Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Excavation begun on lab facilities • Byerly discusses U.C. status for Phi Beta Kappa • Emig turns back Sayare challenge; Novak, Rozycka win in close V.P. contests • SFARC to conduct student drinking poll • Parking regulations • UC Arts Festival opens on March 7 • Only 125 attend winter IF dance • In memoriam • Kitchen experiment • On applied pressure • Letters to the editor • Forum review: "Man-sculpture relationship" born of African creations' animism • Editorial: Arts weekend, March 7-9 • St. Andrews Society grants awards for study in Scotland • SFARC considers alcohol, arrangement of rules • U.C. holds "bleed-in" • Ursinus offers graduate course • Sirens seek Lorelei dates • Print Club sponsors campus print exhibit • Bears fall to Mules after Hopkins win • Hofmaster lone victor in Delaware mauling • Gillespie takes luncheon award • Dickinson studies alternatives to college fraternity system • Contemplations

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Life Sciences building, Gayle Byerly, Phi Beta Kappa, John Emig, Mitch Sayare, Alan Novak, Marianne Rozycka, student government, Arts Festival, Mary Mendelson, alcohol, parking, Student Faculty Administration Relations Committee, Wismer dining hall, Black Student Alliance, Ladislas Segy, African sculpture, St. Andrews Society, rules and customs, Red Cross, Lorelei, Lehigh University, Philadelphia Print Club, basketball, wrestling, Dave Gillespie, Jim Hofmaster


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 68, Number 8.

Judy Schneider, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 20, 1969



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