Briana Mullan email@example.com ZBS is the student-run improv comedy troupe at Ursinus College. The group is led by three students, known as the head bananas. With meetings hosted twice a week by the head bananas, students meet in the Kaleidoscope from 5-6 p.m. on both Wednesday and Friday. Typically, five students join the three head […]
Bri Keane firstname.lastname@example.org With the chance to sing, dance and act, students are getting ready to audition for Ursinus’ first full-scale musical involving all three art departments. Next semester’s musical will be “Wonderful Town” which will debut on Feb. 25 and be performed through March 1. It is the first musical to be performed in […]
Bethany Mitchell email@example.com The stagnant cliques developing in our small, liberal arts campus are sometimes worse than grade school. Individuals evidently isolate themselves based on looks, hobbies or social status, sometimes without even knowing. It seems instinctive to do so, to follow the crowd and stick with it. Therefore, every day is the same routine. […]
Dana Feigenbaum firstname.lastname@example.org The Ursinus College field hockey team’s season came to an end last Saturday with a 3-0 loss to Wellesley College. The Bears made the playoffs when they defeated Franklin & Marshall for the Centennial Conference title. Franklin & Marshall was the reigning conference champion and they were seeded first in the conference. […]
Ursinus will be welcoming accomplished poet Brian Teare to campus on Monday, Nov. 11 for a reading and book signing at the Berman.
This summer, the Collegeville Economic Development Corporation began a street piano project for Collegeville.
The Grizzly’s re-cap of soccer, football, volleyball, and cross country.
Sculptures to have QR codes added to provide extra information Briana Mullan email@example.com As you walk around the campus of Ursinus College, a variety of different pieces of art are noticeable. Each piece is selected and owned by the Berman Museum of Art. The Berman Museum of Art is a gem to the area and […]
Admissions office focuses on personal tours to engage visitors.
James Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org Ursinus College director of athletics Laura Moliken will be inducted into the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Hall of Fame on Nov. 21. A graduate of Old Dominion class of 1993, Moliken’s Ursinus coaching career started in 1999 and her last year of coaching was 2010. After this she chose to still […]
Recipients of the scholarship recall their internships and applications Bethany Mitchell email@example.com Ursinus College, one of 16 liberal arts colleges in the nation that does so, grants the Kemper Scholarship to select students who gear themselves toward business or administrative futures. Applying during the onset of freshman year, Kempers go through a three-prong process before […]
New head of Wellness looks to improve college’s therapy sessions Olivia Schultz firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Jessica Parrillo is the new head of the Wellness Center and the director of counseling. She was hired in August and is excited to work at Ursinus. “I’m grateful to be here,” Parrillo said. Parrillo wants to make many changes to […]
Senior prepares for life in the medical field after an impressive soccer career Mary Deliberti email@example.com Senior Kara DiJoseph has a full plate in front of her, but for the Turnersville, N.J. native, any other way just will not do. She is one of the captains of the soccer team, volunteers at a hospital, does […]
College Choir and Meistersingers put on joint show on Nov. 2 in Bomberger Auditorium.