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Abwa (December 1994), Department Of Library Special Collections Dec 1994

Abwa (December 1994), Department Of Library Special Collections

The Colonelette

On September 22, 1949, Shirley Cupp, Irma Beisel, Frances Stuckey and Mr. Hilary Bufton Jr. met in a coffee shop in downtown Kansas City to incorporate the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA). Jean Fulkerson helped start The Kentucky Colonels Chapter on 3 June 1964 in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Twenty-six women met at Western Hills Restaurant and elected Linda Sidebottom as the first president. Besides providing professional development opportunities for local businesswomen, the Chapter gave scholarships to women furthering their education, and held social and recognition events throughout the year. Their newsletter, “The Colonelette,” was started in June 1964. Also ...


The Grizzly, December 6, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Stephanie Piraino, Richard P. Richter, Doug Plitt, Phil Caiazzo, Jim Maynard, Michael Mccuen, Laurianne E. Falcone, Kristin Wallin, Alicia Darby, Nicole D'Orsaneo, Joel Schofer, Colin Tucker, Megan Sherman, Charlie Weingroff Dec 1994

The Grizzly, December 6, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Stephanie Piraino, Richard P. Richter, Doug Plitt, Phil Caiazzo, Jim Maynard, Michael Mccuen, Laurianne E. Falcone, Kristin Wallin, Alicia Darby, Nicole D'Orsaneo, Joel Schofer, Colin Tucker, Megan Sherman, Charlie Weingroff

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Beetlemania Hits Ursinus • Strassburger Appointed President • Unrest in the Baltics Continues • Ursinus Birthday Card Unveiled • Jeffrey Dahmer Dead • Philadelphia Teen Slain as Result of Inner City Rivalries • Lectures, Friendships, and "Giving Up Shop" • The Holidays Mean More Than Just Christmas • Alumna Spotlight: The Life of a Doctor • The Java Trench: More Than Just Coffee • Indigo Girls Delight Philly Fans • Intramural Update


The Grizzly, November 22, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Jayson Blocksidge, Hope Rinehimer, Richard P. Richter, Michael Mccuen, Nicole D'Orsaneo, David Gaft, Amy K. Davenport, Colin Tucker, Joel Schofer, Denise Short, Gino Cerulli, Charlie Weingroff, Bernard F. Lentz, Tarik Qasim, Phil Caiazzo Nov 1994

The Grizzly, November 22, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Jayson Blocksidge, Hope Rinehimer, Richard P. Richter, Michael Mccuen, Nicole D'Orsaneo, David Gaft, Amy K. Davenport, Colin Tucker, Joel Schofer, Denise Short, Gino Cerulli, Charlie Weingroff, Bernard F. Lentz, Tarik Qasim, Phil Caiazzo

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Pew Roundtable Discusses Priorities at Ursinus • Clinton Wavers on School Prayer • Letters to the Editor: Parent Shows Concern Over Alcohol • Man Arrested for Threatening Children • Class of '98 Update • Iraq Recognizes Kuwait • Final Exam Schedule • Berman Features Watercolor Exhibit • Lady Bears Preseason Outlook • Ursinus' All-Centennial Conference Performers


The Grizzly, November 15, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Hope Rinehimer, Jayson Blocksidge, Tarik Qasim, Phil Caiazzo, Erin Callahan, Amy K. Davenport, Alicia Darby, Richard P. Richter, Maxine Landau, Joel Schofer, Nicole D'Orsaneo, Charlie Weingroff, David Gaft Nov 1994

The Grizzly, November 15, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Hope Rinehimer, Jayson Blocksidge, Tarik Qasim, Phil Caiazzo, Erin Callahan, Amy K. Davenport, Alicia Darby, Richard P. Richter, Maxine Landau, Joel Schofer, Nicole D'Orsaneo, Charlie Weingroff, David Gaft

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Judiciary Board Hearing Ends with Guilty Verdict • Founders' Day Closes 125th Anniversary Celebration • Sexual Discrimination in the Legal Profession • C. Everett Koop Speaks at Convocation • Republicans Sweep Democrats • Professor Opens Doors to Sociological Imagination • Great Minds Don't Think Alike • Scholarship Allows Professor to Experience African Culture • Musical Ensembles to Present Concert • A Lesson in American Alcohol Abuse • Jason Pierce, Musical Missionary, to Perform • Bears Challenge Dickinson


The Grizzly, November 8, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Jayson Blocksidge, Elaine Zelley, Nicole D'Orsaneo, Tarik Qasim, Colin Tucker, Joel Schofer, Richard P. Richter, Doug Plitt, Charlie Weingroff, Hope Rinehimer Nov 1994

The Grizzly, November 8, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Jayson Blocksidge, Elaine Zelley, Nicole D'Orsaneo, Tarik Qasim, Colin Tucker, Joel Schofer, Richard P. Richter, Doug Plitt, Charlie Weingroff, Hope Rinehimer

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

'Straight Line Winds' Damage Campus • Political Experts Discuss Election '94 • Mother Charged With the Murder of Two Sons • Security Guard to Teach Self Defense Course for Women • Halloween Predicted Race a Frightful Success • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Zapped From Canadian TV • Natural Family Planning • Almuna Gives Insight for Life After Ursinus • Vic Henley Brings Southern Humor to Ursinus • ProTheatre Performs 'Moving and Powerful' Show • 1995 Ruby in the Works • No Opinion • Bears Stop Muhlenberg 21-14


The Grizzly, November 1, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Stephanie Piraino, William F. Heefner, Colin Tucker, Jayson Blocksidge, Richard P. Richter, Alicia Darby, Joel Schofer, Amy K. Davenport, Charlie Weingroff, Hope Rinehimer Nov 1994

The Grizzly, November 1, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Stephanie Piraino, William F. Heefner, Colin Tucker, Jayson Blocksidge, Richard P. Richter, Alicia Darby, Joel Schofer, Amy K. Davenport, Charlie Weingroff, Hope Rinehimer

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Presidential Search Enters Final Phase • Long Term and Short Term Goals Established by SSG • The United States Prison Population Reaches One Million • American Military Expansion in the Middle East on the Rise • Politics Department to Hold Roundtable Discussion • North Penn Teachers Enter Third Week of Strike • Campus Bids Farewell to Security Officer • U Phi D: Pride in the Name of Sisterhood • Young Alumni Planning Board • ProTheatre to Present Execution of Justice • Soccer Nears End


The Grizzly, October 25, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Hope Rinehimer, Jayson Blocksidge, Beatrice May, Nicole D'Orsaneo, David Gaft, Amy K. Davenport, Laura Lecrone, Colin Tucker, Richard P. Richter, Doug Plitt, Tom Epler, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff, Alicia Darby, Jill Schnader Oct 1994

The Grizzly, October 25, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Hope Rinehimer, Jayson Blocksidge, Beatrice May, Nicole D'Orsaneo, David Gaft, Amy K. Davenport, Laura Lecrone, Colin Tucker, Richard P. Richter, Doug Plitt, Tom Epler, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff, Alicia Darby, Jill Schnader

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Service: It's Not Greek to Them • Ursinus Cross Country Team Involved in Accident • Five Lives Claimed at Bloomsburg Frat House • Pi Omega Delta Captures Banner for Blood Drive • Democrats in Danger: Election for House and Senate too Close to Call • United States and North Korean Timetable for Nuclear Disarmament • Freshman Class Officers Ready to Make a Difference • Lopate Shares Humor and Insight • Berman Museum Celebrates its Fifth Anniversary • Choir to Sing on Saturday • An Open Letter to All Greeks • Basketball Woes • A Few Inches From Drowning • A Philly Fan • UC Soccer Gets Back on Track • Intramural Update


The Grizzly, October 11, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Hope Rinehimer, Stephanie Piraino, Amy K. Davenport, Jayson Blocksidge, Michelle Ryan, Heather Leach, Alex Schaal, Nicole D'Orsaneo, Erik Ferragut, Heather Mead, Colin Tucker, Tarik Qasim, Charlie Weingroff, Joel Schofer, Richard P. Richter, David Gaft, Ashok Parameswaran Oct 1994

The Grizzly, October 11, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Hope Rinehimer, Stephanie Piraino, Amy K. Davenport, Jayson Blocksidge, Michelle Ryan, Heather Leach, Alex Schaal, Nicole D'Orsaneo, Erik Ferragut, Heather Mead, Colin Tucker, Tarik Qasim, Charlie Weingroff, Joel Schofer, Richard P. Richter, David Gaft, Ashok Parameswaran

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

The Last Pledging Season? • Homecoming '94 a Success • The American Sexual Landscape • Fire, Fire! • Religious Sect Linked to Murder-Suicides • Campus Artwork Encounters Vandalism • Soup Kitchen Visit Provides Eye-Opening Experience • Retired Officer Expresses Thanks to Ursinus Community • Celebrate National Coming Out Day with GALA • Red and Gold Students Storm the Campus • Security Officer Larry Kirlin Leaves Ursinus • Memories of Homecoming 1994 • A Healthy Outlook on Life • Update From Career Planning & Placement • An Open Letter to President Richter • UC Soccer Wins in Closing Minutes • Walker Memorial Winners • Golley Wins McIntyre Award • UC Wins On Homecoming, 21-20


The Grizzly, October 4, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Fred Woll, Hope Rinehimer, Stephanie Piraino, Jayson Blocksidge, Alicia Darby, Nicole D'Orsaneo, Jason Kindt, Amy K. Davenport, Colin Tucker, Richard Le, Doug Plitt, Tarik Qasim, Heather Mead, Laurianne E. Falcone, Charlie Weingroff, Richard P. Richter, Bill Buckingham, Ellen Cosgrove Oct 1994

The Grizzly, October 4, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Fred Woll, Hope Rinehimer, Stephanie Piraino, Jayson Blocksidge, Alicia Darby, Nicole D'Orsaneo, Jason Kindt, Amy K. Davenport, Colin Tucker, Richard Le, Doug Plitt, Tarik Qasim, Heather Mead, Laurianne E. Falcone, Charlie Weingroff, Richard P. Richter, Bill Buckingham, Ellen Cosgrove

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

1994 Homecoming Court Spotlighted • Research Opportunities • Family Day '94 a Success • Arms Embargo Still Intact • Mining Industry Saved From Taxation • Homecoming Queen Nominees • New Lab Expands Horizons of Freshman Biologists • Recycling Lets Everyone Breathe a Little Easier • Kilmartin Lightens up Lower Lounge • Bright Moments and Sweet Sounds • Executing Justice with Pro-Theatre • Suggestions, Please! • Exploring Secrets & Truths Otherwise Unknown • Jam at the Trench • A Lesson in Life • The Real World: Collegeville • Prejudice Can Eclipse Unique Differences • Swarthmore Hands Bears Second Straight Defeat • UC Volleyball Loses Pair • UC Captain's Council Set to Make Changes


The Grizzly, September 27, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Hope Rinehimer, Jayson Blocksidge, Nicole D'Orsaneo, Colin Tucker, Amy K. Davenport, Tom Epler, Bill Buckingham, Laurianne E. Falcone, Charlie Weingroff, Brad Geiger, Ryan Savitz, Tom Mastrangelo, Alicia Darby Sep 1994

The Grizzly, September 27, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Hope Rinehimer, Jayson Blocksidge, Nicole D'Orsaneo, Colin Tucker, Amy K. Davenport, Tom Epler, Bill Buckingham, Laurianne E. Falcone, Charlie Weingroff, Brad Geiger, Ryan Savitz, Tom Mastrangelo, Alicia Darby

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Berry's Political Future Uncertain • Violence in Haiti Will Not be Tolerated • Status of Citizenship Questioned • What is Newman Society? • On Being Reared in the U.S. • What Scares Me • Rabinor Opens Lectures on Eating Disorders • UC Volleyball Battles Floor Problems and Injuries • UC X-C Runners are New and Improved • Defense to do it for Eagles • Bears Drop Close One to Western Maryland


The Grizzly, September 20, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Hope Rinehimer, Stephanie Piraino, Jason Kindt, Erik Ferragut, Jayson Blocksidge, Doug Plitt, Carla Rinde, Nicole D'Orsaneo, Colin Tucker, Amy K. Davenport, Alicia Darby, Jill Schnader, William Buckingham, Tariq Qasim, Charlie Weingroff, Tom Mastrangelo, Richard Le Sep 1994

The Grizzly, September 20, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Hope Rinehimer, Stephanie Piraino, Jason Kindt, Erik Ferragut, Jayson Blocksidge, Doug Plitt, Carla Rinde, Nicole D'Orsaneo, Colin Tucker, Amy K. Davenport, Alicia Darby, Jill Schnader, William Buckingham, Tariq Qasim, Charlie Weingroff, Tom Mastrangelo, Richard Le

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Sweeping Changes for Pledging • Berry 'Suspends' Campaign • Selling of a Folk Tradition • Clinton Shows Decisiveness • Plane Crashes Into White House • Campus Organizations Unite • Sororities: Disturbing the Peace or Boosting Self-Esteem? • Attention Seniors! • Ursinus Represented at Miss America Pageant • Apathy • Wismer Observations • A Personal Look at Who's Among Us • New Works at Berman • CAB Update • Jazz Group Bright Moments to Perform Saturday • Voice of Ursinus Reborn • Ellie Keeps Mail Room Running Smoothly • The Lights are on, but Nobody's Home • Program Offers Cultural Exchange • Martial Arts Club Available for Students • Taking Advantage of an Opportunity • UC Field Hockey Blanks Davis ...


The Grizzly, September 13, 1994, Mark Leiser, Marc Ellman, Hope Rinehimer, Stephanie Piraino, Jason Kindt, Tarik Qasim, Jayson Blocksidge, Richard Le, Doug Plitt, Colin Tucker, Amy K. Davenport, Brad Geiger, Charlie Weingroff, Tom Mastrangelo, David Gaft Sep 1994

The Grizzly, September 13, 1994, Mark Leiser, Marc Ellman, Hope Rinehimer, Stephanie Piraino, Jason Kindt, Tarik Qasim, Jayson Blocksidge, Richard Le, Doug Plitt, Colin Tucker, Amy K. Davenport, Brad Geiger, Charlie Weingroff, Tom Mastrangelo, David Gaft

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Budget Concerns Discussed • The Search Continues • Convocation Opens Academic Year • Military Action Likely • U.S. Relations with Cuba • Sculptures, Sculptures Everywhere • All Lines Busy • Capital Improvements • Excellence Should not be Overlooked • Things That I Like and Don't Like About the Morning • Summer Entertainment Review '94: Movies; Concerts • DeLuca Dazzles Audience • Moments in Time • Around the NFL • Bears Fall in Season Opener


Rooted In Dust: Surviving Drought And Depression In Southwestern Kansas, Pamela Riney-Kehrberg Sep 1994

Rooted In Dust: Surviving Drought And Depression In Southwestern Kansas, Pamela Riney-Kehrberg

History Books

Fontell Littrell's grandmother was a devout Latter-Day Saint. But when Fontell's father turned to bootlegging and poker to support an extended family of ten during the dirty thirties, her grandmother took it in stride. "The Lord works in mysterious ways, his miracles to perform," she rationalized.

The Litrells' story and those of thousands of others who rode out the dust bowl in southwest Kansas are the focus of Pamela Riney-Kehrberg's study of survival in a drought-ridden decade. Unlike other historians, who have dwelt on those who fled hardship, Riney-Kehrberg concentrates on the majority—three-quarters of the population ...


Review Of The Pursuit Of Equality In American History. J.R. Pole. Reviewed By Joel Blau, State University Of New York At Stony Brook., Joel Blau Sep 1994

Review Of The Pursuit Of Equality In American History. J.R. Pole. Reviewed By Joel Blau, State University Of New York At Stony Brook., Joel Blau

The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare

J. R. Pole. The Pursuit of Equality in American History. Berkely, CA: University of California Press, 1993 [Second edition, revised and enlarged]. $35 hardcover.


Abwa (August 1994), Department Of Library Special Collections Aug 1994

Abwa (August 1994), Department Of Library Special Collections

The Colonelette

On September 22, 1949, Shirley Cupp, Irma Beisel, Frances Stuckey and Mr. Hilary Bufton Jr. met in a coffee shop in downtown Kansas City to incorporate the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA). Jean Fulkerson helped start The Kentucky Colonels Chapter on 3 June 1964 in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Twenty-six women met at Western Hills Restaurant and elected Linda Sidebottom as the first president. Besides providing professional development opportunities for local businesswomen, the Chapter gave scholarships to women furthering their education, and held social and recognition events throughout the year. Their newsletter, “The Colonelette,” was started in June 1964. Also ...


The Grizzly, May 3, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Scott Savett, Joanne Sickeri, Richard P. Richter, Carl Brandreth, Alison Burns, Tyree Kozlowski, Craig Faucher, Brad Geiger, Charlie Weingroff, Colin Tucker, Harley David Rubin, Jen Diamond May 1994

The Grizzly, May 3, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Scott Savett, Joanne Sickeri, Richard P. Richter, Carl Brandreth, Alison Burns, Tyree Kozlowski, Craig Faucher, Brad Geiger, Charlie Weingroff, Colin Tucker, Harley David Rubin, Jen Diamond

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Spring Fling '94 • SERV Finishes Busy Semester • Alpha Sigma Nu Sponsors MS Walk-a-thon • A Bitter Farewell • Spade: A Waste • A Belated Farewell • Senior Spotlights: Cynthia Babcock; Erika Compton • Summer '94 Entertainment Preview • Concerts • The 1994 Phillies: What a Difference


Integration Within Desegrated School Systems: Guthrie High School, A Case Study, Eric A. Moore May 1994

Integration Within Desegrated School Systems: Guthrie High School, A Case Study, Eric A. Moore

McCabe Thesis Collection

Integration within desegregated school systems is a topic that, according to several authors and professors, can be "counted on with two hands." This is an exaggeration; however, recent literature in this area is lacking. There have been several federally funded case studies, but all of the case studies have apparently been confined to urban settings. This thesis is unique in that it focuses upon the Guthrie, Oklahoma, 6 public high school system. Unlike many larger urban areas, this high school does not experience major problems such as busing, "white flight," the inability to find teachers with the resolve to teach ...


An Historical Look At The Negro Baseball Leagues: The Legend Of The Black Knights, Terry Pierce May 1994

An Historical Look At The Negro Baseball Leagues: The Legend Of The Black Knights, Terry Pierce

McCabe Thesis Collection

This study hopes to fill in some of the gaps in the history of the Negro Leagues. More importantly though, this research is successful only if the readers can come away with a true sense of what the ballplayers of the era felt and why they played while enduring racism and humiliation.

This study was conducted to pull together the previously written facts and history of the Negro Leagues with obscure oral history and data found through interviews, videotapes, articles, and books from and about those who played and lived during the era.


The Grizzly, April 26, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Brad Geiger, Charlie Weingroff, Colin Tucker, Harley David Rubin, Sue Boyer, Gaylen Gawlowski, Elaine Zelley, Richard P. Richter, Tom Epler, Vidya Setty, Jen Diamond, Cynthia Babcock, Barb Lampe, Hope Rinehimer Apr 1994

The Grizzly, April 26, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Brad Geiger, Charlie Weingroff, Colin Tucker, Harley David Rubin, Sue Boyer, Gaylen Gawlowski, Elaine Zelley, Richard P. Richter, Tom Epler, Vidya Setty, Jen Diamond, Cynthia Babcock, Barb Lampe, Hope Rinehimer

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Richter to Leave Presidency • Richter: Then and Now • S.T.A.R. Raising Awareness • Economics Conference Held at Ursinus • Vandalism in Olin • A Necessary Tension: Greeks and Administration • Final Exam Schedule • It's Alive, It's Alive • Moshing, Body Surfing and The Gin Blossoms • NBA Playoff Preview • Men's Tennis Looks for "Strong" Finish


The Grizzly, April 19, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Fred Woll, Alina C. Morawski, Joanne Sickeri, Kathy Kane, Richard P. Richter, Tom Mastrangelo, Charlie Weingroff, Ellen Cosgrove, Brad Geiger, Harley David Rubin, Jen Diamond, Cynthia Babcock, Barb Lampe, Victor Gil, Colin Tucker Apr 1994

The Grizzly, April 19, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Fred Woll, Alina C. Morawski, Joanne Sickeri, Kathy Kane, Richard P. Richter, Tom Mastrangelo, Charlie Weingroff, Ellen Cosgrove, Brad Geiger, Harley David Rubin, Jen Diamond, Cynthia Babcock, Barb Lampe, Victor Gil, Colin Tucker

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Erdrich Speaks of Cultural Struggles • Friendly Fire Over Iraq • Greeks Participate in Greek Week • U.S.G.A. Responds to Requests for a Wismer Meal Plan • Tropical Conservationist to Speak at Ursinus • President John Bartholomew Speaks Again • Tuning in to Talk Radio • Bands to Perform Saturday • It's Not a Matter of Dryness • Women's Lacrosse Crushes Swarthmore; Falls to Johns Hopkins • Eagles Draft Preview • George White Named New Men's Basketball Coach at Ursinus


The Grizzly, April 12, 1994, Mark Leiser, Sara Jacobson, Lori L. Engler, Jayson Blocksidge, Colin Tucker, Cynthia Babcock, Barb Lampe, Erika Compton, Alina C. Morawski, Hope Rinehimer, Fred Woll, Sue Boyer, Richard P. Richter, Jessica Ann Hessel, Charlie Weingroff, Harley David Rubin, Jen Diamond, Brad Geiger Apr 1994

The Grizzly, April 12, 1994, Mark Leiser, Sara Jacobson, Lori L. Engler, Jayson Blocksidge, Colin Tucker, Cynthia Babcock, Barb Lampe, Erika Compton, Alina C. Morawski, Hope Rinehimer, Fred Woll, Sue Boyer, Richard P. Richter, Jessica Ann Hessel, Charlie Weingroff, Harley David Rubin, Jen Diamond, Brad Geiger

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Djibouti Represented by Ursinus • Battle Over Taxes Intensifies • Anniversary Celebration Continues • 1994 Ruby • Wellness Fair to be Held • Medieval Fest Held for Physically Challenged • Phi Beta Kappa's New Inductees • USGA Responding to Student Needs • Senior Spotlight: Barbara Lampe • Bears Sweep F&M • Men's Tennis Coming Together • Golf Team Undefeated • Lurie Buys Eagles • UC Frosh Assaulted by Phanatic


Abwa (April 1994), Department Of Library Special Collections Apr 1994

Abwa (April 1994), Department Of Library Special Collections

The Colonelette

On September 22, 1949, Shirley Cupp, Irma Beisel, Frances Stuckey and Mr. Hilary Bufton Jr. met in a coffee shop in downtown Kansas City to incorporate the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA). Jean Fulkerson helped start The Kentucky Colonels Chapter on 3 June 1964 in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Twenty-six women met at Western Hills Restaurant and elected Linda Sidebottom as the first president. Besides providing professional development opportunities for local businesswomen, the Chapter gave scholarships to women furthering their education, and held social and recognition events throughout the year. Their newsletter, “The Colonelette,” was started in June 1964. Also ...


Mccracken County - Paducah, John P. Dyson Apr 1994

Mccracken County - Paducah, John P. Dyson

County Histories of Kentucky

An article published by the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society on the naming of Paducah, Kentucky.


The Grizzly, March 29, 1994, Jen Diamond Mar 1994

The Grizzly, March 29, 1994, Jen Diamond

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

This is an April Fool's parody issue of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper entitled "The Goofly."


The Grizzly, March 22, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Hope Rinehimer, Fred Woll, Richard P. Richter, Brad Geiger, Sean Jones, Jen Diamond, Barb Lampe, Cynthia Babcock, T. J. Siggelakis, Harley David Rubin Mar 1994

The Grizzly, March 22, 1994, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Hope Rinehimer, Fred Woll, Richard P. Richter, Brad Geiger, Sean Jones, Jen Diamond, Barb Lampe, Cynthia Babcock, T. J. Siggelakis, Harley David Rubin

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Public Not Pleased with Health Care Proposal • Tax-Exempt Status Challenged • J-Board Issues Punishment for Illegal Pledging Activity • U.S.G.A. Minutes • Letter to the Senior Class • Students Respond to Editor's View on Pledging • Editor Clarifies Position • Awareness Needed • Investigative Team Responds • The Madness is Here: Update on the NCAA Tournament • Track & Field to Begin Season


Revisiting The Question Of Reparations, James Jennings Mar 1994

Revisiting The Question Of Reparations, James Jennings

Trotter Review

Recent congressional action to award Japanese Americans "reparations" for their internment during World War II, as well as the Florida state legislature's act to award $150,000 to black survivors of a white riot rampage of Rosewood, a black town, in 1923, has contributed to a re-emergence of the call for black reparations. Several black state and local politicians and leaders across the United States have called for legislative action that would compensate blacks for three and one half centuries of racial enslavement. The awarding of reparations to Japanese Americans is not the only precedent for indemnity to a ...


The African-American Urban Milieu And Economic Development, Lenneal J. Henderson Mar 1994

The African-American Urban Milieu And Economic Development, Lenneal J. Henderson

Trotter Review

Economic disparity between urban white America and urban black America is becoming more pronounced, whether in central cities, suburbs, or edge cities. African-American employment prospects have declined in central cities, increased slightly in suburbs, and increased substantially for the few African Americans living and working in edge cities. William Julius Wilson cites the decline in stable, higher-paying, blue-collar employment in the industrial cities throughout America. Others identify the changing structure of metropolitan employment as characterized by more rapid professional and white-collar employment growth in suburbs and edge cities and declining employment in central cities. In his book, Cities Without Suburbs ...


The Grizzly, March 1, 1994, Sue Boyer, Erika Compton, Amanda Finch, Mark Leiser, Ashok Parameswaran, Fred Woll, Tom Epler, Richard P. Richter, Ellen Cosgrove, Harley David Rubin, Jen Diamond, J. Houghton Kane, Barb Lampe, Cynthia Babcock, Jon Volkmer Mar 1994

The Grizzly, March 1, 1994, Sue Boyer, Erika Compton, Amanda Finch, Mark Leiser, Ashok Parameswaran, Fred Woll, Tom Epler, Richard P. Richter, Ellen Cosgrove, Harley David Rubin, Jen Diamond, J. Houghton Kane, Barb Lampe, Cynthia Babcock, Jon Volkmer

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Up 'Til Noone to Play at The Trappe • Last Semester's Blood Drive a Success • Kane Encourages Support for Blood Drive • CIA Officer and his Wife Accused of Spying • Professor Profile: Keith Brand • Broughton Exhibit to Open in Berman • Senior Profile: Alan McCabe • The Snow Closing Debates, Continued • Letter to the Editor • To All Administrators, Faculty, Staff, and Other Interested Parties • Women's Hoops Have Best Season Ever


The Grizzly, February 22, 1994, Sue Boyer, Mark Leiser, Michelle Lim, Heather Achenbach, Erika Compton, Barb Lampe, Cynthia Babcock, Hope Rinehimer, Marc Ellman, Fred Woll, Craig Faucher, Victor Gil, Richard P. Richter, Colin Tucker, Tom Epler, Ellen Cosgrove, Harley David Rubin, Jen Diamond Feb 1994

The Grizzly, February 22, 1994, Sue Boyer, Mark Leiser, Michelle Lim, Heather Achenbach, Erika Compton, Barb Lampe, Cynthia Babcock, Hope Rinehimer, Marc Ellman, Fred Woll, Craig Faucher, Victor Gil, Richard P. Richter, Colin Tucker, Tom Epler, Ellen Cosgrove, Harley David Rubin, Jen Diamond

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Breaking Down the Barriers: One Man's Struggle with Homosexuality, Stereotypes and the Military • Maintenance Man, Humanitarian • Pledging Private Eyes • Pledging Underway Once Again • Olympic Update • Are There Really any Losers in the Olympics? • Ursinus Students Raise Money for a Friend in Need • And When the Sawdust Cleared...It Was a Masterpiece • Come out and Support a U.C. Senior • Restaurant Night Revisited • Senior Spotlight: Joshua Donald Carter • Clinton: King of Astro Turf • Learn by Listening to Yourself • Sports Picture Page: The Two Hottest Teams Around • Baseball Preview '94 • Lady Bears are Eastern Division Champs


The Grizzly, February 15, 1994, Erika Compton, Hope Rinehimer, Alina C. Morawski, Amanda Finch, Cynthia Babcock, Barb Lampe, Mark Leiser, Satsuki Scoville, Kelly Crowers, Fred Woll, Richard P. Richter, Harley David Rubin, Tom Mastrangelo, Ed Markowski, Jen Diamond, Elaine Zelley, T. J. Siggelakis Feb 1994

The Grizzly, February 15, 1994, Erika Compton, Hope Rinehimer, Alina C. Morawski, Amanda Finch, Cynthia Babcock, Barb Lampe, Mark Leiser, Satsuki Scoville, Kelly Crowers, Fred Woll, Richard P. Richter, Harley David Rubin, Tom Mastrangelo, Ed Markowski, Jen Diamond, Elaine Zelley, T. J. Siggelakis

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Pledging Meeting: First in a Series • Berry Announces Plans for Candidacy • Ursinus Given Laboratory Glassware as Gift • Airband to Help Local • Northeast Still Being Hit by Winter • Professor Profile: Tom Whalen • The Power of the Postcard • GALA Retools • Censorship Sucks • UC Baseball to Hold 4th Annual Baseball Clinic • Freshman Black Belt Profiled in National Karate Magazine • New Track & Field Coaches Hired • Wrestling Destroys All Competition