UC Named to Presidential Honor Roll for Service

Ursinus students have been recognized for community service. The Corporation for National and Community Service has honored Ursinus College with a place on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, for exemplary service to the communities it serves. Read More»

Tohoku Night: An Event for Japan, to Share Our Concern

Ursinus College is presenting TOHOKU NIGHT: An Event for Japan, Thursday, March 31, 7:30 pm, in Wismer Lower Lounge. The Japan Club and UCARE invite the Ursinus community and friends to attend the program, during which participants can express concern for the people of the Tohoku region of Japan, home to our sister school Tohoku Gakuin University (TGU) in Sendai. Read More»

Acclaimed Human Rights Activist John Prendergast To Speak

John Prendergast, a human rights activist and best-selling author who has worked for peace in Africa for over 25 years will speak on campus March 22. He is the co-founder of the Enough Project, an initiative to end genocide and crimes against humanity affiliated with the Center for American Progress. Read More»

Scholars Absorbed Culture of Madagascar

Acute poverty is a daily reality in Madagascar. But Ursinus sophomores, Liam Marston and Madeline McEvily say after five weeks in the small African country, they left with a sense of deep inspiration. As Bonner Leaders, they, along with senior, Amanda Finch, lived and worked this summer in Toliara, one of the poorest areas of Madagascar. Read More»

Project Pericles Hosts a Leadership Workshop

Project Pericles hosted a six-hour workshop Sept. 24 in the Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art to give students the tools to initiate change and to motivate them to pursue their political goals. The workshop was titled “D4D on the Road,” which stands for “Debating for Democracy.” It teaches students to apply values to the discussions fostered by democracy. Project Pericles is a non-profit organization that helps educate and encourage college students to be active and engaged citizens. Read More»