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.