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Ursinus College

Arts and Humanities

1973

Richard Nixon

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The Ursinus Weekly, December 13, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Jeanne Crandall, Richard Whaley, Judith James, Edmond Knowles, Alan Stetler, George Geist Dec 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, December 13, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Jeanne Crandall, Richard Whaley, Judith James, Edmond Knowles, Alan Stetler, George Geist

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

J. Board reactivates; Tries first case in three years • Service project going well as U.C. students aid area children • Special correspondent tells tale of wonder and awe • Mr. Xaras says art is necessary • Nine Ursinus students selected for Who’s Who • Editorial: A step in the right direction; What happened to Thanksgiving? • Letters to the editor: Is sex necessary?; Where is the mail?; Responsibility and the Ursinus woman; A disapproval; Respect for science; Basement telephone; Morning noises; Breaking the rule • B. Dale Davis, from bulletin, speaks at forum • The Stage: The second shepherd’s play • Faculty Portrait: Charles T ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 6, 1973, John T. Fidler, Mary Lou Hunsberger, Cathryn Mccarthy, Judith James, Wendy Barnes, David Ochocki, Robert A. Small, Patricia Miller, Shirley V. Trimble, Richard Whaley, John Kraus, Helen Ludwig, Marilyn Harsch, George Geist, Parker M. Henson Dec 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, December 6, 1973, John T. Fidler, Mary Lou Hunsberger, Cathryn Mccarthy, Judith James, Wendy Barnes, David Ochocki, Robert A. Small, Patricia Miller, Shirley V. Trimble, Richard Whaley, John Kraus, Helen Ludwig, Marilyn Harsch, George Geist, Parker M. Henson

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

ProTheatre to present “Second Shepherd’s Play” • Ursinus to comply with Nixon’s request to save energy • St. Andrew’s Society of New York announces graduate deadline • Professor Miller is elected to post • Christmas program to be first of kind • Women’s problems, schedule change aired at meeting • Economics club goes to New York • U.C. band to play on Monday • Editorial: The energy predicament; David Ben-Gurion • Wickersham publishes book, his first, on Greek history of fourth century B.C. • Letter to the editor: Mid-semester assessment • Arts Festival scheduled • Alumni corner: Class of ’73 active in many fields • The Zodiac ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 8, 1973, John T. Fidler, Elsie Van Wagoner, Sandra Wible, Milton E. Detterline, Mary Lou Hunsberger, Theodore Burdumy, Ann Lavelle, Doug Glover, John Kraus, Eva Morgan, Leonard Domanski, Tom Polinski Nov 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, November 8, 1973, John T. Fidler, Elsie Van Wagoner, Sandra Wible, Milton E. Detterline, Mary Lou Hunsberger, Theodore Burdumy, Ann Lavelle, Doug Glover, John Kraus, Eva Morgan, Leonard Domanski, Tom Polinski

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. Pancoast predicts much competition for teachers • Civil service commission announces test dates • Service organization shows true colors • Christmas concert • Campus Chest schedules fund raising activities • Concert cancellation • Editorial: When the life sciences become the death sciences • Letters to the editor: Beef over rhetoric; Physics dept. maintains status quo; A plea for silence; What are we doing here? • Alumni corner • Faculty Portrait: Mr. Ted Xaras • The stage: ProTheatre begins year with three one-act plays in new theatre • A bundle of letters • Film: “Jeremy” • Third team goes undefeated! • Football Bears tie, 21-21 • Once beaten Harriers enter MAC championship • Women’s volleyball ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 1, 1973, Charles Chambers, David Ochocki, Joseph Van Wyk, Mark M. Borish, John T. Fidler, Nancy Frye, Ruthann Connell, Robert A. Searles, Robert Vietri, Marilyn Harsch Mar 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, March 1, 1973, Charles Chambers, David Ochocki, Joseph Van Wyk, Mark M. Borish, John T. Fidler, Nancy Frye, Ruthann Connell, Robert A. Searles, Robert Vietri, Marilyn Harsch

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

New USGA officers initiate programs • Ursinus Union apparently an instant, smash success • 1973 Arts Festival begins Friday, March 2 • Ursinus affiliates with United Student Aid Funds • Editorial: The Union • First Union concert presents blend of folk, blues, jazz • New Ruby to be different from former edition • English department will show "Oedipus the King" • Ursinus beats West Chester in last minute of play • Bears upset LVC • U.C. volleyball clinic features Canadians • Rambo sets record as intercollegiate champ • Letter