Ursinus in the News
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.
Limerick Responders Join Blood Pressure Study
The Limerick Post: Deborah Feairheller, an associate professor of health and exercise physiology, was featured in an article about a research study by the Ursinus HEART Lab on improving cardiovascular health.
Should Pa. legalize paying student-athletes?
The Philadelphia Inquirer: Jasmine Harris, an assistant professor of sociology, was included in opinion column about paying student-athletes.
Policing Anti-Semitism Everywhere No double standards on hate.
Commentary Magazine: Jonathan Marks, a professor of politics, wrote about policing anti-Semitism equally within American politics.
As colleges compete for fewer students, the pressure rises to meet enrollment targets
The Philadelphia Inquirer: Ursinus College is mentioned in a front-page story about regional enrollment trends. Shannon Zottola, vice president and dean of enrollment, and Scott Deacle, associate professor of business and economics, are quoted.
6-year-old with cystic fibrosis gets drafted to Ursinus men’s soccer team
WPVI-TV (6ABC): Coverage of 6-year-old Montgomery County resident Michael Mathis “signing” with the Ursinus men’s soccer team appeared during a live news broadcast.
Aristocracy of Letters
Washington Examiner: Jonathan Marks, a professor of politics, penned an article about Anthony Kronman’s book The Assault on American Excellence.
LOOKING FOR ANSWERS: Ursinus class is using journalism to help
The Phoenix Reporter & Item: A media and communications studies course at Ursinus taught by Doron Taussig was featured in an article about “solutions journalism”.
Professors Have Feelings, Too
Inside Higher Ed: Jasmine Harris, an assistant professor of sociology, shared her comments on the topic of faculty emotions in this story.