Ursinus Tutors Host Holiday Extravaganza

America Reads tutoring program

Norristown area elementary school students will be treated to the annual Holiday Extravaganza at Ursinus College as part of the America Reads and ACLAMO tutoring programs Dec. 6 in Wismer Lower Lounge. Read More»

Sandy: Climate Change?

(Reposted from Ursinus Grizzly)
Aside from 20 uprooted trees and some damaged roofs, campus was left relatively unscathed by Sandy. In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, a tropical storm that hit the Northeast coast of the United States last weekend, the discussion of climate change has reemerged to the forefront among concerned Americans. Read More»

Students Plant Small Trees for Large Impact

Planting small trees in an open landscape can have a big impact on a local watershed.  Ursinus students saw that they can make a difference by planting in nearby Lower Frederick Township’s Cuddy Park. Read More»

M’Baye to Speak on Africana Studies Field

Dr. Babacar M’Baye

Dr. Babacar M’Baye, who is a former Ursinus teaching assistant in French from the Universite de Gaston Berger de Saint-Louis in Senegal, and now a Ph.D. in the Pan-African Studies and English departments at Kent State University, will speak to students and faculty on “New Developments in Africana Studies” at  3:30 on Thursday in Unity House. Read More»