Fall 2017

Volume 121

  • To Our Readers,

    This fall marks the beginning of my third year as president of Ursinus College. As I reflect on my time here and all of the amazing things we’ve accomplished together, I’ve come to an important realization: this is a great job. keep reading

Also In This Issue

  • John French with the Heefner Memorial Organ

    The Anatomy of the Heefner Memorial Organ

    Take a look inside the Heefner Memorial Organ with the help of professor John French.
  • Kimberly Small

    Out of This World

    Kimberly Small ’97 is the planetarium director in Upper Dublin Schools. The former Ursinus physics major talks about cataclysmic variables, black holes and if we really are alone in the universe.
  • Matt Mizenko

    The Burning Question

    Could internment campus for American citizens be established again?
  • Patty Galupo

    What the Pros Know

    When Patti Galupo ’77 joined the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) at age 23 in 1978, she was one of the first women to work in federal law enforcement as a special agent.