Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Anthropology added to Spring semester • Campus building program includes multi-purpose convocation hall • I.S. Council solicits for memorial fund • Students begin charity planning • Class attendance rule liberalized by faculty • Faculty member awarded N.S.F. science fellowship • Art show opens featuring space • Editorial: A call for open dorms • Black and beautiful • Far from the madding crowd • Letters to the editor • Viet Cong rest camp found in Cambodia • Psychedelic covers enclose more and better prose • Hundreds see plays by Philadelphia drama groups • SFARC report • Dean Pettit crowns Holly at Jr. Prom • Bears recover from defeat; Beat Swarthmore in overtime • Bears lose season opener against Del. • Final examination schedule

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 67, Number 7.

Herbert C. Smith, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 11, 1968



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