Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Dormitory Damages are Repaired and Billed Immediately • Irish Gives Advice to Those in Job Market • Dean Whatley, There is a Parking Problem!!! • Letters: End Frat Prejudice; Case of Poor Taste; Where Were You on Thursday Night?; Pledging Plagues a Few • Alcohol Policy: A Case Study in the Liberal Arts Education • Student Volunteers Making a Difference at Norristown • Gramm-Rudman Will Hit U.C. • Epps not Opposed to Proposed Alcohol Policy • Parking: Still First Come First Served • Haverford Steals Show at MAC's • Gymnasts Take Second at PAIAWs Breaking Team Scoring Record • The Lantern is Still Waiting for You • Little Known Ursinusiana • New Pipe Organ to be Installed in Bomberger • Aerobics: The Solution to Fat • Magnificent Noise • Campus Briefs: Faculty "Bowled Over" by Frontal Lobotomies; Wickersham to Speak at Classical Association; Open Dialog: "Street People are Inevitable in a Free Society"; Spanish Student Finds New Home at Ursinus • Faculty Discusses Science for the Non-Scientific • Sculpture Exhibit by Klaus Ihlenfeld

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 8, Number 17.

Joseph F. Pirro, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, February 28, 1986



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