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Ann Landers at Founder's Day • Dr. Clayton Speaks on Education • An Active MSU • Elliot Speaks on Racism • Dinosaurs and Meteors • What Wismer Can Do For You • Greeks Grow With Chi Rho Psi • Top Ten Reasons Ursinus Needs a Coffeehouse • Catch of the Week • Shoulder Dancing to Depeche Mode • "Voyages to Freedom" Exhibit and the Jewish Experience in America • Messiah • In Their Own Words • Let's See How They Like It • Concert and Jazz Bands to Perform • A Push for Physically Challenged Accessibility • Who's on First? • Letters to the Editor • The Editorial Mission: Our Relationship to The Grizzly • UC Men's Basketball For '92-'93 • Senior Billitto Glad He Transferred to UC • Field Hockey '92: A Look Back • Football Ends Tough Year
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Wilusz, Tom; Compton, Erika; Leiser, Mark; Rhile, Ian; Boettcher, Audra; Moretz, Denise; Chido, Melissa; Burkhart, Jaymie; Jacobson, Sara; Starr, Sarah; Kromer, Steph; Webb, David; Mead, Heather; Richter, Richard P.; Sylvester, Ellen; Sockel, Christian P.; Eckerson, Jeff; Cosgrove, Ellen; Rubin, Harley David; Donecker, Gar; Rinehimer, Hope; MacMurray, Gretchen; and Kane, J. Houghton, "The Grizzly, November 17, 1992" (1992). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 305.
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