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.