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January 20, 2012 | BY JOHN F. MORRISON, morrisj@phillynews.com 215-854-5573
JORDAN T. Baumeister was the kind of guy every business would like to have in its office: Eager, efficient, imaginative, funny and cheerful. What more could you want? Jordan applied those characteristics to his job as a production assistant for NBC 10, where he endeared himself to fellow workers and supervisors alike. "Jordan always put a positive spin on everything," said morning news manager Jennifer Wiggins. "He was an absolute joy. " Jordan, an outstanding athlete and champion wrestler in middle school, high school and college, was diagnosed with cancer while a sophomore at Ursinus College.
NEWS
April 14, 2014 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Dr. Philip Marone, team physician for the Phillies from 1972 to 1999, recalled Dr. Jerome M. Cotler as "a great guy, the nicest man you'll ever find. " At Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Marone said, they shared an office from 1992 to 2002, when Dr. Cotler "was the spine surgeon and I was sports medicine. " Dealing with spinal injuries, "he would get calls all hours" of the night. "I cherish the times we spent with each other through the years," Marone said. On Thursday, April 10, Dr. Cotler, 85, of Voorhees, director of orthopedic surgery at Jefferson Hospital from 1986 to 1995, died of multiple systems atrophy at home.
NEWS
October 14, 2011
A low-wattage LED-light conversion project at Ursinus College in Collegeville is among 13 clean energy projects that received $3.7 million in grants Friday from the Pennsylvania Energy Development Authority. Ursinus will receive $120,645 to add to its $41,514 investment to retrofit 214 parking lot and walkway lights with LED lights, reducing annual electricity costs by about $20,000. The Allentown Commercial and Industrial Development Authority also received a $500,000 grant to go toward a $31 million biogas project at Allentown's wastewater treatment plant.
SPORTS
January 30, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Steve Harner earned his 300th victory as a wrestling coach when Conestoga defeated visiting Haverford High, 32-25, Tuesday night. The win was Harner's 75th since he became Pioneers coach in 2008. He also coached at his alma mater, Norristown, from 1985-2004, and was inducted into the Southeastern Pennsylvania Wrestling Coaches Hall of Fame in '08. Since 1978, Harner also has coached at Clarion Area and Bishop Kenrick High Schools, Ursinus College, and Williamson Free Trade School.
NEWS
February 3, 2012 | By Jeff Gammage, Inquirer Staff Writer
Ursinus College made a highly unusual move when it named Bobby Fong its president last year. Not because of his qualifications - he's brilliant, educated at Harvard, editor of a volume of poetry, a world authority on Oscar Wilde. It was unusual because Fong is Chinese American. And in the United States, Asians rarely get to be college presidents. "A friend asked me, 'Why are we workhorses and not show horses?' " said Roy Saigo, a Japanese American scholar and former head of schools in the South and in the Midwest.
SPORTS
February 10, 2010 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
For the second time in five days, many local collegiate athletic events were canceled or postponed because of what was expected to be a massive snowstorm. Five of tonight's women's basketball games were postponed until tomorrow night at 6. They are Stockton at Kean, Shippensburg vs. Millersville, Ursinus College vs. Haverford, Rutgers-Camden vs. the College of New Jersey and Widener's game at Alvernia. Rowan's game with Neumann University was canceled. On the men's side, five games were postponed until tomorrow night at 8. They are Stockton at Kean, Shippensburg vs. Millersville, Ursinus College vs. Haverford, Rutgers-Camden vs. the College of New Jersey and Widener at Alvernia.
NEWS
October 18, 2014 | By Mike Jensen, Inquirer Staff Writer
STARKVILLE, Miss. - The first time his father made the trip for a spring football game, Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen warned him about the drive, that it would be a rural one from the airport in Jackson up to Starkville. Mullen told him it would be like traveling in the hills of Pennsylvania "past the Main Line. " The 42-year-old coach of the Mississippi State Bulldogs, the improbable top-ranked college football team in the nation - after the fastest rise to the top in the history of the sport, from unranked to No. 1 in six games - is a Drexel Hill native and Ursinus College graduate.
NEWS
December 21, 2005 | By Sally A. Downey INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Richard P. Richter, 74, president emeritus of Ursinus College, died Friday of lung cancer at the Frederick Mennonite Retirement Community near Schwenksville. Mr. Richter headed Ursinus from 1976 until 1994. He earned a bachelor's degree from the college in 1953 and 12 years later joined the faculty as an English instructor and alumni secretary. He was offered a position, his daughter Karen said, after a college administrator admired his writing style in a commentary piece he wrote for the alumni magazine.
NEWS
November 20, 1986 | By Herm L. Rogul, Special to The Inquirer
Jean Harshaw Lesko of Abington was inducted into Washington College's athletic hall of fame last month. Harshaw, an outstanding tennis, field hockey and basketball player, was the only woman on the Washington tennis team in 1936 and 1937. Mike Burnetta, a senior midfielder from Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School and the co-captain of the Philadelphia Textile soccer team, ranked ninth in a recent ISAA-Adidas Coaches Poll. Seamus McElligott, a freshman from La Salle High, placed fifth to lead Tom Donnelly's Haverford College cross-country team to its second straight title in the Allentown College Invitational.
NEWS
January 31, 1991 | By Brigette ReDavid, Special to The Inquirer
Doug Markley and his band will perform their powerful fusion of rock and intricate jazz at 8 tonight in the Bomberger Auditorium at Ursinus College, Main Street, Collegeville. Markley says the best way to describe his original work is as a cross between a funky Jeff Beck and Tom Scott. "There are a lot of very recognizable melodies so it's pleasing to the ear," Markley said. The compositions performed will be original work featuring plenty of solos by sax player Bill Butryn; pianist Ted Baker, who plays with Phillip Glass; bassist Steve Green, and drummer Chris Jones, also of the Elevators, and by the driving force of guitarist Markley.
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