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UC Blueskies Calls for Help with Recycling • AIDS Legacy Continues in Poor Countries • Economics and Business Administration Panel Discussion Offers Students Advice on Finding Job Connections • Volunteers Wanted for NBA League Jam Session • UC Group Makes Plans for Alternative Spring Break • New California Law Enables Women to Obtain Emergency Contraceptive Pills without a Prescription • Opinions: So This is Christmas?; Family Bonding is Better than Trip to Spain; Letter of Apology • Messiah to Hit the Stage • Jazz Ensemble Keeps it Swinging • Comparative Pricing: Local Gasoline • Dougherty Finishes 123rd at Nationals • 8+6+9 = Success for UC Wrestling Team • Lady Bears Knocked off by Susquehanna • Duncan Selected as a Finalist for the Gagliardi Trophy • Captains Leading the Way to Victory for Bears Swimming • Bears Basketball Still Looking for First Win
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, basketball, swimming, Shearrod Duncan, football, Katie Dougherty, cross country, wrestling, college choir, jazz ensemble, Habitat for Humanity, birth control, AIDS, recycling, Economics and Business Administration Department
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Harkins, Cornota; Antanavage, Anne '04; Kinelski, Kristen; Almeida, Andre; Mower, Maureen; Lehman, Katie; Cicchetti, John '04; Ewald, Sarah; Scherer, Tammy; Napolitan, Sarah; Schafer, Neil; Stiles, Bill; Szarko, Fallon; Gray, Kelly; Fiero, Eric; Restine, Megan; Romascavage, Frank III; Pellish, Greg; Abreu, Christina; Ludwig, Jennifer; and Callaghan, Emily, "The Grizzly, November 29, 2001" (2001). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 502.
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