Preparing for professional life

Scholarship gives students exclusive internship experience and career guidance By Rachel Dickinson radickinson@ursinus.edu The Kemper Scholars Program allows first- year students to gain skills in leadership and service in various professions. The program provides students with financial support for their sophomore, junior, and senior years of college, as well as two funded internships during their […]


U-Imagine center offers first course

Chi-E Low chlow@ursinus.edu The U-Imagine Center is no stranger to organizing entrepreneurial opportunities for students outside of the classroom. But as entrepreneurship comes in all shapes of sizes, Ursinus College has decided to bring entrepreneurship into the classroom. Ursinus College proudly presents their latest course in the Interdivisional Studies department: Entrepreneurship (IDS 050) for the […]


Wellness critics are ill-informed

Rachel Dickinson radickinson@ursinus.edu Ursinus’s Wellness Center is located at the end of the campus behind Thomas Hall. The medical Wellness staff includes Dr. Paul Doghramji, the medical director, in addition to a nurse practitioner. Some of the services Wellness provides include immunization, acute care (temporary treatment for severe health problems), physical exams, and blood pressure […]


Final four bound

Bryce Pinkerton brpinkerton@ursinus.edu The Ursinus College field hockey team is heading to the NCAA final four after winning two commanding games over the weekend. This is the Bears first appearance in the final four since 2011, where they lost to TCNJ by a score of 2-0. The Bears will take on the Polar Bears of […]


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