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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

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

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, March 3, 1978, Ann Weibezahl, David Donia, Robert Brancatelli, Nancy Weatherwax, Gilder Anne Lewis, Stephen M. Lange, Abbie Green, Bob Shuman, Cindy Poots, Sharon Tuberty, Susan Wachtell, Patty Walters, Ed Janz, Rick Morris, Gretchen Devlin Mar 1978

The Ursinus Weekly, March 3, 1978, Ann Weibezahl, David Donia, Robert Brancatelli, Nancy Weatherwax, Gilder Anne Lewis, Stephen M. Lange, Abbie Green, Bob Shuman, Cindy Poots, Sharon Tuberty, Susan Wachtell, Patty Walters, Ed Janz, Rick Morris, Gretchen Devlin

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus news in brief: Fields gets Ph.D.; Ursinus appoints P.R. director; Dining committee meets; P.E. speakers; Pollick attends pool finals • Energy conservation: The Choice is yours • New gym hours proposed • Sakell replaces Dempsey • Cat placed • Comment: Testimonials • Union answers questions • Letters to the editor • Ruby seeks editor • As you like it: Out of this world • The '78 Lantern • Cogger announces placement services • Puppeteer performs • College Bowl held • Crosswinds comes to Ursinus • Grapplers troubled • Four meet streak • Victory for women's b-ball


The Ursinus Weekly, February 13, 1978, Ann Weibezahl, Jennifer Bassett, Robert Brancatelli, Robert J. Egidio, Gilder Anne Lewis, Mark Woodland, Jack Hauler, Jonathan Zap, Gretchen Devlin Feb 1978

The Ursinus Weekly, February 13, 1978, Ann Weibezahl, Jennifer Bassett, Robert Brancatelli, Robert J. Egidio, Gilder Anne Lewis, Mark Woodland, Jack Hauler, Jonathan Zap, Gretchen Devlin

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus news in brief: Two named to raise funds; Killer pot suspected; Anti-white bias charged; College tax break rift; Male, married, healthy • History 101 exam: Investigation continues, two to five suspected • Task force presents preliminary results • Comment • Letters to the editor • Time and testing • Spend Summer in Spain • Students attend New York play • A Painstaking approach • Casino night • As you like it is coming • Kiss: A Musical (?) Extravaganza • More negative comments • Henry's drama group attends grade school • Erroneous zones • Ursinus basketball playoff bound? • Women's b-ball • Censorship • Bad news Bearacudas


The Ursinus Weekly, January 10, 1978, Ann Weibezahl, Sharon Tuberty, Cindy Poots, Kaaron Benson, Jonathan Zap, Sue Byrom, Lee Moore, Rick Morris, George Young Jan 1978

The Ursinus Weekly, January 10, 1978, Ann Weibezahl, Sharon Tuberty, Cindy Poots, Kaaron Benson, Jonathan Zap, Sue Byrom, Lee Moore, Rick Morris, George Young

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus news in brief: Craft attempts prior restraint; Lilly Endowment scratched; Band hangs Mandel; Dishes returned; Cornell students march for time off • Library may curtail hours • Task force considers curriculum • Bankruptcy negates loans • C.I.A. investigates U.C. • Directory published • Tobin appointed • Employment curtailed • Opinion: Ursinus safety • Letters to the editor • A Vegetarian's view • Censorship vs. student rights • Movie attack: Close encounters of the third kind • Dr. Parsons working on new book • Matty Simmons: The Man behind National Lampoon • Dylan to tour in the new year • Ursinus b-ball: marked improvement • Wrestling opens season • Men's swimming • Study before ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 3, 1977, Alan Stetler, Cindy Shelmire, David Clift, Donald R. Whittaker, George Geist, Keith Wright, Joseph Saraco, Mary Beth Kramer, Andrew Schwartz Mar 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, March 3, 1977, Alan Stetler, Cindy Shelmire, David Clift, Donald R. Whittaker, George Geist, Keith Wright, Joseph Saraco, Mary Beth Kramer, Andrew Schwartz

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus news in brief: Weekly begins new feature; Constitutions approved; Honor society holds seminar; Pre-legal meets • SFARC year in review • USGA president offers comments • Ass't dean interviewed • Comment: Investigation demanded; Our time to speak • Weekly special • Letters to the editor: More on food; Review reply; A non-sports fan speaks • Rumours • Beachcombers • Swimmers are 2nd, 6th; Wrestlers 8th • Handwerk resigns after Bears win first game • Macs bury Bears • Brighter football future ahead


The Ursinus Weekly, February 24, 1977, Alan Stetler, Cindy Shelmire, George Geist, Ann Weibezahl, Robert Brancatelli, Donald R. Whittaker, Robert Schuman, Stephanie Dent, Gregg Lecheler, Joseph Saraco, Lawrence Mroz Feb 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, February 24, 1977, Alan Stetler, Cindy Shelmire, George Geist, Ann Weibezahl, Robert Brancatelli, Donald R. Whittaker, Robert Schuman, Stephanie Dent, Gregg Lecheler, Joseph Saraco, Lawrence Mroz

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus news in brief: Weekly to accept applications; Poli. Sci. Washington trip; Ursinus to exhibit frakturs; More on absenteeism; Pre Legal meets • U.S.G.A. election results • Wismer, sunshine discussed • James Craft interviewed • Dining hall probed • Letters to the editor: Information please!; TGV and South Africa • Wild blue yonder • ELO Lives!! • Cassandra • Denenberg speaks • Photos • Immaculata here tonight • "Up" for the match • Swimming "bare machine" rolls on, but men lose • Elsewhere in UC sports scene


The Ursinus Weekly, February 9, 1977, Alan Stetler, Sharon Tuberty, Ann Weibezahl, Cindy Shelmire, Stephen M. Lange, George Geist, Mary Beth Kramer, Barbara Ann Vincent, Mark T. Di Marcangelo, Donald R. Whittaker, Andrew Schwartz, Joseph Saraco, Lawrence Mroz Feb 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, February 9, 1977, Alan Stetler, Sharon Tuberty, Ann Weibezahl, Cindy Shelmire, Stephen M. Lange, George Geist, Mary Beth Kramer, Barbara Ann Vincent, Mark T. Di Marcangelo, Donald R. Whittaker, Andrew Schwartz, Joseph Saraco, Lawrence Mroz

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus news in brief: Summer employment outlook; Temple adopts plus, minus grades; U.S.G.A. releases absenteeism data; Craft named exec. assistant • Cafeteria trials successful • Testing rule changed • Calendar to be reviewed • S.F.A.R.C. discusses counseling, vandalism • Comment: A short lesson in Weekly economics • Ursinus: a suburban wasteland • Our common cause • Transcript hassles • Forum review: Musical notes • Let's line up for Wismer • TGV • Seniors plan dinner dance • Art exhibition • Pre-Legal group meets • Basketball loses again • Commentary: Is a new coach needed? • Swimming teams resume seasons • Wrestling wrap-up


The Ursinus Weekly, December 16, 1976, Alan Stetler, Cindy Shelmire, Stephanie Dent, Ann Weibezahl, Steven Schirk, Andrew Schwartz, Joseph Saraco, Ralph Mchenry Dec 1976

The Ursinus Weekly, December 16, 1976, Alan Stetler, Cindy Shelmire, Stephanie Dent, Ann Weibezahl, Steven Schirk, Andrew Schwartz, Joseph Saraco, Ralph Mchenry

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus news in brief: Career seminar held; Insurance coverage modified; Correction • Tuition, Gourman discussed • Richter talks to USGA • Dept Chairmen react to SFARC letter • Letter to the editor: Reply and support • Student Activities Committee Fall 1976 allocations • Casino Night action • Ursinus replies to Gourman Report • Messiah performed • U.C. runners compete • B-ball needs time • Another super hockey season • Ursinus indoor track • Swimmers splash to two victories


The Ursinus Weekly, December 2, 1976, Alan Stetler, Bonnie Dixon, Irwin H. Wolfert, Stephen M. Lange, Barbara Ann Vincent, Kamala R. Chapman, Donald R. Whittaker, Donna L. Phillips, Joseph Saraco, Andrew Schwartz, Warren Fritz Dec 1976

The Ursinus Weekly, December 2, 1976, Alan Stetler, Bonnie Dixon, Irwin H. Wolfert, Stephen M. Lange, Barbara Ann Vincent, Kamala R. Chapman, Donald R. Whittaker, Donna L. Phillips, Joseph Saraco, Andrew Schwartz, Warren Fritz

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus news in brief: Field hockey places second; Take 'em to court?; McCarthy addresses Pre-Legal group; Forum Committee finalizes program • Alumni Directory published • Board plans tuition increase; Welcomes two new members • Career night planned • RPR addresses faculty • CR's make a difference • Letters to the editor: More on "Fritz"; A backside view of Wismer cafeteria • Comment: A tale of two students • Musical notes • Forum reviews: Tapestry, Mostovoys • Two gentlemen at Ursinus • Movie review: Network • Union board meets • Philly Co. • Bears 0-9 ... but the future looks brighter • Ursinus Equestrian Club news • Swim season opens • Phils not shopping


The Ursinus Weekly, March 20, 1975, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Robert Brant, Cathryn Mccarthy, Alan Stetler, C. Joy Keene, Joseph Saraco Mar 1975

The Ursinus Weekly, March 20, 1975, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Robert Brant, Cathryn Mccarthy, Alan Stetler, C. Joy Keene, Joseph Saraco

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Editorial • Cub and Key revival • Silver ball fever • Letter to the editor • Research funded • The Baer • Pottery reviewed • Swabbers, greasers, rollerettes and flappers place in Song Fest • "Any complaints?" • The new president speaks • Computer careers will be discussed • Flyer consistency • Swimming wrap-up


The Ursinus Weekly, February 13, 1975, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Kitt Turner, Richard Whaley, Ruth Duncan, George Geist, Marilyn Harsch Feb 1975

The Ursinus Weekly, February 13, 1975, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Kitt Turner, Richard Whaley, Ruth Duncan, George Geist, Marilyn Harsch

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Forum will host Jessica Savitch • Lorelei: Midnite at the oasis • Forum review: Morgenthau delivers informative address on complex topic • Classics performed by Temple orchestra • U.C. Chaplain plans Lenten experiences • Purloined pitchers • Music groups active • Phlash! • Interaction between Ursinus past and present • We place ourselves at your disposal • 1975 interview schedule • The old gold remains • New addition to education faculty • The travails of Knorft • Millions for Ursinus • Bears beat Hopkins; Lose to Muhlenberg • Hockey team returns with memories of Great Britain • Spring flicks at Union • Girls' basketball • Distinguished wrestler named coach • Swimmers splash along


The Ursinus Weekly, December 12, 1974, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Judith James, Marilyn Harsch, George Geist Dec 1974

The Ursinus Weekly, December 12, 1974, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Judith James, Marilyn Harsch, George Geist

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Who's Jean Shepherd? • APO to sell used books • 37th Messiah tonight • Learn to program • The Travails of Knorft • Advent aglow • Growth of the Greeks: Beta Sigma Lambda • Letter to the editor • Swim team makes splash • Commentary: Respect, defense, teamwork • Sigma Rho Lambda


The Ursinus Weekly, March 14, 1974, John T. Fidler, Cathryn Mccarthy, Elsie Van Wagoner, Edmond Knowles, Judith James, Ruth Von Kummer, Sandra Wible, Milton E. Detterline, Richard Whaley, Theodore Burdumy, Tony Ferrigno, Wendy Barnes, Derq Howlett, Derk Visser, Fred Reiss, John Kraus, Helen Ludwig, Eva Morgan, Marilyn Harsch Mar 1974

The Ursinus Weekly, March 14, 1974, John T. Fidler, Cathryn Mccarthy, Elsie Van Wagoner, Edmond Knowles, Judith James, Ruth Von Kummer, Sandra Wible, Milton E. Detterline, Richard Whaley, Theodore Burdumy, Tony Ferrigno, Wendy Barnes, Derq Howlett, Derk Visser, Fred Reiss, John Kraus, Helen Ludwig, Eva Morgan, Marilyn Harsch

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

College issues new Bulletin • Meistersingers begin on a good note; Plan singing tour through New England • The C.C.C. Rides Again! • Drs. Miller and Craft to present papers at Midwest convention • Ursinus volunteers see first fire of this year • Campus Chest to sponsor fast day this Thursday • Editorials: The seriousness of rock music; Streaking • Alumni corner: Dr. Margaret Brian • Letters to the editor: In search of a white knight; What an offer!; Administration admonished; Wanted: one clock; Thanks • Forums: Col. Frederick F. Woerner • Film: American graffiti • The Zodiac: The twelve zodiacal expressions of self • Ol’ blue eyes is back ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 28, 1974, John T. Fidler, George Geist, Judith James, Kitt Turner, Wendy Barnes, Milton E. Detterline, Richard Whaley, Ruth Von Kummer, Bruce Martin, John Kraus, Jacqueline Hunt, Eva Morgan, Helen Ludwig, Elaine Snyder, Marilyn Harsch Feb 1974

The Ursinus Weekly, February 28, 1974, John T. Fidler, George Geist, Judith James, Kitt Turner, Wendy Barnes, Milton E. Detterline, Richard Whaley, Ruth Von Kummer, Bruce Martin, John Kraus, Jacqueline Hunt, Eva Morgan, Helen Ludwig, Elaine Snyder, Marilyn Harsch

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dean of men’s office ransacked, washing machines destroyed as vandalism continues: USGA proposes community action to eliminate problem • Sorority bids signed; sophomore girls join three campus groups • Christian fellowship will present musical program • First concert scheduled for Helfferich Hall • St. Andrew’s Society announces deadline for scholarships • Editorials: Festival of the Arts; On vandalism • Alumni corner: Leidy lacks leisure • Forum review: Yass Hakoshima • Drama review: “This is the Rill speaking” and “The Interview” • I.F. Winter Party scheduled March 8 • Woodstock abdication • Bearettes come back! • It was a very good year! • First gymnastics meet takes place


The Ursinus Weekly, February 21, 1974, John T. Fidler, Janet Daum, George Geist, Ruth Von Kummer, Judith James, Wendy Barnes, Richard Whaley, Milton E. Detterline, Theodore Burdumy, J. Timothy Clemens, Edmond Knowles, Susan Shillaber, Helen Ludwig, Nina Wagner, Eva Morgan, Elaine Snyder, Marilyn Harsch Feb 1974

The Ursinus Weekly, February 21, 1974, John T. Fidler, Janet Daum, George Geist, Ruth Von Kummer, Judith James, Wendy Barnes, Richard Whaley, Milton E. Detterline, Theodore Burdumy, J. Timothy Clemens, Edmond Knowles, Susan Shillaber, Helen Ludwig, Nina Wagner, Eva Morgan, Elaine Snyder, Marilyn Harsch

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Theatre production will start week of arts festivities • Service stations in Collegeville reflect national trends in current fuel shortage • Whitians name nineteen new members to group • Freshman class discusses donations, cut system • Open house policy to continue this semester • Strategy is key word in new club • Editorials: Solzhenitsyn: One man in the world; Behind the green porn • Letter to the editor: Faculty flops • Forum Review: Dr. Joseph Feldmeier • Alumni Corner: Dr. Jacob Shade • In concert: Yes, even closer to the edge • The Zodiac: Will Ursinus survive the Aquarian age? • Little known Bill of Rights, responsibilities makes its appearance after three ...


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, March 15, 1973, Charles Chambers, Joseph Van Wyk, David Ochocki, David Friedenberg, John T. Fidler, Carol Abbott, Ruthann Connell, Marilyn Harsch Mar 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, March 15, 1973, Charles Chambers, Joseph Van Wyk, David Ochocki, David Friedenberg, John T. Fidler, Carol Abbott, Ruthann Connell, Marilyn Harsch

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus Board of Directors meets in regular Spring session; Discusses tax proposals, committee reports, appointments • USGA fills vacancies; 3 new members elected • USGA secures bike racks; readies for J-Board elections • Old snack bar to be transformed by ProTheatre into acting workshop • Editorial: It depends on your point of view • Focus: David Mowere • WRUC, radio voice of Ursinus, on the air 12 hours a day • Fidler on the wax: New L.P. a delight for Traffic fans • Letters to the editor: Union head happy; Female uproar • Bearettes lose at regionals; West Chester drops Boydies • Water wonders end season


The Ursinus Weekly, March 8, 1973, Charles Chambers, Joseph Van Wyk, John Kraus, William Hafer, Judith James, John T. Fidler, Richard Whaley, Rachel Mcclain, Mark M. Borish, Nancy Frye, Ruthann Connell, Marilyn Harsch, Robert Vietri Mar 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, March 8, 1973, Charles Chambers, Joseph Van Wyk, John Kraus, William Hafer, Judith James, John T. Fidler, Richard Whaley, Rachel Mcclain, Mark M. Borish, Nancy Frye, Ruthann Connell, Marilyn Harsch, Robert Vietri

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

The new USGA council: a personal profile • Whitians accept thirteen new members for 1973 • International Relations Club to hold mock U.N. session • Mini-computers take Ursinus by storm • USGA implements procedures to strengthen Paisley security • Editorial: Secret war and peace • Faculty portrait: Professor G. Sieber Pancoast • Ursinus veterans compare military, academic life • Lantern plans contest, May issue • Festival of arts: Folk group presents concert in Union, then a workshop; Ballet exhibition given by Schuylkill Valley company; ProTheatre's three short plays well received; Arts weekend rounded out by bazaar, mixer and madrigals; Chaplin's "The Circus" delights Sunday evening crowd ...


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


The Ursinus Weekly, February 22, 1973, Charles Chambers, Joseph Van Wyk, Judith James, Gary Griffith, John T. Fidler, Nancy Frye, Mark M. Borish, Elsie Van Wagoner, Peter Seigl, Richard Whaley, Nesan Kadirgamar, Robert Vietri, Marilyn Harsch, Ruthann Connell, Robert A. Searles Feb 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, February 22, 1973, Charles Chambers, Joseph Van Wyk, Judith James, Gary Griffith, John T. Fidler, Nancy Frye, Mark M. Borish, Elsie Van Wagoner, Peter Seigl, Richard Whaley, Nesan Kadirgamar, Robert Vietri, Marilyn Harsch, Ruthann Connell, Robert A. Searles

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

USGA finally elects 1973-4 officers • Ursinus College Union opens quietly but successfully • S.F.A.R.C. discusses computer use, transcript cost, HH use, & Olevian stove • Tuition increase slated by Ursinus Board • Editorial: The Prisoners return; Looking back • Faculty portrait: Dr. John Wickersham • Afloat in the celluloid sea: The Getaway • Music review: Eric nemeyer's 19 piece jazz band makes debut • ProTheatre plans several productions and a workshop for Spring semester • Wismer's Mother Hubbard left with bare cupboard • 18 year old drinking age to be decided by courts • Letter to the editor: Praise for Chambers • Pi Nu notes active campus musicians • The Wyeth-McCoy-Hurds make painting a family affair • 1973 Bulletin has ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1973, Charles Chambers, Judith James, Joseph Van Wyk, John T. Fidler, Carol Abbott, Marilyn Harsch, Robert Vietri, Ruthann Connell, Robert A. Searles Feb 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1973, Charles Chambers, Judith James, Joseph Van Wyk, John T. Fidler, Carol Abbott, Marilyn Harsch, Robert Vietri, Ruthann Connell, Robert A. Searles

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Girls win first meet in new Elliott Pool • 1973 Arts Festival has much to offer • Student Union to open Monday, February 19 • Editorial: Monday to Thursday • First Semester Dean's List • Film review: The Philosopher king • Meistersingers plan busy Spring series • Mermaids sink Temple • U.C. hosts soccer tourney • Win some; Lose one • Bears un-hooped • Forfeits costly; Bear matmen split


The Ursinus Weekly, June 2, 1972, Candy Silver, Michael Redmond, Priscilla M. Amend, David Friedenberg, Jane Siegel, Lesa Spacek, Nina Camiel, William Hafer, Ruthann Connell, Don Mcaviney, Molly Keim, Carol Knight Jun 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, June 2, 1972, Candy Silver, Michael Redmond, Priscilla M. Amend, David Friedenberg, Jane Siegel, Lesa Spacek, Nina Camiel, William Hafer, Ruthann Connell, Don Mcaviney, Molly Keim, Carol Knight

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Campus Chest presents: You can't take it with you • New gym named Helfferich Hall • U.C. receives $100,000 grant from Kresge Foundation • Ursinus to confer 261 degrees at June 4 commencement • Ursinus suffers blackout; Transformer explodes • Scrounge Lounge opens; Provides place for chat • Editorial: The year of optimism • U.C. arts festival attracts hundreds • ProTheatre presents: Marat / Sade • President presents Ronnie Hollyman • Object d'art appears; Graces Library steps • President Pettit approves 3rd U.S.G.A. open dorm proposal • Kevin Akey elected new USGA president • Renovations: a new look for Pfahler • Ursinus Meistersingers plan 34th annual tour ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 13, 1972, Candy Silver, Geoffrey Higgins, James Cochran, Jane Siegel, Ruthann Connell, Michael Redmond Apr 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, April 13, 1972, Candy Silver, Geoffrey Higgins, James Cochran, Jane Siegel, Ruthann Connell, Michael Redmond

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

CENTURY II Program making nice progress • Three Ursinus students win chemistry awards • Dance and drama highlights for Spring Parents' Day • Amsterdam U. choir to sing at Ursinus • Lantern contest winner: Linda Mills' "Summer II" • Ursinus Aquabelles win swimming championship • Editorial: Where are they? • Focus: Don McAviney • Joseph J. Lynch • "The Graduates" • Ursinus ladies swing into Spring • Trackmen face tough season


The Ursinus Weekly, March 9, 1972, Candy Silver, Richard Fair, Lesa Spacek, Carol Seifrit, William Hafer, Priscilla M. Amend, Carol Barenblitt, James Cochran, Bob Swarr, Geoffrey Higgins, Jay C. Walter, Ruthann Connell Mar 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, March 9, 1972, Candy Silver, Richard Fair, Lesa Spacek, Carol Seifrit, William Hafer, Priscilla M. Amend, Carol Barenblitt, James Cochran, Bob Swarr, Geoffrey Higgins, Jay C. Walter, Ruthann Connell

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Protheatre readies "Marat / Sade" premiere • Mrs. Dorothy A. Towers dies; Longtime Paisley resident head • I.R.C. welcomes 120 students to M.U.N.C. on U.C. campus • Ursinus presents festival of arts • Helfferich to direct prize-winning comedy • Mr. Ehrlich judges Delaware theaters • Editorial: Open dorms: Post facto • Focus: Terry Tucker • Spotlight: Dean Geoffrey Dolman • Here's Higgins: President Pettit • Faculty portrait: Mrs. Jeanetta Bicking • New idea in painting • Administration answers • Trivia • New gymnasium to open in Fall; enhances, enriches U.C. campus • U.C. takes part in walkathon • Placement schedule • Letter to the editor • Swimmers, Snellbelles off to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1972, Candy Silver, William Hafer, Richard Fair, Sandra Wible, Barbara Jo Winans, Geoffrey Higgins, Carol Barenblitt, Carol Seifrit, Jane Siegel, Ruthann Connell, Trudy Schwenkler Mar 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1972, Candy Silver, William Hafer, Richard Fair, Sandra Wible, Barbara Jo Winans, Geoffrey Higgins, Carol Barenblitt, Carol Seifrit, Jane Siegel, Ruthann Connell, Trudy Schwenkler

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Judiciary Board holds model trial • Ursinus Protheatre presents Peter Weiss's Marat / Sade • U.C. readies plans for Model UN session • President Pettit meets with parents committee • 1972 Lorelei: A huge success • Bloodmobile comes to UC • UC reactivates Chi Alpha • Editorial: Positive asset • Focus: Rich Clark • Lantern needs maturing; criticized as child's play • "Laurels to Lorelei" • Christian Fellowship talks about Jesus • Special award presented • Administration answers • Boydies fly and Aquabears float while Snellbelles dive


The Ursinus Weekly, February 24, 1972, Candy Silver, William Hafer, Jane Siegel, Lesa Spacek, Nina Camiel, Bob Swarr, Carol Wasserman, Ruthann Connell Feb 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, February 24, 1972, Candy Silver, William Hafer, Jane Siegel, Lesa Spacek, Nina Camiel, Bob Swarr, Carol Wasserman, Ruthann Connell

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

I.R.C. plans Spring semester • Kevin Akey elected new USGA President • Sorority rushing reaches climax • WRUC-FM presents Jaime Brockett concert • Walk-a-thon planned for MDA • Bloodmobile comes to UC • Editorial: Two students • Focus: Kevin Akey • Two new faculty members added to UC community • Loralee in quest of her P.U.M. • Alumni Association of U.C. announces Spring schedule • Swimmers slice through the water • Dr. McAllister receives the Alumni Award • Ursinus Bruinettes continue to win


The Ursinus Weekly, February 17, 1972, Candy Silver, Bob Swarr, Lesa Spacek, Carol Wasserman, David Friedenberg, Carol Barenblitt, William Hafer, Ruthann Connell, Harriet Reynolds, Carolyn Fagley Feb 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, February 17, 1972, Candy Silver, Bob Swarr, Lesa Spacek, Carol Wasserman, David Friedenberg, Carol Barenblitt, William Hafer, Ruthann Connell, Harriet Reynolds, Carolyn Fagley

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

College Union reveals plans • Dr. John Jacob Heilemann, professor of physics, dies • UCC presents grant toward church goal • Lorelei 1972, Leap Year Fest • Lantern announces contest • Editorial: Dr. Heilemann • 242 students named to dean's list last semester • USGA elects new officers • Faculty portrait: Dr. John J. Heilemann • Spotlight: Dean H. Lloyd Jones • U.C. hosts two forum programs; four more scheduled for Spring • Good season for UC Bears • UC women score high • Ursinus College's Cattell honored


The Ursinus Weekly, March 20, 1969, Judy Schneider, Linda Turnage, Frederick Jacob, John S. Picconi, Jonathan Weaver, Linda Richtmyre, Michael Stoner, James Williams, Nancy Holland Mar 1969

The Ursinus Weekly, March 20, 1969, Judy Schneider, Linda Turnage, Frederick Jacob, John S. Picconi, Jonathan Weaver, Linda Richtmyre, Michael Stoner, James Williams, Nancy Holland

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Board appoints Gold new "Weekly" editor • Campus Chest to support Melmark Home and Biafra • College names Alumni Director • USGA discusses drinking; Punishment system needed • College counselors Admissions Center offer students aid • Editors' farewell • Letters to the editor • Conscription not the answer; Voluntary service best solution • Miss Cope enthusiastic about Ursinus challenge • From the Hofstra "Chronicle" • USGA notes • Womens Club plans annual card party • Emig, Novak lead USGA in new council plan • UC student recalls trials, joys of European travel • YM-YWCA officers emphasize civic aid • $500,000 grant for science building awarded to Ursinus • New building to house administrative offices • Williamson ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 6, 1969, Judy Schneider, Linda Turnage, John S. Picconi, Byron Jackson, Donald C. Estes, Jonathan Weaver, David Sears, Paul Sautter, Alan Gold, Cris Crane, Kimberly Brown, Kenneth Yorgey, Rudi Herman, Nancy Holland, James Williams, Michael Katz, Vicki Van Horn, Jonathan Rumpf Mar 1969

The Ursinus Weekly, March 6, 1969, Judy Schneider, Linda Turnage, John S. Picconi, Byron Jackson, Donald C. Estes, Jonathan Weaver, David Sears, Paul Sautter, Alan Gold, Cris Crane, Kimberly Brown, Kenneth Yorgey, Rudi Herman, Nancy Holland, James Williams, Michael Katz, Vicki Van Horn, Jonathan Rumpf

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Officers inducted; Emig emphasizes new responsibility • American dream, brotherhood highlight "Festival of the Arts" • USGA officers interviewed; Communication gap stressed • Placement interviews scheduled • 200 attend Lorelei; Fischer crowned king • Semi-formal ball highlights junior-senior weekend • Editorial: Potpourri - Or, Could this ever happen here? • State set to punish protestors; Laws threaten civil liberties • Letters to the editor • Remark • Lantern literary lapse termed "titanic bomb" • Staying out of uniform: A practical guide for the Ursinus male, part I • Whose risk? • Columnist proposes solution to UC's dearth of black students • Albright draws Fifth Dimension • Racism symposium set for March 20 with Lincoln Univ ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1967, Lawrence Romane, Mort Kersey, Chuck Broadbent, Herbert C. Smith, Loretta Wagner Mar 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1967, Lawrence Romane, Mort Kersey, Chuck Broadbent, Herbert C. Smith, Loretta Wagner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Pumpernickel Players success, Zoo Story, Sandbox postponed • Weekend social activities continue on U.C. campus: The Magnificent Men welcomed • Senior class presents "Mardi gras" • Dr. Howard receives research grant: National Science Foundation honors noted biologist • Protection from whom? • Common market: Dr. Andre Philip to speak March 8 • Editorial: Conservatives in the guise of liberals • Letter to the editor • Frosh asks for guidance to decipher "Clarkanese" • Success of Drifters to assure survival of "gutty" Agency: Meritz cites own group IF Council for comeback • With all the warts: James G. Clark • History column • Hinkle calls chapel cutdown "compromise"; Promises cultural emphasis in ...