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Olin Walkway Changes the Face of Ursinus • Congressional Candidate Lewis Du Pont Smith Spurs Debate • The Minority Student Union: A Step Toward Diversity • USEAC Conference Bolsters Environmental Activism • Father Changes • Reflecting on Rosen • New Hang-out • The Replacements • Upcoming Berman • Cross Country Runs On • Soccer Wins Two • Netters Upset • Hockey Splits • Grubb Predicts Again • Football Refuses To Give Up • Letters: Complain, but Don't Steal; Positive Pledging; Wismer Food: Quick Service and Healthy Variety • A Contradiction in American Beliefs • This is America? • A Spectacular Device
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Victor Tortorelli, foreign students, homosexuality, eating disorders, Wismer Dining Hall, pledging, vandalism, cross country, soccer, volleyball, field hockey, football, Kris Wagner, Joe Kershner, Carl Rosen, Rahn's Hotel, Walter Elmer Schofield, music program, Father Eckert, campus security, Minority Student Union, Environmental Action Coalition, Olin Hall, Lewis Du Pont Smith
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Patrick, Krishni; Sockel, Christian P.; Galiger, Scott; Bowers, Kathleen; Moore, Debi; Kirkland, Paul; Yutzy, Cassandra; Compton, Erica; Johnson, Terri; Miller, Melisa; Peterson, Norm; Mitchell, Vicky; Becker, Matt; Strawbridge, Jennifer; Jacobson, Sara; Schafer, Neil; Heinzinger, Chris; Gosnear, Lori; Gabel, Dianne; Grubb, Steven; Moir, Dennis; Pandya, Naimish; Koser, Todd; Dennis, Yvette; Castells-Talens, Antoni; and Shatz, Ellyn, "The Grizzly, October 16, 1990" (1990). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present. 261.
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