Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Berman Museum Exhibit Features Work of Sidney Quinn • Pfahler Renovations Continue • New Economics Faculty Introduced • Two Faculty Additions in English • Works From the New English Faculty • Opinion: Sculpture Cheesed; Conspiracy Theories, the Media, and Open-Minded Inquiry; A Quick Lesson in EcBa 100; The Things You Might Not Know About Ursinus • Domenick Scudera Directs proTheater's Fall Production of "Brecht on Brecht" • Biloxi Blues: At Ease and in Top Form • Despite Shaky Start, Guenther's Bears Optimistic • Women's Soccer on a Roll • Men's Soccer off to a Slow Start

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 20, Number 1 (published as Volume 21, Number 1).

Paul Guidry, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, October 1, 1997



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