Students unite for worker justice

Sarah Hojsak sahojsak@ursinus.edu Monday morning, stacks of brightly colored construction paper and markers fill a table in Lower Wismer. Greeting students that approach the table, Ursinus junior Zev Bliss explains the initiative to write thank you cards for members of the cleaning staff. Organized by United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS), the cards are intended to […]


International Perspective: French TA excited to learn what it’s really like to live in the U.S.

Lea Mariette lemariette@ursinus.edu   It’s been almost two months now that I have been in the U.S. As a foreigner, I am often asked about what I like or dislike the most about this country, and one question seems to be the most recurrent: “Why did you choose to come to the U.S.?” Behind this […]


Students need to understand consent

Cat Urbanski caurbanski@ursinus.edu Editor’s Note: This article addresses themes of sex, rape, and  sexual assault. We advise discretion for readers.   What is consent? At the most basic level, it is approving of something. On college campuses, however, consent has come to mean something more. Conversations about consent often center on someone’s right to decide […]


UC Athletes Give Back to Their Community

Jonny Cope jocope@ursinus.edu Ursinus’ student body has a thriving culture of giving back, with an overabundance of service opportunities to be had. One of the most popular services is Big Brothers Big Sisters. This year, however, almost every volunteer in the program is an athlete. Coordinated by junior Jake Zolna, the Big Brothers Big Sisters […]