Ursinus in the News
Ursinus College given $11M for new scholarship program
The Mercury: Ursinus has been mentioned in an article about the record breaking $11 million gift given by Joan and Will Abele ’61 to support to Abele Scholars Program here at Ursinus.
Chronicle of Philanthropy Gifts Roundup
Chronicle of Philanthropy: Ursinus is one of several colleges and universities featured in the latest Chronicle of Philanthrophy Gifts Roundup. Urisnus has been noted for the $11 million gift from Joan and Will Abele ’61 for the Abele Scholars Program.
Ursinus College receives $11M donation for student scholarships
Philadelphia Business Journal: This article shares details about the Abele Scholars Program at Ursinus and the record breaking support from Joan and Will Abele ’61.
Ursinus College receives $11 million donation, its largest, for student scholarships
The Philadelphia Inquirer: Ursinus has been featured in an article detailing the generous $11 million gift from Joan and Will Abele ’61.
‘Die Hard,’ a Christmas tradition, just like candy canes, cookies and Santa Claus
Philly Voice: Jennifer Fleeger, an associate professor of media and communications studies and film studies coordinator, shared her expertise on the topic of whether or not Die Hard can be considered a Christmas movie.
Clash of Clans: Election Edition
Niemen Lab: Tony Nadler, an associate professor of media and communications studies, penned a prediction piece about 2020 election coverage.
The Latest and Greatest to See at Philly’s Art Museums
Philadelphia Style: In celebration of the Berman Museum’s 30th anniversary, this news piece shares details of the interactive To Berman with Love exhibit on display until October 2020.
This art exhibit in the Philly suburbs really nails it, carpenter-style
The Philadelphia Inquirer: Ursinus College has been mentioned in an article detailing the four shows currently on exhibit in the Berman Museum of Art, including Music for 150 Carpenters.
Will the NCAA’s move to let college athletes get paid endorsements make a difference? 3 questions answered
The Baltimore Sun: Jasmine Harris, an assistant professor of sociology, penned an article about the NCAA’s plan to allow student athletes to profit from their own image and likeness.
Moving beyond ‘Zuck sucks’
Columbia Journalism Review: Tony Nadler, an associate professor of media and communications studies, and Doron Taussig, a visiting assistant professor of media and communications studies, co-wrote an essay about “Big Tech” coverage in journalism.