Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Olin Hall Dedicated: First New Building In 20 Years • Founder's Day Celebrated • Quad Intruder Sighted • Graff Speaks on Humanities Issues • Woodall Recognized • Olin: Past and Present • Sportscaster Dabbles in Theatre • Capitol Trip a Success • A WVOU Profile: Quickdraw Throws Rap at Ursinus • Warrant: A Bunch of Sissies • Ursinus Theatre: The Changeling • Hey Bar Hoppers! • Meier Named Ursinus' New Lacrosse Coach • Soccer Ends Season with 9-11 Record • Field Hockey Finishes Season • Women Swim to Win, Men Sink • Cross-Country Team Reflects on MAC's • Volleyball Wraps-Up • Wrestlers Look to Impress • Letters: Zeta Chi Sexist?; Students Waste Money • Olin Has Great Benefits • Voting Guide • Moon Mystifies

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 13, Number 7.

Krishni Patrick, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, November 6, 1990



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