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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
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, track team, Joe Sprague, Sue Sobolewski, lacrosse, golf, rugby, baseball, softball, tennis, Margot Kelley, Matthew Terrena, College Choir, student government, residence hall association, service day, Airband, vandalism, Elaine Fantham, Phi Alpha Psi, Medieval Sports Fest
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Restine, Stephanie; Callaghan, Emily; Grebe, John; Killeen, Sean; Reimold, Dan; Neff, Cynthia; Restine, Megan; Tessena, Kelly; Reppert, Janel; Joyce, Bradford; Cocca, Chris; Church, Jeff; Lewis-Calabrette, Lindsey; Johnson, Diane; Hoke, Erny; Wilson, Kevin; Cyrsky, Lauren; Ott, Stephanie; Shaughnessy, Fran; Patton, Susan; and Gurk, Heather W., "The Grizzly, April 11, 2000" (2000). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 465.
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