Keon Jerry firstname.lastname@example.org The Cincinnati Bengals recently signed Paul Gunther, a former Ursinus linebacker and UC football head coach, as their new defensive coordinator. Mike Zimmer, the previous defensive coordinator for the Bengals signed on with the Vikings as their new head coach on Jan. 15. Zimmer, one of the top defensive coordinators in the […]
Interdisciplinary student show addresses core requirements Shawn Hartigan email@example.com Ricochet, is a requirement for students in the Common Intellectual Experience course, produced and created by senior Colleen Walsh. Ricochet is scheduled for April 16 and 17 with two shows each night. Ricochet got its start in the spring of 2013, approaches the essential CIE questions […]
W. Robert Crigler firstname.lastname@example.org Hello, I’m Bob Crigler, Ursinus class of 1956. I am honored to have been asked to write an op-ed article for the Grizzly in this Black History Month because I am the first black Ursinus graduate. And yes, I have received the honor of my life by having the former Bridge […]
US second in medal count, men’s and women’s hockey disappoints John Carty email@example.com Sunday marked the closing ceremony of the XXII Winter Olympics, which began over two weeks ago on Feb. 7. Almost 3,000 athletes from 88 countries congregated to Sochi, Russia to compete in the ultimate winter sport spectacle. This year’s games included 12 […]
Jonathan Vander Lugt, firstname.lastname@example.org Rabih Torbay, vice president of the International Medical Corps, is visiting Ursinus on Wednesday, Feb. 19 to speak about his experience in non-government organizations and about international relations work in the Middle East. The talk, a part of Ursinus’ Ambassador’s Speaker Series, will take place in the Musser auditorium in […]
Deana Harley email@example.com On Friday, Feb. 14, a group on campus called ZBS improv group will put on a Valentine’s Day-inspired improv show. The group has done multiple shows on campus but they have usually taken place during other events, such as Relay for Life or blood drives. This time, the group will have a […]
Lower Wismer has undergone many noticeable changes, and most of them are a result of a new sustainability program to increase compostable materials in the dining hall.
Caroline Sandberg firstname.lastname@example.org The Ursinus College history department is sponsoring the annual Maurice W. Armstrong lecture on Feb. 18 at 4:30 p.m. in the Berman Museum. The lecture will be delivered by David Imhoof who is an associate professor and history chair at Susquehanna University. His lecture is titled “The Rise and Fall of a […]
Centennial Conference will provide difficult challenge Kevin Medina email@example.com The Ursinus men’s lacrosse team has high hopes in their 2014 season as they look to build on a 9-5 overall record last season and 3-5 record in the Centennial Conference. The team is bringing back a lot of experience behind the leadership of seven seniors. […]
Shawn Hartigan firstname.lastname@example.org Ursinus will be participating in the national RecycleMania competition for the fifth straight year this spring semester. According to the official RecycleMania website, RecycleMania is a tool for college and university recycling programs to promote waste reduction activities to their campus communities. Over an 8-week period each spring, colleges across the United […]
Brian Thomas email@example.com Beginning last semester, the Wismer dining staff began playing music at every meal hour. Assortments of tunes, old and new, cut through the rabble and occasionally inspire singing and dancing. Students have had mixed reviews of the song selection. For instance, while some join enthusiastically in on the “Y.M.C.A.,” others scoff at […]
Each year, Ursinus College hosts a Job, Internship and Networking Fair. This year, the fair will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 12 from 12-2 p.m.
John Carty firstname.lastname@example.org As the old saying goes, offense wins games, and defense wins championships. Viewers who tuned in to Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks expected an ultimate showdown between the NFL’s top offense and top defense. What was displayed, however, was an ultimate blowout spearheaded by the Seahawks’ […]
Olivia Z. Schultz email@example.com The Montgomery County Health Department evaluated Upper and Lower Wismer as well as the organic garden. Upper and Lower Wismer received inspections on Dec. 3 of last year. Upper and Lower Wismer workers were cleared for health and for keeping good hygienic practices. They also had clean hands and did not […]