Shawn Hartigan firstname.lastname@example.org Senior Danielle Miller was recently awarded the Fulbright research grant, which will allow her to partake in biomedical research in Barcelona, Spain from September 2014 to June 2015. The lab Miller will be working in is at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine at the Barcelona Science Park, which is associated with […]
Deana Harley email@example.com From April 21 through the 24, Myrin Library was decorated with rope holding different photographs, drawings, writings and art pieces created by students. The first ever Ursinus Creative Exchange began on Monday when the pieces of art were put up. For the last couple of weeks, students were encouraged to submit any […]
Many attach negative stereotypes to Black Greek Life, or what is widely known as the Divine 9.
John Carty firstname.lastname@example.org On Friday, April 25, Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was accused of making several racist remarks during a phone call to his alleged girlfriend V. Stiviano after she posted a picture to Instagram of herself with former NBA all-star Magic Johnson. During the recorded phone call with Stiviano, who, ironically, is […]
Larissa Coyne email@example.com On Friday, April 25 at 3:30 p.m., a signing officiating the Ursinus Peace Corps preparatory program, will take place in the Berman Museum. Ursinus will be one of 13 other colleges participating in this program. Earlier that day, a Peace Corps informational session will take place at 12 p.m. Pizza will be […]
Caitlin Tillson firstname.lastname@example.org This year Passover began on Monday, April 14 and will end Tuesday, April 22. A big part of celebrating Passover is the retelling of the story of the exodus of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt. When the slaves fled, they left so quickly that they did not wait for their […]
Caroline Sandberg email@example.com On April 5, eight Ursinus students and two history department professors traveled to Shippensburg University for the Phi Alpha Theta—or PAT—Pennsylvania East Regional Conference. Seniors Andrea Kuhn and Julia Glauberman came back with two out of the five awards given to the Phi Alpha Theta members with outstanding papers in specific categories. […]
This year, Ricochet performances will not only address the CIE questions, but respond to a contemporary issue.
Rachel Brown firstname.lastname@example.org Freshman Brian Thomas turned one course assignment and 14 lines of poetry into $1,500 and the opportunity to work with some of the most revered modern poets. Thomas, an English and political science double major, is the winner of the annual Iris N. Spence poetry award, a national, formal-verse poetry contest. As […]
Ryan Adams email@example.com With the amount of money that NBA players make today, it should be ultimately up to them to choose what they want to wear on the court and what is going to allow them to perform at an optimal level. Throughout this season, many players have not been happy with the new […]
The U-Innovate competition invited students with an entrepreneurial mind to come up with an idea, develop it and present it to a panel of judges.
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Charles Chan Hee Lee firstname.lastname@example.org When I was asked, “What is autism?” at the beginning of this semester, I thought I had an answer. I tried to explain that autism was some sort of disorder and asked vague questions like, “It’s like Down syndrome right?” or, “Aren’t autistic people like savants?” which only further drove […]
Karch Connors email@example.com ADHD is a disorder in which an individual cannot focus, cannot control behavior, is overactive or a combination of the three. The diagnosis of ADHD is on the rise in the United States, with 11 percent of children ages 4 to 17 diagnosed with the disorder, according to a survey by the […]