Caitlin Tillson email@example.com This year Passover began on Monday, April 14 and will end Tuesday, April 22. A big part of celebrating Passover is the retelling of the story of the exodus of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt. When the slaves fled, they left so quickly that they did not wait for their […]
Larissa Coyne firstname.lastname@example.org On Friday, April 25 at 3:30 p.m., a signing officiating the Ursinus Peace Corps preparatory program, will take place in the Berman Museum. Ursinus will be one of 13 other colleges participating in this program. Earlier that day, a Peace Corps informational session will take place at 12 p.m. Pizza will be […]
Bri Keane email@example.com You all crave it. You do it every single night. Sometimes, if you’re lucky, you’ll do it in the afternoon. Some of you are even late to class because you were doing it. You do it on the bed. Or maybe on the couch. And if you’re like me, you’lll even do […]
John Carty firstname.lastname@example.org After four days and four rounds of golf in Augusta, Ga., Bubba Watson emerged as the 2014 Masters Champion. The win marked Watson’s second Masters win. The first came in 2012. Watson put together a three-under par 69 on Sunday, giving the Florida native an eight-under par 280 for the tournament and […]
Tony Sierzega, member of the class of 2015, is the new president of the Ursinus College Student Government Association, beginning his term on April 1.
Jon Vander Lugt email@example.com How many collegiate athletes are devoted to music enough to run a band full-time? Now take that number, and whittle it down to people who also serve as an RA. Narrow that one down to kids who consistently make the Dean’s List. How many are left? Probably not too many, but […]
Upcoming event celebrates release of “The Lantern” Brian Thomas firstname.lastname@example.org On Wednesday, April 23, the 2014 edition of the Ursinus literary magazine, “The Lantern,” will be officially released. The event will take place at 4:30 p.m. in Olin auditorium and will feature readings from the contributors as well as the awarding of the prizes for […]
Briana Mullan email@example.com Philadelphia-based writer Josh Emmons read his new work and answered questions about both fiction and nonfiction writing on Tuesday, April 1 at 7:30 p.m. in Ursinus College’s Lenfest theater. Emmons graduated from Oberlin College and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop in 2002. He has taught at the University of the Arts, Loyola University […]
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Caitlin Tillson firstname.lastname@example.org This semester has brought big changes to the business and economics department, as well as the exercise and sport science department. The ESS major has been renamed to health and exercise physiology, while the business and economics major will become applied economics. These new names have come along with some major changes […]
For the first time since 2010, men’s lacrosse took down Dickinson College. Ursinus brought down the Red Devils on March 29 with a score of 14-9.
Dana Feigenbaum email@example.com Nile Thompson is a standout defensive midfielder for the Ursinus men’s lacrosse team this season and has been over the past four years. Not only has Thompson contributed on the field, but he has been a major factor for the Bears off the field as well. For Nile, choosing Ursinus was an […]
Olivia Schultz firstname.lastname@example.org I have often heard people say that they are all for equal rights for women, but do not wish to be called a feminist. All feminists are not obnoxious, male-hating, lesbian, protesting, Birkenstock-wearing, bra-burning, peace-loving liberals, though there are feminists like this. There are also feminists who wear dresses with ruffles and […]
Codey Young, a senior at Ursinus, has recently been chosen as a Thomas J. Watson fellow for the 2014-2015 year.