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UC Class of '04: Welcome to a Journey of a Lifetime • Campus Security puts Safety First • Students React to Parking Fee Increase • Chemistry Course Canceled • UC Gets Wired: New Laptop Program Debuts • Opinion: What This Campus Really Needs; Tuition Rises, Why Not Scholarships?; Campaign 2000: Bush, Gore and so Much More • Making the Most of Your Ursinus Experience • Commuters are Students Too!! • Upperclassman Reflects on First Days of a New Life at UC • Finding a New Home at UC • Food for Thought: Eating Right at Wismer • Getting Involved in UC Clubs, Organizations • CIE: One Student's Perspective • UC Student to Appear on Jeopardy! • Field Hockey Team set for Breakout Season • Football Program Looks to Build on Success • Men's Soccer Program On the Rise • Women's Program Looking to Score Big • Volleyball Team Set to Kill Competition • XC Squad, After False Start, Ready to Run • No Routine Season for Cheerleading Squad • Field House Construction Behind Schedule • UC Grad Brackin Earns Post-Grad Scholarship
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Cyrsky, Lauren; Reimold, Dan; Scherer, Tammy; Godri, Danica; Grebe, John; Berg, Brian; Stern, Paul; Quinn, Patricia; Brace, Geoffery S.; Kissel, Shannon; Church, Jeff; Maroney, Padraic; Botillo, Joseph; Restine, Megan; and Beck, Meghan, "The Grizzly, August 29, 2000" (2000). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present. 469.
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