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Helen Zia Speaks on "Views of an Asian American Feminist" • New Committee Formed to Reduce Vandalism • The 1996-1997 Freshman Class Officers • Graduate School Presentation to be Held Next Wednesday • Gilicinski addresses "The Color of Atoms" • Research Funding and Presentations • Opinions: My Kingdom for a Phone; War Cries Have Begun; Mourning Tupac Shakur; It's Not Your Fault; Are There Elections This Year?; The Ruby is Not Dead • The S.U.N. is Rising • Family Day • Test Your Strength • Let's Vacate and do Service! • Conserve, Conserve, Conserve! Using Your Energy to Save Energy • Powerful Voir Dire Presents Thought-Provoking Look at Society • Women's Soccer Has Rough Week • Bears Win Fourth in a Row • Volleyball Finds Winning Ways • Men's Soccer Falls to 3-6 • Field Hockey Nets First Win

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, football, field hockey, volleyball, soccer, Kelly Foster, Annie O'Connor, energy conservation, Family Day, Ruby, S.U.N., telephone service, pledging, student government, Helen Zia, vandalism, Andrew Gilicinski


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 19, Number 4.

Jared Rakes, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, September 30, 1996



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