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The State Of Fraternity And Sorority Life In Higher Education, Shamiece A. Banks, James G. Archibald Jul 2020

The State Of Fraternity And Sorority Life In Higher Education, Shamiece A. Banks, James G. Archibald

Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs

Since the establishment of the first fraternity Phi Beta Kappa in 1776, fraternities and sororities have had a 200-year-old history on college campuses in the United States. Fraternity and sorority life has become an important opportunity for students to get involved, gain leadership skills, and develop into global citizens. Despite a long standing history, the threat on the sustainability of these organizations has increased over the years. Hazing, alcohol abuse, and negative media attention have created challenges for Greek-letter organizations. The purpose of this article is to explore the historical context of fraternity and sorority life, the issues that are ...


Program Evaluation Of Greek Showcase Events At Rowan University, Xochil R. Ramirez Aug 2019

Program Evaluation Of Greek Showcase Events At Rowan University, Xochil R. Ramirez

Theses and Dissertations

The primary focus of this study was to investigate the current practices used to meet the needs of the National Pan Hellenic Council (NPHC) and Greek Cultural Organizations Council (GCOC) within the Office of Greek Affairs (OGA) at Rowan University. The study further explored the autonomy (if any) within these councils when it comes to the planning and coordination of their significant showcase events and programming. The data analysis suggested that the organizations operate independently from one another and have a sense of autonomy which could be nourished by the practices of the Office of Greek Affairs.


Queering Black Greek-Lettered Fraternities, Masculinity And Manhood : A Queer Of Color Critique Of Institutionality In Higher Education., Antron Demel Mahoney Aug 2019

Queering Black Greek-Lettered Fraternities, Masculinity And Manhood : A Queer Of Color Critique Of Institutionality In Higher Education., Antron Demel Mahoney

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Drawing heavily on Roderick Ferguson’s (2012) theory of institutionality, this dissertation constructs a counter-historical genealogy of racialized gender in higher education and U.S. society through the formation of black Greek-lettered fraternities. Ferguson argues that with the insurgence of minority resistance globally and domestically during the mid-twentieth century, hegemonic power took a new form. Instead of rejecting minority difference, power’s new network attempted to work through and with minority difference in an effort to absorb and restrict these radical formations within state, capital and academy frameworks—producing narrow or one-dimensional minority subjectivities. Established at the turn of the ...


The Grizzly, May 9, 2019, Courtney A. Duchene, William Wehrs, Sam Isola, Johnny Myers, Thomas Bantley, David Mendelsohn, Thomas Garlick, Zack Muredda May 2019

The Grizzly, May 9, 2019, Courtney A. Duchene, William Wehrs, Sam Isola, Johnny Myers, Thomas Bantley, David Mendelsohn, Thomas Garlick, Zack Muredda

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Kingston Out, Varner in for Bear Bash • Ursinus Reacts to Symbol of Hatred • Q&A with President Blomberg • Ursinus Graduates First Wave of Education Studies Majors • Breakaway Student Productions' One Act Festival Premieres Four Student-Written Plays • Ursinus Fulbright Scholar, Jason Bennett '19, to Research Theoretical High-Energy Physics at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands • Opinions: Swarthmore Scandal Speaks to Greater Issues with Fraternity Culture; The United States Should Shorten its Work Week • Athlete Spotlight: Running Back Sam Ragland '21 • The "Thanks for a Fun Two Years" Award: You, the Fans • Bears Win Conference Championship


Greek Affiliation As A Contributing Factor To College Academic Success: A Case Study, Michaela Reuben May 2019

Greek Affiliation As A Contributing Factor To College Academic Success: A Case Study, Michaela Reuben

Capstone Projects and Master's Theses

This study explores how an individual’s college academic success can be impacted by affiliation with a Greek organization. This research analyzes how Greek-affiliated students compare academically to non-Greek students, how the bonds between an individual and their Greek organization impact the academic success of the average individual, and the methods of academic support that Greek organizations provide to its members. Henri Tajfel’s Social Identity Theory is utilized as a framework of analysis. According to this theory, individuals who identify as being a member of a group adopt the behaviors and values of the group. Because Greek organizations implement ...


Drinks, Hijinks, And Policy Change: Fraternities At Gettysburg College In The Haaland Years (1990-2004), Lindsay R. Richwine, Lindsay K. Waller Apr 2019

Drinks, Hijinks, And Policy Change: Fraternities At Gettysburg College In The Haaland Years (1990-2004), Lindsay R. Richwine, Lindsay K. Waller

Student Publications

This paper establishes what the fraternity structure was like at Gettysburg College during Gordon Haaland's presidency. Between 1990 and 2004, we explore the roaring party dynamic that was continually threatened by the administration and examine how the switch to sophomore rush tried to tame it. With testimonies from fraternity brothers during this era we try to capture the good, bad, and ugly of fraternity life. While Haaland's administration did not get ride of the fraternity system, it certainly made it safer and reigned it in significantly.


An Analysis Of Black, Latinx, Multicultural And Asian/Pacific Islander Fraternity/Sorority Organizational Values, Ashley Tull, Andrew Shaw, Brittany Barker, Taylor Sandoval Dec 2018

An Analysis Of Black, Latinx, Multicultural And Asian/Pacific Islander Fraternity/Sorority Organizational Values, Ashley Tull, Andrew Shaw, Brittany Barker, Taylor Sandoval

Journal of Multicultural Affairs

The purpose of this study was to examine the espoused values of historically Black, Latinx, Multicultural and Asian/Pacific Islander fraternity/sorority organizations. This study reports the types of values discovered, as well as their alignment with universally accepted values that included: self-enhancement, openness to change, self-transcendence and conservation. Further examination included comparisons between the espoused universally accepted values of the above-identified organizations with those of historically White fraternity/sorority organizations.


The George-Anne Nov 2018

The George-Anne

The George-Anne

No abstract provided.


The Grizzly, September 20, 2018, Johnny Myers, Madison Rodak, Kim Corona, Linda Mcintyre, Shelsea Deravil, Samantha Zubler, Kevin Leon, Gabriela Howell, Sam Rosenthal, David Mendelsohn, Courtney A. Duchene Sep 2018

The Grizzly, September 20, 2018, Johnny Myers, Madison Rodak, Kim Corona, Linda Mcintyre, Shelsea Deravil, Samantha Zubler, Kevin Leon, Gabriela Howell, Sam Rosenthal, David Mendelsohn, Courtney A. Duchene

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Changes to Faculty Parking Disgruntle Students • Berman Opens Two New Exhibits for the Fall Semester • Inclusive Community Fellowships and Grants • Healing Hurt People at the Parlee Center • Two-Legged Dog Runs Away Then Finally Finds Forever Home: Meet Deuce, Professor Scudera's Newest Dog • Help Wanted: UCARE Fall Volunteering Opportunities • Opinions: Greek Life at Ursinus is Dying; Anonymous New York Times Op-Ed is Cowardly • Football Dominates in First Three Games • UC Gymnastics has New Coach in Valenti


We Are One: A Phenomenological Study Of The Self-Perceived Experiences Of Black Students In The National Pan-Hellenic Council At A Predominately White Institution And Historically Black University In The Southeast, Loryn M. Taylor-Johnson Jul 2018

We Are One: A Phenomenological Study Of The Self-Perceived Experiences Of Black Students In The National Pan-Hellenic Council At A Predominately White Institution And Historically Black University In The Southeast, Loryn M. Taylor-Johnson

LSU Master's Theses

For the purpose of this study, the researcher examined the self-perceived experiences for Black students in the National Pan-Hellenic Council on the campus of at a Predominately White Institution (PWI) and a Historically College/Black University (HBCU) in the Southeast, specifically examining the support provided by Student Affairs professionals. After examining current literature, the researcher sought to understand students’ perception of support offered by Student Affairs professionals in Greek Life Offices.


The Grizzly, April 13, 2017, Brian Thomas, Courtney A. Duchene, Kevin Leon, Johnny Cope, Naseem Syed, Sienna Coleman, Fran Liberatoscioli, Hunter Gellman, Nick Brough, Andrew Simoncini Apr 2017

The Grizzly, April 13, 2017, Brian Thomas, Courtney A. Duchene, Kevin Leon, Johnny Cope, Naseem Syed, Sienna Coleman, Fran Liberatoscioli, Hunter Gellman, Nick Brough, Andrew Simoncini

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Renowned Photojournalist Showcases Work on Campus • Student Entrepreneurs Compete in the BEAR Innovation Competition • How Do Student Athletes Manage Both Academics and Athletics? • Student Commons Planning Advances • Speaking Out Against Injustice: How Members of the UC Community Combat Rape Culture on Campus • St. Andrew's Scholarship Recipient Looks Forward to a Full Year of Soaking Up Scottish Culture • Opinions: Dan Mullen's Success Should Inspire Graduating Students; Greek Life at Ursinus Counters National Stereotypes • Former UC Athlete Bridges the Gap Between Coaching and Administration • Where are They Now?: Two Former Ursinus Athletes Discuss Their Lives After Graduation


The Nature Of Inclusivity And Exclusivity Of Social Greek Letter Organizations On College Campuses: A Case Study, Eastern Michigan University, Casey J. Krone Jan 2017

The Nature Of Inclusivity And Exclusivity Of Social Greek Letter Organizations On College Campuses: A Case Study, Eastern Michigan University, Casey J. Krone

Master's Theses and Doctoral Dissertations

Social Greek-letter organizations have been exclusive since their inception in 1776. As an educator working with Greek-letter organizations at Eastern Michigan University, I was faced with a lack of information and needed strategies for assisting Greek-letter organizations on campus that expressed interest in being inclusive of students who identified as transgender. The purpose of this qualitative case study was to explore the role and function of social Greek-letter organizations, specifically the nature of inclusivity and exclusivity of these organizations on college campuses. Given the unique nature of Eastern Michigan University as one of the most diverse college campuses in America ...


The Grizzly, April 14, 2016, Brian Thomas, William Diciurcio, Deana Harley, Joe Iullici, Tianxing Jiang, Sarah Hojsak, Grant Nulty, Valerie Osborne, Erin Mckinney, Leighnah L. Perkins, Tyler Arsenault, Hunter Gellman Apr 2016

The Grizzly, April 14, 2016, Brian Thomas, William Diciurcio, Deana Harley, Joe Iullici, Tianxing Jiang, Sarah Hojsak, Grant Nulty, Valerie Osborne, Erin Mckinney, Leighnah L. Perkins, Tyler Arsenault, Hunter Gellman

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

White House Honors Alum Who Started Nonprofit • Greek Week Begins • "We Stand Together" Kicks Off • International Perspective: Cultural Differences Between Students • Students Explore Racial Issues Through Theater and Discussion • Passion, Pride and Protection • Making the Classroom a Place for Performance • Opinions: Minority Religions Deserve Accommodation; Choose Two: Sleep, Study or Socialize • Racket Up • Women's Golf Makes History as Men Look to Regain Stroke


Feminist Futures And Campus Changes: Dismantling Ursinus College's Greek Life, Jordan Ostrum Jan 2016

Feminist Futures And Campus Changes: Dismantling Ursinus College's Greek Life, Jordan Ostrum

Richard T. Schellhase Essay Prize in Ethics

No abstract provided.


Ua1f Wku Greek & Service Organizations Bibliography, Wku Archives Jan 2016

Ua1f Wku Greek & Service Organizations Bibliography, Wku Archives

WKU Archives Records

Bibliography of sources related to discipline, honor, Greek and service fraternities and sororities at WKU.


Newsroom, Georgia Southern University Oct 2015

Newsroom, Georgia Southern University

Newsroom

  • Pennies for Eagles raises $4,218.75 for Eagles for Eagles
  • Georgia Southern’s College of Education hosts forum on testing and educational accountability


The Grizzly, September 24, 2015, Brian Thomas, Brandon T.G. Carey, Deana Harley, Sophie Snapp, Ryan Costello, Rachel Dickinson, Maddie Mathay, Kristin G. Mcgillis, Berett C. Babrich, Daniel M. Pineda, Johnny Cope, Hunter Gellman Sep 2015

The Grizzly, September 24, 2015, Brian Thomas, Brandon T.G. Carey, Deana Harley, Sophie Snapp, Ryan Costello, Rachel Dickinson, Maddie Mathay, Kristin G. Mcgillis, Berett C. Babrich, Daniel M. Pineda, Johnny Cope, Hunter Gellman

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

CIE Professors Lend a Hand at Columbia U. • As Rush Week Ends, Greek Numbers Defy Expectations • Getting Back on Track • Healthy Addition: HEP Welcomes Rugby Coach to Faculty Lineup • Improving the Higher Education Experience • UC Student Trains Service Dog on Campus • Students Work with College Communications Office • Main Street Life: Upperclassmen Debate Housing's Pros and Cons • Opinions: "The Visit" Rates 5 / 10; Extra-curricular Options for Students • "Going Pro": Symposium on Sports Business and the Entrepreneurial Mindset Comes to Ursinus • Looking to Three-peat


Developing Socially Responsible Leadership And Social Perspective-Taking In Fraternities And Sororities: Findings From A National Study, Matthew R. Johnson, Erica L. Johnson, John P. Dugan Jul 2015

Developing Socially Responsible Leadership And Social Perspective-Taking In Fraternities And Sororities: Findings From A National Study, Matthew R. Johnson, Erica L. Johnson, John P. Dugan

Education: School of Education Faculty Publications and Other Works

Using data from the 2009 Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership, this study examines socially responsible leadership and social perspective-taking capacities disaggregated by council membership. Results show small but significant differences in developing these capacities. Implications for fraternity and sorority life professionals are discussed.


The Grizzly, April 30, 2015, Rachel Brown, Brian Thomas, Maddie Mathay, Maxwell Bicking, Phoebe French, Briana Mullan, Kristen Costello, Caitlin Tillson, Annie Rus, Jordan Ostrum, Jonathan Vander Lugt, Hunter Gellman Apr 2015

The Grizzly, April 30, 2015, Rachel Brown, Brian Thomas, Maddie Mathay, Maxwell Bicking, Phoebe French, Briana Mullan, Kristen Costello, Caitlin Tillson, Annie Rus, Jordan Ostrum, Jonathan Vander Lugt, Hunter Gellman

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

New President: S. Brock Blomberg Will Assume Ursinus Presidency in July • Katz Receives Spanish Award • UC Receives STEM Grant • Commencement Will Honor Fongs • Main Street Safety is Addressed • What's the Origin of Collegeville's Name? • Sustainability Tent Returning for Move Out Days • Ursinus' GSA Celebrates 25 Years on Campus • Breakaway Student Shows Performing This Weekend • Opinion: The Path to Safer Greek Organizations at UC; Greek Life is Destructive Across the United States • Local Alum Helps Bolster UC Softball Program • One More Goal


My Choice, My Fraternity, And My Engagement: Experiences Of White Men In Black Greek Letter Organizations (Bglo), Kourtney Prentice Gray Jan 2015

My Choice, My Fraternity, And My Engagement: Experiences Of White Men In Black Greek Letter Organizations (Bglo), Kourtney Prentice Gray

LSU Doctoral Dissertations

This qualitative study grounded in the theoretical framework and research of Alexander Astin’s Student Engagement Theory, with support from Critical Race Theory and Terrell Strayhorn’s work on Sense of Student Belonging, utilizes a methodological case-study approach with multiple units of analysis. In an effort to understand the choice, ownership, and engagement of White men who hold membership in Black Greek Letter Organizations (BGLO), this study utilized the counter-narrative tenant presented and supported by Critical Race Theory to examine the racial identity and engagement of fraternity men from a pluralistic experience. Additionally, the researcher hypothesized that there is a ...


Fraternities And Sororities: Developing A Compelling Case For Relevance In Higher Education, James Barber, Michelle M. Espino, Daniel A. Bureau Dec 2014

Fraternities And Sororities: Developing A Compelling Case For Relevance In Higher Education, James Barber, Michelle M. Espino, Daniel A. Bureau

James P. Barber

With over 60 collective years of serving the fraternal movement as fraternity/sorority members, chapter advisors, fraternity/sorority life advisors, and (inter)national fraternal leaders, we approached writing about the experiences of college students who participate in fraternities and sororities from an affirming and positive perspective. We believe these distinctive and intergenerational organizations can provide a forum for college students to create meaningful, well-rounded, and learning-oriented experiences. Deep and long-standing challenges continue to exist, but the juxtaposition of the best and worst actions of today's college students make fraternities and sororities among the most complex organizations on college campuses ...


The Grizzly, November 13, 2014, Rachel Brown, Steve Valverde, Andrew Simoncini, Yongshi Li, Brian Thomas, Sydney A. Dodson-Nease, Aliki Torrence, Olivia Z. Schultz, Jaime Bocanumenth, Jennifer Round, Dana Feigenbaum, Drae Lewis Nov 2014

The Grizzly, November 13, 2014, Rachel Brown, Steve Valverde, Andrew Simoncini, Yongshi Li, Brian Thomas, Sydney A. Dodson-Nease, Aliki Torrence, Olivia Z. Schultz, Jaime Bocanumenth, Jennifer Round, Dana Feigenbaum, Drae Lewis

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Art Department Debuts New Class • Delta Pi Becomes First Gender-Neutral Fraternity in UC History • Twin Brothers Host 5 Hour Study Marathon • Midterm Election Results • Chinese Culture Should be Shared, Not Hidden • High Prices Cause Complaints • Walking Through a Day With UC EMS • Berman Museum Timeline Installed • Feminists In Action Club Tackles the Issue of Gender Inequality • Opinion: Denial of Birth Control is Unconstitutional; Jewish Frat Vandalized • Letter to the Editor • Back-to-Back Champs • Sticking Together at Ursinus


The Grizzly, April 10, 2014, Dave Muoio, Olivia Z. Schultz, Jonathan Vander Lugt, Larissa Coyne, Caroline Sandberg, Evan Hill, Shawn Hartigan, Keon Jerry, Pat Vasturia, Courtney Stewart, Karch Connors, John Carty, Deana Harley, Austin Fox Apr 2014

The Grizzly, April 10, 2014, Dave Muoio, Olivia Z. Schultz, Jonathan Vander Lugt, Larissa Coyne, Caroline Sandberg, Evan Hill, Shawn Hartigan, Keon Jerry, Pat Vasturia, Courtney Stewart, Karch Connors, John Carty, Deana Harley, Austin Fox

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Greek Week to Wrap up on Sunday • Relay for Life Focuses on Participation This Year • Financial Aid, Interest, Preparedness in Focus as National Decline in Enrollment Continues • At CoSA, 341 Students to Present This Year • Bikeshare Kicks Off New Cycling Season • Taiko Drum and Dance Group to Perform Sold-Out Show • Student Athlete on a Mission • Opinion: Not Black Enough, Not White Enough; Using Study Drugs is Dangerous and Unfair • Northwestern Football Faces Landmark Decision • UC Quarterback Balances Biology and Starting Spot • Tough Weekend for Many UC Teams


The Grizzly, February 27, 2014, Dave Muoio, Deana Harley, Shawn Hartigan, Larissa Coyne, Evan Hill, Caroline Sandberg, Caitlin Tillson, Jonathan Vander Lugt, Keon Jerry, W. Robert Crigler, Jarrett Field '14, John Carty, Austin Fox Feb 2014

The Grizzly, February 27, 2014, Dave Muoio, Deana Harley, Shawn Hartigan, Larissa Coyne, Evan Hill, Caroline Sandberg, Caitlin Tillson, Jonathan Vander Lugt, Keon Jerry, W. Robert Crigler, Jarrett Field '14, John Carty, Austin Fox

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

Second Ricochet Production Revisits the CIE Questions • New Program Mandates Additional Community Involvement on Campus • Reception to Take Place on Final Week of Brian H. Peterson Exhibit • Woodstock to Present her Research in News Consumption Lecture • Reputation of Bomberger's Heefner Pipe Organ Growing • Jewish Studies Lectures Continue • Ursinus Alumnus Takes on the NFL • Opinion: Great Progress, But We're Not There Yet!; Straight Wealthy White Guys Deserve a Say Too • Winter Olympic Games Come to a Close • Wrestling, Women's Swimming Best in Conference


Does It Matter Where College Students Live? Differences In Satisfaction And Outcomes As A Function Of Students’ Living Arrangement And Gender, Larry D. Long Jan 2014

Does It Matter Where College Students Live? Differences In Satisfaction And Outcomes As A Function Of Students’ Living Arrangement And Gender, Larry D. Long

Larry D. Long

The purpose of this study was to compare the experiences of students residing in on-campus housing with those of students residing in fraternity/sorority housing, specifically to explore the differences in academic success, alcohol use, and perceptions of the living environment as a function of students’ living arrangement and gender. The researcher sampled 772 respondents from the aggregate results of five institutions that administered the ACUHO-I/EBI Resident Assessment and the AFA/EBI Fraternity/Sorority Assessment during the 2009—10 academic year. Differences by living arrangement and gender were tested using a rank-based factorial analysis of variance. The results revealed ...


Utilizing Reserach Methods To Evaluate And Assess Sexual Aggression And Gender Roles, Jackie D'Andrea, Dianne Timm Jun 2013

Utilizing Reserach Methods To Evaluate And Assess Sexual Aggression And Gender Roles, Jackie D'Andrea, Dianne Timm

Faculty Research & Creative Activity

The study analyzes sexual aggression according to hyper-gender roles and fraternity/sorority membership at a midsize midwestern university. The research examed whether hyper-gender roles affect an individuals sexual experience and whether fraternity and sorority communities are more likely to endorse hyper-gender roles. Key Words: Hyper-gender roles, hypermasculinity, hyperfeminity, sexual aggression, fraternities, sororities.


Utilizing Reserach Methods To Evaluate And Assess Sexual Aggression And Gender Roles, Jackie M. D'Andrea, Dianne M. Timm Jun 2013

Utilizing Reserach Methods To Evaluate And Assess Sexual Aggression And Gender Roles, Jackie M. D'Andrea, Dianne M. Timm

Dianne M Timm

The study analyzes sexual aggression according to hyper-gender roles and fraternity/sorority membership at a midsize midwestern university. The research examed whether hyper-gender roles affect an individuals sexual experience and whether fraternity and sorority communities are more likely to endorse hyper-gender roles. Key Words: Hyper-gender roles, hypermasculinity, hyperfeminity, sexual aggression, fraternities, sororities.


Utilizing Reserach Methods To Evaluate And Assess Sexual Aggression And Gender Roles, Jackie M. D'Andrea, Dianne M. Timm Jun 2013

Utilizing Reserach Methods To Evaluate And Assess Sexual Aggression And Gender Roles, Jackie M. D'Andrea, Dianne M. Timm

Faculty Research & Creative Activity

The study analyzes sexual aggression according to hyper-gender roles and fraternity/sorority membership at a midsize midwestern university. The research examed whether hyper-gender roles affect an individuals sexual experience and whether fraternity and sorority communities are more likely to endorse hyper-gender roles. Key Words: Hyper-gender roles, hypermasculinity, hyperfeminity, sexual aggression, fraternities, sororities.


A Comparative Analysis Of Fraternal Chapter Director Education Programs And Current Issues Related To Undergraduate Students, Brian-Patrick Kurisky Jan 2013

A Comparative Analysis Of Fraternal Chapter Director Education Programs And Current Issues Related To Undergraduate Students, Brian-Patrick Kurisky

Educational Foundations & Leadership Theses & Dissertations

The purpose o f this sequential, explanatory, mixed-methods study was to examine the educational program of chapter directors of national and international fraternities to determine if the content of these programsprepared chapter directors for meeting the needs of current and future chapter members. Data were gathered from NIC organizations{u2019} educational programs. Quantitative and qualitative data were gathered in two distinct phases. The first phase was a document analysis and the second phase consisted of asurvey of national/international fraternity professional staff.


The Grizzly, September 13, 2012, Jessica Orbon, Sara Sherr, Rosemary Clark, Austin Fox, Michael D'Amico, Amanda Frekot, David Marino, Chelsea Callahan, Keith Miles, Rayleen Rivera-Harbach, Christine Dobisch, Courtney Scott, Vivek Reddy, Chris Rountree, Olivia Z. Schultz, Jordan Demcher Sep 2012

The Grizzly, September 13, 2012, Jessica Orbon, Sara Sherr, Rosemary Clark, Austin Fox, Michael D'Amico, Amanda Frekot, David Marino, Chelsea Callahan, Keith Miles, Rayleen Rivera-Harbach, Christine Dobisch, Courtney Scott, Vivek Reddy, Chris Rountree, Olivia Z. Schultz, Jordan Demcher

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper

UC Remembers Lindsay Budnick • Greek Recruitment Changes • UC Fringe Returns • Film Fest to Celebrate Cultures • Bear Bucks Defined • CIE Fellows Aid CIE Students • CAB Welcomes New Executive Board and Events • Tree Planting Efforts Along the Perkiomen Creek • Opinion: New Allowances Limit SPINT Events; DNC Speakers Successfully Promote Obama • Season Preview: Women's Soccer • Coach Profile: Kelly Wakeman, Women's Soccer • Men's Soccer Goes Young for Success