Hungry for a good discussion

Students in a new philosophy class address ethical issues raised in “The Hunger Games” Rachel Dickinson radickinson@ursinus.edu During the first week of school, there was a mad rush to sign up for a new class that was being offered at Ursinus. Within one hour, 30 students replied back to the email announcing the class, hoping […]


Not your ordinary librarian: an interview with Ursinus’ new Instructional Technological Librarian

Alessandra Psomaras alpsomaras@ursinus.edu More often than not, the word librarian is associated with the image of an older woman; eyeglasses perched on the tip of her nose, scolding you for an overdue book. Bring in Christine Iannicelli, a 31 year-old, Albright grad changing that stereotype, and is helping to advance the Ursinus campus as the […]


New film “Black Mass’’ rated 6/10

Chase Babrich bebabrich@ursinus.edu Those who have seen a few of Johnny Depp’s starring roles know he has quite the range. Most people probably remember him as the iconic Captain Jack Sparrow, but his list of trademark characters doesn’t end there. He has played everything from a crazy candy maker, to a psychedelic sportswriter, to a […]


Volleyball eyes turnaround in second half of season

Jonny Cope jocope@ursinus.edu As many students and faculty members at Ursinus College prepare for their midterm papers, exams and presentations, the fall sports teams are beginning to hit the midway point in their regular season. The Ursinus women’s volleyball team is no different, as it looks to turn things around and finish the season on […]


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