Members of Ursinus community gathered for the 3rd annual Celebration of Lights

The event showcased various voices from Ursinus, telling their stories about the meaning of celebration Madison Rodak marodak@ursinus.edu Candle lighting and a hot chocolate bar […]

Student discusses journey with brain surgery

Sophomore Renee Butler now studies neuroscience at Ursinus Shelsea Deravil shderavil@ursinus.edu On September 18, 2008, Renee Butler, a current sophomore at Ursinus, underwent a serious […]


Farm Fellowship and the Ursinus Campus Farm

An opportunity to gain first-hand experience with agriculture, sustainability, and food management Jenna Severa jesevera@ursinus.edu Next to Hunsberger Woods, just down 9th avenue, the Ursinus […]

Ursinus and the armed forces

Senior Alana Lorraine talks about her experience in the Army Reserves Sophia DiBattista sodibattista@ursinus.edu This fall, in celebration of Thanksgiving and Veterans Day, “The Grizzly” […]


Abolishing ICE isn’t radical, it’s obvious

Kevin Leon keleon@ursinus.edu The United States brands itself as the land of opportunity. The country was built by immigrants and has continually championed itself as […]

Venom: on capes, camp, and the case for cheese

Daniel Walker dawalker@ursinus.edu I recently saw a film that disturbed, challenged, and pushed me to consider deep truths about the society we live in. Though […]


Wrestling senior reflects on lessons learned from Coach Racich

Tommy Garlick togarlick@ursinus.edu It takes a particular type of person to enjoy wrestling. You have to like head-to-head physical battles on a daily basis, constant […]

Football caps season with four straight wins, take Centennial/MAC Bowl title

Sam Rosenthal sarosenthal@ursinus.edu David Mendelsohn damendelsohn@ursinus.edu Ursinus Football won the Centennial/MAC Bowl on Nov. 17 over Misericordia College. The victory capped off the Bears fourth […]