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The purpose survives • The magnificent Ursis Horribilis • Students' character: Who's responsible? • Alumni return to campus at night • A catalyst for alumni central • Going back to the future • "Stardusters" in the spotlight again • Ursinus College: A history of its first hundred years • Japanese students: Learning by negotiation • Yost portrait presented • Dr. Cogger retires • New faculty, staff at Ursinus • Tradition carries on • Promote Ursinus • NSF awards grant • Freshmen arrive • Campus village renovated • Forum programs scheduled • Women's Club luncheon • Friends regaled at Gurzynski roast • Weight room dedication • Angelos appointed basketball coach • Sports schedule • Class notes • Tripping the Leight fantastic • Her classroom is wild America • Marriages • Births • Deaths • Letters to the editor • Do you know where your classmates are?

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, Chuck Sherman, sycamore tree, Glenn E. Eshbach, Evening School, Carol K. Haas, V-12, Stardusters, Tohoku Gakuin University, Calvin D. Yost, Robert V. Cogger, Ray Gurzynski, Scotty Callahan, Al Angelos, basketball, Raymond Leight, Angela Russek


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Higher Education | Social History | United States History


Published as Volume 83, Number 4 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Bulletin, September 1985



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