Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Reimert Hall Will Welcome Girls in the Fall • Fraternities Are Still Alive at Ursinus • Ursinus Applicants Improve • Letters: Greek Week Disappointing; Radio Offers Thanks • Drinking Age of 21 Should Not Be a Standard • Profile: Dr. Coggers Says Farewell • Greek Week's Final Results • Lacrosse Looks to Repeat Division III Title • Successful Year for Lacrosse Club • Gasser Retires • Sally Grim Shines As Star Pitcher • Griffin Worth Far More than Gold • Trackmen Head to MAC's • Stormy Baver is Pilot Behind the Plate • Golf Team Optimistic • Visit the Writing Center • 1985 Baseball Wraps it Up • 1985 Lacrosse Stats • St. Joseph's M.B.A Courses Offered at Ursinus • Open Dialog On Intervention • Area Residents Share College Memories • Shorts: Faculty Members to Retire; Open Dialog; Color Analysis Held on Campus; Evening Concert Announced; "Voices"; Art Show • Dead Kennedys • WVOU Conducts Survey • Luau on Sat. • Weekend Highlights • It Will Be a Fantasy Weekend

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 7, Number 23.

Joseph F. Pirro, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly,  May 3, 1985



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