, finally! My first thought was back to Africa and my second thought was back to Hawaii, but when I think about it, why does it have to be somewhere I have already gone. My options are unlimited, I just have to research what all is out there. I really would love to find work in the...

Sustainability Thought and Deed
Friday, April 18, 2014 - 6:16 AM
"So is the climate threat solved? Well, it should be. The science is solid; the technology is there; the economics look far more favorable than anyone expected. All that stands in the way of saving the planet is a combination of ignorance, prejudice and vested interests. What could go wrong? Oh, wait."http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/18/opinion/krugman-salvation-gets-cheap.html?smid=fb...
Unity College Search and Rescue
Monday, April 21, 2014 - 6:36 AM


Our MASAR colleague and SARdog trainer Jim Bridge was on the banks of the Kenduskeag when this Unity College boat went by.