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State Representative Speaks to the Ursinus Community • Bringing a Campus Together • Bass Voices His Views on Anti-Semitism • Opinion: Greeks Respond to Rudloff's Article; Alumna Remembers Separate Dorms; A Faculty Member's Concern on American Punishment; Interventionism as United States Policy? • The Grizzly Goes Online • French Exam No Problem for 5 UC Students • "Mother Courage" Takes the Stage • Specialty Housing News • Mike Green Speaks About A.A. • The Drawing Room Deceits • Basketball Updates • Water Polo, Anyone? • Asper, Johnson Provide Excitement at Regionals • Bears Travel to Hopkins for Playoffs • Men's Hoops Win • Another Commendable Effort by Ursinus Gymnasts

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, basketball, gymnastics, water polo, Donny Asper, Bucky Johnson, Alcoholics Anonymous, student housing, French Department, proTheatre, pledging, Charles Rice, sororities, fraternities, Anthony Hardy Williams, Leon Bass, alcohol awareness


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 20, Number 11.

Michael T. Bauer, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, February 23, 1998



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