Biochemistry Students Help Brownie Troop Learn About Science

BCMB Students

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BCMB) students recently volunteered their time to help some local Brownie Scouts earn their scientist badge.  The students are all members of the Ursinus Undergraduate Affiliate Network of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB). Read More»


Recyclemania Carnival a Huge Hit

Recyclemania Carnival

Stacking recycled water bottles, taste-testing organics versus non-organics, recycled origami from Ellie Katz 2015, organic aphrodisiacs (strawberries, blood oranges, chocolate), along with recycled putt-putt, basketball, pong and bowling had 150 students plus staff thinking about sustainability at the inaugural Recylemania Carnival on Feb. 26. Read More»


Kindness Week: A Feel-Good Success

Kindness Week

You couldn’t walk very far on campus this week without encountering one of the many inspirational messages written in chalk on the sidewalks. The feel-good campaign is the work of Fighting for Ophelia, which is a student-led group. Read More»


Active Beyond the Classroom

Activities Fair

A wide variety of clubs and organizations provide Ursinus students with a political voice, creative outlets, networking opportunities, religious community, and entertainment. Photos from this year’s Activities Fair show the range of options for involvement outside the classroom. Read More»


Composing an Original Symphony

David Nolan

For his Summer Fellows research, David Nolan composed an original Sonata Allegro movement of a Neo-Romantic symphony.  The piece is written for an array of instruments, he says, and features hints of atonality and non-diatonic music. Read More»


Speaker’s House Honors Ursinus Fraternity for Service

The Speaker's House

The Sigma Pi-Theta Sigma fraternity chapter of Ursinus College will be recognized for its community service and volunteer work by The Speaker’s House, a nonprofit historical organization dedicated to preserving the Trappe home of Frederick Muhlenberg, first Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.  Read More»


Activities Fair 2012: Beyond the Classroom

activities

Ursinus students are known for their involvement outside the classroom, their conviction  and ceaseless energy. A wide variety of clubs and organizations provide students with a political voice, creative outlets, networking opportunities, religious community, and entertainment. Read More»


Ursinus Men’s Rugby Victorious

rugbydc

Cheers to Ursinus Men’s Rugby who were victorious over American University in a St. Patrick’s Day contest in Washington, D.C., this weekend. The team now continues in the Nationals playoff competition. Read More»