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Ursinus news in brief: Fire wakes New Dorm; Muds victorious; Faculty members promoted; Ec student cited; Files accessible; Weekly to change name; Hash bash • Richter outlines proposed changes • Judiciary Board revived • Reaction to Richter "encouraging, optimistic" • Comment: The Happy days • Letters to the editor: Necessary repair?; Fletcher controversy; Curriculum force in gear; And again; Student comments; Alumni speaks; Staff member reacts • Finally an answer: a modest proposal • Top tunes • Language action group: Dubious privilege • Cub and Key present alumni • Renaissance: Changing with the seasons • Apology • Women's lacrosse cradles to Cape Cod • B-ball banquet • Muds win big • Lacrosse wrap-up • Ursinus track: 3-2 • Widener takes two • Tennis team optimistic

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Reimert Hall, fire, intramural basketball, Adele McFeeters, student records, Richard P. Richter, student life task force, Judiciary Board, Borough, Main Street safety, traffic light, Richard Fletcher, curriculum, New Language Action Group, Cub and Key, Renaissance, Akira Demura, lacrosse, basketball, baseball, tennis, track


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 77, Number 14.

Jack L. Hauler, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 28, 1978



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