Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present
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District Attorney Speaks Out Against Hazing • The Great Re-Election Debate • Frameography: Another Fresh New Face in Collegeville • Ursinus' Honor Societies Members '00 • Religion Rules at Upsilon Phi Delta Discussion • Blues in Full Bloom at Flowers' Performance • Student Art Achievement at Ursinus College • Letter to the Editor • Softball Squad Ranked Second in the NCAA East Region • Ursinus Lacrosse Thrashes Mawrters in 21-4 Romp • Bears Swing Into First Place Over Johns Hopkins • UC Field Hockey: Building for the Future • Track Sprints Toward Conference Champs • Fisher Takes CC by Storm
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Restine, Stephanie; Reimold, Dan; Restine, Megan; Class, Rebecca; Wisnosky, Jay; Gurk, Heather W.; Grebe, John; Beadle, Michelle; Church, Jeff; Hoke, Erny; Patton, Susan; Wilson, Kevin; Owens, Luther; Fetterman, Sandy; Ott, Stephanie; and Shaughnessy, Fran, "The Grizzly, April 25, 2000" (2000). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present. 467.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 24, Number 12.
Stephanie Restine & Franceen Shaughnessy, editors-in-chief.