Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Family Day 2000 • Taking a Seat: Prized Furniture "Borrowed" from Pfahler Hall • UC on the Internet: How Slow Can it Go • A.L.M.A. Takes Part in Annual Puerto Rican Day Parade • Construction of WWII Memorial Scheduled to Start on Veteran's Day • Opinions: 2 Thumbs Up for Theater Prof's Fringe Work; Students Fed Up with Slow Internet Service; Are UC Students for the Dems or GOP?; Premature Closings Leave Students Hungering for More; Order Forms "Subverting" the Sandwich Experience; Yugoslav Elections Spotlight Lack of Foreign Policy Debate; UC International Students Sound Off on American Politics; Are Reimert Residents Overcharged for Damages?; UC Swimming Pool: Drowning in Dust • Students Have Splash at Philly College Fair • Virtual Grad School Fair and Greater Philadelphia Techlink: Connecting Students to Their Future • Philly Fringe Festival's UC Debut a Smashing Success • Chinese Watercolors at Berman Through October • Phirst Phish Show Thrills UC Phreshman • Volleyball Spikes to .500 Overall Record • Field Hockey Grabs First League Win • Cross Country Steps Up at Messiah Invite • Lacrosse's Fall Ball to Prepare Squad for Rigors of Spring • Soccer Blown Away by Blue Jays, 7-1 • Women's Squad Falls at Feet of Diplomats • The Agony of Ecstasy: Illegal Drug Popular Among Young Adults • Cyrsky's Guide to Eating Right at UC • Green Terror Spooks Grizzlies with Field Goal in Final Seconds

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 25, Number 5.

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

The Grizzly, September 26, 2000



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