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Ursinus Celebrates 125 Years of Academics • An Evaluation of the 128 Credit System • In Celebration of Black History Month: Al Eaton Brings on His One-Man Show • Ursinus Crimes Reported • Who Freed South Africa? • Guys Pledging Begins on Friday • Suite Etiquette • Senior Profile: Craig Faucher • Airband '94 • Come out and Support a U.C. Senior • Berman to Receive Preservation Grant • Woodward Exhibit on Display • Bright Moments to Perform • An Internal Compass Spinning • Eats & Seats • Wrestlers Up to 9-1 • Ursinus Gymnastics Sets New Records • Personal Interest Workshops to be Held • UC Student Almost Becomes Phillies' Biggest "Phan"
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Compton, Erika; Rinehimer, Hope; Woodruff, Michael; Leiser, Mark; Woll, Fred; Faucher, Craig; Gil, Victor; Blocksidge, Jayson; Richter, Richard P.; Epler, Tom; Boyer, Sue; Markowski, Ed; Cornell, Kristen; Ledonne, Suzanne; Rubin, Harley David; and Diamond, Jen, "The Grizzly, February 8, 1994" (1994). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 329.
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