Silent Film with Live Music on Heefner Organ

Ben Model

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»


Marine Mammal Conservation: A ‘Wicked Problem?’

Richard Wallace Presents Research

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»


“Go Bears” Wristbands Honor Bobby Fong

Wristbands

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»


‘Dorian Gray’ Is Dinner and a Show Promotion

Dinner and a Show

Ursinus College has again teamed up with The Collegeville Economic Development Corp. (CEDC) to offer an entertaining and enjoyable “Dinner and a Show” promotion–a fun night out for Collegeville area residents without the hassle of Center City traffic.

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Changing Views of the Disabled, One Logo at a Time

Kayla O'Mahony

Kayla O’Mahony 2018 spent her final year at Maynard High School in Maynard, Mass., working on a senior project focused on changing society’s view on disabilities. For part of her project, Kayla converted the original handicapped signs in her town to the new accessible icon. Next up? The Ursinus campus. Read More»


Yale Ecology Professor to Discuss Water Pollution and Frogs

David Skelly

The Center for Science and Common Good presents David Skelly, director of the Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale, and Professor of Ecology and Associate Dean for Research at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, on Sept. 29 at 7 p.m. in Olin Auditorium. Read More»