Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Vandalism: Running Rampant in Reimert and the Quad • UC Gets Medieval in Annual Sport Fest • PBK Lecture Informative and Hilarious • Phi Psi Educates UC Greeks on Pledging Do's and Don'ts • Students Take Center Stage at Airband 2000 • Service Day Calls UC Community to Action • Basket Bingo Allows Others to Make-a-Wish • Putting a Finger on Sexuality • RHA Behind the Scenes • Election Preview: CAB, RHA, USGA and Class Elections • Letters to the Editor • Thoughts from a Sophomore Chat: If Tuition Increases, Scholarships Must • UC Artists Unveil Photography Exhibit • The Voice of UC College Choir • Team Effort Puts UC in the Lead • Bears Quest for NCAA Tournament Continues • Softball Ranked 18th in Nation • Tennis Team Continues to Struggle • Golf Ties for Second with F&M • Track and Field Improves at Osprey Open • Sports Profiles: Joe Sprague; Sue Sobolewski

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 24, Number 10.

Stephanie Restine & Franceen Shaughnessy, editors-in-chief.

The Grizzly, April 11, 2000



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