Parlee Center highlights brain injuries in sports

Linda McIntyre limcintyre@ursinus.edu The Parlee Center for Science and the Common Good began the spring semester featuring Dr. Anne McKee, neuropathologist and expert in neurodegenerative […]

Exploring the body and mind at Ursinus

Ro Murphy romurphy@ursinus.edu Want to exercise and clear your mind at the same time? A new Ursinus walking club, run by Reverend Terri Ofori, College […]


How sweet the sound: Voices in Praise gospel choir

Come see the choir in the Youth Explosion concert on April 28! Shelsea Deravil shderavil@ursinus.edu Ursinus College’s Voices
in Praise gospel choir comes together to make […]

“God of Carnage”: Dark comedy in the Blackbox

Yasmina Reza’s play focuses on how we don’t listen to each other Sienna Coleman sicoleman@ursinus.edu Warning: this play includes violent, catastrophic, and icky content. The […]


Is action-movie masculinity breeding a nation of Neesons?

Daniel Walker dawalker@ursinus.edu We’re only a little over a month into 2019, but one of the year’s biggest celebrity scandals has already unfolded. No, it […]

Blackface is back, but it never really left

William Wehrs wewehrs@ursinus.edu Blackface is in the news
again thanks to Virginia governor Ralph Northam’s admission that he once wore blackface to a costume party in […]


Women’s Lacrosse looking to build on 2018 campaign

Peter DeSimone pedesimone@ursinus.edu The Ursinus College Women’s Lacrosse Team is back on the field and looking to build on a 2018 season that they hope […]

Gymnastics team continues to battle through tough season

Lili Vila Licht livilalicht@ursinus.edu The Ursinus Gymnastics team has faced multiple obstacles this season, including injuries, teammates leaving the team for personal or medical reasons, […]