ESS Adjunct plays harp for banquet at Olympic venue

Along with her duties of teaching Tai Chi, Self Defense, and Chinese Martial Arts classes at Ursinus College, adjunct instructor Betsy Chapman is a superb harpist. Her most recent notable venue was at the close of the London Olympic Games. Read More»


Romano is only American Author at Beijing Book Fair

Ursinus Professor of Philosophy and Humanities Carlin Romano debated the chief claim of his recent book, America the Philosophical — that America is the foremost philosophical culture in the history of the world, in part because of its enormous freedom of expression — with two leading Chinese intellectuals at the Beijing International Book Fair in September.  Read More»


Home is Where the Art Is

Kay Healy is a visiting professor in the Ursinus Art Department where she teaches painting and printmaking. An accomplished artist, she currently has her work shown in an exhibition, Coming Home, in Terminal E (for ticketed passengers) at the Philadelphia International Airport, where each day 10,000 people pass by her 40-foot long by nine-foot tall installation. Read More»


Ursinus Senior Earns Communicator Award

Rosemary Clark 2013 was awarded The Voices of Tomorrow College Communicator of the Year Award at the Awards Banquet of the Pennsylvania Communication Association’s 73rd Annual Conference held at Ursinus Oct. 12 and 13. Read More»