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Ursinus Honored at Governor's Mansion • Sam Stretton To Speak • Glassmoyer Retires • Heefner New Board President • The Gender of Speech: A Tri-Lambda Lecture • Career Day November 6th • Forbes to Speak to Clergy • Animal Lovers Unite • Mock DWI A Hit • Student Camp Experience • "David is Great!!" • Presenting Protheatre: The Changeling • Crutcher Leads Team• Muhlenberg Falls • Swimmers Open Season at Relay Meet • Women Running To MAC's • Men Go for MAC Title • Soccer • Letters: Keep Ursinus Clean; Quad Keys Revoked?; Signs Stolen; "Security, Please Hold" • Environmentally Concerned? Get Active • Bush's Environmental Lip Service • "This Time for Real" • Nature Versus Nurture: A Step in Solving the Puzzle
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Sam Stretton, Lisa Tremper Barnes, Robert Patrick Casey, Thomas P. Glassmoyer, career planning, William F. Heefner, Donna Van Dusen, James Forbes, Omega Chi, Kristin Facciolini, Human Animal Interaction Society, Opera Company of Philadelphia, College Choir, campus security, proTheatre, cross country, swimming, football, soccer, Janet Crutcher, field hockey, Brian Thomas, recycling, George Bush, Evan Snyder
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Patrick, Krishni; Toleno, Brian; Mulholland, Joe; Moir, Dennis; Gosnear, Lori; Schafer, Neil; Jacobson, Sara; Lent, Duane; Becker, Matthew; Compton, Erica; Bowers, Kathleen; Greene, Dan; Gonnella, Bob; Toleno, Brian; Grubb, Steven; Hallinger, Mark; Simmons, Jennifer; Livingston, Tara; and Johnson, Terri, "The Grizzly, October 30, 1990" (1990). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 262.
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