Summer 2019

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Volume 126

  • Dear Readers,

    I’m pleased to present to you this latest issue of Ursinus Magazine, one that focuses in part on how some members of our community are both contributing to and inspired by the sciences. keep reading

Also In This Issue

  • Illustration by Erica Gramm

    Should We Be Playing God?

    With the advent of new technology, the genomes of living things can be edited to produce desired effects. Could this mean an end to all human disease?
  • Jacquelyn Fox '11

    Office Space: Keeper of the Ancient Past

    With some 55,000 centuries-old artifacts from Egypt on hand, Jacquelyn Fox  ’11 serves as a gatekeeper of sorts at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.
  • Patricia Lott

    Getting to Know: Dr. Patricia Lott

    Dr. Patricia Lott is one of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation’s 32 Career Enhancement Fellows for 2019-20. She talks to Ursinus Magazine about digital history and more.
  • Lost and Found with Professor Jeanine McCain

    Lost & Found

    Jeanine McCain found something a bit unexpected during a visit to an antiques mall during a trip home to Montana: a piece of Ursinus history.
  • Alumni Weekend 2019

    Alumni Weekend 2019

    Hundreds of proud Ursinus alumni came back to campus on April 12 and 13 to reconnect with classmates and to meet current students and faculty. The weekend included tours, speakers and the opportunity to sit in on classes. The classes of 1964, 1969 and 1959 celebrated milestone reunions.

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