Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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USGA Calls "Do-Over" • Faculty to Prepare for Laptops • It "Happened" One Wednesday • IR Club Encourages Global Awareness, Student Involvement • Dance at UC • STAR Raises Awareness of Sexual Assault on Campus • Scholar Speaks on African Women Writers • Opinion: Free Laptops, What Could Possibly be Wrong With That?; Administration Unresponsive to Student Problem; Don't Be Too Quick to Name This Devil; Blood Lessons: How America Responds to Tragedy and Why we Don't Learn From it • Final Exam Schedule • Student Art Exhibit Opens, Prizes Awarded • Restaurant Review: The Perk, A Taste of History • Ursinus Softball Suffers Through Wild Week • Wayne Gretzky Retires • Golf Takes on Centennial Conference • Baseball Drops Two, but Remains Atop Centennial Conference • Lacrosse Reigns in Centennial Conference

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 22, Number 12.

Joanna Doyle & Erny Hoke, editors-in-chief.

The Grizzly, April 27, 1999



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