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The Grizzly, December 5, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Lauren Springer, Quinn Dinsmore, Dana Mazzenga, Sean Brennan, Blake Forrest, Eileen Algeo, Fallon Szarko, Julie Micklos, Brooks Reuter, Amy Beyer, Bridget Hussey, Bill Stiles Dec 2002

The Grizzly, December 5, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Lauren Springer, Quinn Dinsmore, Dana Mazzenga, Sean Brennan, Blake Forrest, Eileen Algeo, Fallon Szarko, Julie Micklos, Brooks Reuter, Amy Beyer, Bridget Hussey, Bill Stiles

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Putting the "Art" Back in a Liberal Arts Education • Celebrating the Holidays Around the World • There is no Need to be Violent • Stress Triggers at Ursinus College • Stress Busters • Fear vs. Phobia • Graduates: Trying to Find a Job that Pays • Sober for Good • Unexpected Difference • Children Violent with Other Children • Gymnastics Team has High Expectations • How do Ursinus Athletes Prevent Injuries? • Luciano Named CC and ECAC Player of the Week • Final Exam Schedule


The Road Not Taken: A History Of Radical Social Work In The United States. Michael Reisch And Janice Andrews Dec 2002

The Road Not Taken: A History Of Radical Social Work In The United States. Michael Reisch And Janice Andrews

The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare

Book note for Michael Reisch and Janice Andrews, The Road not Taken: A History of Radical Social Work in the United States. New York: Brunner- Routledge, 2001. $59.95 hardcover.


Ms-040: Woman’S League Of Gettysburg College, Katherine C. Gallup Dec 2002

Ms-040: Woman’S League Of Gettysburg College, Katherine C. Gallup

All Finding Aids

This collection reflects and records almost a century of Gettysburg College history, and the first women's--only organization officially affiliated with and recognized by the college. It is also a prime example of the kinds of activities and movements that were occurring during the Progressive Era in Pennsylvania and the United States. The collection consists of board minutes, minutes from numerous leagues, loose correspondence, convention programs, banquet programs, registrar's reports, treasurer's reports, treasurer's ledger books, handbooks, scrapbooks, photographs, and "Golden Books", volumes of calligraphy pages honoring League donors, service men and women, grandchildren and the like. The ...


The Grizzly, November 21, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Quinn Dinsmore, Eileen Algeo, Dean Edwards, Lauren Denis, Cassie Stewart, Harry Michel, Cara Nageli, Fallon Szarko, Dana Mazzenga, Brooks Reuter, Jerel Smith, Kate Juliano, Noelle Bolletino, Joseph Summers, Sean Brennan, Joseph Davido, Bridget Hussey, Neil Schafer, Katharine Jones Nov 2002

The Grizzly, November 21, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Quinn Dinsmore, Eileen Algeo, Dean Edwards, Lauren Denis, Cassie Stewart, Harry Michel, Cara Nageli, Fallon Szarko, Dana Mazzenga, Brooks Reuter, Jerel Smith, Kate Juliano, Noelle Bolletino, Joseph Summers, Sean Brennan, Joseph Davido, Bridget Hussey, Neil Schafer, Katharine Jones

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Well-known Political Consultant Mark Moskowitz at Ursinus • Greek Organizations Come Together for GPC Activities Fair • Too Big for our Buildings • Eye on Your Future: Internships • 'Tis the Season to Ignore the Needy? • Do You Care About Political Apathy? • Should a Minor Receive the Death Penalty? • Opinions: Feeling Uninvited in Your Own Home; Smoking or Non? You Decide; 17-Year-Old Could be Tried as Adult • Be a Film Society Member • Howard, Roesch Look to Lead Wrestling to C.C. Championship • On Your Mark...Indoor Track Ready to Go • Dougherty Rockets Off to National Meet


The Grizzly, November 14, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Sean Brennan, Lauren Springer, Fallon Szarko, Blake Forrest, Dean Edwards, Amy Beyer, Johanna Nash, Quinn Dinsmore, Dana Mazzenga, Lisa Minardi, Brooks Reuter, Lindsey Fund, Meghan Jarrett, Rob Millstein, Mike Romeo, Lauren Wise, Cara Nageli, Bridget Hussey, Noelle Bolletino, Joseph Davido, Kate Juliano Nov 2002

The Grizzly, November 14, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Sean Brennan, Lauren Springer, Fallon Szarko, Blake Forrest, Dean Edwards, Amy Beyer, Johanna Nash, Quinn Dinsmore, Dana Mazzenga, Lisa Minardi, Brooks Reuter, Lindsey Fund, Meghan Jarrett, Rob Millstein, Mike Romeo, Lauren Wise, Cara Nageli, Bridget Hussey, Noelle Bolletino, Joseph Davido, Kate Juliano

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Did you Miss the Election 2002? • Young Voters Ignore their Political Power • Ursinus Students Writing Kids Program Grant • History, Reminder Found in Veteran's Day • Tartuffe Simply Delicious • Opinions: Are Dateds Worth It?; Homecoming: A Different Opinion; More Problems with Registration; Everclear Rocks Ursinus • Get Ready to Jazz: Ursinus Concert Band Style • Dateds: Worth the Dollar? • Everclear: Clearer than Ever • Exhibit Cases Return to Myrin Library • Men's, Women's Basketball Get Ready to Open Seasons • Roller Hockey Records First • Swim Team Opens Winter Season with a Win • Hot Dates for Collegeville Love Birds • Louie and his Band Rock U ...


The Grizzly, November 7, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Dean Edwards, Christina Abreu, Cara Nageli, Cassie Stewart, Dana Mazzenga, Brooks Reuter, Noelle Bolletino, Quinn Dinsmore, Eileen Algeo, Lauren Springer, Johanna Nash, Fallon Szarko, Abbey Sangmeister, Kate Juliano, Meghan Jarrett, Sean Brennan, Amy Beyer, Blake Forrest, Joseph Davido, Lindsey Fund, Bart Brooks Nov 2002

The Grizzly, November 7, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Dean Edwards, Christina Abreu, Cara Nageli, Cassie Stewart, Dana Mazzenga, Brooks Reuter, Noelle Bolletino, Quinn Dinsmore, Eileen Algeo, Lauren Springer, Johanna Nash, Fallon Szarko, Abbey Sangmeister, Kate Juliano, Meghan Jarrett, Sean Brennan, Amy Beyer, Blake Forrest, Joseph Davido, Lindsey Fund, Bart Brooks

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Election 2002: Absent-Minded with Absentee Ballots • Redhat Makes Computer Connection at Ursinus • Reimert Robbers • "In Praise of Music" Presented Last Weekend • Boo from UC to You! • Don't Delete Your Future: Career Services Information • Professors Killed During Student Rampage and Suicide • Opinions: To Vote or not to Vote?; Sexual Harassment: A Problem for Ursinus Students; Sniper Caught: Will Peace be Restored? • Third Annual Poem-palooza a Success • Berman: "Social Surrealism" • Radio Talk Show Comes to Ursinus • Women's Soccer Season Better Than Record Shows • Field Hockey Finishes at the Top of Division III • Roller Hockey Opens Season • Cross Country 2002 Centennial ...


The Lincoln Enigma: The Changing Faces Of An American Icon, Gabor Boritt Nov 2002

The Lincoln Enigma: The Changing Faces Of An American Icon, Gabor Boritt

Gettysburg College Faculty Books

Nearly a century and a half after his death, Abraham Lincoln remains an intrinsic part of the American consciousness, yet his intentions as president and his personal character continue to stir debate.

Now, in The Lincoln Enigma, Gabor Boritt invites renowned Lincoln scholars, and rising new voices, to take a look at much-debated aspects of Lincoln's life, including his possible gay relationships, his plan to send blacks back to Africa, and his high-handed treatment of the Constitution. Boritt explores Lincoln's proposals that looked to a lily-white America. Jean Baker marvels at Lincoln's loves and marriage. David Herbert ...


The Grizzly, October 24, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Quinn Dinsmore, Blake Forrest, Cassie Stewart, Amy Beyer, Jessica Moore, Dean Edwards, Lauren Springer, Cara Nageli, Eileen Algeo, Jacqueline Jacobs, Fallon Szarko, Lisa Minardi, Kate Juliano, Johanna Nash, Noelle Bolletino, Jerel Smith, Dana Mazzenga, Nina Simoncavage, Lauren Denis, Sean Brennan, Meghan Jarrett Oct 2002

The Grizzly, October 24, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Quinn Dinsmore, Blake Forrest, Cassie Stewart, Amy Beyer, Jessica Moore, Dean Edwards, Lauren Springer, Cara Nageli, Eileen Algeo, Jacqueline Jacobs, Fallon Szarko, Lisa Minardi, Kate Juliano, Johanna Nash, Noelle Bolletino, Jerel Smith, Dana Mazzenga, Nina Simoncavage, Lauren Denis, Sean Brennan, Meghan Jarrett

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Cloudy Weather Fails to Dampen Spirits for Homecoming 2002 • You Break it! You Buy it! • President Bush Warns of War as Situation in Iraq Intensifies • Psychology Department Welcomes Dr. DaCosta • Ursinus Awarded Gold Star for Excellence from DEEP Researchers • Career Services Offers Graduate Programs for Students • Student Profile: Ursinus Freshman a World Traveler • Opinions: Homecoming 2002 a Blast or a Bust?; Academic Dishonesty: Growing Wise to the Problem; Should our Newspaper Have a Sex Column? • Vandalism at Ursinus College • First Ever Ursinus Women's Magazine • Walter Annenberg Remembered • 70th Anniversary of the Lantern • Poem-palooza 2002 • The Daniel Boone Homestead Holds ...


The Grizzly, October 10, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Blake Forrest, Sean Brennan, Dana Mazzenga, Quinn Dinsmore, Dean Edwards, Amy Beyer, Jessica Moore, Jacqueline Jacobs, Lisa Minardi, Kate Juliano, Brooks Reuter, Eileen Algeo, Cara Nageli, Meghan Jarrett, Marie Difeliciantonio, Fallon Szarko, Layali Eshqaidef, Rob Millstein, Joseph Davido, Neil Schafer, Johanna Nash, Dana Fillo Oct 2002

The Grizzly, October 10, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Blake Forrest, Sean Brennan, Dana Mazzenga, Quinn Dinsmore, Dean Edwards, Amy Beyer, Jessica Moore, Jacqueline Jacobs, Lisa Minardi, Kate Juliano, Brooks Reuter, Eileen Algeo, Cara Nageli, Meghan Jarrett, Marie Difeliciantonio, Fallon Szarko, Layali Eshqaidef, Rob Millstein, Joseph Davido, Neil Schafer, Johanna Nash, Dana Fillo

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

The 2002 Homecoming Nominees • Former White House Aide Speaks at Ursinus • New Student Art in the Library • Students Riots at the University of Oregon • First Play of the Semester to Cure the Blues • New Meal Plan Hard to Swallow • Major Workshops for Sophomore Department Events Oct. 14-25 • Everyone's Talking About the Music Man • Opinions: Family Day 2002 a Success; Ursinus and Marriage; Party Scene: UC vs. PSU Surprisingly Similar • Donald Meyer Art Exhibit in Berman Museum • Student Profile: Dana Mazzenga • Ursinus College Choir • CAB: Exciting Events for Campus • Women's Rugby Continuing to Improve • Intramural Sports Start up Again ...


The Grizzly, October 3, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Quinn Dinsmore, Fallon Szarko, Dean Edwards, Johanna Nash, Sean Brennan, Cassie Stewart, Lauren Springer, Dana Mazzenga, Blake Forrest, Meghan Jarett, Lisa Minardi, Brooks Reuter, Cara Nageli, Jerel Smith, Julia Campbell, Joseph Davido, Lauren Denis, Neil Schafer, Kate Juliano, Amy Beyer, Marie Difeliciantonio, Eileen Alero Oct 2002

The Grizzly, October 3, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Quinn Dinsmore, Fallon Szarko, Dean Edwards, Johanna Nash, Sean Brennan, Cassie Stewart, Lauren Springer, Dana Mazzenga, Blake Forrest, Meghan Jarett, Lisa Minardi, Brooks Reuter, Cara Nageli, Jerel Smith, Julia Campbell, Joseph Davido, Lauren Denis, Neil Schafer, Kate Juliano, Amy Beyer, Marie Difeliciantonio, Eileen Alero

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Students Show Parents Their Second Home: Family Day 2002 • Students Voice Opinions in Campus Terrorism Talk • Memory of Fountain Trickles Away • Davis Professor to Deliver Lectures for Students and Faculty • New Technical Director Brings Different View Behind the Scenes • Read All About it: Newspapers in the Bookstore • Opinions: Eminem: Good or Bad • Four Doors: A Memorial • Fun Historic Event: The Heritage Festival Held on the Wentz Farmstead • Women's Rugby Score First try in Ursinus History • Dougherty Sprints to Second Place • Renovate Your Room by Swappin' Suites • Comparative Pricing: Comfort Food


Editor's Note, Ron M. Potvin Oct 2002

Editor's Note, Ron M. Potvin

Newport History

Before Newport became a fashionable summer resort, it was a gathering place for scientists, intellectuals, and artists, including a group of progressive New England landscape painters, including William Morris Hunt and John La Farge. Lesser known within this group was John Chandler Bancroft, the son of historian and diplomat George Bancroft, who maintained his summer residence at "Roseclyffe" in Newport. As an artist, John Chandler Bancroft's application of scientific theories of color and light to his painting helped influence a generation of artists, including La Farge, Winslow Homer, and Thomas Eakins. Perhaps frustrated with his inability to translate effectively ...


Emancipation, Elevation, And Education: Black Educational Institutions In New York City During The 1830s, Kristopher B. Burrell Oct 2002

Emancipation, Elevation, And Education: Black Educational Institutions In New York City During The 1830s, Kristopher B. Burrell

Publications and Research

This conference paper studied the significance of African Americans' efforts to organize around education in New York City during the 1830s. There was a proliferation of black-led educational institutions in the aftermath of slavery's end in the city. These institutions were part of a broader effort to prove that African Americans deserved full citizenship in the State and country during the 1830s. What was happening in New York City was not occurring in a vacuum and the paper briefly puts what was occurring in New York City within a regional context, as well.


The Grizzly, September 26, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Cara Nageli, Noelle Bolletino, Jerel Smith, Dana Mazzenga, Bridget Hussey, Sarah Napolitan, Fallon Szarko, Cassie Stewart, Blake Forrest, Jennifer Brink, Kate Juliano, Quinn Dinsmore, Lisa Minardi, Meghan Jarrett, Marie Difeliciantonio, Eileen Algeo, Lauren Springer, Brooks Reuter, Neil Schafer, Heather M. Trefsger, Sean Brennan, Amy Beyer Sep 2002

The Grizzly, September 26, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Cara Nageli, Noelle Bolletino, Jerel Smith, Dana Mazzenga, Bridget Hussey, Sarah Napolitan, Fallon Szarko, Cassie Stewart, Blake Forrest, Jennifer Brink, Kate Juliano, Quinn Dinsmore, Lisa Minardi, Meghan Jarrett, Marie Difeliciantonio, Eileen Algeo, Lauren Springer, Brooks Reuter, Neil Schafer, Heather M. Trefsger, Sean Brennan, Amy Beyer

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Students Take on Wismer: Committee to Address Dining Issues • Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board: Coming to a Party Near You? • Slow Internet Fast Becoming a Problem • "I Just Called to Say": UC Phone-a-thon • UCNet Available through Career Services • From Italy with Love: The Life of Students Abroad • Opinions: Taking the Plunge to Clean up the Environment; Sorority Life or Sorority Joke?; Are Rules Really Rules? • Berman Collects: Museum's Permanent Collection Holds Wide Variety of Objects • Bears Football Falls to F&M • Field Hockey Dominates the Field • Women's Soccer Drop Decisions to Widener, Gettysburg • UC Men's Soccer Win Over ...


The Grizzly, September 19, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Dana Mazzenga, Kate Juliano, Quinn Dinsmore, Dan Devlin, Blake Forrest, Amy Beyer, Meghan Jarrett, Lauren Springer, Jennifer Brink, Marie Difeliciantonio, Jerel Smith, Johanna Nash, Lisa Minardi, Cara Nageli, Fallon Szarko, Sean Brennan, Dean Edwards, Eileen Algeo, Josh Rucci, Bill Stiles, Lindsey Fund, Brooks Reuter, John Fee, Neil Schafer, Bridget Hussey Sep 2002

The Grizzly, September 19, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Dana Mazzenga, Kate Juliano, Quinn Dinsmore, Dan Devlin, Blake Forrest, Amy Beyer, Meghan Jarrett, Lauren Springer, Jennifer Brink, Marie Difeliciantonio, Jerel Smith, Johanna Nash, Lisa Minardi, Cara Nageli, Fallon Szarko, Sean Brennan, Dean Edwards, Eileen Algeo, Josh Rucci, Bill Stiles, Lindsey Fund, Brooks Reuter, John Fee, Neil Schafer, Bridget Hussey

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Ursinus Remembers September 11 in Silence, Art, and Prayer • Playmate and AIDS Activist Shares Story with Ursinus • UC Field Hockey Makes a Statement • What's a Watson? • Potential Students Check Out Ursinus During Red and Gold • Stealing from Zack's: A Common Practice that Hurts All • Opinion: Are the Laptops Good or Bad?; Partying: Hard Work on Campus • Get Frenzied for the Fringe • Michael Lasser: Radio Historian • Berman Museum: A Great Place to Visit • Storyteller Visits Berman • Condoms in Collegeville: Comparative Price Report • Under 21 Doesn't Mean You Can't Have Fun • Fall Fashion • Women's Soccer Bounces Back ...


The Grizzly, September 12, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Cornota Harkins, Quinn Dinsmore, Kate Juliano, Harry Michel, Cassie Stewart, Amy Beyer, Cara Nageli, Alex Sasso-Kurelitsky, Dean Edwards, Joseph Davido, Bridget Hussey, Rob Milstein, Fallon Szarko, Bart Brooks, Eileen Algeo, Lindsey Fund, Noelle Bolletino, Lauren Springer, Marie Difeliciantonio, Blake Forrest, Kelly Gray, Heather M. Trefsger, Sean Brennan, Dana Mazzenga Sep 2002

The Grizzly, September 12, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Cornota Harkins, Quinn Dinsmore, Kate Juliano, Harry Michel, Cassie Stewart, Amy Beyer, Cara Nageli, Alex Sasso-Kurelitsky, Dean Edwards, Joseph Davido, Bridget Hussey, Rob Milstein, Fallon Szarko, Bart Brooks, Eileen Algeo, Lindsey Fund, Noelle Bolletino, Lauren Springer, Marie Difeliciantonio, Blake Forrest, Kelly Gray, Heather M. Trefsger, Sean Brennan, Dana Mazzenga

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

America. No Longer the Beautiful • September 11, 2002: A Changed Nation Remembers • Omwake Party Closed for Overcrowding • The Dangers of Limerick: KI Pills Soon • The Freshman Fifteen: A Preventable Phenomenon for Students • Opinions: Too Much Liberty in Calling it a Diner; Zack's Without the Power; Orientation Evaluation; New Laundry Detergent Testing: Bad Idea! • Remembering September 11th: Student Essays • September 11th: A National Holiday? I Think Not • Theater Booming at Ursinus • WVOU: Ursinus' Pride and Joy • Redline Visits Ursinus • Comparative Pricing Report: Healthy Foods • Volleyball Crushes Albright College • Ursinus Looks to Next Game After Loss to W&J • Field Hockey ...


The Grizzly, September 5, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Kate Juliano, Aubre Andre, Quinn Dinsmore, Dan Devlin, Greg Pellish, Rachel Daniel, Heather M. Trefsger, Bart Brooks, Jennifer Brink, Eileen Algeo, Vince Possomando, Lindsey Fund, Josh Rucci, Neil Schafer, Mike Romeo Sep 2002

The Grizzly, September 5, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Kate Juliano, Aubre Andre, Quinn Dinsmore, Dan Devlin, Greg Pellish, Rachel Daniel, Heather M. Trefsger, Bart Brooks, Jennifer Brink, Eileen Algeo, Vince Possomando, Lindsey Fund, Josh Rucci, Neil Schafer, Mike Romeo

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

143 Students Call Richter / North Hall Home • Under Construction Again: Field House Floor to be Redone • Orientation 2002 a Success for Freshmen and OAs • Bridge Program Unique and Important at Ursinus • Y100 at Ursinus • Freshmen Give Three Thumbs Up to Their So-Called "Overcrowded Rooms" • Opinions: Dirty Rooms Make Move-in Extra Grungy; What's it Liked to be Named Bart?; "Enemy Combatant" Declarations: Wrong Policy for America • Bored? Get Some Brotherly Love in Your Life • Comparative Pricing Report: Snack Foods • Field Hockey Makes a Move to Centennial Conference • X-Country Boys and Girls Ranked 8th in Conference • Volleyball Jumps Out to Positive ...


Tyler, Sara Elizabeth, 1910-2001 (Sc 1376), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Sep 2002

Tyler, Sara Elizabeth, 1910-2001 (Sc 1376), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 1376. Paper entitled "Growing Up on State Street," in which Sara E. Tyler recalls her childhood days in Bowling Green, Kentucky. In addition to social life and customs, she relates much about the houses in the neighborhood. Also copy of a published article.


The Presidency Of Charles E. Glassick, 1977-1989: An Appraisal, Michael J. Birkner Sep 2002

The Presidency Of Charles E. Glassick, 1977-1989: An Appraisal, Michael J. Birkner

Gettysburg College Faculty Books

On August 1, 1977 Charles Glassick assumed his duties as president of Gettysburg College. With the 25th anniversary of that event approaching, it seemed appropriate to take stock of Glassick's accomplishments. This was an eventful presidency for Gettysburg, as the college began to identify itself less as a worthy, but modest, Lutheran institution of higher learning than as a national liberal arts college. The process of embracing a new identity was not always smooth, but under Glassick's leadership the college prospered. Gettysburg in 1989 remained committed as always to the liberal arts mission it had long espoused, but ...


Ms-038: Pen And Sword Society Papers, Christine M. Ameduri Sep 2002

Ms-038: Pen And Sword Society Papers, Christine M. Ameduri

All Finding Aids

The purpose of the Pen and Sword Society was, and is today, to honor those, who by their energy and successful efforts in furthering the prestige of the College in the past, show that they are willing and capable of exerting themselves in a special manner in the interest and welfare of the Alma Mater in the future. The collection consists of the official records of the Society between 1904 and 1943.

Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids are discovery tools used to describe and provide access to our holdings. Finding aids include historical and biographical information about each ...


The Grizzly, August 29, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Joe Calhoun, Julia Campbell, Cassie Stewart, Johanna Nash Aug 2002

The Grizzly, August 29, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Joe Calhoun, Julia Campbell, Cassie Stewart, Johanna Nash

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Three Professors Up for Tenure • New Meningitis Vaccine Law in PA • Phi Kappa Sigma: Leaders Commended for Talents • Best Buddies Gives Laptops to the Handicapped • Research Presented by 54 Students and Alumni • Opinions: Zack's Closes the Equivalency Door on Snacks and Juices; New Hours for the Fitness Center Spell Big Problems for Students • Addresses and Phone Numbers to Places in Collegeville • SEPTA Bus Schedule for Collegeville • Ursinus Art & Lecture Series • Fall Sports Ready to Begin Play


Interview With Clyde Harriman, Michael Hillard Jul 2002

Interview With Clyde Harriman, Michael Hillard

S.D. Warren Company

Harriman was a leader of the workers' successful unionization effort in the 1960s. He was Vice-President of the paper workers local for a few years before leaving the mill to work in the Portland, Maine post office.


Interview With Harry Foote, Michael Hillard Jul 2002

Interview With Harry Foote, Michael Hillard

S.D. Warren Company

Harry Foote was a labor beat reporter for the Portland Press Herald (and editor) from the 1930s through the 1960s. He bought Westbrook's local newspaper, which over time came to be called the American journal. He was astute observer of the character of the people of Westbrook in the context of S.D. Warren Company's dominance.


Interview With Robert Burton, Michael Hillard Jul 2002

Interview With Robert Burton, Michael Hillard

S.D. Warren Company

Burton worked for a few years as hourly worker, then spent most of his career as a foreman and supervisor at S.D. Warren from height of S.D. Warren days until era when Scott began layoffs and disrupted local management customs. A good interview to learn about how supervisors/managers did their work and issues they confronted. Burton gives a detailed description of how workers were "indulged" by top management, i.e., seldom fired or challenged in work effort and practices, and also how lower level managers were hurt and weakened by unionization.


Gay Bars, Vice, And Reform In Portland, 1948-1965, Beka Smith Jul 2002

Gay Bars, Vice, And Reform In Portland, 1948-1965, Beka Smith

Dissertations and Theses

The city of Portland adopted different policies toward gay bars between 1948 and 1965. Portland's conservative mayors, generally uninterested in changing the city or promoting growth, ignored gay bars. Reform mayors instigated campaigns against gay bars to gain public, political, and business support for their broader economic and social goals. They were able to use crackdowns on gay bars as popular components of their reform initiatives because Portland, in comparison to other cities, professed conservatism and morality and had little economic or cultural incentive to tolerate gay bars. Blaming Portland's vice on outsiders, reform mayors argued that their ...


Interview With Joe Jensen, Michael Hillard Jun 2002

Interview With Joe Jensen, Michael Hillard

S.D. Warren Company

Jensen was a member of the in-plant organizing team for what would become United Paperworkers International Union Local 1069 at the S.D.Warren mill in Westbrook, Maine. He worked at S.D. Warren from 1960 until 1997.


Ua68/13/4 Limited Edition, Wku Journalism Jun 2002

Ua68/13/4 Limited Edition, Wku Journalism

WKU Archives Records

Newspaper created by students participating in the Minority Journalism Workshop hosted by the WKU Journalism Department.

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Interview With Gary Schauzer, Michael Hillard Jun 2002

Interview With Gary Schauzer, Michael Hillard

S.D. Warren Company

Schauzer worked at the mill from 1969 to 1999. He was an electrician, who eventually got a B.S. Degree and went into management. His prime goal as a manager was to rectify problems with management and support he had during his first 15 years as an hourly employee. Schauzer provides detailed descriptions of mill work life and S.D. Warren management culture.


School Social Work In Hartford, Connecticut: Correcting The Historical Record, James G. Mccullagh Jun 2002

School Social Work In Hartford, Connecticut: Correcting The Historical Record, James G. Mccullagh

The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare

This paper corrects the historical record on why and how school social work began in Hartford and who was instrumental in establishing the new service. The findings, based on a study of primary sources, revealed that a school principal, and not a psychologist as previously claimed, initiated the process that led the Hartford Charity Organization Society to appoint its Visitor, Winifred Singleton Bivin, a social caseworker, to also become the first social worker in the schools in January 1907. The social work profession, which owes its origin to the Charity Organization Movement, is also obligated to the Hartford Charity Organization ...


The Grizzly, April 25, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Kate Juliano, Quinn Dinsmore, Katherine Goddard-Doms, Nicole Gaughan, Syreeta Dixon, Meg Gallagher, Sarah Ewald, Katie Petersen, Katie Lambert, Fallon Szarko Apr 2002

The Grizzly, April 25, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Kelly Gray, Kate Juliano, Quinn Dinsmore, Katherine Goddard-Doms, Nicole Gaughan, Syreeta Dixon, Meg Gallagher, Sarah Ewald, Katie Petersen, Katie Lambert, Fallon Szarko

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Pesta Appeals College's Action • O'Flaherty Speaks to Ursinus about Human Rights • Diverse and Abundant Research Continues • Sex for Sale: What Drives the Porn Industry? • Final Exam Schedule • Jon Volkmer Named Montgomery County Poet Laureate • Greek Week Change Bad: An Opinion • Commencement and Baccalaureate Speakers Announced • Hockey Intramurals • Family or no Family: That is the Question for Many Career Women


The Grizzly, April 18, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Cornota Harkins, Christine Ginty, Syreeta Dixon, Quinn Dinsmore, Nicole Gaughan, Katie Petersen, Kelly Gray, Sarah Ewald, Katie Lambert, Bill Stiles, Harry Michel, Joyce Koubouralis, Erin Fitzgerald, Julie Micklos, Mary Sim Apr 2002

The Grizzly, April 18, 2002, Anne Antanavage '04, Cornota Harkins, Christine Ginty, Syreeta Dixon, Quinn Dinsmore, Nicole Gaughan, Katie Petersen, Kelly Gray, Sarah Ewald, Katie Lambert, Bill Stiles, Harry Michel, Joyce Koubouralis, Erin Fitzgerald, Julie Micklos, Mary Sim

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

From the B-52's to the Beach Boys: Airband was a Huge Success • ProTheatre Stages History with Twilight: Los Angeles this Weekend • Students Rave About the Pat McGee Band in Concert • Adolph Reed to Deliver Pancoast Lecture • Fitness Week a Fitness Blast • Male Birth Control: Latest Medical Breakthrough? • Opinions: Greek Portrayal in Movies Demeaning, not True!; Parking Policy not Fun for Some Residents • Y100's Caseyboy and his Crazy Stunts • The Letters and the Cane • Comparative Pricing Report: Self Tanners • Skin Cancer is not Your Friend • UC Women's Rugby Making a Breakthrough in Women's Sports • Workman's Workouts ...