Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Sisters of Omega Chi Sponsor Blood Drive • Taking a Hike with the Environmental Studies Classes • World Cultures Club Encourages Campus-Wide Cultural Awareness • Gil Cook and Heather Potts Named 2001 Homecoming King and Queen • Understanding the Social Norms at Ursinus College • Ursinus Bookstore Holding Coat and Blanket Drive • Ursinus Alumna Martha Kriebel Reflects on the Unexpected Turns in Life's Path • The Economic Effects of Terrorism • Struggling to Survive: The Way of Life for Women in Afghanistan • From Mexico to Collegeville: International Exchange Student Enrique Cobarrubias • Sophomore Week: Helping Students Reach Academic Goals • Second Annual Take Back the Night Rally & March Planned for Next Week • Opinions: Lady Wismer Attacks Students Saying "Next Time, I'm Gonna Nail You!"; A Student's Battle with Smoking; New Gym is Great, not Awkward; Message of Tolerance and Peace; One Resident Complains: Loss of Interest in Special Interest Houses • Dr. David Releases his own CD • New Road Brewhouse Ready to Rock! • Scary Way to Have a Fun Fall Day • Chinese Food: The Staple of Every College Student's Diet • Can't Decide What to do after Graduation? This Online Program Will Help • Class of 2003 has a new President • Ruby's Restaurant: A Tasty Time Capsule • Give the Wismer Staff a Break: They're Working for You • Who is "Grizzly" the Bear? • Ursinus Field Hockey Takes Victory over Holy Cross • Bears Wake from Hibernation; Crush Gettysburg 31-7 • Men's Soccer Meets Gettysburg • Volleyball Wins Against Bryn Mawr and U. of the Sciences • XC Cleans up at Lehigh University • Barth Becomes Record-holder for Points • Field Hockey Changing NCAA Division • Women's Soccer Rocks the House

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 26, Number 7.

Ann Antanavage & Cornota Harkins, editors-in-chief.

The Grizzly, October 18, 2001



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