Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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New Student Center Planned for Wismer • Homeland Ministries Honors Landis • Class of 1994 Elects Officers • Parents Day 1990 • The Intifada: A Palestinian View • Myrin Booksale Upcoming • Welcome Class of '94 • Japanese Teacher Certification: Ursinus First in State • Bridging the Gap • They are Here! • Clark Publishes Article • Phi Alpha Psi Holds Service Project • Rushing Draws to a Close • Campus Shocker!: WVOU Works • Record Review • Current Berman • Fun Forum • Men Sweep Golden Bear Classic • Wenger Returns in Win • BWC Holds Tournament • Bears Still Can't Beat WM's Jinx • Soccer Team Soars • Women Wait for Warner • Liberals, Stop Legislating from the Bench! • Letters: Clark Calls Japanese Coverage Poor; Hafer's Mortality Statistics Disputed • Ursinus at Woods Hole • The Price of Chemistry

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 13, Number 2.

Krishni Patrick, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, September 25, 1990



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