Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Fight to Save Collegeville dam Reaches Critical Point • UC to Honor Black History • Duryea, Maples in Need of Repairs, Students Say • Biology Majors Spend Break in Costa Rica • Opinions: Absolut Pathetic: Student Alcohol Abuse on Campus a Sobering, Serious Problem; Election Critical to Israel's Future; Hail to the Chief or Hail to the Thief? • Get Weekly Dose of S&M, Double "S" on Ursinus TV • Berman Exhibit Looks 'Beyond the Wall' • As Winter Roars, How to Keep the Flu Virus From Getting to You • Bears Basketball Downs Mules, Improves to 12-6 • Snell Symposium Meets with Success • Swim Team Succeeds Poolside in Spite of Loss • Gymnastics in Midst of Terrific Season

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 25, Number 14.

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

The Grizzly, February 1, 2001



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