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The Bluelight Hits a Stoplight: Kmart Files for Chapter 11 • Reinstatement of Zeta Chi Charter On Hold • Alan Morrison and Friends to Perform at Heefner Organ Recital • Opinions: Not Everyone Loves Valentine's Day; Tri Sig Strikes Back; Nowhere to Park • Wynton Marsalis is Coming to Campus! • Berman Museum: A Fun and Relaxing Alternative • When the Weather Outside is Frightful • Comparative Pricing Report: Cell Phone Plans • Spring Fashion Preview for Women • Record Breaking Results at Widener Invitational for UC Track & Field • Hussey Twins are Double Trouble • Bears Turn the Bullet in the Opposite Direction • Gymnastics Gods Shine on Johnson; Girls Set Three School Records in Second Straight Win • Men's Basketball Splits Two League Games • UC Women's Basketball Hits Three Game Winning Streak • UC Women's Lacrosse Aiming for Final Four in 2002 • Bears Swimming Claws Their way Through the Water, Falling Short to a Powerful Franklin and Marshall Team
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Antanavage, Anne '04; Harkins, Cornota; Ginty, Christine; Ewald, Sarah; Roop, Travis; Dinsmore, Quinn; Gallagher, Meg; Lambert, Katie; Gray, Kelly; Fund, Lindsey; Szarko, Fallon; Summers, Joseph; Micklos, Julie; Fitzgerald, Erin; Pellish, Greg; Trefsger, Heather M.; and Borbidge, Becky, "The Grizzly, February 7, 2002" (2002). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 506.
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