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Alcohol Policy Changes Discussed • Reimert Fire Breaks Up Sorority Rush: Deliberate or Accidental Still Unknown • Faculty Evaluates Frat Pledges Performance • Economics Conference Held • U.S.G.A. Minutes • Conflict and Creativity: ProTheatre Does it Again • Is Rock and Roll Really Dead? • REM: Out of Time • The Cider House Rules, Revisited • Religious Significance of David • Plaza Suite in Wismer • Jack Spinella Named New Basketball Coach • Men's Track Falls to Hopkins • Men's Lax Goes 1 and 1 This Week • Women Run Over Muhlenberg • Softball Splits • Golf Below Par • Student Input on Alcohol Policy Inadequate • Schafer Demands Opinion • Hold on to Your Key Money? • Letters: Apathy Dialog Proposed; Sorry, Harley; Thanks, Judd!; Weakly not Weekly • The Cutting Edge of Surgery • Electron Microscope to be Purchased With Kresge Grant • Help for Chronic Fatigue Sufferers

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, alcohol policy, Reimert Hall, campus security, fraternities, sororities, pledging, Undergraduate Economics Conference, student government, proTheatre, Philadelphia Maritime Museum, Opera Company of Philadelphia, Benjamin G. Wright, Jack Spinella, basketball, track team, lacrosse, softball, golf, Olin Hall, Kresge Foundation


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 13, Number 20.

Krishni Patrick, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, April 16, 1991



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