Collegeville Borough Plans Holiday Festivities Dec. 3

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The Ursinus community is welcome to join the holiday festivities in Collegeville Borough Dec. 3, including a run, a tree lighting and an open house. The Bearitones will be performing, and the Berman Museum of Art is co-sponsoring an ice sculpture artist. Read More»

Faculty Good News; Student Good News

Environmental Studies professor co-authors a winning paper; Math professor’s paper co-authored with students accepted for publication; History professor presents paper; Theater professor blogs for popular news site; and Psychology Professor and student present poster. ESS student is best in state. Read More»

The Liberal Arts Advantage

The Liberal Arts Advantage

A liberal arts education is a good basis for a career, a new study shows. Graduates of the nation’s top liberal arts colleges say they are better prepared, and rated their college experience highly, compared to graduates of any other types of colleges, according to a new study commissioned by the Annapolis Group, a consortium of leading liberal arts colleges. Read More»

Alumna physician to speak at MAPS meeting

Dr. Tarika Tiggett-James, M.D., Ursinus Class of 2000, clinical lead and family physician, Adult Medicine Unit at the Brownsville Multiservice Family Health Center, Brownsville, N.Y., will speak Sunday, Nov. 20 to the Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students. Dr. Tiggett-James, a former member of the Ursinus College Board of Trustees, will speak at 6 p.m. in the Unity House on campus.

Phila. Gay Men’s Chorus Brings Holiday Spirit to Ursinus

The Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus is set to perform at Ursinus College on Tuesday, November 29 at 8 p.m. The performance will take place at the Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center, in the Lenfest Theater. The concert is free and open to the public. No reservations are necessary. Read More»