Photo courtesy of Jon Vander Lugt
The field hockey team is seen here hoisting the Centennial Conference championship trophy after their win over Franklin and Marshall. The Bears face a possible rematch with the Dips in the upcoming NCAA tournament, should 17-2 F&M beat 6-13 Regis College (MA).

Back-to-back champs Field hockey sneaks by F&M in 2-1 thriller for Centennial title

The UC Field Hockey team does it again with a big win

Photo courtesy of Andrew Tran
As of this year, Delta Pi has become the first gender neutral fraternity in Ursinus history. While it initially received mixed views from students and alumni, the overall response from the campus has been very positive.

Delta Pi becomes first gender-neutral fraternity in UC history

Delta Pi fraternity is Ursinus’ first gender neutral Greek organization

Photo courtesy of Alexis Primavera 
A timeline displays the history of Philip and Muriel Berman in the basement of the Berman Museum. The timeline includes works of art as well as information panels to bring the Bermans’ story to life.

Berman Museum timeline installed

A history of the Berman has been installed in the museum

Photo courtesy of Alexis Primavera
Students are complaining of spending dining dollars too quickly due to high prices at the C-store.

High prices cause complaints

UC students are unhappy with the prices of food in the only on campus convenience store

Photo courtesy of Grace Steel
William “Billy” Haussner is a senior emergency medical service worker on the pre-med track at Ursinus College.

Walking through a day with UC EMS

UC Senior works for EMS and as an EMT


Feminists in Action club tackles the issue of gender inequality

Jaime Bocanumenth Before the Feminists in Action club was formed in 2013, there was no formalized space to dicuss feminist issues on campus. In 2013, a group of students formed the organization to “promote and foster leadership development among the women and men at Ursinus College,” according to the group’s webpage. The Feminists in […]


International Perspective Chinese culture should be shared, not hidden

Haochen Yan Walking on the streets of Chinatown in Philadelphia, and glancing at colorful billboards with Chinese characters, I was really confused. Where was I? I tried to observe the reaction of my companions because I wanted to know if I was the only one who got confused with where we were. I said […]


Denial of Birth Control is Unconstitutional

Sydney Dodson-Nease The Affordable Healthcare Act was a big step forward for women’s rights, because women were finally being promised the healthcare coverage and the reproductive autonomy they should have already had access to. A recent Supreme Court ruling, however, limits insurance coverage for women, and undermines the only aspect of the Affordable Healthcare […]


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