Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Assault Attempt on Ursinus Female • Speaker Gives Business Pointers • Forced Bussing in Wismer • New Course for Comm Arts Minor • Letters to the Editor • 1984 Fraternity Pledging Ends • New Fine Arts Course Planned for Fall • In my Opinion: Pledging Should be Banned • Meistersingers Give Return Performance • UC Sponsors Science Competition • Dr. Clouser Delivers Goethe Lecture • Lift-A-Thon Raises Funds for New Equipment • Bear Blades Remain Undefeated • Housing Changes Imminent • Orchestra Presents Bach Festival • Aquabears Conclude Best Season Ever • Batsmen Victorious in Opener • Men's Lacrosse Optimistic • Track Team Looking Solid

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 6, Number 15.

Perry Romer, editor-in-chief

The Grizzly, March 23, 1984



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