Coffee & Conversations: A Virtual Alumni Event

Join the Alumni Council for our upcoming Coffee & Conversations virtual alumni event featuring Triple Coffee Co.

Registration includes access to a Zoom link to join us online Saturday, April 22, at noon for an event that will include:

  • A box of three coffee samples of micro-lot coffee delivered to your door (optional when registering)
  • Instructions on how to prepare the perfect cup of coffee
  • The chance to meet a Honduran coffee producer that grew your beans
  • A coffee tasting led by owner of Triple Coffee Co., Tim Melano
  • Breakout rooms with your favorite UC professors and staff to stimulate your intellectual curiosities (descriptions coming soon!)
  • 10% coupon for your future purchase at Triple Coffee Co.

Gather with UC friends, family members, or hang out with us solo from the comfort of your home! We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, April 22, for this special virtual alumni event.

Hosted by The Alumni Council

Please contact or 610-409-3358 for questions. 

Breakout Room Descriptions (more coming soon):

Breakout Room 1: Ursinus Arts Scene with Meghan Brodie ’00, Associate Professor of Theater
Join this breakout room to learn about the lively on-campus Ursinus arts scene. We’ll also chat about what entertainment you are watching! From plays to music to exhibitions, we can discuss it all…even those episodes of Love Island UK you might be streaming because although the series is a disaster, you can’t avert your eyes.

Breakout Room 2: Is non-partisan journalism possible? with Tony Nadler, Associate Professor of Media & Communication Studies
In this breakout room, Dr. Nadler will offer a quick overview of the rise of the ideal of “objectivity” in American journalism. Then, we’ll discuss contemporary debates about whether journalists can be objective and whether it’s possible and/or desirable for journalists to gain trust across parties in our polarized moment.

Breakout Room 3: Thank you, Juan Valdez!Dr. Rebecca Evans, associate professor of politics & international relations
In this breakout room, we will discuss the people and places who help bring you your morning cup of coffee. Along the way, we’ll consider some of the ways in which coffee has impacted history, economics, and politics in several producing nations and in the US.

Please register by Thursday, April 6, to receive your coffee samples in time for the event.

Please note: If you register after April 6, our vendor cannot guarantee coffee delivery for the event, but you are still welcome to join in the fun.

  • Alumni Relations

    Corson Hall Garden Level
    Phone: 610-409-3585
    Fax: 610-409-3724