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Dr. Sturgis retires from faculty after 40 years; Honored by alumni, Saturday • 222 seniors receive degrees at Commencement today; Dr. John Ciardi addresses class and guests • Dr. Roger Staiger given US patent • Whitians select officers • Placement Office report • UC chapter APO chosen to participate in Denver convention • Alumni seek student writers • Editorial: Contemplation • UC hosts Summer assembly: Four denominations represented • Awards presented at WAA banquet • Wagner to attend conference • Paul I. Guest, recipient of 1964 Alumni Award • Student government heads comment on year's activities • Graduation 50 years ago • Permanent class officers announced by seniors • Commencement awards and prizes • New soph rulers plan Fall customs program • Dr. D. Fortnum receives Summer chemistry grant • Greeks name IFS officers • Greek gleanings • Marsteller gets science grant at Colorado State • Library plans Summer changes: Collections expanded • Campus project underway: Bond and Miller design $1,580,000 student activities building • Chest drive totals $1,700

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Russell D. Sturgis, Placement Office, John Ciardi, Roger Staiger, Whitians, Alpha Phi Omega, Summer Assembly, Women's Athletic Association, Paul R. Wagner, Paul I. Guest, student government, Commencement, rules and customs, Donald H. Fortnum, fraternities, sororities, Walter W. Marsteller, Campus Chest, Memorial Library, Wismer Hall, Freeland Hall


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 63, Number 25.

Craig S. Hill, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, June 8, 1964



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