Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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U.C. Master Plan Features Art, Roads, Humanities Building • "Aggressive Couple" Sparks Conflicts and Challenges • Art Critic to Explain Sculpture • Letter: Abortion Issue's Indefinite Life • Editorial: "Silent Scream" Meets U.C. Yawn • News Notes: Effectiveness Training Course Offered; Stress Management Workshops; Who's Who at Ursinus?; Voice Workshop Offered; Enhance Self Presentation; Grammar and Writing Course • Jones Recalls Fetterolf of Yesteryear • Racich has Bears Rolling Toward MAC Riches • Bear Hoopsters Fall From First • Men Mers Rip Scranton in First Historical Meeting • Men's Track Banking on Distance and Field • Gymnasts Open Semester With Split • Soccer's Quinn a Standout • Swimmin' Women Use Off-Season Workouts to Advantage at 3-3 • Odgers Makes Grade on and off Field • Davidson Assumes Presidency of PSAHPERD • Arthur Vining Davis Foundation Offers $60,000 to Support Residential Village • Development's Randolph Introduces STAR Committee • Alderfer Takes Championship, Badminton Opens • Gall Finds the Way it is Fresh and New • Lionarons Leads Lecture • 1987 Class Chairmen Sought by Application

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 9, Number 14.

Joseph F. Pirro, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, January 30, 1987



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