Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Arts Forum held; 4 foreign students featured on panel • Board OKs student members on committees; Student Senate endorses "SFARC" resolution • "Camino real" scheduled for December 6th • Mandrake concert is hit; Rock group shows profit • Editorial: Our play; The larger issue • Letters to the editor • Tradition vs. change • Herberg sees anomic moral crisis; "Fun morality" termed "other directed" • SFARC minutes • Opinion: Speaker fails to prove dilemma • Freeland Hall: "Don't let it be forgot" • Senior looks at Freeland: Can Library replace Freeland's primacy? • Search into history substantiates claim of second oldest graduate that "Freeland was everything" • Instructor asks what do students really want? • Now is the time to unite • WRUC increases wattage to allow greater service • USGA discusses Black Alliance • Students to decide on two government proposals • Pratt art show opens at Ursinus • PNE Folk Fest held; U.C. talent featured • U.C. sponsors Career Days • Howard honored for achievements • Gurzynski's men win title; Albert leads UC to championship • Soccer team edges LaSalle after losing to Haverford • Flowers win intramural crown with 6-0 victory over Sig Rho • Whatley lauds squad; predicts progress • Bears destroy Haverford; Shuman wins Maxwell Award • All Stars will visit Glassboro • Greek gleanings

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 68, Number 5.

Judy Schneider, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 2, 1968



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