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Eating in Wismer: The Crunch at Lunch • America. No Longer the Beautiful • Collegeville Police Crack Down on Ursinus Students • A New Look and New Menu at Wismer • Service Woes for Select Residents • Opinions: Wismer Bussing: A Major Problem; New Social Host Policy a Wet Blanket • International Film Festival Brings Foreign Flair to Ursinus College Campus • Review of the Restaurant La Fontana • Unconventional Fringe Fest Takes Over Philly • Like Old Movies? Then the Colonial Theater is the Place to Be • Pizza: Where's the Best Buy for Your Money? • Ursinus Webpage is Getting a Makeover • Colonization of Sigma Sigma Sigma • Duncan Breaks Record as Ursinus Downs Waynesburg • Cross Country Breezes Through LBV Invitational • Two Tough Teams Equal First Two Losses for Men's Soccer • UC Women's Volleyball Defeats Wilkes for Third Win • Bears Fall to Montclair; Tie with Widener • UC Field Hockey Takes Slap Shot • Soccer Teams Without a Home Field
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Harkins, Cornota; Antanavage, Anne '04; Dinsmore, Quinn; Tammany, Stephanie; Ewald, Sarah; Lambert, Katie; Szarko, Fallon; Ginty, Christine; Callaghan, Emily; Soto, Ava; Stiles, Bill; Kinelski, Kristin; Lehman, Katie; Borbidge, Becky; and Wehnert, Terri, "The Grizzly, September 13, 2001" (2001). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 493.
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