Caitlin Tillson email@example.com Ursinus will be welcoming Holocaust survivor Rita Ross to speak on campus. Ross will come to campus on April 22, where she will speak in Olin 107 at 5:00 p.m. Although this visit is not officially part of a series of talks, Dr. Alexandria Frisch, professor of Jewish studies, has been organizing […]
Deana Harley firstname.lastname@example.org The Berman Museum of Art will be hosting the Annual Student Art Exhibition on Thursday, April 23, the same day as CoSA. The event is from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and is free to students and the public. The exhibition will showcase different art from 15 students. On the flyer sent […]
Summer program for underrepresented groups helps students transition Nikki Djambinov email@example.com I have heard people incorrectly call the program “for black people,” but it is open to many races. Race was not an issue between the participants of a program. We saw each other as fellow human beings, not defined by our ethnicity. It greatly […]
Kristen Costello firstname.lastname@example.org Ursinus Senior Chris Goss was awarded the Fulbright Scholarship on March 19. He will be the first Ursinus Fulbright winner to go to Turkey, according to Dr. Richard King, a history professor. The Fulbright scholarship was created after World War II to promote international educational exchange. It allows students from the U.S. […]
On Wed. April 1, the group We’re Just Saying Ursinus organized a demonstration to confront racism on yik yak.
Steve Valverde email@example.com Ursinus College offers a vast selection of options for minors. A new interesting minor seems to be introduced to the Ursinus course catalog every year. According to Michelle Slatalla in her New York Times article “What’s Your Minor?,” ”Minors, along with double majors, are increasingly popular as students try to master multiple […]
Held in the Myrin Library, this was the first year that the Ursinus community was welcomed to judge the contest.
Bryce Pinkerton firstname.lastname@example.org The English honor society Sigma Tau Delta is holding a Great Gatsby party on Friday, April 10. The event is at 8 p.m. in the Bear’s Den. The Great Gatsby theme was chosen to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the publication of the book, which is also April 10. All English majors […]
The Ursinus Special Interest Housing Program has some quirky new houses lined up for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Lynn Chadwick’s sculpture “Diamond” is following tradition by falling – and trying to stay – in love.
Lisa Abraham email@example.com Wikipedia has been described as the scourge of professors and the savior of students. Professors tell students not to use Wikipedia for research but students continue to use it anyway. Professors also use Wikipedia too, although they may not admit to doing so. According to Adeline Koh, the director of digital humanities […]
Dr. Louise Woodstock is highly interested in stories the media tells about how individuals can be well-functioning in our society.
Sophie Snapp firstname.lastname@example.org Alumnus Christy Barilotti graduated from Ursinus in 2001 and has since become an exemplary businesswoman and representative of the up-and-coming entrepreneurial workforce. This year, Barilotti is being recognized by the Philadelphia Business Journal’s 40 under 40 list, which recognizes the prominent businesspeople of Philadelphia who are under the age of forty. According […]