Photo courtesy of Grace Steel
Junior Danielle Stong (right) playing defense during a 6-1 win over Haverford. The Bears play their next conference game against Dickinson on Oct. 25, and close out their season with two more games against Catholic and Muhlenberg on Oct. 28, and Nov. 1, respectively.

Field hockey dashes to 11-2 start

UC Field Hockey is having another great season

Photo courtesy of Jon Vander Lugt
The volleyball team is seen here huddling up before their Oct. 11 match against Johns Hopkins. After dropping a tight first set, the Bears lost the next two and fell to the Jays, 27-29, 19-25, and 9-25.

Volleyball off to 13-10 start, four games improved from last year’s season mark

UC Volleyball team is still going strong through the season

Photo Courtesy of Caroline Sandberg
Dr. Susanna Throop teaches history classes on topics such as gender and sexuality in the Middle Ages and the Crusades.

Throop researches medieval Europe

Ursinus History professor does research

Photo courtesy of Ursinus College Communications / Brian Garfinkel
Evan Lord, Aubrey Paris, and Samir Shah hold up their prize of $7,500 after placing first in the 2013 U-Innovate! competition.

U-Innovate competition returns

Business and creative competition comes back to UC

Photo courtesy of Ursinus College Communications
Students and alumni collectively cheer for the Bears at the 2013 homecoming football game. This year’s homecoming will take place on Oct. 25-26, and begin with the annual Grizzly Gala.

Homecoming kicking off this weekend

Homecoming 2014 is coming up for UC

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Grizzly Gala Returns

The Grizzly Gala is back and ready for students to dress up and dance

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“Good Neighbors” debuting this week

Ursinus professors featured in the Berman’s newest exhibition

Features

Don’t forget about small majors

Madison Bradley mabradley@ursinus.edu With all the prevalent talk of biology exams and labs, we sometimes forget that just outside of Thomas Hall is a thriving community of philosophy and religious studies majors. Courses like the meaning of life, philosophy of mind, freedom and determinism, and philosophy of religion are all courses of contemplation offered to […]

News

Website Launching

Deana Harley deharley@ursinus.edu Ursinus will be launching a new website either later this month or early next month. The new website aims to be more user-friendly, more visually appealing, and more informative, said Paul Dempsey, web director and project leader. The production of the new website began in June 2013 when a proposal was submitted […]

Opinion

The problem with capital punishment

Andrew Simoncini ansimoncini@ursinus.edu My initial take on the death penalty was, if you kill somebody, you should be killed.  It would only be fair.  But after much thought and discussion, I’ve come to a different conclusion.  America should get rid of the death penalty because they can never seem to get the punishment right in […]

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