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Sweeping Changes for Pledging • Berry 'Suspends' Campaign • Selling of a Folk Tradition • Clinton Shows Decisiveness • Plane Crashes Into White House • Campus Organizations Unite • Sororities: Disturbing the Peace or Boosting Self-Esteem? • Attention Seniors! • Ursinus Represented at Miss America Pageant • Apathy • Wismer Observations • A Personal Look at Who's Among Us • New Works at Berman • CAB Update • Jazz Group Bright Moments to Perform Saturday • Voice of Ursinus Reborn • Ellie Keeps Mail Room Running Smoothly • The Lights are on, but Nobody's Home • Program Offers Cultural Exchange • Martial Arts Club Available for Students • Taking Advantage of an Opportunity • UC Field Hockey Blanks Davis and Elkins • UC Football Impressive in Win
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Ellman, Marc; Leiser, Mark; Rinehimer, Hope; Piraino, Stephanie; Kindt, Jason; Ferragut, Erik; Blocksidge, Jayson; Plitt, Doug; Rinde, Carla; D'orsaneo, Nicole; Tucker, Colin; Davenport, Amy K.; Darby, Alicia; Schnader, Jill; Buckingham, William; Qasim, Tariq; Weingroff, Charlie; Mastrangelo, Tom; and Le, Richard, "The Grizzly, September 20, 1994" (1994). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present. 340.
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