Dine Before ‘The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe’

Dinner and a Show

Ursinus has once again teamed up with The Collegeville Economic Development Corp. (CEDC) to offer a “Dinner and a Show” promotion, which provides an entertaining and inexpensive night out for Collegeville area residents. Ursinus’s second play this year is the edgy but optimistic comedy, The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe. Read More»

Environmental Studies Students Benefit from Grant

Hunsberger Woods

Ursinus Environmental Studies students will be rooting a few hundred tree and shrub plantings in upland areas of Hunsberger Woods, an opportunity which allows students to provide stewardship of the tract and demonstrate an overall commitment to watershed health in the Perkiomen. 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»

Students Plant Small Trees for Large Impact

Planting small trees in an open landscape can have a big impact on a local watershed.  Ursinus students saw that they can make a difference by planting in nearby Lower Frederick Township’s Cuddy Park. Read More»

Community Plans Memorial Day Pageantry, Patriotism

This year’s Collegeville-Trappe Memorial Day Parade is a family event of pageantry and patriotism. Parade chairman Russ Henze and the Parade Committee have devoted countless hours to create a spectacle of bands, cars, floats, marchers and other displays showcasing our veterans and our community.  This year’s parade theme, “Remembrance: of our Veterans, the Civil War and Collegeville History,” serves as a tribute to our local heroes and all the men and women who fought for our country, with a special emphasis on Collegeville’s role in the Civil War. Read More»