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Greeks Sponsor Easter Egg Hunt for Local Kids • New Members Inducted to Phi Beta Kappa • Ursinus Physics Professor to Run in Boston Marathon • Spring Service Day • What is Phi Beta Kappa? • Choir Performs "Carmina Burana" • The S.U.N. is Rising • Summer Fellows Program • Opinions: Environmental Wackos; Is God Weak or is God Evil?; God in the Gymnasium; An Open Letter to the Ursinus Community • proTheatre Speaks "Romance Language" • Colorful Olympic Poster Art Exhibition Opens at Berman • Dine & Act Fine Restaurant Night Offers Etiquette Lesson • Spotlight: Debbie Nolan, Dean of Students • Girls Send Hopkins Home with a Loss • Team Controls Own Destiny • Men's Team Wins Two Straight; Women's Losing Trend Continues • Knittel Wins Gettysburg Invitational • Pecovsky Wins at Shippensburg Invitational • Softball Team Keeps Winning

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 18, Number 20.

Jared Rakes, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, April 16, 1996



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