SLEEP
2. Michael Putnam Patna, India, 1966 Gelatin silver print © Michael Putnam

Michael Putnam’s distinctive photos of people around the world sleeping in public places will be at the Berman Museum through Oct. 26, accompanied by a presentation of Andy Warhol’s legendary film Sleep.  Details>

INVOLVED
activities fair 2014

Clubs and organizations provide students with a political voice, creative outlets, networking opportunities, religious community, and entertainment. Photos from this year’s Activities Fair. Details >> 

FAMILY DAY
Family Day 2014

Students, faculty and staff will welcome family members to campus this Saturday, September 13th for a day of food, games, activities and a showcase of student achievement. Details>>

POLITICAL PANEL
POLITICAL PANEL

PCN will broadcast Wednesday’s panel discussion, "Polarization in Politics," on Thursday, Sept. 11 at 8 p.m. and Friday, Sept. 12 at 10:30 a.m. Details >>

READ
Ursinus Magazine Spring 2014

Read Ursinus Magazine’s story on Externship Program, connecting alumni and students in the workplace. Learn why English Professor Matt Kozusko says Shakespeare is a powerful roadmap for navigating modern life.  Read Spring/Summer 2014 >

In The News

Ursinus Remembers President Fong

Following the death of Dr. Fong, updated information will be posted as it becomes available. A public memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 20, in Bomberger Hall.

Summer Fellows

Among other topics, Ursinus students spent the summer researching water quality, cardiovascular health, Civil War history, Israeli art, manatee conservation and pesticide alternatives.

Distinctive Program

Ursinus is one of 14 colleges offering a Peace Corps Prep program.

 

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