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The Grizzly, January 26, 1990, Kevin Murphy, Eleanore Hajian, Michelle L. Grande, Richard P. Richter, Krishni Patrick, Nils Groten, Judd Woytek, Steven Grubb, Anthony Mccurdy, Tara Dickson, Neil Schafer, Matt Becker, Katherine Grim, Dorothy O'Malley, Peggy Hermann, Robin Barry, Paul Gagne, Juan Espadas Jan 1990

The Grizzly, January 26, 1990, Kevin Murphy, Eleanore Hajian, Michelle L. Grande, Richard P. Richter, Krishni Patrick, Nils Groten, Judd Woytek, Steven Grubb, Anthony Mccurdy, Tara Dickson, Neil Schafer, Matt Becker, Katherine Grim, Dorothy O'Malley, Peggy Hermann, Robin Barry, Paul Gagne, Juan Espadas

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Campus Additions are Muddling Thru • Dennis Gould Makes His Life in Art With "Inner Voice" • Letters: GDI Supports Power's Points; Corson Operator Boxing Impersonal; Fashion Focus Offensive • A "Civil" Voice Inspires • Bookstore Buyback Prices Fair? • UC Hoopsters Have Winning Potential! • Slippery When Wet! • Aquabears: Quality not Quantity • Lady Tumblers Hopeful • Grappling to Victory • Corson Special: Phone in a Box • Student Symposium • Lantern Finally Here • Vacancies Filled • Bears On Their Way! • Athletes of the Week • Changes on Track • Student-Faculty Interactions Beneficial for Both • Kriebel to Lecture at Museum • Workshops Offered


The Grizzly, December 2, 1988, Jean M. Kiss, Richard P. Richter, Lora L. Hart, Sidney Greenburg, Lenore Bailey, Fred Gladstone, Michelle L. Grande, Matt Weintraub, Judd Woytek, Peggy Hermann, Reed Coats, Kevin Murphy, M. Scott Landis, Bridget Algeo Dec 1988

The Grizzly, December 2, 1988, Jean M. Kiss, Richard P. Richter, Lora L. Hart, Sidney Greenburg, Lenore Bailey, Fred Gladstone, Michelle L. Grande, Matt Weintraub, Judd Woytek, Peggy Hermann, Reed Coats, Kevin Murphy, M. Scott Landis, Bridget Algeo

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

No Longer Stoned by Administration: Charges Dropped • 145 "Chickens" of Chadwick Chain Check In • Letter: Cross Country Earns Kudos • Lantern Thrives at Fifty-five • Peace Hosts a Challenge • Happy Hanukkah! • Happenin' Holidays • Hallelujah to Handel's Messiah Performance • Hermann and Murphy Take Grizzly Reins • Crossroads Debuts • Ursinus Hoopsters' Clutch Plays Lift Bears' to Fast Start • 'Mers Sunk by W.C. • Ursinus' Lady Bears Riding 4-Game Win Streak • Ursinus Gymnasts Open Season at Navy • Bravo! Bravo! • Speth Sets Better Limit • Dean Nace Leads MBA Race • Outstanding Alumnae Address Whitians • Maintenance Maintains Ursinus • Final Exam Schedule


The Grizzly, February 28, 1986, Joseph F. Pirro, Andy Standeven, Rick Mckenning, Cindy Nitschmann, Lisa Sabia, Angela M. Salas, Rita Wallace, Dean Lent, Jill Theurer, Catherine Chambliss, Craig Dilouie, Maura Beaudry, David M. Kane, Peter Henty, Lora L. Hart, Don Lodge, Richard P. Richter Feb 1986

The Grizzly, February 28, 1986, Joseph F. Pirro, Andy Standeven, Rick Mckenning, Cindy Nitschmann, Lisa Sabia, Angela M. Salas, Rita Wallace, Dean Lent, Jill Theurer, Catherine Chambliss, Craig Dilouie, Maura Beaudry, David M. Kane, Peter Henty, Lora L. Hart, Don Lodge, Richard P. Richter

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Dormitory Damages are Repaired and Billed Immediately • Irish Gives Advice to Those in Job Market • Dean Whatley, There is a Parking Problem!!! • Letters: End Frat Prejudice; Case of Poor Taste; Where Were You on Thursday Night?; Pledging Plagues a Few • Alcohol Policy: A Case Study in the Liberal Arts Education • Student Volunteers Making a Difference at Norristown • Gramm-Rudman Will Hit U.C. • Epps not Opposed to Proposed Alcohol Policy • Parking: Still First Come First Served • Haverford Steals Show at MAC's • Gymnasts Take Second at PAIAWs Breaking Team Scoring Record • The Lantern is Still Waiting for You • Little Known Ursinusiana ...


The Grizzly, October 11, 1985, Joseph F. Pirro, Elliot Tannenbaum, Dale Lent, Cheryl A. Lawrence, Jill Theurer, Roger Brewster, Angela M. Salas, Jean M. Kiss, John Novarina, Richard P. Richter, Liz Young, Mariellen Deskins, Scott Johnson Oct 1985

The Grizzly, October 11, 1985, Joseph F. Pirro, Elliot Tannenbaum, Dale Lent, Cheryl A. Lawrence, Jill Theurer, Roger Brewster, Angela M. Salas, Jean M. Kiss, John Novarina, Richard P. Richter, Liz Young, Mariellen Deskins, Scott Johnson

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Student Assaulted on Main Street • Well on the Track Back to Wellness • Time can be an Enemy or Ally • Letters: USGA Wants a Discount; Classics Club Revived • I.F. Image • U.C. Player of the Week • Alumni Search for Success: Ron Marcy • Graduate School Could be Around the Corner • "The Lantern" is Waiting for You • Grizzlies are Performing Some Impressive Feats • Women's Field Hockey Keeps a Tradition Flowing • Notes: Poole Appointed to Directors Board; An Array of Music; Dr. Yost Prints his Book; Campus Security • Lent Twins: One Step in Front of the Other • U.C. Runs Over Opposition ...


The Grizzly, February 8, 1985, Rosemary J. Wuenschel, Joseph F. Pirro, Amy Kistler, Tom Feeney, Stacy Stauffer, Diana Sakowski, Richard P. Richter, Kathy Stolnis, Michael Marcon, Noel Sabel, Walter S. Keehn, Joan M. Gagliardi, Lynn Messier, Betty Osciak, John Callahan, Brian E. Kelley, Andrea Butler Feb 1985

The Grizzly, February 8, 1985, Rosemary J. Wuenschel, Joseph F. Pirro, Amy Kistler, Tom Feeney, Stacy Stauffer, Diana Sakowski, Richard P. Richter, Kathy Stolnis, Michael Marcon, Noel Sabel, Walter S. Keehn, Joan M. Gagliardi, Lynn Messier, Betty Osciak, John Callahan, Brian E. Kelley, Andrea Butler

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Ursinus Grading System a Problem? • Former DA Lectures on Alcohol • Library Abuse Called Academic Dishonesty • Suspected Conspiracy Makes Zack's Rest Uneasy • The Wismer Food Groups • CP & P Urges Students to Investigate Intern Options • Campus Life Considers Problems With Proposed Co-ed Dorms • Intramural Program Expands • Faculty Member Exhibits Art Work in Myrin • Heads Bring Magic to The Movies • Model U.N. • Scholarship Announced • Women Cagers Defeat Swarthmore • Grapplers Drop Two, Win One • Pharmacy Stops B-ball Streak • Badminton Beats Harcum, Loses to Rosemont • Fond Memories of The Bull • Lorelei Tonight • Lantern Offers Prize for Best Poem • Blockson to Speak


The Grizzly, March 2, 1984, Perry Romer, Rosemary J. Wuenschel, Richard P. Richter, Andrea Butler, Tracey Clark, Barbara A. Mathers, John Callahan, Jonathan Boyd, Tom Feeney, Timothy Lyden, Brian E. Kelley, Kurt Richter Mar 1984

The Grizzly, March 2, 1984, Perry Romer, Rosemary J. Wuenschel, Richard P. Richter, Andrea Butler, Tracey Clark, Barbara A. Mathers, John Callahan, Jonathan Boyd, Tom Feeney, Timothy Lyden, Brian E. Kelley, Kurt Richter

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Reagan Proposes to Cut Student Aid: 62% Ursinus Students Could Feel Bite • Tray Offenders Discussed • Students Elect New USGA Officers • Writing Seminar Features Alumni • Presidents Corner: Frats Move in Desirable Direction • Letters to the Editor: USGA Concerned With Student Apathy; Get in Gear • Board Elects Two New Members, Appoints Seven • Women's Club Plans Events • WRUC Gets Technician • The Lantern Seeks Contributions • Cogger Heads State Study • Fall Registration Looms on Horizon • Learn While You Work • Sports Profile: "Mo" Gorman Excels • Basketball Team Wraps Up 83-84 Season • Bears Make Tracks • Grapplers Shine At MACs: Doyle Crowned 150lb Champ; Racich Named Coach ...


The Grizzly, February 3, 1984, Perry Romer, Brian Kelly, Tracey Clark, Richard P. Richter, Glenn P. Scharf, Alison K. Brown, Kurt Richter, John Callahan, Doug Korey, Mark Krauss, Michael Walsh, Timothy Lyden, Lorraine J. Zimmerman Feb 1984

The Grizzly, February 3, 1984, Perry Romer, Brian Kelly, Tracey Clark, Richard P. Richter, Glenn P. Scharf, Alison K. Brown, Kurt Richter, John Callahan, Doug Korey, Mark Krauss, Michael Walsh, Timothy Lyden, Lorraine J. Zimmerman

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Chancellor Helfferich Dies At 85 • Book Situation Better But Not Great • First Year Job Seminar Held • Workshops To Be Held • Gibson To Speak • Electron Scope: DOA • Richter Proud Of Ursinus College • Remembering Helfferich • Lantern Enters National Competition • Letter To The Editor • Wellness Week At Ursinus • Forum Starts Semester • Allen Flick Is No Sleeper • UC Appoints New Vice Presidents • Red and Gold Days Prove Successful • Coffee-House Blues • Evening Of The Absurd At Ursinus • Buddy Holly 25 Years Ago Today • French Film Tickles Viewers • Evening Course At Ursinus • WRUC Increases Audience • Old Men's Gets New Machines • Bears Hoopsters Hit a Cold ...


The Grizzly, October 7, 1983, Perry Romer, Brad James, Rosemary J. Wuenschel, Richard P. Richter, Andrea Butler, Tracey Clark, Kurt Richter, Michael Schlesinger, Jeff Jacobson, Scott Scheffler, Timothy Cosgrave Oct 1983

The Grizzly, October 7, 1983, Perry Romer, Brad James, Rosemary J. Wuenschel, Richard P. Richter, Andrea Butler, Tracey Clark, Kurt Richter, Michael Schlesinger, Jeff Jacobson, Scott Scheffler, Timothy Cosgrave

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Career Workshops Held • What's in a Name • Fago Opens Lecture Series • Lantern Makes National Anthology • Campus Memo • Letters to the Editor • Red and Gold Days Inaugurated • Sorority Pledging Underway • Half-Price Student Rushes for "Genty!" • Keep it Clean • Renaissance Play at Ursinus Commemoration • ATO Incident at Penn • Politics Sells Papers • Yearbook Sale Begins Monday • Ursinus Soccer Romps Over Hopkins • Volleyball Scores Second Victory • Grizzlies Fall to Swarthmore


The Grizzly, March 4, 1983, Gina Daviso, Mary Mulligan, Alison K. Brown, Carole Johnson, Rosemary J. Wuenschel, David Evans, Dorene Pasekoff, Mark Lewis, Kevin Kunkle, Sara D. Seese, Joe Rongione, Karla Cantello, Heidi Maiman Mar 1983

The Grizzly, March 4, 1983, Gina Daviso, Mary Mulligan, Alison K. Brown, Carole Johnson, Rosemary J. Wuenschel, David Evans, Dorene Pasekoff, Mark Lewis, Kevin Kunkle, Sara D. Seese, Joe Rongione, Karla Cantello, Heidi Maiman

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Zeta Chi Suspended: Fraternity Disciplined for Pledging Violations • Symposium Topics Discussed • New Forum Committee to Revise System • Letters to the Editor: Alumnus Responds to Grizzly Policy • Committee Reviews Appeals Procedure • Meistersingers Tour • Exam Schedule • Woodcuts at Myrin • Stravinsky Program Ends Winterfest • Lantern Deadline Approaches • Lewis on Wall Street • Alpha Sigma Nu Tops GPAs • Roving Reporter: The Administration is Proposing to put a Live-in Dean in 97 of New Men's Dorm • Pre-Legal Society Resurrected • Swimmers Perform Beyond Expectation • Bear Blades Blaze to Victory • Gymnasts Draw No. 2 Rating


The Grizzly, January 28, 1983, Gina Daviso, Regina Ciritella, Jon Ziss, Rosemary J. Wuenschel, Georgeann Fusco, Richard P. Richter, Duncan C. Atkins, Michael Schlesinger, Brian Dietrich, Joe Rongione, Adrianne Tuccillo, Timothy Lyden, Michael Walsh, James Nowrey Jan 1983

The Grizzly, January 28, 1983, Gina Daviso, Regina Ciritella, Jon Ziss, Rosemary J. Wuenschel, Georgeann Fusco, Richard P. Richter, Duncan C. Atkins, Michael Schlesinger, Brian Dietrich, Joe Rongione, Adrianne Tuccillo, Timothy Lyden, Michael Walsh, James Nowrey

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Break-in Over Break: Olevian Burglarized • New Faculty Added • "Wilder" Play at Ritter • Retention Number Assessed • Soviet Policy Analyzed • News Briefs: Lantern Anniversary; ISC Has a Baby • President's Corner • The New Valley Girl • Back at College • New Ski Club Formed at U.C. • Grizzly Football Banquet a Very Rewarding Night • Despite Tough Performances, Aquabears Fall to Lycoming • Early Breaks Diving Record: Lady Swimmers Stroke to 3-1 Record • Grapplers Dump Mules to Up Record to 3-1-1 • Badminton Tops F&M; Set Back by Temple • Lehigh Comeback Sinks Lady Bears • Men's Hoops Tops Haverford • Christmas not a Good Time for Bears


The Grizzly, October 15, 1982, Gina Daviso, Mary Mulligan, Katie Cyr, Lorie Cramer, Pat Keenan, Brian E. Kelley, Martin Atreides, Richard P. Richter, Kenneth Behle, Jean Morrison, Scott Scheffler, Paul Graeff Oct 1982

The Grizzly, October 15, 1982, Gina Daviso, Mary Mulligan, Katie Cyr, Lorie Cramer, Pat Keenan, Brian E. Kelley, Martin Atreides, Richard P. Richter, Kenneth Behle, Jean Morrison, Scott Scheffler, Paul Graeff

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Students for Peace and Progress Get Started • Homecoming 1982 • Annual Parents Day a Success • Letters to the Editor • Opinion: Sorority Rushing Needs Revision • Lantern Format Undecided • Dance-a-Thon for Lupus • Japan: Big and Real • New Art at Myrin • Bear Booters Win Three • Now Hold it Just a Minute! • Grizzlies Win Third Straight • X-Country Wins • Penn Blasts Lady Bears 3-0


The Grizzly, September 17, 1982, Gina Daviso, Theresa Menzel, Tracey Clark, Mark Lewis, Richard P. Richter, Duncan C. Atkins, Martin Atreides, Georgeann Fusco, Peggy Laughran, David Borgstrom, Jean Morrison, Paul Graeff, Leslie Fenton, Adrianne Tuccillo, Scott Sheffler Sep 1982

The Grizzly, September 17, 1982, Gina Daviso, Theresa Menzel, Tracey Clark, Mark Lewis, Richard P. Richter, Duncan C. Atkins, Martin Atreides, Georgeann Fusco, Peggy Laughran, David Borgstrom, Jean Morrison, Paul Graeff, Leslie Fenton, Adrianne Tuccillo, Scott Sheffler

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

New Ursinus Students Welcomed • Lantern Needs Associate Editor • Vandalism at Myrin • Administration Alterations • Committee Needs Chairmen • Folk Festival Summer Fun • Forum Preview • Lewis on Wall Street • Fencing Anyone? • Sendai Students at UC • Changes in Wismer • USGA Notes • Field Hockey Falls to Trenton State • The Bear Pack is in Top Form, Again • Volleyball Dumps Del Val • Grizzlies Drop Football Opener • Soccer Team Loses Two Close Ones


The Grizzly, October 10, 1980, Thomas A. Reilly, Diane Niemy, Leah Whitman, Karen L. Reese, Alan Miller, Deborah Scimeca, Robert Chevaller, Carl Buck, Kenneth C. Taylor, Elizabeth P. Harp, John Squire, David Garner, Jean Morrison, Brian Ballard, James Wilson Oct 1980

The Grizzly, October 10, 1980, Thomas A. Reilly, Diane Niemy, Leah Whitman, Karen L. Reese, Alan Miller, Deborah Scimeca, Robert Chevaller, Carl Buck, Kenneth C. Taylor, Elizabeth P. Harp, John Squire, David Garner, Jean Morrison, Brian Ballard, James Wilson

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Alternative Housing Investigated • Unchanged since 1960: Activity Fee Increase Likely • Freshman Class Select Officers • Work Stalled On Campus Beautification • Bermans Give Sculpture To College • Ursinus News In Brief: Student chemistry group honored; Study skills workshop to be repeated; College appoints pol sci lecturer • Off-Campus Houses Rewired • Fast Method Discovered for Wismer • African Politics Subject of Oct. 15 Forum • IF Council, USGA Host Fall Picnic • Inactive Alarm System Questioned • Steranko Plays To Sparse Crowd • The Art of Procrastination • Toga! Toga! Toga! • New Ritter Center Dedicated • How To Get To Philly Without A Car • Guide To Ursinus Vocabulary • Science Fiction Books Discussion ...


The Grizzly, March 28, 1980, Brian Barlow, Larry Muscarella, Rick Morris, Matthew Kurlan, Hedy Munson, Joey Lazar, David Garner, Thomas A. Reilly, Barbara Sergeant, Diana Dakay, Jay Repko Mar 1980

The Grizzly, March 28, 1980, Brian Barlow, Larry Muscarella, Rick Morris, Matthew Kurlan, Hedy Munson, Joey Lazar, David Garner, Thomas A. Reilly, Barbara Sergeant, Diana Dakay, Jay Repko

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Campus Visitor Assaulted • Two Students Found Guilty Of Violations • Committee Studies Frats' Academics • Lantern Seeks Editor • Administration Apathy or Illiteracy? • TKE Sponsors X-Country Keg Roll • USGA Notes • President Urges Sidewalk Use • USGA Candidates' Platforms • Repko's Review • Interest inventory to be given again • Checking By Mail • Jazz Coffeehouse At The Union • Portrait Of A Professor: Dr. S. Ross Doughty • Survey Taken Of Class Of '79 • Earl Awarded at Evening School • Whitians Chosen • Bears Win Home Opener • Spring Track Starts Tomorrow • Slow Start For Men's Lacrosse


The Ursinus Weekly, March 3, 1978, Ann Weibezahl, David Donia, Robert Brancatelli, Nancy Weatherwax, Gilder Anne Lewis, Stephen M. Lange, Abbie Green, Bob Shuman, Cindy Poots, Sharon Tuberty, Susan Wachtell, Patty Walters, Ed Janz, Rick Morris, Gretchen Devlin Mar 1978

The Ursinus Weekly, March 3, 1978, Ann Weibezahl, David Donia, Robert Brancatelli, Nancy Weatherwax, Gilder Anne Lewis, Stephen M. Lange, Abbie Green, Bob Shuman, Cindy Poots, Sharon Tuberty, Susan Wachtell, Patty Walters, Ed Janz, Rick Morris, Gretchen Devlin

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus news in brief: Fields gets Ph.D.; Ursinus appoints P.R. director; Dining committee meets; P.E. speakers; Pollick attends pool finals • Energy conservation: The Choice is yours • New gym hours proposed • Sakell replaces Dempsey • Cat placed • Comment: Testimonials • Union answers questions • Letters to the editor • Ruby seeks editor • As you like it: Out of this world • The '78 Lantern • Cogger announces placement services • Puppeteer performs • College Bowl held • Crosswinds comes to Ursinus • Grapplers troubled • Four meet streak • Victory for women's b-ball


The Ursinus Weekly, November 13, 1975, Ruth Von Kummer, Margaret Horioka, Jina Jones, George Geist, Sharon Tuberty, Cathryn Mccarthy, Barbara J. Grider, Alan Stetler, Alan M. Taren, Mary Beth Kramer, Bob Molarz, Joseph Saraco, Andrew Schwartz, Carolyn Bechtold Nov 1975

The Ursinus Weekly, November 13, 1975, Ruth Von Kummer, Margaret Horioka, Jina Jones, George Geist, Sharon Tuberty, Cathryn Mccarthy, Barbara J. Grider, Alan Stetler, Alan M. Taren, Mary Beth Kramer, Bob Molarz, Joseph Saraco, Andrew Schwartz, Carolyn Bechtold

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Volleyball team is Division "A" champ • Myrin hrs. changed? • Pre-legal Soc. is revived • SFARC update • U.S.A. as seen by Kahata • Temple University lists Irish Studies • Pollution expert talks • Editorial: Pride and perseverance • Editor's comment: My reply to your opinions • Saturday Lunch • Forum review: Ambassador discusses U.N. • Bearpit opens • A new light on Lantern • Newmans organize • A conversation in the board room • Devils demonize Bears! • Diving into action • Intramurals • Mr. Karas • NBA West • A season of kicks


The Ursinus Weekly, April 3, 1975, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Judith James, C. Joy Keene, Ruth Von Kummer, Marilyn Harsch, Robert A. Searles, Joseph Saraco Apr 1975

The Ursinus Weekly, April 3, 1975, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Judith James, C. Joy Keene, Ruth Von Kummer, Marilyn Harsch, Robert A. Searles, Joseph Saraco

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Someone old, someone new • Come to Ursinus: Land of the Pennsylvania Dutch • CCC student success seen • Newman Club • The Birds • Free, but show invitations • Editorial: Visitation - time for reality? • Letter to the editor: Breakage reply • Gymnastics • Record review: For earth below, Robin Trower • Wanted: More Lantern contributors • Spring sports special: 1975! • 1975 Ursinus baseball outlook • 1975 track prospectus • Another season, another title! • A.L. spotlight • Interview: Pat Williams • National League preview


The Ursinus Weekly, October 24, 1974, Cynthia Fitzgerald, C. Joy Keene, Linda Lane, Cathryn Mccarthy, Richard Whaley, Meg Sellers, Donald R. Whittaker, Alan Stetler, John Gilmour, Frank-John Hadley, Gretchen Koenig, Marilyn Harsch Oct 1974

The Ursinus Weekly, October 24, 1974, Cynthia Fitzgerald, C. Joy Keene, Linda Lane, Cathryn Mccarthy, Richard Whaley, Meg Sellers, Donald R. Whittaker, Alan Stetler, John Gilmour, Frank-John Hadley, Gretchen Koenig, Marilyn Harsch

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Profs to lecture on Pa. Dutch arts • Dr. Lodge joins U.C. Psych Dept. • Campus Chest plans for funds and fun • Forum features flute and guitar • Is there a ghost in U.C.'s haunted hall? • Letters to the editor: Students demand a good education • The origin of "The Lantern" • Alumni corner • An autumn walk • Mr. Richter goes to school • "What's playing at the movies?" • Spectrum blues: Joe Cocker • Spanish Club plans outing • Campus Gold activities • Introducing campus leaders • Money given away • Ursinus Homecoming 1974: Fraternity candidates to wear the queen's crown • Homecoming from Ursinus past • Union "ripped-off ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 8, 1973, Charles Chambers, Joseph Van Wyk, John Kraus, William Hafer, Judith James, John T. Fidler, Richard Whaley, Rachel Mcclain, Mark M. Borish, Nancy Frye, Ruthann Connell, Marilyn Harsch, Robert Vietri Mar 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, March 8, 1973, Charles Chambers, Joseph Van Wyk, John Kraus, William Hafer, Judith James, John T. Fidler, Richard Whaley, Rachel Mcclain, Mark M. Borish, Nancy Frye, Ruthann Connell, Marilyn Harsch, Robert Vietri

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The new USGA council: a personal profile • Whitians accept thirteen new members for 1973 • International Relations Club to hold mock U.N. session • Mini-computers take Ursinus by storm • USGA implements procedures to strengthen Paisley security • Editorial: Secret war and peace • Faculty portrait: Professor G. Sieber Pancoast • Ursinus veterans compare military, academic life • Lantern plans contest, May issue • Festival of arts: Folk group presents concert in Union, then a workshop; Ballet exhibition given by Schuylkill Valley company; ProTheatre's three short plays well received; Arts weekend rounded out by bazaar, mixer and madrigals; Chaplin's "The Circus" delights Sunday evening crowd ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 27, 1972, Candy Silver, Molly Keim, Carol Seifrit, S. Richard Budenstein, James Cochran, Allan Lake Rice, Ruthann Connell, Priscilla M. Amend, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Nancy Frye Apr 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, April 27, 1972, Candy Silver, Molly Keim, Carol Seifrit, S. Richard Budenstein, James Cochran, Allan Lake Rice, Ruthann Connell, Priscilla M. Amend, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Nancy Frye

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus suffers blackout; Transformer explodes • Dr. Helen T. Garrett dies • UC students experience teaching • Dr. Robert M. Veatch to speak at Ursinus College forum • Dr. Allan Lake Rice speaks at conference • Students inducted into Omicron Delta Epsilon • Ursinus seeks $200,000 gift • Lantern elects officers for '72-'73; Spring issue expected in late May • Editorial: Stop the war • Focus: Jane Siegel • Strike • Faculty portrait: Dr. Gayle Byerly • Guest column: Dr. Allan Rice on war and peace • Letters to the editor: The need of a psychologist; Open letter to security • W.C. rains on our parade • Sing sets record • Bartholomew wins ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 13, 1972, Candy Silver, Geoffrey Higgins, James Cochran, Jane Siegel, Ruthann Connell, Michael Redmond Apr 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, April 13, 1972, Candy Silver, Geoffrey Higgins, James Cochran, Jane Siegel, Ruthann Connell, Michael Redmond

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CENTURY II Program making nice progress • Three Ursinus students win chemistry awards • Dance and drama highlights for Spring Parents' Day • Amsterdam U. choir to sing at Ursinus • Lantern contest winner: Linda Mills' "Summer II" • Ursinus Aquabelles win swimming championship • Editorial: Where are they? • Focus: Don McAviney • Joseph J. Lynch • "The Graduates" • Ursinus ladies swing into Spring • Trackmen face tough season


The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1972, Candy Silver, William Hafer, Richard Fair, Sandra Wible, Barbara Jo Winans, Geoffrey Higgins, Carol Barenblitt, Carol Seifrit, Jane Siegel, Ruthann Connell, Trudy Schwenkler Mar 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1972, Candy Silver, William Hafer, Richard Fair, Sandra Wible, Barbara Jo Winans, Geoffrey Higgins, Carol Barenblitt, Carol Seifrit, Jane Siegel, Ruthann Connell, Trudy Schwenkler

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Judiciary Board holds model trial • Ursinus Protheatre presents Peter Weiss's Marat / Sade • U.C. readies plans for Model UN session • President Pettit meets with parents committee • 1972 Lorelei: A huge success • Bloodmobile comes to UC • UC reactivates Chi Alpha • Editorial: Positive asset • Focus: Rich Clark • Lantern needs maturing; criticized as child's play • "Laurels to Lorelei" • Christian Fellowship talks about Jesus • Special award presented • Administration answers • Boydies fly and Aquabears float while Snellbelles dive


The Ursinus Weekly, February 17, 1972, Candy Silver, Bob Swarr, Lesa Spacek, Carol Wasserman, David Friedenberg, Carol Barenblitt, William Hafer, Ruthann Connell, Harriet Reynolds, Carolyn Fagley Feb 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, February 17, 1972, Candy Silver, Bob Swarr, Lesa Spacek, Carol Wasserman, David Friedenberg, Carol Barenblitt, William Hafer, Ruthann Connell, Harriet Reynolds, Carolyn Fagley

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College Union reveals plans • Dr. John Jacob Heilemann, professor of physics, dies • UCC presents grant toward church goal • Lorelei 1972, Leap Year Fest • Lantern announces contest • Editorial: Dr. Heilemann • 242 students named to dean's list last semester • USGA elects new officers • Faculty portrait: Dr. John J. Heilemann • Spotlight: Dean H. Lloyd Jones • U.C. hosts two forum programs; four more scheduled for Spring • Good season for UC Bears • UC women score high • Ursinus College's Cattell honored


The Ursinus Weekly, February 25, 1971, Alan Gold, Marc Hauser, Roger Mcclelland, John T. Fidler, Charles Chambers, Don Mcaviney, James Williams Feb 1971

The Ursinus Weekly, February 25, 1971, Alan Gold, Marc Hauser, Roger Mcclelland, John T. Fidler, Charles Chambers, Don Mcaviney, James Williams

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Dr. Levesque appointed Evening School Director • Fine Arts Festival scheduled despite rumored cancellation • Spring Forum series features archaeologist • Colleges withhold credit on PHEAA scholarships • Lantern budget cut hinders publication • H.E. Salisbury selected Commencement speaker • Editorial: Student power vacuum • Focus: Carol Clark • "Diary of a Mad Housewife" • President William S. Pettit: The first hundred days • Fidler on the wax: James Taylor • Hoopmen trip Drexel • U.C. matmen triumph, win four in a row • Sports corner


The Ursinus Weekly, March 19, 1970, Alan Gold, Jonathan Weaver, Lesa Spacek, Clifton R. Lacy, Cris Crane, Marc Hauser, Allen Faaet, Bob Swarr, Thomas E. Mattingly Iii, Judith Earle, Edward Mccandless, James Williams Mar 1970

The Ursinus Weekly, March 19, 1970, Alan Gold, Jonathan Weaver, Lesa Spacek, Clifton R. Lacy, Cris Crane, Marc Hauser, Allen Faaet, Bob Swarr, Thomas E. Mattingly Iii, Judith Earle, Edward Mccandless, James Williams

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New USGA studies dress code, rights • Campus Chest Committee selects student-faculty cast and chorus • Second Arts Festival considered successful • Senior class plans prom, graduation; Newman contacted • Girls basketball team captures third place in national competition • Editorial: Dress regulations • Focus: Vincent Scancella • Letters to the editor: Freak weekend; Lantern review; Inconsiderate students; Meal mess; Protheater thanks; Open dorm rule; Action line; Interest; Both sides now • Perspectives: The first victory • Dining Hall dishwashers enjoy "most fun job" • Opinion: "A petty organization" • Perusing the catalog • Cafeteria meals, open dorms proposed to aid Ursinus budget • Recruiting difficult, claim Bear coaches • Ted Taylor chosen as ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 6, 1970, Alan Gold, Charles Chambers, Robert Barr, Sandy Dunlop, Clifton R. Lacy, Rodney Teel, Jan Dirkes, Allan Lake Rice, Jane Siegel, Eileen Shrager, Allen Faaet, David Sears, James Williams, Cris Crane Mar 1970

The Ursinus Weekly, March 6, 1970, Alan Gold, Charles Chambers, Robert Barr, Sandy Dunlop, Clifton R. Lacy, Rodney Teel, Jan Dirkes, Allan Lake Rice, Jane Siegel, Eileen Shrager, Allen Faaet, David Sears, James Williams, Cris Crane

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Light show, Ben Hair Campus Chest events • USGA elects President: Novak, Emig meet press • Haas, Karpinski selected Woodrow Wilson scholars • Student Union to occupy Memorial Library building • Editorial: Student election, Ursinus style • Focus: John Fioravanti • Faculty self-portrait: Dr. Allan Lake Rice • "Survey surveyed" • Lantern in the limelight • Letters to the editor: Mr. Swarr; Dr. Helfferich; Sorority slander; Michener Forum • Perspectives: Drug forum • First semester Dean's List • Kings and Queens crowned • Contemplations: "Tom Rush" • Matmen trim PMC for first win • Hoopmen sink Drexel • Badminton netgals prolong streak • Rams syndrome snaps Bearettes Boston-bound • 1970 Ursinus Festival of Arts


The Ursinus Weekly, March 6, 1969, Judy Schneider, Linda Turnage, John S. Picconi, Byron Jackson, Donald C. Estes, Jonathan Weaver, David Sears, Paul Sautter, Alan Gold, Cris Crane, Kimberly Brown, Kenneth Yorgey, Rudi Herman, Nancy Holland, James Williams, Michael Katz, Vicki Van Horn, Jonathan Rumpf Mar 1969

The Ursinus Weekly, March 6, 1969, Judy Schneider, Linda Turnage, John S. Picconi, Byron Jackson, Donald C. Estes, Jonathan Weaver, David Sears, Paul Sautter, Alan Gold, Cris Crane, Kimberly Brown, Kenneth Yorgey, Rudi Herman, Nancy Holland, James Williams, Michael Katz, Vicki Van Horn, Jonathan Rumpf

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Officers inducted; Emig emphasizes new responsibility • American dream, brotherhood highlight "Festival of the Arts" • USGA officers interviewed; Communication gap stressed • Placement interviews scheduled • 200 attend Lorelei; Fischer crowned king • Semi-formal ball highlights junior-senior weekend • Editorial: Potpourri - Or, Could this ever happen here? • State set to punish protestors; Laws threaten civil liberties • Letters to the editor • Remark • Lantern literary lapse termed "titanic bomb" • Staying out of uniform: A practical guide for the Ursinus male, part I • Whose risk? • Columnist proposes solution to UC's dearth of black students • Albright draws Fifth Dimension • Racism symposium set for March 20 with Lincoln Univ ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 31, 1968, Judy Schneider, Alan Gold, John S. Picconi, Frederick Jacob, Janet Stemler, Byron Jackson, David Sears, Alan Novak, Georgette Griffith, James Williams, Rudi Herman, Howard Solomon, Kenneth Yorgey, James Deboy, Cris Crane, Gail Heinemeyer, Paul Sautter Oct 1968

The Ursinus Weekly, October 31, 1968, Judy Schneider, Alan Gold, John S. Picconi, Frederick Jacob, Janet Stemler, Byron Jackson, David Sears, Alan Novak, Georgette Griffith, James Williams, Rudi Herman, Howard Solomon, Kenneth Yorgey, James Deboy, Cris Crane, Gail Heinemeyer, Paul Sautter

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Evaluation favorable; Provincialism assailed • Nixon overwhelms Humphrey; "Rightward" trend reflected • Founders' Day honors alumni; Honorary degrees conferred • "Secret society" members elected • Placement Office offers services to '69 graduates • Barbara Bruzgo crowned '68 Homecoming Queen • Editorial: Activities chaos • Grand Dragon at U.C.; Klan views stated • Grape conspiracy • Letters to the editor • Formation of a fourth party • Editorial: Literary dilemma • Arts forum features four faculty speakers • Opinion: Sulphuric acid + gas • Bears rip Garnet in Homecoming game after humiliating defeat at Muhlenberg • Gillespie and Gane selected as co-captains • Soccer team defeated by Mules and Delaware as Grau is injured • Inside track: And ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 11, 1968, Herbert C. Smith, Byron Jackson, Gene Searfoss Jan 1968

The Ursinus Weekly, January 11, 1968, Herbert C. Smith, Byron Jackson, Gene Searfoss

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Anthropology added to Spring semester • Campus building program includes multi-purpose convocation hall • I.S. Council solicits for memorial fund • Students begin charity planning • Class attendance rule liberalized by faculty • Faculty member awarded N.S.F. science fellowship • Art show opens featuring space • Editorial: A call for open dorms • Black and beautiful • Far from the madding crowd • Letters to the editor • Viet Cong rest camp found in Cambodia • Psychedelic covers enclose more and better prose • Hundreds see plays by Philadelphia drama groups • SFARC report • Dean Pettit crowns Holly at Jr. Prom • Bears recover from defeat; Beat Swarthmore in overtime • Bears lose ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 28, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Frederick Jacob, Susan Tucker, Paul Zamostien, Judith Olshefskie Feb 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, February 28, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Frederick Jacob, Susan Tucker, Paul Zamostien, Judith Olshefskie

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Alumni to enrich activities with new "student fund": Seniors will be instrumental in pushing ambitious scheme • Fraternities add total of 68 men • In memoriam: Dr. Roland F. Doane • Forum to levitate alumni dollars into pockets of needy activities • Reed and Barton hold annual Silver Opinion contest • Alumni corner • This week's movie is for the birds • Europe with Mr. Davis: 2 credits and a "fun" summer • Student faculty art winners • Letter to the editor • Anyone can learn a language! Profs reveal secrets of success in exclusive Weekly interviews • Sage advice offered by UC "elder statesman" • "Izzy & Lizzy" opens triumphant amid ribbon snippings, hurrahs: Basement becomes informal cafe • Troster scores 52: All time scoring champ; Bears stagger Pharmacy as ...