Michael Putnam’s distinctive photos of people around the world sleeping in public places will be at the Berman Museum through Oct. 26, accompanied by a presentation of Andy Warhol’s legendary film Sleep. Details>
Clubs and organizations provide students with a political voice, creative outlets, networking opportunities, religious community, and entertainment. Photos from this year’s Activities Fair. Details >>
An Ursinus first-year from Maynard, Mass. is changing how we view the disabled, one logo at a time. The forward motion logo emphasizes ability over disability. Details>>
Youth. Beauty. Desire. Obsession. Oscar Wilde explored these themes and more in his controversial story first published in 1891. This new stage adaptation is written and directed by Ursinus Professor of Theater, Domenick Scudera. Details >>
Read Ursinus Magazine’s story on Externship Program, connecting alumni and students in the workplace. Learn why English Professor Matt Kozusko says Shakespeare is a powerful roadmap for navigating modern life. Read Spring/Summer 2014 >
Dr. Fong's legacy was celebrated at a memorial service on Saturday, Sept. 20. A video of the service is available.
Ursinus is among the top 50 schools in a new New York Times rankings project based on our commitment to access.
Hershel “Woody” Williams, 93, a World War II veteran who received the Congressional Medal of Honor, visited campus.
Two successful entrepreneurs who have worked at high levels of many companies spoke as part of the U-Imagine speaker series.
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