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Snyder Holds New Chair of Physics • Internships Problematic, but Necessary • Founder's Day Filled with Science • Letters: The Good and Bad of Security • Science Makes its Stand in Liberal Arts Programs • In Search of Success: Jackson • Parsons Adds a Touch of Dutch Country • Playing Red/Gold in Recruitment • Freshman Urged to Begin Career Planning • Key Issues • Booters Play the Bridesmaid Again • Lady Bears Off to ECAC for Another Time • Bad Luck Strikes the Grizzlies • Box Lacrosse Popularity Grows • Successful Search for Liberal Arts Students • The Stand • Athlete of the Week • Education Department Offers Teaching Internship
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Evan S. Snyder, internships, Founders Day, security, Lawrence Jackson, William Parsons, Pennsylvania German, student recruitment, football, Carla Rinde, Cub and Key Society, field hockey, soccer, lacrosse, Career Planning and Placement, The Stand, Brian McCloskey, education department, AIDS
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Pirro, Joseph F.; Nitschmann, Cindy; Deskins, Mariellen; Kane, David M.; Richter, Richard P.; Young, Liz; Wallace, Rita; Cyr, Katie; Griffiths, Jill; Theurer, Jill; Brewster, Roger; Camp, Heather; Antenucci, Maryann; Morris, Beth; and Brown, Tom, "The Grizzly, November 8, 1985" (1985). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 151.
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