Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Marathon Painter to Update 'Athens' • GOP Senator Tilghman Speaks in Olin • Red & Gold Recruits Experience Ursinus • S.T.A.R. to "Take Back the Night" Oct. 27th • Men and Women Unite to Break Stereotypes • Jessicas Clean House in Special Soph. Elections • State of New Jersey may be "Built Out" by 2030 • Gore Talks to Youth at Michigan Town Hall Forum on MTV • Opinions: Food Services Getting Bad Wrap; Student Supervisor says Zack's "Attack" Lacks Facts; Can one Person Make a Difference?; Gore on Guns; Social or Socialist Security?; Honesty Best Policy; Zack's Customer Speaks out in Favor of Student Eatery • Collegeville Police Chief Ready to Assist UC • UC Homecoming 2000 • UC Grad's "A16" Captures Terror, Passion of WTO Riots • Summer with Blink 182, Bad Religion • Bears' Volleyball Serves Cabrini a Shutout • X-C Runs Sub Par • Field Hockey Struggles to Go the Distance • Soccer Downs Swat with Wilkes' Hat-Trick • Lady Bears Soccer Fall to .500 Record • Out of Africa: West Nile Virus Appears in Pa. • Depression: Who's at Risk? What are the Signs? • Bears Beat Back Garnet Tide in 34-13 Victory

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 25, Number 6.

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

The Grizzly, October 3, 2000



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