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The Grizzly, November 7, 1995, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Joanna Doyle, Colin Tucker, Beatrice May, Heidi Mcmichael, Kristen Schumann, Melissa Forbes, Anne-Marie Mcmahon, Kimiko Trott, Christy Kenny, Heather Kerlin, Denelle Godek, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff, Regina Oboler Nov 1995

The Grizzly, November 7, 1995, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Joanna Doyle, Colin Tucker, Beatrice May, Heidi Mcmichael, Kristen Schumann, Melissa Forbes, Anne-Marie Mcmahon, Kimiko Trott, Christy Kenny, Heather Kerlin, Denelle Godek, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff, Regina Oboler

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The Inauguration of President John Strassburger • Colloquium Report • Dilemma After Dark • The Truth About the Honor Code • Canned Food Drive a Success • Rabin Assassinated • Canada Remains Unified • Enough is Enough • Dr. Oboler Responds • Homosexuality: It Doesn't Have to Last Forever • There is More Than One Christian View • A Parent's View • A Big Thank You! • Inauguration Day • Making Ursinus Whole • And the Verdict is... • New Additions in Zack's • Snell Cup Comes Home • Season Ends with Win • Football Team Avoids Centennial Cellar


The Grizzly, October 31, 1995, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Joanna Doyle, Christy Kenny, Raquel Szlanic, Tarik Qasim, Laurie Falcone, Brandy Mclachlan, Colin Tucker, Keith Nunnellee, Todd Brenneman, Dave Webb, Kim Ryan, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff, Denelle Godek, Keith Brand, Douglas Nagy Oct 1995

The Grizzly, October 31, 1995, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Joanna Doyle, Christy Kenny, Raquel Szlanic, Tarik Qasim, Laurie Falcone, Brandy Mclachlan, Colin Tucker, Keith Nunnellee, Todd Brenneman, Dave Webb, Kim Ryan, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff, Denelle Godek, Keith Brand, Douglas Nagy

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Drug Raid at Graterford Prison • Inauguration Day • Ruby Update • Better Safe Than Sorry • Ursinus Students, Parents to Co-Sponsor "Can-a-Thon" for Needy • Trick or Treaters Invade Quad • Debate: Censorship • Dr. Nagy Responds • Homophobia is not Closed-Mindedness • It Wasn't About Farrakhan • March for Family Value Restoration • Truth, Justice, and the American Way • Ignorance Breeds Fear • Homosexuality is a Choice • Ursinus Choir and Meistersingers Perform Works by Purcell • An Evening Perspective • The Parable of the Beach • Spotlight: Beatrice May • B.Y.O.! • Soccer Defeats Cabrini, Falls to Muhlenberg • Field Hockey Drops Decisions to St. Joe's and Rutgers • Harries Compete in CC ...


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

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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, October 9, 1987, Jean M. Kiss, Jennifer Strawbridge, Michelle L. Grande, Lora L. Hart, Richard P. Richter, Jill Theurer, Matt Weintraub, Kevin Murphy, Greg Stocke, Steve Gall, Ed Wentzel, Vince Leskusky, Robert Carmignani Oct 1987

The Grizzly, October 9, 1987, Jean M. Kiss, Jennifer Strawbridge, Michelle L. Grande, Lora L. Hart, Richard P. Richter, Jill Theurer, Matt Weintraub, Kevin Murphy, Greg Stocke, Steve Gall, Ed Wentzel, Vince Leskusky, Robert Carmignani

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Sororities Sing for Sisterhood: Welcome Pledges • The Tradition Continues • Letter: Student Defends Administration • U.C.: Phone Home • It Will be Dry and Cloudy • Student Adds up to Scholarship • Evening School Promotes Image • East Asian Studies Continue • Injuries Plague Hockey • Bears Ride the Tide • Athlete of the Week: Volleyball's Donna Mignemi • Baseball Numbers Add Up • Soccer Successful vs. Lebanon • O'Donahue Cruisin' to the Top • Malone Fills Void • ProTheatre • Jewish Information Offered


The Grizzly, September 4, 1987, Jean M. Kiss, Lora L. Hart, E.T. Shrdlu, Karen Singhofen, Richard P. Richter, Chris Goldberg, Jill Theurer, Anne Woodworth, Andrea Power, Craig Dilouie, Steve Gall, Scott Mccartney Sep 1987

The Grizzly, September 4, 1987, Jean M. Kiss, Lora L. Hart, E.T. Shrdlu, Karen Singhofen, Richard P. Richter, Chris Goldberg, Jill Theurer, Anne Woodworth, Andrea Power, Craig Dilouie, Steve Gall, Scott Mccartney

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Convocation Greets Academic Year • Eisenhower Speech Kicks off New Year • Land of the Rising Sun • "Student Life" Shapes Up • Letter: Just Call Me Papa Juan • Just When You Thought It was Safe • Garrick Joins Resident Director Program • Hiel Begins Boosting Bookstore • Hager Brings New Ideas to College • Quinlin Continues Education • Notes: Women's Stress Workshop; U.C. Honors Hardman and Neslen • Ursinus Football: For the Sheer Fun of It • Cross Country Runs Towards Promising Season • Hockey Travel to West Chester for Annual Tournament • Tannenbaum Sweeps CoSIDA Awards Again • Soccer Off to Rocky Start • The Dead "Will Survive" • Oh No! Video ...


The Grizzly, May 1, 1987, Jean M. Kiss, Lora L. Hart, Anne Woodworth, Steve Gall, Angela M. Salas, Richard P. Richter, Jeanne Radwanski, Vince Leskusky, Jill Griffiths, Susan Mockus, Andy Standeven, Dave Kulp, Joseph F. Pirro, Maria D'Arcangelo, Andrea Power, Vicky Scharuda, Marge Hamilton May 1987

The Grizzly, May 1, 1987, Jean M. Kiss, Lora L. Hart, Anne Woodworth, Steve Gall, Angela M. Salas, Richard P. Richter, Jeanne Radwanski, Vince Leskusky, Jill Griffiths, Susan Mockus, Andy Standeven, Dave Kulp, Joseph F. Pirro, Maria D'Arcangelo, Andrea Power, Vicky Scharuda, Marge Hamilton

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Will Ursinus Make the Grade? • Commuters Recognized • Student Apathy a Farce • Beatles Now Available on Disc • "Dougy" is King to Sig Rho • Notes: Summer Tennis Strategies Offered; Continuing Ed. Becomes Assertive; Physical Education Day: May 4th; Band and Jazz Ensemble to Perform • Lacrosse Shoots for 4th Title; Bingaman Breaks Another Record • MAC's Return to Ursinus; Bears Look to Usurp Crown • Golf Ties Record at 15-1: Klee, Ignatowicz Lead Bears to MAC Fifth • Trout Tourney Results • The Men Looking For Glory • Baseball Season Ends on Down Note • Kulp Driven to Excellence • Softball Denied Playoffs • Women Netters .500 • Dolman Leaves with ...


The Grizzly, February 20, 1987, Joseph F. Pirro, Frank Mazzeo, Craig Dilouie, Jill Theurer, Jeanne Radwanski, Andy Standeven, Kevin Adams Feb 1987

The Grizzly, February 20, 1987, Joseph F. Pirro, Frank Mazzeo, Craig Dilouie, Jill Theurer, Jeanne Radwanski, Andy Standeven, Kevin Adams

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Abortion Defended in Forum • College Ghosts Still a Mystery? • Letters: Campus Life Committee Defends Themselves; Art is not Such a "Private" Matter • Richter Announces UC Art Master Plan: "Aggressive Couple" to be Moved • Notes: Career Options Workshop; Non-credit Photo Class; Seminar of Tact Offered • Senior Dinner Season • Musser's Second Year Plans Begin • Cub and Key Club Society Opens Doors • Bears on a Roll • Trio of Wins Key Bears' Hopes to Battle Widener Saturday • Relay Drowns F&M • Family Affair: Karkoska and DeSimone • Last MAC Diving Championships • Ursinus to Host All-Star Track and Field Clinic • Athlete of the Week: Tricia ...


The Grizzly, January 30, 1987, Joseph F. Pirro, Angela M. Salas, Richard P. Richter, Lora L. Hart, Jill Theurer, Dean Lent, Nikki Harner, Andy Standeven, Beth Henderson, Kristen Rinnander, Steve Gall, Jen Hoeberg, H. Lloyd Jones Jan 1987

The Grizzly, January 30, 1987, Joseph F. Pirro, Angela M. Salas, Richard P. Richter, Lora L. Hart, Jill Theurer, Dean Lent, Nikki Harner, Andy Standeven, Beth Henderson, Kristen Rinnander, Steve Gall, Jen Hoeberg, H. Lloyd Jones

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U.C. Master Plan Features Art, Roads, Humanities Building • "Aggressive Couple" Sparks Conflicts and Challenges • Art Critic to Explain Sculpture • Letter: Abortion Issue's Indefinite Life • Editorial: "Silent Scream" Meets U.C. Yawn • News Notes: Effectiveness Training Course Offered; Stress Management Workshops; Who's Who at Ursinus?; Voice Workshop Offered; Enhance Self Presentation; Grammar and Writing Course • Jones Recalls Fetterolf of Yesteryear • Racich has Bears Rolling Toward MAC Riches • Bear Hoopsters Fall From First • Men Mers Rip Scranton in First Historical Meeting • Men's Track Banking on Distance and Field • Gymnasts Open Semester With Split • Soccer's Quinn a Standout ...


The Grizzly, May 2, 1986, Joseph F. Pirro, Tim Evans, Elliot Tannenbaum, Jeanne Radwanski, Dave Kulp, David Bloom, Angela M. Salas, Richard P. Richter, Jean M. Kiss, Craig Dilouie, Lisa Sabia, Kathy Cecchettini May 1986

The Grizzly, May 2, 1986, Joseph F. Pirro, Tim Evans, Elliot Tannenbaum, Jeanne Radwanski, Dave Kulp, David Bloom, Angela M. Salas, Richard P. Richter, Jean M. Kiss, Craig Dilouie, Lisa Sabia, Kathy Cecchettini

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Student Health Center • Musser Renovation Hatches U.C. Experiment in International Living • Maintenance Men Injured in Electrical Accident • Letters: Toilet Paper Article Belongs in the Toilet, not the Paper; Theatres Filthy • Schultz and Fletcher Retire After Long Ursinus Careers • Farewell Seniors • The Salinger Myth • Women's Lacrosse Awaits NCAA Bid • Cornbone's Curtain Call • U.C. Hosts MAC's • Men's Lax Ends at .500 • Ursinus Athletic Complex Reigns Supreme in Division III • Profile: Abe Rowson • Goodwin: A Bright Light in the Future of Ursinus Basketball • Costs and Past Vandalism Thwart U.C.'s Hosting Big Rock Bands • Briefs: Bear ...


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

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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, December 3, 1982, Gina Daviso, Alison K. Brown, Brian E. Kelley, Catherine Wisneski, Roland Desilets, Mary Mulligan, Martin Atreides, Perry Romer, Jon Ziss, Pat Keenan, Michele Stelmach, Bev Walizer, Michael Schlesinger, Michael Walsh, Peggy Loughran Dec 1982

The Grizzly, December 3, 1982, Gina Daviso, Alison K. Brown, Brian E. Kelley, Catherine Wisneski, Roland Desilets, Mary Mulligan, Martin Atreides, Perry Romer, Jon Ziss, Pat Keenan, Michele Stelmach, Bev Walizer, Michael Schlesinger, Michael Walsh, Peggy Loughran

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Graterford Prisoners Counseled • Phi Psi Sponsors Santa • Chem Society Rated Outstanding • Renowned Professor Dies • Steinbright Scholarships Offered • News Briefs: Sigma Pi Sigma Inducts New Members; Operation Native Talent; New Evening School Class; Winterfest II Schedules Events; Going for Baroque • Commuters Don't Get No Respect! • Letters to the Editor • Is Tuition Increase Justified? • Recent Thefts and Attacks Prompt Security Questions • Cheating at Ursinus? • A Last Squeeze Before Departing • The Missionary: A Blessing • Roving Reporter: How Do You Feel About the New Security System in the Quad? • Challenge Yourself at Outward Bound • The Perfect Man • UC Faculty Not Burnt Out • Sports ...


The Grizzly, October 22, 1982, Gina Daviso, Mary Mulligan, Brian E. Kelley, Richard P. Richter, Larry Muscarella, Mark Lewis, Kenneth Behle, Elizabeth P. Harp, Duncan C. Atkins, Caryn Talbot, Kevin Kunkle, Bev Walizer, Martin Atreides, Perry Romer, John Doyle, Doug Nevins, Scott Scheffler, Michael Schlesinger, James Nowrey, Jean Morrison Oct 1982

The Grizzly, October 22, 1982, Gina Daviso, Mary Mulligan, Brian E. Kelley, Richard P. Richter, Larry Muscarella, Mark Lewis, Kenneth Behle, Elizabeth P. Harp, Duncan C. Atkins, Caryn Talbot, Kevin Kunkle, Bev Walizer, Martin Atreides, Perry Romer, John Doyle, Doug Nevins, Scott Scheffler, Michael Schlesinger, James Nowrey, Jean Morrison

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Ferry Named Ursinus Queen • Unique Course Offered • U.C. Choir Presents Bach • Night School Enrollment Up • 1983 Spring Registration • Letters to the Editor • President's Corner • Lewis on Wall Street • Half a Great Show • Watching the Boob Tube • Homecoming '82 • And to Prove My Point • New Bus Schedule • Washington Semester: Get Out of Here • Bear Pack Falls to Stiff Competition • Soccer Conquers Albright and Alumni • Grapplers Take to the Mats • Grizzlies Suffer Homecoming Setback • Delaware tops Lady Bears


The Grizzly, October 9, 1981, James H. Wilson, Diane Niemy, Eugene Miller, Doug Korey, Brian E. Kelley, James Nowrey, Paul Graeff, John Doyle, Jean Morrison, Joseph Granahan, Nora Klinker, Duncan C. Atkins Oct 1981

The Grizzly, October 9, 1981, James H. Wilson, Diane Niemy, Eugene Miller, Doug Korey, Brian E. Kelley, James Nowrey, Paul Graeff, John Doyle, Jean Morrison, Joseph Granahan, Nora Klinker, Duncan C. Atkins

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False Alarms Plague Campus • Task Force Attempts to Answer Concerns in the Evening School • Breaking of Tradition, Speeding Up of Progress • Sadat is Dead: What Happens Now? • Letters to the Editor • Books Sought by Ursinus Friends • Pi Nu Epsilon Banquet • Sid Quinn, Barbara Blatt • Transplanted Texan: A Funny Thing Happened to Me at the Forum • "Making Love" is Fact of Life • "Kinky" Culture at the Spectrum • LeKites Elected Class of '85 President • Second Semi-annual Photo Exhibit Presented Tomorrow • Oktoberfest Comes to Ritter • Business Law Dropped from Day School Curriculum By Request of the Econ Department • 20 hrs. Limitation Causes Uproar ...


The Grizzly, September 18, 1981, James Wilson, Tracy Neill, Carl Buck, Mark Angelo, Brian E. Kelley, Maria Pettineo, Gregg Lawson, Janet Wegman, Elizabeth P. Harp, Peggy Loughran, Karen L. Reese, Joseph Granahan, Jean Morrison, John Doyle, Paul Graeff, Richard P. Richter Sep 1981

The Grizzly, September 18, 1981, James Wilson, Tracy Neill, Carl Buck, Mark Angelo, Brian E. Kelley, Maria Pettineo, Gregg Lawson, Janet Wegman, Elizabeth P. Harp, Peggy Loughran, Karen L. Reese, Joseph Granahan, Jean Morrison, John Doyle, Paul Graeff, Richard P. Richter

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Thomas P. Glassmoyer Elected Board President • APO Retains Highest GPA Last Spring • Chemistry, Economics, History and English Departments Receive New Faculty • Forum Programs Now 'til Christmas • Editorial: Just Like the Good Old Days? • Message From the President: Play an Active Part • Evening in Photography Offered • Evening School Expands Computer Program • New Staff Appointments • Dr. Schultze Represents UC in Conference • UC Buying Up Main Street: New Off-Campus Housing • Anarchy in America: Let's Kill All the Lawyers • Decatur Follows Shakespeare to Germany • Electric Factory Does it Again • IFC Getting it All Together • USGA Notes • Six New Faculty • Improving Relationships and Self-Image ...


The Grizzly, October 3, 1980, Thomas A. Reilly, Deborah Bynon, Barbara Foley, Lisa Lepone, Melissa Hanlon, Gregg Bahney, Pat Keenan, Kenneth C. Taylor, Georgeann Fusco, Jennifer Bassett, Kevin O'Neill, Elizabeth P. Harp, Jean Morrison, Brian Ballard, David Garner, Sharon Stiles, Stephanie Kane Oct 1980

The Grizzly, October 3, 1980, Thomas A. Reilly, Deborah Bynon, Barbara Foley, Lisa Lepone, Melissa Hanlon, Gregg Bahney, Pat Keenan, Kenneth C. Taylor, Georgeann Fusco, Jennifer Bassett, Kevin O'Neill, Elizabeth P. Harp, Jean Morrison, Brian Ballard, David Garner, Sharon Stiles, Stephanie Kane

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Administration Focuses Attention On Pledging • Ritter Investigation Continues • Strangers Vandalize Beardwood Extinguishers • USGA Sponsors Alcohol Awareness Program • Women Experience the Excitement of Bid Day • College Disciplines Two Fraternities • Prof Appointed in Ec/BA • Photography Course Offered In Evening School • Values Education Examined By Committee • Candidates' Platforms for Campus Elections • Classes of '81, '83 to Sponsor Gong Show • Album Review: Panorama: New View New Wave • "Time Square" Is Sheer Inspiration • Rush Returns to Philadelphia After Long Delay • Dingy Room Ideas Vol. II • Field Hockey Ties W&M; Beats Gettysburg • Volleyball Lookin' Good • Awesome Widener Crunches Grizzlies • Sports Profile: Debbie Tweed • Cross Country ...


The Grizzly, September 19, 1980, Thomas A. Reilly, Deborah Scimeca, Kevin O'Neill, Karen L. Reese, Jennifer Bassett, John Squire, Larry Muscarella, Howard Miller, Ross Schwalm, Christine Battle, Ann Edris, Elizabeth P. Harp, Barbara Foley, Carol A. Hykel, Kay Buckwalter, Pat Keenan, Susan Colaiezzi, Amy Angst, David Garner, J. Paul Ii, Brian Ballard, Jean Morrison Sep 1980

The Grizzly, September 19, 1980, Thomas A. Reilly, Deborah Scimeca, Kevin O'Neill, Karen L. Reese, Jennifer Bassett, John Squire, Larry Muscarella, Howard Miller, Ross Schwalm, Christine Battle, Ann Edris, Elizabeth P. Harp, Barbara Foley, Carol A. Hykel, Kay Buckwalter, Pat Keenan, Susan Colaiezzi, Amy Angst, David Garner, J. Paul Ii, Brian Ballard, Jean Morrison

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Reagan, Anderson Leading Carter In Campus Poll • Wismer Lunch Off to Optimistic Start • Explosive Bomb Found At NMD • College Van Policy Drastically Revised • Campus Expands With Enrollment • Bad Conditions Haunt New Women's Dorm • Kane Appointed As New Executive Assistant • Ursinus Still Packing Them In • Ursinus News In Brief: Myrin Hosts Davison Exhibit; Davies Promoted In Admissions • TG Annex Almost Complete • Evening School Expands Services • Freshmen Class & USGA Treasurer Elections Coming Soon • Ron Baltz and Jenny Perform • Ritter Center To Open October 4 • For The Musically Inclined • WRUC - On The Air? • "Yes" A "Maybe" • Alternatives To "Typical Parties" • The Rush Is On • Switchboard Under New Operation • Police Rally To Cut Down Thefts • 1978 Alumnus Selected To Receive Award • Freshmen Offer Good Stats And Great Figures • Pre-Medical Evaluation Committee Reorganized • Bomberger Tower Finally To Be Replaced • Booters Sloppy in Close Call Over Drew • Delta Pi, ZX Defend Title; Intramural Football Underway • MAC Title: Cross Country Goal • Lack of Offense Hurts in Loss to Alfred • Hockey Starts Strong at Penn State Tourney


The Grizzly, September 21, 1979, Brian Barlow, Donna Mckay, Jennifer Bassett, Jay Repko, James Wilson, Stephanie Kane, John O'Neill, David Garner, Tracy Nadzak, Martin Katz Sep 1979

The Grizzly, September 21, 1979, Brian Barlow, Donna Mckay, Jennifer Bassett, Jay Repko, James Wilson, Stephanie Kane, John O'Neill, David Garner, Tracy Nadzak, Martin Katz

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Alcohol Policy Revisions Cause Uproar • College Assigns Disciplinary Measures • Mailroom Services Questioned • Letters to the Editor • Sophomore Questionnaires • College Selects Akin As New Dean • Platforms for Frosh Offices • The Knack: It's the Beat • Maintenance Changes • U.C. Clubs: Don't Wait Till Next Year • Co-eds Rushing • Continuing Education Increases • USGA Notes • Ursinus News In Brief: 76/80 progress report; Psych prof honored; Interest inventory offered • Fearless Friday Forecast • College Elects New Board President • Middle States Reaccredits College • Hockey Sparked By Kamakaze Offense • Booters Stun Division I Drexel • Sutherland New Volleyball Coach •Gridders Fall at :29


The Grizzly, December 8, 1978, Jack Hauler, Thomas A. Reilly, Jeffrey Plunkett, Lawrence Mroz, George Young, George C. Fago, James Wilson, Martin Katz, David Garner, David Mcphillips, Wesley Emmons, Kristina Hollstein Dec 1978

The Grizzly, December 8, 1978, Jack Hauler, Thomas A. Reilly, Jeffrey Plunkett, Lawrence Mroz, George Young, George C. Fago, James Wilson, Martin Katz, David Garner, David Mcphillips, Wesley Emmons, Kristina Hollstein

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Campus Entertainment Limited?: Activities Discussed By Task Force • Pi Omega Delta Becomes a Reality; Register Now for Evening Courses; Meistersingers In Televised Concert; Holiday Baskets Distributed By APO • Community And Civilization To Offer Interesting Approach • Bears Crack Garnets • Liberal Education In Our Times • Be Cool Or Bolt • From Beads and Bennies to Bedsheets and Budweiser • Letters to the Editor: Guyana Attitudes - Sig Rho Responds • Touring: Leave The Crowds On The Mountain • le Club Francais s'Amuse • The Year In Music • V-Ball Set To Spike Foes • Martha Franklin: For The Love Of Ursinus • Sports Profile: Clayton Ebling • Flying High Downs Slappers ...


The Grizzly, December 1, 1978, Jack Hauler, Thomas A. Reilly, Ranelle Petrucelli, Charles L. Levesque, Lawrence Mroz, Mark Woodland, Mark Angelo, Robert Pfeiffer, James Wilson, Brian Barlow, Michael Newman, Frank Ayres, Mike Gannon, Gary Aaronson, Jeffrey Plunkett, Martin Katz, John O'Neill, David Garner, Karen Jannetti Dec 1978

The Grizzly, December 1, 1978, Jack Hauler, Thomas A. Reilly, Ranelle Petrucelli, Charles L. Levesque, Lawrence Mroz, Mark Woodland, Mark Angelo, Robert Pfeiffer, James Wilson, Brian Barlow, Michael Newman, Frank Ayres, Mike Gannon, Gary Aaronson, Jeffrey Plunkett, Martin Katz, John O'Neill, David Garner, Karen Jannetti

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Task Force Reviews Health Services; Bookstore Also Discussed • New Curriculum Approved • SAC Discusses New Frat & Allocations • Biology Department Alters Curriculum • A Good Editorial • Let's See Co-Ed Dorms • A Mutually Advantageous Symbiosis • Letters to the Editor: Sleeping Awareness; Disturbing Guyana Attitudes • Portrait of the Professor: Dr. Patrick J. Mulvanny • Parking: Problem At Ursinus • If Zacharias Could See Us Now... • Think Snow • The Rocky Horror Show: A Celluloid Wasteland • Audio Corner: Loudspeakers • Thompson-Gay Soon To Be Theater • Logic & Dance • Drinking Myths • Hopes High For Hoops • Football Ends On Good Note • Ursinus Girls Drown Dickinson • Marathon Men Compete • Bears Net .500 Against Florida Foes • First "Winter Weather Day"; Stimeling Exhibit To Be Presented


The Ursinus Weekly, March 15, 1978, Ann Weibezahl, Robert Brancatelli, Mark Woodland, Jonathan Zap, Nancy Weatherwax, Lawrence Mroz, Wesley Emmons Mar 1978

The Ursinus Weekly, March 15, 1978, Ann Weibezahl, Robert Brancatelli, Mark Woodland, Jonathan Zap, Nancy Weatherwax, Lawrence Mroz, Wesley Emmons

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Ursinus news in brief: College silliness cites; College Bowl returning; Smoke alarms save 34; Church school training planned • Williams to Weekly: "No Salmonella!" • Knife assault reported • Objections to DRC • News analysis: U.S.G.A. elections held • Vandalism • Comment • Final words • Letters to the editor • Steven Bishop: The hits go "on and on" • Review: Investment in learning • As you like it: On Arden • Making music • Women's swimming closes winning season • Runners do well at Swarthmore • Badminton team caps successful season • Hostels


The Ursinus Weekly, April 28, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Cindy Shelmire, David Clift, Stephen M. Lange, Linda Bell, Thomas J. Glorioso, Jonathan Zap, Barbara Ann Vincent, Joel Meyer, Andrew Schwartz, Nancy Wardell, Benjamin Shapiro, Christopher Duvally, Casey Wagner, Gilder Anne Lewis Apr 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, April 28, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Cindy Shelmire, David Clift, Stephen M. Lange, Linda Bell, Thomas J. Glorioso, Jonathan Zap, Barbara Ann Vincent, Joel Meyer, Andrew Schwartz, Nancy Wardell, Benjamin Shapiro, Christopher Duvally, Casey Wagner, Gilder Anne Lewis

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Ursinus news in brief: Mattress team takes second; Chemistry delegates tapped; Cub & Key chooses officers; Classes elect officers; Economics Club elects officers; Library announces new hours; Pre-legal Society elections held • SFARC discusses Weekly • Meal popularity surveyed • GRE revised • Food service names liaison • Comment: After orientation, what then? • Curriculum review urged • Letters to the editor • Musical gobs • Perfection personified • Movie attack: Airport 77 • Band holds concert • Presidential memo • Weekly special: Fidel interested in assassination probe • Songfest '77 • Faculty promotions announced • More on food • Sum. Eve. School • Baseball team excites fans • Lacrosse undefeated • Tennis times • Women's tennis • Amateur boxing • Track • Golf • Correction • Mexico trip


The Ursinus Weekly, April 7, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Bonnie Dixon, George Geist, Jonathan Zap, Benjamin Shapiro, Jeffrey Stafford, Thomas J. Glorioso, John Lehman, Rick Morris, Nancy Wardell, Andrew Schwartz, Kevin Griffin Apr 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, April 7, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Bonnie Dixon, George Geist, Jonathan Zap, Benjamin Shapiro, Jeffrey Stafford, Thomas J. Glorioso, John Lehman, Rick Morris, Nancy Wardell, Andrew Schwartz, Kevin Griffin

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Ursinus news in brief: New CCC organized; Class elections to be held; Volunteers needed at Norristown; Exec. Comm. meets with Pres.; Late examination fee cancelled; Night school requirement changed • WCC meets food service rep. • New asst. to Harris chosen • Cub and Key inducts new members • Comment: A fond farewell to a close friend; Initial optimism of a new editor • Weekly special: FBI warns of more terrorist attacks • Letters to the editor • Movie attack: Bomb renamed • A low-scale of relief • Alumni assoc. gives gift • "Dog Day afternoon" • Forum review: Horrors recalled • Meisters prepare tour • Women's basketball reaches nationals • USGA survey ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 22, 1975, Ruth Von Kummer, Amy Judith Halbstein, Charles Reese, Richard Fair, Nancy Weatherwax, George Geist, Rich Mcintyre, Ann Weibezahl, Stephen Horstmann, Alan Stetler, Joseph Saraco, Cindy Poots, Sandra Gabrill May 1975

The Ursinus Weekly, May 22, 1975, Ruth Von Kummer, Amy Judith Halbstein, Charles Reese, Richard Fair, Nancy Weatherwax, George Geist, Rich Mcintyre, Ann Weibezahl, Stephen Horstmann, Alan Stetler, Joseph Saraco, Cindy Poots, Sandra Gabrill

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Dr. Cope accepts history post at U. of Nebraska • Questionnaire summarized • UC faculty hears speaker from AAUP • U.C. Plans for Bicentennial • From the cluttered desk of the U.S.G.A. president • George Bause wins Scotland scholarship • Editorial: Last moments • Focus: Ms. Swanson • Wolsey Hall: British study • Alvarez attends seminar • Changes at library: Dr. Yost resigns post • Letters to the editor: Pets • Alumni elects • Intramural golf winners • Senior comments: Geoffery Higgins • Commencement • Earns degree • From the president • Cub and Key elects • Senior Spotlight: Dave McNamara • Reflections • Spring festival review • Study center success • New professors appointed • Ursinus bear squad • Volunteers ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 13, 1972, Candy Silver, Carol Wasserman, Jane Siegel, Carol Seifrit, S. Richard Budenstein, Lesa Spacek, Ruthann Connell, Nina Camiel Jan 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, January 13, 1972, Candy Silver, Carol Wasserman, Jane Siegel, Carol Seifrit, S. Richard Budenstein, Lesa Spacek, Ruthann Connell, Nina Camiel

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The Lorelei of yesteryear: A look backwards in time • USGA reports some progress • Female enrollment down in U.C. Evening School • Editorial: The unexamined statement is not worth making • Focus: Michael Nikolic • Renovations: A new look for Pfahler • Silence kills: will you speak out? • Letters to the editor • Forum! • Bouncing Bearettes • Who is Jaime Brockett? • Final examination schedule


The Ursinus Weekly, October 21, 1971, Candy Silver, Jane Siegel, Mike Nikolic, David Kirk Zimmerman, Kimberly Tilley, Molly Keim, Michael Redmond, Ruthann Connell, Don Mcaviney Oct 1971

The Ursinus Weekly, October 21, 1971, Candy Silver, Jane Siegel, Mike Nikolic, David Kirk Zimmerman, Kimberly Tilley, Molly Keim, Michael Redmond, Ruthann Connell, Don Mcaviney

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Nat. opinion poll indicates approval of legal abortion • President Pettit approves 3rd U.S.G.A. open dorm proposal • Action-packed Homecoming slated for Saturday, October 30 • Andrew Wyeth to receive degree on Founder's Day • Ursinus professors present history forum October 20th • Editorial: Sign out • Focus: Rich Hofferman • Enforced adolescence: Place on the college community? • I.R. Club hosts to model U.N. • Probable parable • Spotlight: Pauline D. Pearson • Evening School enrolls 745; Numbers down • Women enjoy freedom with extended curfew • Soccer undefeated; 2-0-2 record • Third team rolls • Feiger's field goal wins for Ursinus


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, December 19, 1968, Judy Schneider, Alan Gold, Howard Solomon, Frederick Jacob, Byron Jackson, Michael Stoner, Francis Galle, Susan Koss, Kathy Kimenhour, Georgette Griffith, Michael Nicolic, Janet Stemmler, John S. Picconi, Paul Sautter, Linda Richtmyre, Timothy C. Coyne, James Williams, Kenneth Yorgey, Linda Turnage, David Sears Dec 1968

The Ursinus Weekly, December 19, 1968, Judy Schneider, Alan Gold, Howard Solomon, Frederick Jacob, Byron Jackson, Michael Stoner, Francis Galle, Susan Koss, Kathy Kimenhour, Georgette Griffith, Michael Nicolic, Janet Stemmler, John S. Picconi, Paul Sautter, Linda Richtmyre, Timothy C. Coyne, James Williams, Kenneth Yorgey, Linda Turnage, David Sears

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"Messiah" presented by Ursinus choir; Performances draw "SRO" audiences • Frat system & houses favored by students; 12% "thumbs down!" • 878 enrolled in U.C. Evening School • YM-YWCA supports SFARC investigation • Editorial: Activities chaos rolls on • Drama in real life • Student long-term planning committee report • Letters to the editor • Flu strikes East; U.C. still healthy • "A memory with pillars" • A Christmas story • Murmurs from within • Exchange • Faculty portrait: Mr. Sharp; Hangup on social problems overshadows intellectual quest • UC pranks: They're all in good fun; Was "Freeland ghost" really Dr. Helfferich? • Many of greatest pranks took place in Chapel • Doctors Yost and Parsons recall Ursinus ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 23, 1968, Judy Schneider, Byron Jackson, Linda Richtmyre, Mort Kersey, Thomas Miller, Frederick Jacob, Sam Hartman May 1968

The Ursinus Weekly, May 23, 1968, Judy Schneider, Byron Jackson, Linda Richtmyre, Mort Kersey, Thomas Miller, Frederick Jacob, Sam Hartman

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Helen Dix is elected Spring Festival Queen • Cartoonist Al Capp featured at Commencement exercises; Ledbetter at Baccalaureate • Alumni Day '68 welcomes grads; Drama featured • Barb Bruzgo wins in silver contest • Evening session added to '68 Summer school • Summer reading plan announced • Editorial: The losing battle • New art exhibit elicits criticism • Negro minister offers race problem solution • Hooray for Joshua Lyman • Judiciary Board amendment would eliminate weaknesses • The "illegalities" of Ursinus law • Admission of Negro girls provides difficult situation • New profs include economist, historian • SFARC minutes • Final exam schedule • Ursinus Thinclads go undefeated only to falter in championships: Baseballers lose to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 10, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Timothy C. Coyne, Gayle Byerly, Herbert C. Smith, Allen Faaet, Mort Kersey, Linda Richtmyre, Lewis Bostic, David Campbell, Frederick Light, Barry Dickey Nov 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, November 10, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Timothy C. Coyne, Gayle Byerly, Herbert C. Smith, Allen Faaet, Mort Kersey, Linda Richtmyre, Lewis Bostic, David Campbell, Frederick Light, Barry Dickey

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Delta Pi's queen reigns at annual Homecoming • U.C. students aid delinquents • Founder's Day emphasizes church relationship: Three honorary degrees conferred • U.C. poetry reading • CBS reporter to speak at Forum • Behind the scenes innovations • Faculty team at War College • Local businesses educate employees • Editorial: Salvation; The moon is down • On cinnamon and seething • Letters to the editor: If you can't win fairly, cheat? • Book review • New faculty building announced; Program gains momentum • Freeland's ghost laments disrespect for traditions • Lyndon Johnson in Collegeville? Recent visit proves possibility: Receives giant welcome from Polish • Dickinson tops Bears in ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 19, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Charles Yerger, Herbert C. Smith, Frederick Jacob, Kenneth Hopkins, Frederick Light Oct 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, October 19, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Charles Yerger, Herbert C. Smith, Frederick Jacob, Kenneth Hopkins, Frederick Light

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Salem witch trial to be presented • Y announces Fall activities: Discussions highlight year • Alumni return to U.C. campus: Parties, luncheons, and game • Evening School expands • New faces among faculty: Seven depts. make additions • Homecoming Queens • Trade Commissioner speaks • Editorial • Pep rallies? Students never notice as cheerleaders, band play on; Kids talk during exercises • Super cools disillusion frustrated frosh • Society of the Sigma Xi • M.S.G.A. trial results • Fetterolf men go athletic • Book review • Radio station may offer solution to campus communication problems: Student opinion to dictate length of daily shows • Curfew for women attacked • For Wismer concert ...