Student Essay on Medieval Law to be Published

Katherine Pierpont

An essay by recent graduate Katherine Pierpont on the variety of late medieval laws governing prostitution will be published in Proto: An Undergraduate Humanities Journal in 2014. Pierpont, a double major in History and English, started the research for a History course called Gender and Sexuality in Medieval Europe last fall. Read More»


Hubble Scientist Talks at Ursinus

The Center for Science and the Common Good presents a lecture by Jennifer Wiseman titled “Incredible Universe, Complex World: Science, Religion, and Ethics Today” on Monday, Oct. 7, at 7 p.m. in the Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center’s Lenfest Theater. Read More»


Students Create Winning U-Innovate Logo/Slogan

U-Innovate Logo/Slogan Winners

Sophomores Kevin Rivera and Kristin McGillis were named the winners in the U-Innovate! Logo and Slogan Contest, taking home $250 each. Forty-two students submitted more than 100 slogans and 45 logos for consideration. Read More»


Romano Writes of U.S. Rise in Chinese Philosophy

Professor of Philosophy and Humanities Carlin Romano reports from the 18th conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP) conference this summer, Chinese Philosophy and the Way of Living, and notes its ascent in the U.S. Read More»


A Country in Conflict; Afghan Student Visits Ursinus

A personal account of life on the border of Afghanistan and Pakistan was offered to students during a visit by Samea Shanori, an Afghan student in her senior year at the American University of Central Asia (AUCA) in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Read More»