Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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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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Hauler, Jack; Mroz, Lawrence; Cubit, Ronnie; Lange, Stephen M.; Morris, Rick; Phillips, Donna L.; Barlow, Brian; Shannon, Frank; Emmons, Wesley; Tweed, Debbie; and Dougherty, Raymond, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 28, 1978" (1978). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 85.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 77, Number 14.
Jack L. Hauler, editor.