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Exploring Faculty/Student Research Opportunities • Dean Muench: An Expert on RA Supervision • Letters: No More "Roving Reporter" Complaints, Please; J. Board Decision Not Seen as Fair; Campus Social Life Taking a Left Turn • Editorial: Discontent is in the Air • In Search of Success: Vanessa Embarks on her Career • Liberal Arts and Science to be Discussed on Founder's Day • Loss to Penn State Works Against the Bears • Grizzlies Prepare for Make or Break Game vs. Mules • Harriers Race Into Autumn • Philadelphia Sports: Frustrating Times • Soccer Team Ties a Few • Athlete of the Week: Steve Coulter • College Campaign Launched • Tuition: An Ever-Increasing Problem • Exercise to Release Stress • Medical Schools Suffering • Ursinus Aid to Mexico • Alcohol and Advertising • Open Dialog Interaction: Jerry Falwell in Politics; Protecting America • Natural Science Perspectives • New Course Offerings: Argument and Debate; East Asian Literature and Politics • Reimert Task Force Means Law and Order, of Course

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, research program, Hildie Muench, resident assistants, Vanessa Van der Gaag, John Dewire, H. Craig Heller, Robert Simon, James R. Stellar, football, field hockey, cross country, soccer, Steve Coulter, fundraising, tuition, Mexican aid, Jean Kilbourne, interdivisional studies, Jerry Falwell, East Asian studies, Reimert Hall


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

Joseph F. Pirro, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, November 1, 1985



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