Max Bicking firstname.lastname@example.org The fall semester will bring new exhibitions to the Phillip and Muriel Berman Museum. Over the summer, the Berman opened a new exhibit, “Sleep.” The multimedia installation features the work of seasoned photographer Michael Putnam, who, between the mid-1960s and 1970s, captured images of people around the world sleeping in public places. […]
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Yongshi Li email@example.com Tony Sierzega, president of UCSG, is working on a shuttle bus proposal, a spring concert and other initiatives to improve students’ campus experience. He hopes to accomplish more and achieve as much as his predecessor, Jerry Gares, before his term ends. Tony is currently a senior, and has been the new president […]
Ayesha Contractor firstname.lastname@example.org Anyone who passed by the Ursinus College campus this past Friday or Saturday night would have undoubtedly been able to hear the sound of music blasting out of Reimert Hall. The first weekend at Ursinus College has kicked off the partying for the school year. It is no big secret that Ursinus […]
Dana Feigenbaum email@example.com The fall is quickly approaching, and so is football season. The gridiron Bears are coming off a successful 2013 season and head into 2014 picked to finish third in the Centennial Conference in a poll of the head coaches and sports information directors. Last year, the Bears had the school’s fifth consecutive […]
Deana Harley firstname.lastname@example.org 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 […]
With the spring semester drawing to a close, in about two weeks, the school will send the class of 2014 off with baccalaureate and commencement, or, as many colloquially call it, graduation.
The semesterly a capella student groups’ concerts will take place this weekend in Bomberger auditorium, with the B-Naturals performing on Friday and the Bearitones on Saturday.
Olivia Z. Schultz email@example.com Any student that lives on the Ursinus campus has a resident advisor, also known as an RA. Students are able to see RAs at their designated tables in Lower and in their hallway, house or suite. Before each semester starts, the RAs and backups have an extensive training session. The RAs […]
Before the semester ends, the Ursinus College Dance Company will put on one more show, which will be different from all others before it.
Dana Feigenbaum firstname.lastname@example.org Temple University’s athletic director Kevin Clark announced in December that Temple would be cutting seven varsity sports starting in July. Baseball, softball, men’s crew, women’s crew, men’s gymnastics, men’s outdoor track and field and men’s indoor track and field were being dropped. Due to a donation from Gerry Lenfest, the crew teams […]
Sophie Snapp email@example.com On Sunday, dozens of Ursinus students convened to play soccer in a tournament benefiting South African children affected by poverty. This tournament was the third fundraising event benefiting the organization Ragball International. This project was led by the campus group Enactus and coordinated by Malena Lair Ferrari, a senior member of Enactus. […]
On Friday and Saturday, April 11 and 12 in the Blackbox theater in the Kaleidoscope, 16 Ursinus students from Tony Lobo’s biology class entitled Pandemics and Preparedness attended and participated in the Institute on Science for Global Policy’s Pandemic Preparedness Conference.
Caitlin Tillson firstname.lastname@example.org The graduating class of 2014 will be hosting two speakers for this year’s commencement: Reverend Gail Bowman, J.D. and Zainab Hawa Bangura. The speakers were selected through a staff vote and will be presented with honorary doctorates. Bowman will receive an honorary Doctor of Divinity, while Bangura will receive an honorary Doctor […]
Olivia Z. Schultz email@example.com We have probably all been there on that November evening with our parents as they waited in line to vote. Maybe they weren’t able to vote while you were in school or something came up — we either stood with our parents and watched them push the magical button that opened […]