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Ursinus: A college with big plans • Liberal arts leavens a scientific education • In praise of science • Snyder takes Clamer chair • Faces of Homecoming • Gala launches campaign • Volunteers trained • The pattern emerges • A Fulbright, half a world away • Faculty research reaches "critical mass" • Lights, camera, action! • Ursinus a "best buy" • Sisters double the treasure • Bear facts • Women's Club disbands after 71 years • Colloquium book published • 1926 football presented to college • Phillips collection • 1915: A good year • Landis installed as campus minister • Surveys needed • French elected • Richter heads F.I.C. • Faculty dialog book • Future alumni of Ursinus • Board adds two members • Campaign for Ursinus: Questions and answers • A master in dermatology • Class notes • Lone administrator • Ursinus in California • Jean Garton honored • Marriages • Births • Deaths • Letters to the editor

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, H. Craig Heller, John W. DeWire, James Stellar, Robert Simon, Evan Snyder, David W. Ellis, Nicholas Berry, Heather Camp, Heidi Camp, swimming, William J. Phillips, Women's Club, M. Scott Landis, John French, Robert Poole III, Peter Havens, Clarence S. Livingood, Betty Haar Myers, Jean Garton, John Mauchly


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Published as Volume 84, Number 1 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Bulletin, January 1986



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