Fall is here and Ursinus Magazine celebrates the opening of the Center for Science and the Common Good. The Center “not only reflects Ursinus College’s rich legacy in the sciences, but connects it to our values of civic engagement and working across disciplines,” says President Bobby Fong. Read Keep Moving, the article in this issue that explores the national epidemic of childhood obesity and share the stories of exceptional Ursinus alumni and faculty on the front lines of finding answers to this disease. Obesity, says Dr. Christina Wee 1989, has the greatest impact on populations of people who have less ability to make choices in their work and home. Wee is Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Did you want to learn more about American Philosophers? Professor of Philosophy and Humanities Carlin Romano talks to Ursinus Magazine about his new critically-acclaimed book America the Philosophical. And for inspiration, get to know Lieutenant Colonel Aaron Burgstein 1995 who fought a brain tumor and explains how family – and running – are helping him to heal.