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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 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, June 6, 1966, Lawrence Romane Jun 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, June 6, 1966, Lawrence Romane

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Past Ursinus graduates return for festivities • New face for Loyalty Fund • Holbrook speaks at Commencement • 22 top seniors awarded honors at Commencement • Messinger retires after years of service at UC • Laughlin receives alumni award • Dr. R. S. Howard named to "Who's who in science" • K. Ferguson wins Calif. fellowship • Editorial: Decision and challenge • Interesting demolition on campus • Placement • Greek gleanings • Women's Spring teams end a good year: Will lose 11 seniors • Star athlete to graduate • Daniel Daywalt, Night School grad • Two top seniors honored June 6


The Ursinus Weekly, November 22, 1965, Patricia Rodimer, Jon Katz, Chuck Broadbent, Quimby Rae, Thomas W. Beaver, Linda Dimauro Nov 1965

The Ursinus Weekly, November 22, 1965, Patricia Rodimer, Jon Katz, Chuck Broadbent, Quimby Rae, Thomas W. Beaver, Linda Dimauro

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Who's Who Among Students honors fourteen seniors: Selection based on scholarship, leadership and potential • Dr. Lissfelt addresses PSEA at first meeting • Susan Starr concert Monday, November 29: Program includes Tchaikovsky and Beethoven • Library consultant on campus Dec. 1 • Ursinus receives $1,600 grant from Sears-Roebuck • Mormon speaker scheduled for Wismer forum • 800 enroll in Ursinus College evening school • Dissinger speaks on olfactory experiments • Philadelphia Art Alliance sponsors poetry contest • Editorial: For support and entertainment; A time to give thanks; Harvest dance • New cafeteria-style breakfast revolutionizes UC eating habits • Letters to the editor • Needed: more "fun" • Thanksgiving meditation • Team prepares ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 16, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, John Bradley, James Hake, Mary Ann Wuenschel, Robert Livingston, Craig Garner Mar 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, March 16, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, John Bradley, James Hake, Mary Ann Wuenschel, Robert Livingston, Craig Garner

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Campus Chest set to begin April 6: Shorb and Riley Committee heads • Concert season begun by UC Meistersingers: Group will tour New York state • Noss, theologian & author, will speak here Wednesday • History students will hear Bohl at Wednesday tea • Jeanne Dawson crowned prom queen; Cub and Key taps seven junior men • Three co-eds make US lacrosse team: Great Britain scene of games • Mass meeting of students planned for Wednesday • Group organizes fund campaign; Will defray cost for Ursinus girls on lacrosse team • WSGA approves rule change • Ursinus receives Gulf Oil grant • Psychology Club officers elected • Editorial: Don't walk on that grass; Compulsion won't do it • Journalism grants available • Charles I trial topic of Forum • Letters to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 18, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Barbara Gettys, Carlton Dingman, Carl F. Peek, Craig Garner Nov 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, November 18, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Barbara Gettys, Carlton Dingman, Carl F. Peek, Craig Garner

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Background information for theatre in the round given • Evening School serving 628 • Soviet youth will speak November 21 • Young Republicans begin to roll • Discussion of US - Mid East relations Wed. • Senior Ball set for Friday; Southern plantation theme • Priest to talk on Neo-Catholicism • Study abroad in Vienna, Freiburg, Paris for 1 year • MSGA provides bus to Lebanon Valley game • Peace Corps official to be on campus Tuesday • Federal aid to education debate presented to PSEA • St. Gabriel's tour November 19; More volunteers needed • "Weekly" editors to hear Scranton • UC debating team to go to Temple • Editorial: As usual; WSGA ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 8, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, Craig Garner Apr 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, April 8, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, Craig Garner

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James Farmer, Freedom Rider, to speak at Forum • Lippy and Boslers to make TV debut • Delta Pi Sigma pledges to raise money for 8 page Weekly • Sophs plan weekend • Chem Society showing film of Glenn's flight • Campus Chest failure • Volunteers needed for Indian school • Carol Heber queen of Junior Prom; Seven Cub & Key members tapped • Bachelor of business administration now available in Evening School • WSGA elections April 10 • Letters to the editor • WAA elections April 10 • Ursinus to offer geology in first Saturday class • Students hear speaker on UN • Student rates for Ugo Betti play • Dr. R. Schellhase to show slides • Ron Pile & Demas big winners • Bible Fellowship to hear speakers • Students elect Joan Kleinhoff and George Rutledge YW-YMCA presidents • Discipline • Registration begins April 29 • Intramural volleyball • Phoenixville pastors to hear Rev. R. T. Schellhase • Greek tragedy to be presented • Greek gleanings • Students to accompany Dr. Armstrong on European Travel Seminar • Dr. Owen Belmont heard by pre-meds • 100 chemistry teachers hold session at Ursinus • Schaal hurls UC 7-1 Dickinson win; Bears edge Albright behind Geesaman • Mermaids post winning season • Varsity hockey team honored by Helfferichs • Dryfoos to head MAC second team • Badminton finishes winning season • Trackmen host Fords Wednesday • Women begin softball • Lacrosse team starts season


The Ursinus Weekly, January 14, 1963, John B. Piston, Mary Auer, Cynthia Morris, Carl F. Peek, Bill Pratt, Barbara Gettys, Frederic Yocum, John Travis, Robert Livingston, Dennis Wilson Sr. Jan 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, January 14, 1963, John B. Piston, Mary Auer, Cynthia Morris, Carl F. Peek, Bill Pratt, Barbara Gettys, Frederic Yocum, John Travis, Robert Livingston, Dennis Wilson Sr.

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Exam period begins Thursday as semester draws to a close • Psychology Club hears speaker from Graterford • Collegeville plans new street lights along Main Street • Third student concert scheduled next Monday • Record enrollment in Evening School • Student teachers tell experiences at PSEA meeting • Weekly laments lack of newsworthy events • Race for space topic of speaker • Bible Study fellowship to sponsor color film • Ursinus receives $12,500 grant from Phila. church • Dean Rothenberger guest speaker at Lions banquet • Freedom urged by Dolman at conference • "Jazz and the white American" topic of introductory program on jazz • Alumni may pass fund drive goal • Curriculum ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 8, 1962, John B. Piston, Ted Wilf, Frederic Yocum, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, Ed Leister, Norm Gibbs, Craig Garner Oct 1962

The Ursinus Weekly, October 8, 1962, John B. Piston, Ted Wilf, Frederic Yocum, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, Ed Leister, Norm Gibbs, Craig Garner

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"Agnosticism on the college campus" theme of YM-YWCA's Fall retreat • Football victory highlights second annual Parents Day • Social frats name queens • Student teachers assume duties • Dr. Miller scheduled to speak on India at Forum Wednesday • Whatley hosts dinner for campus leaders • "Mr. and Mrs. North" selected as Curtain Club Fall production • Religious convocation next week • Navy information team visits campus Thursday • Applications available for Fulbright grants • Math Club picnic opens year's activities • Semester films top-rate • Pre-medical meeting to feature students • Manser named treasurer for sophomore class • Editorial: The MSGA and the faculty; "It's not our fault" • Avant-garde ...