A swashbuckling Douglas Fairbanks will be brought to life as renowned silent film accompanist Ben Model plays the Heefner Memorial Organ at Ursinus College for the original Zorro film. The free program is Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. in Bomberger Auditorium. Read More
The Pottstown Mercury promoted this fall’s Dinner and a Show, a program serving area residents run by the Collegeville Economic Development Corporation. The show was the play, Picture of Dorian Gray. Dinner and a Show offers the option for patrons to enjoy discounts at dinner in one of many area restaurants.
Carla Rinde, Director of the Office of Career and Professional Development, was quoted on advice to first-year students for whom careers may seem in the distant future. One post is on the benefits of shadowing and internship experiences. A second post notes the importance of early networking. The blog helps students and families with information on how to choose a college.
Professor of Environmental Studies Richard Wallace was a speaker at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Policy Scientists held at Brown University in Providence, RI Sept. 25-27, where he presented on the collaborative research he is undertaking with Ursinus Environmental Studies major Karina Marks Read More
The Picture of Dorian Gray, an upcoming premiere of a new adaptation of the Oscar Wilde classic, has special meaning for writer Domenick Scudera, Professor of Theater at Ursinus College, and the cast and crew. Read More
Members of OSOS (Outstanding Students Organizing Spirit) distributed wristbands to honor President Bobby Fong, 15th president of Ursinus College, who died unexpectedly on Sept. 8, 2014. Imprinted on each wristband was the phrase “Go Bears!”—Bobby’s signature sign-off. Read More
In celebration of Sustainability Week at Ursinus, students, staff and alumni added new plants to the rooftop garden at the Berman Museum of Art. Read More