Top U-Innovate! Ideas Win Chance for Further Development

Fifteen potential business plans vied for recognition in the U-Innovate! competition April 6, demonstrating that Ursinus students are independent and creative thinkers.Three top teams will get the opportunity to further develop their ideas on campus over the summer with seed money donated by Trustee Will Abele 1961. Read More»


Poet Hong and Chicago Musician Jones Discuss Creative Collaboration

Chicago-based pianist, composer and conductor Christopher Wendell Jones and poet, lyricist and Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Anna Maria Hong talk about collaborating on writing songs and influences on the creative process on March 20 at 7:30 p.m. in Bomberger Auditorium. They will perform Devil Madrigals, a new piece. Read More»


Poetry Workshop Rescheduled for Feb. 20

A poetry workshop hosted by Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Anna Maria Hong has been rescheduled for Thursday, Feb. 20 at 6:30 p.m. in Myrin Library. The event is free and open to the community. Read More»


Novelist Joe Wallace Introduces Thriller “Invasive Species”

Author Joseph Wallace will read from his new book, the global, apocalyptic thriller Invasive Species (2013, Berkley Books), Feb. 6 at 7:30 p.m. in Musser auditorium in Pfahler Hall. Wallace has been an author for more than two decades, writing on everything from science and health to dinosaurs and baseball. Read More»


JD Salinger Spirit Alive in Read-a-thon and Scholarship

Student Reading Salinger Novel

‘If you really want to hear about it . . .’  the spirit of reclusive author J.D. Salinger, who spent the fall semester of 1938 as an Ursinus College freshman, was brought to life during a Catcher in the Rye Read-a-thon in Ursinus’s Myrin Library Jan. 26. Read More»