Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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143 Students Call Richter / North Hall Home • Under Construction Again: Field House Floor to be Redone • Orientation 2002 a Success for Freshmen and OAs • Bridge Program Unique and Important at Ursinus • Y100 at Ursinus • Freshmen Give Three Thumbs Up to Their So-Called "Overcrowded Rooms" • Opinions: Dirty Rooms Make Move-in Extra Grungy; What's it Liked to be Named Bart?; "Enemy Combatant" Declarations: Wrong Policy for America • Bored? Get Some Brotherly Love in Your Life • Comparative Pricing Report: Snack Foods • Field Hockey Makes a Move to Centennial Conference • X-Country Boys and Girls Ranked 8th in Conference • Volleyball Jumps Out to Positive Start • Men's Soccer Regroups with New Coach • Women's Soccer go 2-0 in First Weekend of Play • Bearcock's Rugby Returns for Second Season • Football Team Prepares for big Season Opener Against Washington & Jefferson • Roller Hockey Club to Play in PCRHL • Dougherty Sets Course Record in Brian Dennis Memorial X-Country Meet

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 27, Number 2.

Ann Antanavage & Kelly Gray, editors-in-chief.

The Grizzly, September 5, 2002



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