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The Ursinus Weekly, December 9, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Stephen M. Lange, Sharon Tuberty, Lawrence Mroz Dec 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, December 9, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Stephen M. Lange, Sharon Tuberty, Lawrence Mroz

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus news in brief: Ursinus alumnus plays peace role; Union director attends conference; Dusko resigns Snack Shop position; Med student tricked south of border; Student publication fails • Dusko closes Union: March, Williams not warned • Student wages to rise • TFSL meets • Ursinus seeks advising fund • Comment: Ursinus - fact or fiction? • Letters to the editor


The Ursinus Weekly, December 2, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Sharon Tuberty, Jack Hauler, Rebecca Dunn, Stephen M. Lange, Nancy Weatherwax Dec 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, December 2, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Sharon Tuberty, Jack Hauler, Rebecca Dunn, Stephen M. Lange, Nancy Weatherwax

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

U.S.G.A. challenges Union: Circulates student petition • Ursinus news in brief: Craft, Broadbent appointed; Advance Ursinus raises $1.68 million; NSEF sponsors competition • Board approves calendar • Bio Dept. Reacts • Norristown, Curtis, Met soloists to perform • Comment • Letters to the editor • College scholars described


The Ursinus Weekly, November 23, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Robert Brancatelli, Stephen M. Lange, Lawrence Mroz, Jonathan Zap, Rick Morris, Kaaron Benson, Jennifer Bassett, Carolyn Graney, Benjamin Shapiro, Denise Davis, Christopher Duvally Nov 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, November 23, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Robert Brancatelli, Stephen M. Lange, Lawrence Mroz, Jonathan Zap, Rick Morris, Kaaron Benson, Jennifer Bassett, Carolyn Graney, Benjamin Shapiro, Denise Davis, Christopher Duvally

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus News in Brief: U.S.G.A. threatens boycott petition; Cafeteria dinner affirmed; Jessup announces computer courses; Williamson nominates two; Four elected to task force; Ursinus appliance team • Vandalism to exceed '76 totals: President's dining room vandalized • U.C. unaware of breakout: How safe is Ursinus? • Enrollments decrease • Five call for U.S.G.A. action • Comment • Letters to the editor • Movie attack: MacArthur • A view of Wismer • Burns debuts as deity • Sex and drugs • Medical credentials • Opinion: S.F.A.R.C. • Grizzly Gridiron closes at 2-7 • Women's volleyball: Wrap-up • Soccer finale • 3 & 4 end season ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 11, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Robert Brancatelli, Stephen M. Lange, Jonathan Zap, Joel Meyer, Carolyn Graney, Benjamin Shapiro, Denise Davis Nov 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, November 11, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Robert Brancatelli, Stephen M. Lange, Jonathan Zap, Joel Meyer, Carolyn Graney, Benjamin Shapiro, Denise Davis

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Task force in gear • The Medical Credentials Committee • Financial aid simplified • 16 selected for "Who's who" • After graduation • Ursinus news in brief: Ruby sellout; New Library service • Comment: Take a risk • Letters to the editor • Movie attack: Exorcist two; You light up my life; The Island of Dr. Moreau • Comment on the arts • Art and loneliness III • On killing blank space • Andy Campbell • Women's volleyball • Hockey wins • Bears edge Widener • 3 & 4 score more


The Ursinus Weekly, November 4, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Stephen M. Lange, Lawrence Mroz, John Ingeholm, Jack Hauler, Jonathan Zap, Rick Morris, Robert Brancatelli, Denise Davis, Benjamin Shapiro, Libby Williams Nov 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, November 4, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Stephen M. Lange, Lawrence Mroz, John Ingeholm, Jack Hauler, Jonathan Zap, Rick Morris, Robert Brancatelli, Denise Davis, Benjamin Shapiro, Libby Williams

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Communications conference • Union drops 13 • Alumni receive awards • Concert at Ursinus? • Founders Day held • S.F.A.R.C. meets • Comment: Ursinus and the real world • Letters to the editor • Ursinus and growth • Let's get small • Kuster on the weather • The One acts • West Chester 4, Ursinus 1 • Soccer drops two • Football drops to 2-4 • 3 & 4 drive on!


The Ursinus Weekly, October 28, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Jennifer Bassett, Jane Harris, Gilder Anne Lewis, Jonathan Zap, Robert Brancatelli, Denise Davis Oct 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, October 28, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Jennifer Bassett, Jane Harris, Gilder Anne Lewis, Jonathan Zap, Robert Brancatelli, Denise Davis

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus wins $100,000 challenge grant • Dr. Lee speaks at forum • Ursinus appoints lecturers • Tinkering with toys • Pro Theatre to present one acts • Eight chosen for task force • Movie attack: Annie Hall • Art and loneliness II • V & JV hockey news • Best paper to receive prize • 3 & 4 win more


The Ursinus Weekly, October 21, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Rick Morris, Jack Hauler, John Ingeholm, Nancy Weatherwax, Sharon Tuberty, Jonathan Zap, Donna L. Phillips, Kevin Griffin, Benjamin Shapiro, Denise Davis, Carolyn Graney, Christopher Duvally Oct 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, October 21, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Rick Morris, Jack Hauler, John Ingeholm, Nancy Weatherwax, Sharon Tuberty, Jonathan Zap, Donna L. Phillips, Kevin Griffin, Benjamin Shapiro, Denise Davis, Carolyn Graney, Christopher Duvally

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus news in brief: Espada speaks at conference; Ursinus Homecoming; Buy a slave! • Craft elected as officer • New dining style proves popular • Board to vote on calendar • Students experience new dining style • Student employment remains stable • Comment: Student involvement; On cocktail grading • Letters to the editor • 1.2 million raised: Advance Ursinus first year • The Power behind Ursinus mediocrity • Homecoming candidates • Ursinus and the first digital computer • Bears finally come out of the woods • Varsity & JV hockey • C.C. 7-1! • 3 & 4: All wins • Volleyball: Dig it! • Bears win


The Ursinus Weekly, October 5, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Sharon Tuberty, Lawrence Mroz, Stephen M. Lange, Jack Hauler, Jonathan Zap, Robert Brancatelli, Rick Morris, Kamala R. Chapman, John Ingeholm, Kevin Griffin, Keith Kemper, Denise Davis Oct 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, October 5, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Sharon Tuberty, Lawrence Mroz, Stephen M. Lange, Jack Hauler, Jonathan Zap, Robert Brancatelli, Rick Morris, Kamala R. Chapman, John Ingeholm, Kevin Griffin, Keith Kemper, Denise Davis

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus news in brief: Ursinus changes dormitory hours; Student teachers assigned positions; Counseling services discussed; Library announces new hours; Sophomores hold road rally; ProTheatre news; Union calendar of events • Ursinus slated for evaluation • New faculty welcomed • Ursinus logs acceptances • U.S.G.A. announces plans • Comment: On editorial policy; Bomberger quaked • Evening School announces innovations • Letters to the editor • Danforth announces competition • Yost retires • Movie attack: The Deep • Elvis what happened? • Art and loneliness • Ottenberg speaks at Ursinus • Paisley to exhibit art works • New Zealand trip • Varsity soccer looks strong • Lack of consistency haunts Bears • Cross country undefeated • Hockey team ...


The Independent Volume Vii No. 1, Touro College Student Government Oct 1977

The Independent Volume Vii No. 1, Touro College Student Government

Yearbooks and Newsletters

"The official publication of the Touro College Student Government."


The Ursinus Weekly, May 20, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Barbara Ann Vincent, Jonathan Zap, George Geist, Thomas J. Glorioso, Stephanie Dent, Nancy Wardell, Andrew Schwartz, Kevin Griffin, Leslie French, Carolyn Graney May 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, May 20, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Barbara Ann Vincent, Jonathan Zap, George Geist, Thomas J. Glorioso, Stephanie Dent, Nancy Wardell, Andrew Schwartz, Kevin Griffin, Leslie French, Carolyn Graney

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus news in brief: Weekly tries new printer; Chem student receives award; Top seniors honored; Music officers picked; Simon wins award; Brandt wins award; Young Republicans choose officers • Richter hails USGA proposal as "primary document" • Field hockey trip cancelled • Chapter scholars honored • Comment: Is this any way to run a school? • Letters to the editor • Dames at sea • Movie attack: Fellini's "Casanova" • Musical notes: Meistersingers tour • Parsons' book reviewed • Pi No • On curriculum • Presidential memo • Doctorates • From the cluttered desk of the USGA President • Calendar priorities • Curley wins scholarship • 14 admitted to med schools • Placement Office offers services • Check ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 28, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Cindy Shelmire, David Clift, Stephen M. Lange, Linda Bell, Thomas J. Glorioso, Jonathan Zap, Barbara Ann Vincent, Joel Meyer, Andrew Schwartz, Nancy Wardell, Benjamin Shapiro, Christopher Duvally, Casey Wagner, Gilder Anne Lewis Apr 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, April 28, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Cindy Shelmire, David Clift, Stephen M. Lange, Linda Bell, Thomas J. Glorioso, Jonathan Zap, Barbara Ann Vincent, Joel Meyer, Andrew Schwartz, Nancy Wardell, Benjamin Shapiro, Christopher Duvally, Casey Wagner, Gilder Anne Lewis

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus news in brief: Mattress team takes second; Chemistry delegates tapped; Cub & Key chooses officers; Classes elect officers; Economics Club elects officers; Library announces new hours; Pre-legal Society elections held • SFARC discusses Weekly • Meal popularity surveyed • GRE revised • Food service names liaison • Comment: After orientation, what then? • Curriculum review urged • Letters to the editor • Musical gobs • Perfection personified • Movie attack: Airport 77 • Band holds concert • Presidential memo • Weekly special: Fidel interested in assassination probe • Songfest '77 • Faculty promotions announced • More on food • Sum. Eve. School • Baseball team excites fans • Lacrosse undefeated • Tennis times • Women's tennis • Amateur boxing • Track • Golf • Correction • Mexico trip


The Ursinus Weekly, April 7, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Bonnie Dixon, George Geist, Jonathan Zap, Benjamin Shapiro, Jeffrey Stafford, Thomas J. Glorioso, John Lehman, Rick Morris, Nancy Wardell, Andrew Schwartz, Kevin Griffin Apr 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, April 7, 1977, Ann Weibezahl, Bonnie Dixon, George Geist, Jonathan Zap, Benjamin Shapiro, Jeffrey Stafford, Thomas J. Glorioso, John Lehman, Rick Morris, Nancy Wardell, Andrew Schwartz, Kevin Griffin

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus news in brief: New CCC organized; Class elections to be held; Volunteers needed at Norristown; Exec. Comm. meets with Pres.; Late examination fee cancelled; Night school requirement changed • WCC meets food service rep. • New asst. to Harris chosen • Cub and Key inducts new members • Comment: A fond farewell to a close friend; Initial optimism of a new editor • Weekly special: FBI warns of more terrorist attacks • Letters to the editor • Movie attack: Bomb renamed • A low-scale of relief • Alumni assoc. gives gift • "Dog Day afternoon" • Forum review: Horrors recalled • Meisters prepare tour • Women's basketball reaches nationals • USGA survey ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 17, 1977, Alan Stetler, Cindy Shelmire, Sharon Tuberty, Cathryn Mccarthy, Donald R. Whittaker, Kamala R. Chapman, Steven Schirk, Andrew Schwartz, Margaret Horioka, Joseph Saraco, Warren Fritz, Nancy Gross Mar 1977

The Ursinus Weekly, March 17, 1977, Alan Stetler, Cindy Shelmire, Sharon Tuberty, Cathryn Mccarthy, Donald R. Whittaker, Kamala R. Chapman, Steven Schirk, Andrew Schwartz, Margaret Horioka, Joseph Saraco, Warren Fritz, Nancy Gross

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus news in brief: SEPTA begins new bus service; Commencement speaker named; Craft to receive reform proposals; Two courses to be evaluated; Ursinus receives Gulf grant • Counseling and rules discussed • Reasons given for tuition increase • Whitians selected • Rules and customs: Four myths dispelled • Letters to the editor • Rompin' gentlemen • Are we losing freedom? • Wismer memos • Weekly special: Carter's Congressional honeymoon over • Basketball intramurals scheduled for this week • Badminton team unbeaten • Tourney report • Hire Haesler • Winning is all she knows • Can new Phils top 1976?


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 Independent Volume Vi No. Iii, Touro College Mar 1977

The Independent Volume Vi No. Iii, Touro College

Yearbooks and Newsletters

No abstract provided.


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 Independent Volume Vi No. Ii, Touro College Feb 1977

The Independent Volume Vi No. Ii, Touro College

Yearbooks and Newsletters

"An unofficial student publication of news, opinion and thought. The Independent is meant for student consumption only, and is not to used by outside agencies."


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