Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Student May Lose Squatting Rights, Residence Life Says • Students Peeved at Parking Problems • Freshman Class Elects Student Body Politic • UC Student Organizations Come Alive at Activities Fair • U.S. News Ranks UC High • Freshmen React: New Laptop Receives Praise, Criticism • A PANDA in Bear Country: Local Citizens Fight Against Plans for New Power Plant • In the Ad Campaign, Uber "Rocks the Vote!" • Letters to the Editor • Editorials: Cutting Education Short; Apathy Lay Dying • Are Freshmen Working Too Hard? • Opinion: Campaign 2000 Presidential Debates • Rugby Looks to Have Tons of Fun in Fifth Season • Field Hockey Still Looking for First Win • Men's Soccer: Win Over Wesley, Shut Out vs. Scranton • Women's Soccer Splits at Pepsi Cardinal Classic • Athletes of the Week: Scott Hussey; Nicole DiMascio • Bears Ground Flying Dutchmen in 39-6 Romp • XC off to Fast Start

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 25, Number 3.

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

The Grizzly, September 12, 2000



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