Photo courtesy of Henry Gustafson
Paul Harris, one of Ursinus’s newest safety officers, joined Campus Safety this semester.

New officer joins Campus Safety

Campus Safety’s new officer, Paul Harris, is one of two officers to recently join the team. Hailing from England, he has the English charm and the typical British humor.

Photo courtesy of Cindy Manganaro
Richard Jasinski (right) is seen here in his win over Johns Hopkins’ Christian Salera at the tri meet at Gettysburg on Feb. 7. Jasinki wrestled in the 157 weight class.

Wrestling prepares for regional meet

Heart, dedication and the will to win are three of the major skills that Division III athletes have ingrained within themselves.

Photo courtesy of Lamont B. Steptoe
Dr. M. Nzadi Keita visited campus on Feb. 10 to read excerpts from her newest book, “Brief Evidence of Heaven.”

Dr. Keita releases poetry book

Ursinus professor of creative writing M. Nzadi Keita is well-known on campus for her strength in teaching, as well as her experience as a writer and editor.

Photo courtesty of Ursinus College Communications
The Jazz Supper Club met on Apr. 24, 2014, to enjoy a night of food, jazz music, and dancing. This event, along with many others, will be a part of alumni weekend, happening Apr. 23-25.

Alumni invited to classes

On April 23 through 25, Ursinus will host alumni for its annual Alumni Weekend event. The weekend begins with COSA ending with class reunion dinners on Saturday night.


Satire blog gains campus popularity

Madeline Mathay Paws for a Moment is the Ursinus College satirical news website, that is “not endorsed or in any way sponsored by Ursinus College at the moment,” according to junior editor-in-chief, Josh Hoffman. This satirical news website takes a very ironic, humorous spin on events that happen in Ursinus’ community. Paws for a […]


“We’re Just Saying Ursinus” discusses diversity on campus

Brian Thomas A group called “We’re Just Saying Ursinus” has been distributing pamphlets around campus entitled “The Final Report.” The pamphlets include an email address for questions to the organizers of the group, can be found around campus and were distributed to audience members at the Diversity Monologues on Feb. 19 and 20. The […]


The Grey area in Fifty Shades

Phoebe French From what I’ve seen so far, there are two main sides to the controversy surrounding “Fifty Shades of Grey.” One side argues that it’s about a controlling relationship that promotes violence against women and gives the world the wrong perception of BDSM. Conversely, others say that it’s just a movie and the […]


Bears “Two” Much To Handle

Women’s swim captures second consecutive conference title at Gettysburg Jon Vander Lugt For the second straight year, the Centennial Conference women’s swimming championship came down to the final event of the taxing three-day meet. And for the second straight year, the Ursinus Bears have come out on top. UC took first in both the […]


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