Berman’s ‘Sleep’ Shows Public Sleeper Photos; Warhol Film

From the mid-1960s through the 1970s, New York-based photographer Michael Putnam captured images of people around the world sleeping in public places. His sleepers, found sprawled in parks, curled up on benches, and contorted into all sorts of unlikely positions, were seen in passing, photographed, and left to sleep on. Read More»

77 Portraits and Sleep at Berman Museum of Art

New Summer Hours – Closed Sundays and Mondays, May 27 – August 25
Open Tuesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed for holidays, Saturday, May 24, and Friday & Saturday, July 4 & 5
Diary of the One Swelling Sea |  Extended to June 15, 2014

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Class of 2014 Graduates in Inspiring Ceremony

Commencement 2014

Inspiring a standing ovation, Commencement speaker Zainab Hawa Bangura, Special Representative of the (United Nations) Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict, told the Class of 2014 that every one of them “has the power to positively impact the life of another person.” See Video. Read More»

Sustainability Office Issues Tips for Summer

The end of the academic year is here and many students will be leaving campus for other locations. The Office of Sustainability has this message: “Even though you’re off campus, you can take sustainability with you!” Read More»

Sustainable Move-Out Relies on Partners, Participation

As students move off campus, 10 thousand pounds of usable items end up in landfills each year. At Ursinus, however, the Office of Sustainability’s Sustainable Move-Out program, entering its fifth year, keeps reusable and recyclable items from ending up in the landfill. This year faculty and staff also can donate clothing to the Move-Out tents. Read More»