Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Freshman Clustering: Ideal Living or Mission Impossible? • 2 Major Additions Make Debut this Fall • UC Online Generates Digital Excitement • Fitness House Hopes to Spark Student Interest in Athletics • Fountain Near Pfahler in the Works for Next Summer • Summer in Cambridge, Paris Unforgettable • New Professor Added in Computer Science Department • Opinion: Is Cheerleading a Sport??; Campaign 2000: Eye on Education; The Lesson is in the Language: The Republican Educational Plan • Summer Concert Review: Dave Matthews Band Spectacular at the Vet • International Film Festival Set to Begin at UC • Women's Soccer Invincible at Invitational • Men Win Opener, Drop Heartbreaker • Uphill Battle Ahead for Cross Country Squad • Volleyball Team Dlgs out a Win in Virginia • Football Ranked Second in Conference Preseason Poll • Athlete of the Week: Krista Bailey • Meningitis: What UC Students Need to Know • UC Sophomore Reflects on Horrors of "Freshman Fifteen" • Rough Start for Bears' Field Hockey

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 25, Number 2.

Lauren Cyrsky & Dan Reimold, editors-in-chief.

The Grizzly, September 5, 2000



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