Magazine

Winter 2018

Volume 122

  • Dear Readers,

    We began this spring semester with an inspiring week of activities honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. I could not be more proud of a campus community that came together to reflect and to celebrate the ideals that Dr. King—and many other thought leaders, artists, writers, activists and performers—championed through their words and actions. keep reading

Also In This Issue

  • Cris Mathew '06

    Office Space: The Champion Doctor

    Cristin Mathew ’06 is an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine fellow at Houston Methodist Hospital. He was a team physician for the world champion Houston Astros during the 2017 season.
  • Alan Novak

    Bipartisanship: Do People Really Want It? 

    Bipartisanship. It’s that magic potion cure-all people think they want, then forget about, leaving it on the shelf to collect dust.
  • A member of the International Sports Hall of Fame, Lorimer served on the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and...

    What the Pros Know: The Real Mr. Universe

    James Lorimer ’49 is a World War II veteran, attorney and FBI agent, an Ohio mayor and vice president of government affairs for Nationwide Mutual Insurance.

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    The Anatomy of the Ursinusiana Collection

    The Ursinusiana Collection, located on the second floor of the Myrin Library, contains all of Ursinus’s historical artifacts and records.

  • MK Speth '15

    Teaching Global Sustainability in Africa

    MK Speth ’15 had a truly global experience at Ursinus. She earned a yearlong fellowship through Princeton in Africa, a program that develops young leaders committed to Africa’s advancement.