Kristen Costello email@example.com When Ursinus senior Cara Sulyok was diagnosed with a severe gluten allergy her sophomore year, she was worried she wouldn’t be able to eat in Wismer. After talking to Executive Chef Craig Paulus about her allergy, she learned she could still eat in the dining hall, but would have to go into […]
Olivia Schultz firstname.lastname@example.org On March 27, the semi-formal event formerly known as the Ball at the Bellevue will be in a new venue. On the same block the Ritz Carlton in Philadelphia will be the venue for this night filled with dancing. “The Hyatt [Bellevue] was booked for the 27th (the event is always held […]
Allie Cook email@example.com “Did you fill out a bracket?” “Who do you have winning the whole thing?” “Ahh, I have one more hour to make changes to my bracket. Should I switch my picks?” These phrases and more have been commonly heard throughout the hallways the past several weeks. Understandably everyone is getting ready for […]
As most of us get ready for the warm weather, the men’s and women’s rugby teams prepare for their spring season.
Brian Thomas firstname.lastname@example.org On Fri., April 10 and Sat., April 11, Ursinus will host the ISGP-Ursinus Conference in the Blackbox Theater. The Institute on Science for Global Policy (ISGP) is collaborating with the Center for Science and the Common Good (CSCG) on the conference, which is titled “Safeguarding the American Food Supply.” It will follow […]
Jordan Scharaga email@example.com As the month of February came to a close, the Power Games also wound down. This February, New Hall emerged victorious in the pursuit to reduce their consumption of electricity. New Hall reduced their energy use by 6.8 percent from the beginning of the month. In addition to the Power Games, the […]
The second annual Richard T. Schellhase essay contest is underway Deana Harley firstname.lastname@example.org The Richard T. Schellhase essay contest has launched in honor of The Reverend Richard Schellhase, a graduate of the Ursinus class of 1945, who had a long career in philanthropy and the clergy, according to the Ursinus News website. Students have been […]
On Saturday, February 21, the fire sprinklers went off in Lower Wismer, the convenience store in Lower Wismer, and the bookstore.
Deana Harley email@example.com Ursinus will continue their mission to globalize campus this summer by sending professor Deborah Barkun to Hong Kong to continue working on the Ursinus-Hong Kong General Education Project. The project was initiated last year by the late President Bobby Fong. Ursinus has partnerships with three institutions in Hong Kong: The Chinese University […]
Brian Thomas firstname.lastname@example.org At the Student Senate meeting this past Thursday, the issues of race and equality at Ursinus were discussed in an open forum style setting. In response to the distribution of the “Final Report” pamphlets by “We’re Just Saying Ursinus” last week, the majority of the Student Senate meeting was spent evaluating the […]
With 119 new participants for Relay for Life, Ursinus is in competition with much larger schools Deana Harley email@example.com Ursinus has been ranked number 18 in Relay for Life’s “Bring the People Campus Recruitment Challenge.” Ursinus has 119 new partipants registered, and the challenge called for schools so have at least 100 new participants. The […]
Brian Thomas firstname.lastname@example.org 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 […]
Phoebe French email@example.com 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 […]
Fuka Tazawa A lot of my friends in Japan ask me about college life in America. They especially ask about friendship, partying and dating. Understandably, their ideas about college life in America are mostly influenced by American television shows or programs that they see in Japan. They assume that the media exaggerates how it is […]