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Sororities Honored for Participation in Blood Drive • Economist Speaks on Recession • Sailing on the Chesapeake • U.S.G.A. Minutes • Consider Women's Studies Next Semester • Senior Class: Please Give • Fraternity Pledging Ends • Admitted Students Reception • Precipitation Indication • Maquette Exhibit • Movie Review: Hot Shots • New Sculpture Exhibit to Open • Movie Review: My Cousin Vinny • CAB Performers Humor and Hypnotize • Touchstone Ensemble's Interpretation of "Candide" • Stop Complaining; Start Conserving • Letters: More Responses to Airband Controversy • (Sic)'em: A Concern Over Grizzly Policy • Men and Women Swimmers End Season • Derstine, Cauley at Nationals • Freshman Power and the Liberty Bell • Gymnasts Finish Season
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, gymnastics, softball, swimming, Bridget Cauley, Jenn Derstine, airband, racism, diversity, Everett M. Bailey, G. Sieber Pancoast, James Fuhrman, campus sculptures, recycling, campus security, women's studies, pledging, fraternities, fundraising, Reginald Tickell, student government, Red Cross, Alpha Sigma Nu, Tau Sigma Gamma, Herb Taylor
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Foellmer, Eric; Compton, Erika; Jacobson, Sara; White, Kristin; Woytek, Judd; Clarke, Cleary; Wilson, Pamela; Donecker, Gar; Moore, Erik; Miller, Melissa; Rawls, Annette; Sylvester, Ellen; Richter, Richard P.; Rubin, Harley David; Estelle, Dawn; McDonald, Liz; Iaconis, Dorian; Widman, Sally; and Cyr, Michael, "The Grizzly, March 24, 1992" (1992). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 293.
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