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The Lantern, 2019-2020, Colleen Murphy, Jeremy Moyer, Adam Mlodzinski, Samuel Ernst, Lauren Toscano, Gabriel Tenaglia, Griffin Banks, Madison Mccolgan, Ria Malones, Rachel Thornton, Gabby Demelfi, Liam Worcheck, Ryan Savage, Vanessa Worley, Aviva Schuh, Emily Bradigan, Kiley Addis, Shayna Kushner, Kevin Leon, Tommy Armstrong, Matthew Schmitz, Millie Drury, Jenna Lozzi, Sarah Buck, Cyn Ercole, Morgan Mason, Janice Partee, Madison Rodak, Daniel Walker, Jordan Gagan, Brooke Yanaga, Kate I. Foley, Matthew Li, Zach Brink, Jessica White, Anastasia Dziekan, Jadidsa Perez, Ian Abrahams, Lindsey Reilly, Kalina Witkowska, Kristen Cooney, Julia Paiano, Kylie Halko, Tiffini Eckenrod, Kelsey Gavin Apr 2020

The Lantern, 2019-2020, Colleen Murphy, Jeremy Moyer, Adam Mlodzinski, Samuel Ernst, Lauren Toscano, Gabriel Tenaglia, Griffin Banks, Madison Mccolgan, Ria Malones, Rachel Thornton, Gabby Demelfi, Liam Worcheck, Ryan Savage, Vanessa Worley, Aviva Schuh, Emily Bradigan, Kiley Addis, Shayna Kushner, Kevin Leon, Tommy Armstrong, Matthew Schmitz, Millie Drury, Jenna Lozzi, Sarah Buck, Cyn Ercole, Morgan Mason, Janice Partee, Madison Rodak, Daniel Walker, Jordan Gagan, Brooke Yanaga, Kate I. Foley, Matthew Li, Zach Brink, Jessica White, Anastasia Dziekan, Jadidsa Perez, Ian Abrahams, Lindsey Reilly, Kalina Witkowska, Kristen Cooney, Julia Paiano, Kylie Halko, Tiffini Eckenrod, Kelsey Gavin

The Lantern Literary Magazines

Cochlea, Greek for Snail • That Light in the Sky • Overview Effect • The Running Man • Sunset • Rabbits • What Happened While You Were Drunk Last Saturday Night • 21st Century Frankenstein • Passing • I Saw the Veil • Star Crossed • Subtle Hints • Hungry • Basement High • The Night Who Lost Its Stars • Remnants • Nostalgia • I Want to Go to Bed • Wooden Car Blues • Silver Honey • The Breakup • Here's to Losing You • Marfa • Cold Wind Blows • Last Week • 6/12/2019 • These Feather Earrings • Every Piece of White Trash Comes from Somewhere • Color Motion Blur • Song of the Kauai O'o • You/Me/Him • Girl in ...


The Grizzly, March 5, 2020, Kevin Leon, Gillian Mccomeskey, Luke Robles, Kim Corona, Abigail Peabody, Lillian Vila Licht, Madison Rodak, Daniel Walker, Jake Supran, Ellie Lafountain Mar 2020

The Grizzly, March 5, 2020, Kevin Leon, Gillian Mccomeskey, Luke Robles, Kim Corona, Abigail Peabody, Lillian Vila Licht, Madison Rodak, Daniel Walker, Jake Supran, Ellie Lafountain

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Musical "9 to 5" Sells Out Lenfest Theater • UC Mourns the Loss of Carol Williams • Calling for Nominations for Faculty Awards • Talk on the Role of Women in Campaign Funding • Weekly Lunches Encourage Conversation • Everything to Know About UC UNICEF • Opinion: On Bloomberg and the Boys in Blue • Men's Lax Can Count on Bobby McClure Scoring Goals • Ursinus Baseball is Ready for the New Season


The Grizzly, February 27, 2020, Kevin Leon, Skylar Haas, Abigail Peabody, Gillian Mccomeskey, Ian Abrahams, Colleen Murphy, Jenna Lozzi, Jake Supran, Rosalia Murphy Feb 2020

The Grizzly, February 27, 2020, Kevin Leon, Skylar Haas, Abigail Peabody, Gillian Mccomeskey, Ian Abrahams, Colleen Murphy, Jenna Lozzi, Jake Supran, Rosalia Murphy

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

UC Introduces New Diversity Recruiter • Latin American and Spanish Film Festival • Ursinus Commemorates Black History Month • BAPS Prepares Ambitious One-Acts Fest • Club Showcase: The Tea on Bahali Club • Opinions: Coronavirus Paranoia Rooted in Cultural Insensitivity; "The Two Popes" is a Miraculously Good Movie • UC Wrestling Team Focused on Regionals • UC Softball Eyes Back-to-Back Playoff Runs


The Grizzly, February 20, 2020, Kevin Leon, Kim Corona, Gillian Mccomeskey, Luke Robles, Cyn Ercole, Colleen Murphy, Madison Rodak, Jen Joseph, Ian Abrahams, Rosalia Murphy, Ellie Lafountain Feb 2020

The Grizzly, February 20, 2020, Kevin Leon, Kim Corona, Gillian Mccomeskey, Luke Robles, Cyn Ercole, Colleen Murphy, Madison Rodak, Jen Joseph, Ian Abrahams, Rosalia Murphy, Ellie Lafountain

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

UC Hosts "The Vagina Monologues" • Spend a Semester in Philadelphia • College Launches First Mobile App • "Slavery in the Age of Memory" Talk • Q&A with the Creator of "High Education" • Get to Know New Tech with a DLA Fellow • Opinions: "The Good Place" Ends in a Good Place; "Marriage Story" Isn't Divorced from Humanity • Gymnastics Aims for First Nationals Appearance Since 2017 • Men's Hoops on the Brink of Clinching CC Playoff Berth


The Grizzly, February 13, 2020, Kevin Leon, Madison Rodak, Kim Corona, Shelsea Deravil, Gillian Mccomeskey, Jen Joseph, Daniel Walker, Jake Supran, Ava Compagnoni Feb 2020

The Grizzly, February 13, 2020, Kevin Leon, Madison Rodak, Kim Corona, Shelsea Deravil, Gillian Mccomeskey, Jen Joseph, Daniel Walker, Jake Supran, Ava Compagnoni

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Ursinus Celebrates Founders' Day • New Changes to UCSG • UC Job, Internship and Networking Fair • UCARE Introduces "Integrate for Good" • Meet Korean Culture Club "Heart & Seoul" • Opinions: The Fall of the House of "The Bachelor"; "Uncut Gems" Turns 2010s Anxiety into Great Cinema • Lydia Konstanzer is Really Good at Basketball • A Critical Clinch for Ursinus Men's Basketball


Righteousness, Reservation, Remembrance: Freedom-Loving Whites, Freedom-Seeking Blacks, And The Societies They Formed In Adams County, Brandon Roos Jan 2020

Righteousness, Reservation, Remembrance: Freedom-Loving Whites, Freedom-Seeking Blacks, And The Societies They Formed In Adams County, Brandon Roos

The Gettysburg Historical Journal

On the border between slave society and free society a collection of ideologies mixed. The residents of Adams County, even before its inception on January 22, 1800, lived in a state of division that swirled and crashed against the omnipresent slavery conundrum. The "New World Renaissance" swept through Adams County in the 1830s bringing schools, public works, businesses, and most culturally significant, new ideas. These ideas would prove to be the fount from which flowed the waters of reform. As the first settlers had made good use of the physical creeks and streams that dotted their pastoral landscape, so too ...


The Political Pen: Alice Dunbar-Nelson, Digital Harrisburg Jan 2020

The Political Pen: Alice Dunbar-Nelson, Digital Harrisburg

Women of the Eighth Ward

Presented on Friday, February 21 as part of Messiah College’s 2020 Humanities Symposium. This exhibit, “Vulnerabilities & Securities in Historic Harrisburg: From Abolition to Suffrage,” was produced by the Center for Public Humanities Student Fellows and Dr. Sarah Myers’s Public History Class.

In 1895, Alice Dunbar-Nelson published her first collection of short stories and poems, Violets and Other Tales. She also published a few plays, such as Mine Eyes Have Seen (1918) in The Crisis, the official magazine of the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People. Dunbar-Nelson often used her creative works to address racism and limitations ...


Renaissance Woman: Gwendolyn Bennett, Digital Harrisburg Jan 2020

Renaissance Woman: Gwendolyn Bennett, Digital Harrisburg

Women of the Eighth Ward

Presented on Friday, February 21 as part of Messiah College’s 2020 Humanities Symposium. This exhibit, “Vulnerabilities & Securities in Historic Harrisburg: From Abolition to Suffrage,” was produced by the Center for Public Humanities Student Fellows and Dr. Sarah Myers’s Public History Class.

While she was still an undergraduate, Bennett established her reputation as a poet when her poem “Nocturne” was published in The Crisis (the journal of the NAACP), and her poem “Heritage” was published in Opportunity (a magazine published by National Urban League). Just a year later, Bennett read “To Usward, ” her tribute to novelist Jesse Fauset, at ...


Conductor Of The Old Eighth: Harriet M. Marshall, Digital Harrisburg Jan 2020

Conductor Of The Old Eighth: Harriet M. Marshall, Digital Harrisburg

Women of the Eighth Ward

Presented on Friday, February 21 as part of Messiah College’s 2020 Humanities Symposium. This exhibit, “Vulnerabilities & Securities in Historic Harrisburg: From Abolition to Suffrage,” was produced by the Center for Public Humanities Student Fellows and Dr. Sarah Myers’s Public History Class.

Harriet McClintock Marshall was born in 1840. Her mother, Catherine, was one of the founding members of Wesley Union African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, and Harriet worked with her mother to continue establishing the church's reputation. Wesley Union, located on Tanner's Alley, was a haven for those seeking freedom through the Underground Railroad. Harriet's ...


Musician And Church Leader: Hannah Braxton Jones, Digital Harrisburg Jan 2020

Musician And Church Leader: Hannah Braxton Jones, Digital Harrisburg

Women of the Eighth Ward

Presented on Friday, February 21 as part of Messiah College’s 2020 Humanities Symposium. This exhibit, “Vulnerabilities & Securities in Historic Harrisburg: From Abolition to Suffrage,” was produced by the Center for Public Humanities Student Fellows and Dr. Sarah Myers’s Public History Class.

Hannah's leadership and administrative skills extended beyond the church to civic organizations such as the House of Ruth, Good Samaritans, and Daughters of Samaritans. In addition, she was a dedicated music teacher. She did all of this while providing for her family by working as a domestic, one of the few jobs available to African-American women ...


Rhythms Of Resilience In The Eighth: From Abolition To Suffrage, Digital Harrisburg Jan 2020

Rhythms Of Resilience In The Eighth: From Abolition To Suffrage, Digital Harrisburg

Women of the Eighth Ward

Presented on Friday, February 21 as part of Messiah College’s 2020 Humanities Symposium. This exhibit, “Vulnerabilities & Securities in Historic Harrisburg: From Abolition to Suffrage,” was produced by the Center for Public Humanities Student Fellows and Dr. Sarah Myers’s Public History Class.

This exhibit seeks to honor the spirit of perseverance and resilience demonstrated by many individuals who fought for their rights and contributed positively to the community of the Old Eighth, Dauphin County, and beyond. In this year, we celebrate the 150th anniversary of the 15th Amendment and the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. 2020 is also ...


Ardent Activist: Anne E. Amos, Digital Harrisburg Jan 2020

Ardent Activist: Anne E. Amos, Digital Harrisburg

Women of the Eighth Ward

Presented on Friday, February 21 as part of Messiah College’s 2020 Humanities Symposium. This exhibit, “Vulnerabilities & Securities in Historic Harrisburg: From Abolition to Suffrage,” was produced by the Center for Public Humanities Student Fellows and Dr. Sarah Myers’s Public History Class.

Amos was involved in the temperance movement in Harrisburg. As a founding member of the Independent Order of Daughters of Temperance, she served as the Grand Recording Scribe and District Grand Deputy of the Good Samaritan Council, no. 1. The Council listed under her address on South Avenue functioned as a political hub in the Eighth Ward ...


Abolitionist Aunty: Jane Chester, Digital Harrisburg Jan 2020

Abolitionist Aunty: Jane Chester, Digital Harrisburg

Women of the Eighth Ward

Presented on Friday, February 21 as part of Messiah College’s 2020 Humanities Symposium. This exhibit, “Vulnerabilities & Securities in Historic Harrisburg: From Abolition to Suffrage,” was produced by the Center for Public Humanities Student Fellows and Dr. Sarah Myers’s Public History Class.

Jane Morris Chester was born enslaved in Baltimore, Maryland, on July 5, 1801. Around 1828, she escaped enslavement and made a treacherous journey north to Harrisburg, where she married George Chester. After George’s death in 1859, Jane, fondly called “Aunty” by Harrisburg citizens, continued to operate the restaurant and opened a premier catering business for Harrisburg ...


Georgic Rhetoric, Virtue And The Commercialization Of Agriculture In Pennsylvania From 1785 To 1870, Naomi Ulmer Dec 2019

Georgic Rhetoric, Virtue And The Commercialization Of Agriculture In Pennsylvania From 1785 To 1870, Naomi Ulmer

Masters Theses, 2010-2019

This research examines how farmers in Pennsylvania between 1785 and 1870 were persuaded by georgic agrarianism to take social, economic and even moral risks to abandon a semi-subsistence mode of production in favor of commercial production. The georgic rhetoric is derived from Virgil’s poem “The Georgics.” It discusses agriculture and man’s labor in nature. Virgil discusses the relationship between man, nature and his ability, or inability, to control nature to ensure his own survival. Beginning in the late 18th century, supporters of improved agriculture, mostly wealthy and upper-class gentlemen, tried to persuade common yeomen farmers to produce ...


The Grizzly, December 5, 2019, Kevin Leon, Kim Corona, Madison Rodak, Jenni Berrios, Garrett Bullock, Emma Kramer, Thomas Garlick Dec 2019

The Grizzly, December 5, 2019, Kevin Leon, Kim Corona, Madison Rodak, Jenni Berrios, Garrett Bullock, Emma Kramer, Thomas Garlick

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Ursinus Cancels Swimming Seasons After Hazing Investigation • Students Detail Harassment on Main Street • Summer Internship Tips with CPD • Get to Know: Spring Break Service Trip • Opinion: Ursinus' Judicial System is Broken • Q&A with Senior Linebacker Jake McCain • Women's Basketball Walk-on Proves She is More Than Just a Baller


The Grizzly, November 21, 2019, Kevin Leon, Gillian Mccomeskey, Robert Varney, Kim Corona, Lindsey Reilly, Madison Rodak, Gabriela Pascal, Jen Joseph, Rosalia Murphy, Tim Pyne Nov 2019

The Grizzly, November 21, 2019, Kevin Leon, Gillian Mccomeskey, Robert Varney, Kim Corona, Lindsey Reilly, Madison Rodak, Gabriela Pascal, Jen Joseph, Rosalia Murphy, Tim Pyne

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

UC's Fourth Annual Celebration of Lights • Berman Museum's Fall Exhibitions • Missy Bryant Named New Dean of Students • 2020 Commencement Speaker Announced • Students Explore Philly in "Philly Word" • GSA Reflects on Semester's Exciting Events • Opinions: NY Fare Evasion Laws Harm Marginalized Groups; "Harriet" is a Triumph of a Biopic • Opening Tourney is a Slam Dunk for Men's Basketball • Freshman Wrestlers Headline Fall Brawl


The Grizzly, November 14, 2019, Kevin Leon, Kim Corona, Maggie Frymoyer, Madison Rodak, Gillian Mccomeskey, Gabriela Howell, Alyssa Martin Nov 2019

The Grizzly, November 14, 2019, Kevin Leon, Kim Corona, Maggie Frymoyer, Madison Rodak, Gillian Mccomeskey, Gabriela Howell, Alyssa Martin

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

UC's Four Watson Fellowship Finalists • #Fight4Her Activists Visit Campus • Exxon Mobil's Role in Climate Research • '19 UC Grad Named Bear Tracks Fellow • Meet Student-run Group Escape Velocity • Opinion: A Coup by any Other Name: On Bolivia • First-year QB Shines Against McDaniel • Field Hockey Concludes Postseason Run


The Grizzly, November 7, 2019, Kevin Leon, Gillian Mccomeskey, Lillian Vila Licht, Madison Rodak, Colleen Murphy, Daniel Walker, Rosalia Murphy, Tim Pyne Nov 2019

The Grizzly, November 7, 2019, Kevin Leon, Gillian Mccomeskey, Lillian Vila Licht, Madison Rodak, Colleen Murphy, Daniel Walker, Rosalia Murphy, Tim Pyne

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Have you Heard the "Rumors"? • Day of the Dead Celebration • Director Makes UC Debut with String Ensemble • Wellness Workshops Focus on Mindfulness • UrCinema Club Returns for Film Lovers • Opinion: "Jesus is King," but Yeezus is Not • What is the "Chain Gang"? • Women's Basketball Ready for New Season


The Grizzly, October 31, 2019, Kevin Leon, Kim Corona, Emma Kramer, Robert Varney, Gillian Mccomeskey, Madison Rodak, Jen Joseph, Alyssa Martin Oct 2019

The Grizzly, October 31, 2019, Kevin Leon, Kim Corona, Emma Kramer, Robert Varney, Gillian Mccomeskey, Madison Rodak, Jen Joseph, Alyssa Martin

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Here's the Plan for Campus Trees • Hammer Time at the Berman • Fall-themed Events Going on in Collegeville • Sustainability Fellows Boost a Green UC • WVOU Sets Focus on Audience Accessibility • Opinion: "Great British Bake-Off" Remakes Reality TV's Recipe • Men's Basketball Shoots for 4th CC Playoff in a Row • Wrestling Circles First Tournament at Messiah


The Grizzly, October 24, 2019, Kevin Leon, Kim Corona, Gillian Mccomeskey, Madison Rodak, Jenni Berrios, Daniel Walker, Jake Supran, Gabriela Howell Oct 2019

The Grizzly, October 24, 2019, Kevin Leon, Kim Corona, Gillian Mccomeskey, Madison Rodak, Jenni Berrios, Daniel Walker, Jake Supran, Gabriela Howell

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Director of Residence Life Accepts Position at Franklin and Marshall • UC Welcomes New Director of Disability Services • Dean Bryant Starts "Mondays with Missy" • Popular Biology Course Returns for Spring • Opinions: I saw "Joker" and it was Just OK; Chile Protests add to Issues in Latin America • Tennis Duo Makes History in Virginia • Swimming Looks to Fill Pool with More Championships


The Grizzly, October 10, 2019, Kevin Leon, Gillian Mccomeskey, Colleen Murphy, Lillian Vila Licht, Jen Joseph, Daniel Walker, Rosalia Murphy Oct 2019

The Grizzly, October 10, 2019, Kevin Leon, Gillian Mccomeskey, Colleen Murphy, Lillian Vila Licht, Jen Joseph, Daniel Walker, Rosalia Murphy

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

"Si, se Puede!" Speaker Series Debuts • Charles Rafferty Reads his Brief and Humorous Poems • Highlights from the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report • Meet this Year's "Lantern" Editor • A Fresh New Look for the Ursinus Website • Opinions: Shane Dawson: YouTube's Savior or Sinner?; More Like Saturday Night Dead, am I Right? • Alumni Give Bears Strength


The Grizzly, October 3, 2019, Kevin Leon, Kim Corona, Emina Takahashi, Madison Rodak, Jen Joseph, Jake Supran, Gabriela Howell Oct 2019

The Grizzly, October 3, 2019, Kevin Leon, Kim Corona, Emina Takahashi, Madison Rodak, Jen Joseph, Jake Supran, Gabriela Howell

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

New Play Inspired by Ursinus' History • Dr. Shuru Helps Launch Latinx Book Club • Life as an International Student at Ursinus • Librarian Creates New Myrin Escape Room • Opinions: Slouching Towards Paradise: A Bolder "Bachelor"?; Students Should Have a Say in Colleges' Endowment Investments • Volleyball Looks to get Back on Track • Field Hockey Extends Win Streak to Five Games


The Grizzly, September 26, 2019, Kevin Leon, Gabriela Pascal, Kim Corona, Madison Rodak, Jenni Berrios, Rosalia Murphy, Shelsea Deravil, Daniel Walker, Jake Supran, Gabriela Howell Sep 2019

The Grizzly, September 26, 2019, Kevin Leon, Gabriela Pascal, Kim Corona, Madison Rodak, Jenni Berrios, Rosalia Murphy, Shelsea Deravil, Daniel Walker, Jake Supran, Gabriela Howell

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Ursinus Welcomes a New Assistant Director • College Expands Recycling Capacity • Celebrating Ursinus' 150th Birthday • U-Imagine Starts Business Workshops • UCARE Offers Voter Registration • Opinions: How Studying Abroad has Been Rewarding; Sesquicentennial Fatigue is Soon to Set In • Stout Defense Stands Tall for Women's Soccer • Men's Soccer off to a Promising Start


The Grizzly, September 12, 2019, Kevin Leon, Katherine Chicano, Kim Corona, Rosalia Murphy, Madison Rodak, Colleen Murphy, Jenni Berrios, Daniel Walker, Lauren Viola, Gabriela Howell Sep 2019

The Grizzly, September 12, 2019, Kevin Leon, Katherine Chicano, Kim Corona, Rosalia Murphy, Madison Rodak, Colleen Murphy, Jenni Berrios, Daniel Walker, Lauren Viola, Gabriela Howell

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

The Commons is Coming • Ursinus Celebrates its 150th Birthday • High Expectations for Women's Field Hockey • Proposal Submission Deadline for Ursinus' Inclusive Community Grants is Approaching • Berman Exhibit Lands on Campus • Who ya Gonna Call? Campus Safety • Opinions: Is Climate Anxiety the New Nuclear Anxiety?; Meatless Options: A Positive Trend • A Promising Start for Ursinus Men's Soccer • Senior Spotlight: Tom Garlick


From Mourning To Monuments: How American Society Memorialized The Dead After 1945, Eugenia M. Wolovich Aug 2019

From Mourning To Monuments: How American Society Memorialized The Dead After 1945, Eugenia M. Wolovich

School of Arts & Sciences Theses

The following four memorials — the World War II Memorial in The Fens in Boston, the Brooklyn War Memorial in Cadman Plaza Park, the Pennsylvania Railroad World War II Memorial in the 30th Street Station, and the East Coast War Memorial in Battery Park — suggest that mid-twentieth century commemorative architecture possessed defining characteristics that differentiated them from monuments of the previous era and from each other. These unique qualities make it difficult to define this architectural period in a unified way because multiple forms of memorials arose in the wake of World War II.


Obetz, Jeremiah H., 1843-1923 (Sc 3444), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Jul 2019

Obetz, Jeremiah H., 1843-1923 (Sc 3444), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid and full-text scan of transcriptions (Click on "Additional Files" below) for Manuscripts Small Collection 3444. Letters of Jeremiah H. Obetz, Manheim, Pennsylvania, to his former employer Henry C. Gingrich, written during his service with the 9th Pennsylvania (Lochiel) Cavalry at Camp Dunham near Bowling Green, Kentucky, and at Camp Andy Johnson near Jeffersonville, Indiana. Obetz describes the pursuit of Confederate raider John Hunt Morgan, the death of a comrade, camp life, and his confidence that England could not interfere successfully against the Union. He also reports on the strength of fortifications at recently recaptured Bowling Green. Suffering ...


Gibble, Harrison H., 1822-1898 (Sc 3443), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Jun 2019

Gibble, Harrison H., 1822-1898 (Sc 3443), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Letter, 5 January 1862, of Harrison Gibble, 79th Pennsylvania Infantry, to his friend Henry Gingrich in Manheim, Pennsylvania. From Camp Wood, Munfordville, Kentucky, Gibble writes of the cold weather, the repair of a bridge across the Green River that had been destroyed by Confederates, the construction of floating bridges, and his company’s anticipated move to Cave City, Kentucky. He also relays reports of Confederate withdrawal toward Nashville and of 5,000 sick in hospital at Bowling Green. He mentions the names of other Manheim soldiers in his regiment, asks Gingrich to draw funds for his wife out of ...


Shale Play: Poems And Photographs From The Fracking Fields By Julia Spicher Kasdorf And Steven Rubin, Kelly Shepherd Jun 2019

Shale Play: Poems And Photographs From The Fracking Fields By Julia Spicher Kasdorf And Steven Rubin, Kelly Shepherd

The Goose

Review of Julia Spicher Kasdorf and Steven Rubin's Shale Play: Poems and Photographs from the Fracking Fields


The Grizzly, May 9, 2019, Courtney A. Duchene, William Wehrs, Sam Isola, Johnny Myers, Thomas Bantley, David Mendelsohn, Thomas Garlick, Zack Muredda May 2019

The Grizzly, May 9, 2019, Courtney A. Duchene, William Wehrs, Sam Isola, Johnny Myers, Thomas Bantley, David Mendelsohn, Thomas Garlick, Zack Muredda

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Kingston Out, Varner in for Bear Bash • Ursinus Reacts to Symbol of Hatred • Q&A with President Blomberg • Ursinus Graduates First Wave of Education Studies Majors • Breakaway Student Productions' One Act Festival Premieres Four Student-Written Plays • Ursinus Fulbright Scholar, Jason Bennett '19, to Research Theoretical High-Energy Physics at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands • Opinions: Swarthmore Scandal Speaks to Greater Issues with Fraternity Culture; The United States Should Shorten its Work Week • Athlete Spotlight: Running Back Sam Ragland '21 • The "Thanks for a Fun Two Years" Award: You, the Fans • Bears Win Conference Championship


The Grizzly, May 2, 2019, Courtney A. Duchene, Skylar Haas, Sam Isola, Johnny Myers, Shelsea Deravil, William Wehrs, Jen Joseph, David Mendelsohn, Tom Cardozo May 2019

The Grizzly, May 2, 2019, Courtney A. Duchene, Skylar Haas, Sam Isola, Johnny Myers, Shelsea Deravil, William Wehrs, Jen Joseph, David Mendelsohn, Tom Cardozo

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Hollywood Actor Visits Ursinus • UCDC Brings Dynamic Performances to COSA • Ursinus Student Makes History by Being First Student to be Accepted in Major Program • COSA Features Play About Racism on Campus • "Calling All Textures" Event Brings the Community Together • Sophomore AJ Belville Wins Scholarship to Study in Scotland for a Year • Opinions: We Must not Ignore China's Cultural Purging; Disney's Newest "Dumbo" Fails to Soar • Football Team Preparing for Fall Season with Spring Workouts • The "Fine, We'll do This Later" Award: Kayla Quinn • Bears' Playoff Push Falls Short