Write your story.
For English majors at Ursinus, reading books is just the beginning. We have a vibrant community of readers, writers, and scholars who engage the world around them as students of literature.
We work with poetry and prose and drama, with film and art, and with critical, creative, and collaborative writing to fashion our own stories as we discuss the stories that surround and sustain us.
February 13th, 2019
Feb 13 2019 4:30pmMoving the Conversation Beyond Trump and Facebook: Characteristics of Information Disorder in a Global ContextInnovation and Discovery Center, Room 114Claire Wardle is currently a resident TED Fellow exploring the challenges associated with trust and truth in the digital age.
February 27th, 2019
Feb 27 2019 6:45pmColleges Have 99 Problems (But Political Correctness Ain’t One)Lenfest Theater, Kaleidoscope Performing Arts CenterDavid M. Perry, a journalist, activist and undergraduate career advisor for history majors at the University of Minnesota, argues that there’s nothing wrong with political correctness, that it’s necessary to be careful about giving platforms to hate, and that we need to shift public attention to the real threats to higher education today.
April 11th, 2019
Apr 11 2019 2:00pmMontgomery County Libraries Presents One Book, One County With Adriana TrigianiBomberger AuditoriumTrigiani is the bestselling author of 16 books and is a television writer, film director and entrepreneur.
Away With Words:
Meet Emily Duffy
Recent alumnus, Emily shares her Ursinus experience, including a unique opportunity to travel for a digital humanities project.