The Muslim Student Association was half-funded by the Student Finance Board for $5,500 to host a comedy night at their weekly meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 6.
Despite almost an hour-long interlude of electronic music, there was a tangible change in the energy of the crowd as Grouplove came onstage to Skrillex and ASAP Rocky’s “Wild for the Night” at the Fall Concert in Kendall Hall on Saturday, Nov. 9.
The Ursinus College Fall Brawl marked the opening tournament for the sixth-ranked wrestling squad. While some of the top wrestlers did not compete to rest up for the first dual meet, the Lions still had a great showing. This individual event gave the Lions the perfect opportunity to display their depth against both Division I and Division III schools. While only two placed, the day was still successful as the men used this tournament to prepare themselves for another successful season.
Both the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams have begun their seasons as strong as ever. With three meets completed so far for each team, they have emerged victorious in all.
We all know the words to “Take Me Out to the Ballgame,” and we are all familiar with hearing the song in stadiums or on TV. But just how many of us know that “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” was a song inspired in part by Trixie Friganza, a public supporter of the women’s suffrage movement and mistress of songwriter Jack Norworth?
Concert composer Stephen Gorbos illuminates the trials and tribulations of revising music and bringing it to life.
At their Halloween show, the campus’ improv troupe dress up and double down on their usual quirkiness.
Saudi Arabia turned down a highly coveted seat on the United Nations Security Council on Friday, Oct. 18, in what the United Nations and many others around the world saw as a shocking and unprecedented move, only a day after they had won a Security Council seat for the first time, according to The New York Times.
When autumn arrived, the College’s students found time to get off campus and enjoy the crisp, beautiful season. Students visited a variety of places in the surrounding area, some are well known destinations and others are hidden gems.
‘Carrie’ is much the same film as its beloved 1976 predecessor, with a cautionary message still largely in tact.
Postmodern poet Paul Legault shares his quirky insight and existential quandaries with students and staff at the College.
Old friends, good food, fun times, nice weather and a win for the Lions: What else could the College’s students and alumni ask for?
Twenty-eight College organizations, 13 teams and one week to prove that your team has the most school spirit.
The stage was set for something dramatic at the end of Homecoming, a game in which quarterback Chris Spellman came alive and the football team’s defense stayed dominant for a 21-20 win over visiting Morrisville State College.