Molly Devinney was hired by a Philadelphia nonprofit, the Lower Moyamensing Civic Association (LoMo), to design, implement and promote a student-led garden program with corresponding education and community programs at South Philadelphia High School (SPHS). South Philadelphia is known for sports teams and Mummers, but definitely not sustainable green space. Read More
This article is written by Erec Smith, assistant professor of English and director of Ursinus College’s Center for Writing. He is a co-editor and contributor to the forthcoming book, The Making of Barack Obama: The Politics of Persuasion. His recent essay, “Making Room for Fat Studies in Writing Center Theory and Practice,” can be read in the journal Praxis: A Writing Center Journal. Read More
Ursinus Magazine has been recognized with another award from the Association of Communicators in Education—CUPRAP, a tri-state organization for college publications, marketing and communications professionals. Read More
What is happiness? Hear Ursinus Philosophy Professor Kelly Sorensen’s views on the complexities of the pursuit of happiness in this fun interview. Smile while you learn about the measure and methods of being happy. Read More
As he was enjoying the surf and sun of spring break vacation, Teddy Conrad 2013 got a call that would change two lives. Conrad, a business and economics major, had registered to be a bone marrow donor. Read More
The future of Patterson Field includes new lighting and a resurfaced track, but the most pivotal of those changes include installation of a synthetic turf, replacing the grass.