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Student Activities Reorganized • Homecoming 1990: Student and Alumnae Festivities • LaRouche Supporter to Speak • Pledging Rules In Effect • EcBa Club Holds First Meeting • The Path to Opportunities • Ursinus Goes South of the Border • Olin Brick Explained • Esther Remembered • Homecoming Festivities • Comedy Brightens Wismer • Pennsylvania Impressionist • Acting Sports • Presenting ProTheatre • Russian Trumpeter • Soccer Team Gets It Together • Grubb's Fearless Predictions • Football Impresses • Field Hockey Rebounds • Harley's Haven • Letters: RAs Question Editorial; Congrats, Now be Quiet! • Classics: Guaranteed to Improve Your Life • Losing Traditions • Grading Our Food Service • Middleton: Man of Many Projects
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, William Middleton, pledging, sororities, fraternities, Wismer Dining Hall, resident assistants, field hockey, football, soccer, Evelyn Kousoubris, Anthony Barber, proTheatre, TheatreSports, Valery Ponomarev, Al Romas, Walter Elmer Schofield, Olin Hall, Homecoming, Economics and Business Administration Club, Douglas Cameron, Mexico City, career planning, Lewis DuPont Smith, Lyndon LaRouche, Student Activities Office, Marc Applebaum
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Patrick, Krishni; Bowers, Kathleen; Schaeur, Stacey; Castells-Talens, Antoni; Heinzinger, Chris; Jacobson, Sara; Compton, Erica; Griffin, Diane; Johnson, Terri; Bove, Louis; Shatz, Ellen; Miller, Melisa; Toleno, Brian; Gosnear, Lori; Rubin, Harley David; Moir, Dennis; Grubb, Steven; Hallinger, Mark; Casciano, Coleen; Morgan, Lewelyn; and Koser, Todd, "The Grizzly, October 9, 1990" (1990). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 260.
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