Sydney has a passion for art and explains how the supportive department allows for free expression and growth. Meet Sydney
- <div class="lw_blurbs_body"><p> You’re more than a major.<br class="mobile-only"/> Most of us are a little bit of, well, <em>everything</em>.</p></div>
Sydney CopeAllentown, PA Class of 2019Sydney Cope
Solana WarnerDowningtown, PA Class of 2018Solana Warner
Solana loves how diverse and powerful writing can be - whether it be a poem, a gripping novel, or a profound memoir piece. She is a Fellow in our Center for Writing and Speaking.
Timothy CarrollMarlton, N.J. Class of 2019Timothy Carroll
Tim balances a rigorous finance course load with the demands of the lacrosse team. But the ability to do both, is what drew him to Ursinus.
Alex LubenCarson, California Class of 2018Alex Luben
With her AAAS minor, Alex hopes to gain a better understanding the black experience in the context of history, systematic and institutional racism, and culture.
William WellsNew York, NY Class of 2019William Wells
William’s research experience on childhood loss has greatly prepared him for post-graduate research next year. Meet William
Kelsey Jean-BaptisteBrooklyn, NY Class of 2018Kelsey Jean-Baptiste
Kelsey’s summer fellows research project involves studying the academic, social, cultural, and psychological benefits of dance in education. Video