Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Limerick, Part 3, the Controversy: No Simple Solution in Sight • Students Harassed in Two Incidents • Majority of Students Choose Reagan • Editorial: Some Illuminating Self-abuse en Route to an Endorsement • Letter to the Editor • Election '84 • 3000 Alumni Return for Homecoming • News of Yesteryear: Coeds to Hold Dormitory Dawn Patrols • UC Student Attends London's Richmond College • Faculty Symposium Here Tomorrow • proTheatre Presents "A Thurber Carnival" • Shorts: E.T. Forum; PMA Offers Free Admission; H & PE Offers New Course • Career Planning and Placement Offers Services • Debaters Shine • Bears Upset National Power • Soccer Team to Visit China • Diaphragms Stop Delta Pi in Football • Soccer Wins Two, Record at 14-3 • Swimmers Look Strong • Magic Show Tonight • O'Chi's Fiftieth

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 7, Number 8.

Rosemary Wuenschel, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, November 2, 1984



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