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Are E-mail Messages on Ursinus Accounts Private? • Lack of Communication the Culprit in Parking Ticket Woes • From Chess to Diving: New Clubs to Make Splash at UC • 942, 944 Main Street Leave Much to be Desired • Family Day Preview: Student Achievement Takes Center Stage • Henninger and Tigget: Profiles of UC Students • Letter to the Editor • Opinion: Fun of Living Like a Freshman; How do Students Stand on Abortion?; Sink or Swim: Students React to Future Fountain; Your Body is a Temple; Campaign 2000: National Missile Defense • On "The Fringe" for Family Day • Film Society Gets 2 Thumbs Up for Movie Buffs • Volleyball Struggles to Dig Out a Win • Men's Soccer Suffers Upsets Despite Great Effort • Women's Soccer Off to Best Start Ever • Field Hockey Comes Home With First Win • Athletes of the Week: Heidi Rhodes; Kevin Mallon • UC Undiplomatic in 41-7 Drubbing of F+M
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, football, field hockey, Heidi Rhodes, Kevin Mallon, soccer, volleyball, Film Society, fringe festival, fountain, abortion, Erica Henninger, James Tiggett, email, Family Day, Main Street, dive team, Computing Services, parking
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Reimold, Dan; Cyrsky, Lauren; McLeod, Ryan; Kissel, Shannon; Noone, Tim; Cocca, Chris; Berg, Brian; Lambert, Katie; Restine, Megan; Callery, Tisha; Church, Jeff; Maroney, Padraic; Juliano, Kate; Johnson, Diane; Godri, Danica; Kline, Brandy; Quinn, Patricia; Mohl, John; and Pulsfort, Chuck, "The Grizzly, September 19, 2000" (2000). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 472.
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