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Whittaker Relates Gulf Experience • Sorority Pledging Underway • U.S.E.A.C. Conference a Success • Ursinus Students Feel the Excitement of Habitat • College Tutorial Project Thrives • U.C. Welcomes New Instructors • Leadershop 1991 • U.S.G.A. Finds a Home • A Plea for Help • GN'R: Illusion ... of Good Music • State Museum Exhibits Berman Sculptures • Jane Ira Bloom Jazzes It Up • Sky Sands Strikes Ursinus • Aerobics Attack • The Tempting Temple • Field Hockey Faces Tough Times • Bears Terrorized by Western Maryland • Lady Bears Finish 4th • Bears Tee Off • Runners Get Recognition • Soccer Splits Two • Cross Country Cruises to 3rd Place • Gift to Give • Alcohol Policy Enforcement Tightens • Intellect Over Image • Wismer Whine • Healing the Wounds of the Gulf War • The Search For the Chemical Promise

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Gulf War, Sam Keen, alcohol policy, soccer, cross country, field hockey, golf, football, campus sculptures, Jane Ira Bloom, campus security, Habitat for Humanity, tutoring, student government, leadership, Paul Bashus, Patricia Gross, Margot Kelley, Jeanne Kerl, sororities, Richard Whittaker, environmental action coalition


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 14, Number 2.

Eric Foellmer, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, October 1, 1991



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