Sophomore Jake Weber tallied two goals and two assists apiece in the Bears’ 11-5 victory over McDaniel. Photo courtesy of Athletic Communications.
After allowing two goals within the final six minutes, the Ursinus women’s lacrosse team (4-10, 1-6 Centennial) was unable to rally and dropped their Senior Day match to McDaniel, 11-10.
Ambulances line up to transport runners, spectators and first responders injured after two bombs exploded near the Boston Marathon’s finish line. According to CNN, the blasts killed three and injured 141 people. Photo courtesy of Sam Brenner
On Monday, April 15, two bombs went off at the finish line of the Boston marathon. According to CNN, the two explosions occurred about 12 seconds apart, around 2:50 p.m.
The four years at Ursinus College fly by, and before anyone has the chance to step back and look at all they have accomplished, the seniors are frantically applying for jobs or graduate schools. While this time can be rather stressful, seniors should feel comfort in knowing that they don’t have to completely say good-bye to the place they called home for four years. Alumni are welcome back on campus and are even encouraged to meet with Career Service Advisors.
As the school year comes to an end, The Grizzly Editorial Staff would like to extend our sincerest gratitude to our faculty adviser, Dr. Kirstie Hettinga. Your passion and dedication inspires us to be better journalists and to recognize our responsibilities to the Ursinus community.
Senior Liz Chatburn played her final home game, where the Bears fell to McDaniel 11-10, on Saturday. Photo courtesy of Athletic Communications
On Saturday, April 27, a handful of Ursinus athletic programs will bid farewell to their seniors. Baseball, men’s lacrosse, and softball will all have their respective senior days, while women’s lacrosse held their senior celebration last Saturday.