Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Ursinus Remembers September 11 in Silence, Art, and Prayer • Playmate and AIDS Activist Shares Story with Ursinus • UC Field Hockey Makes a Statement • What's a Watson? • Potential Students Check Out Ursinus During Red and Gold • Stealing from Zack's: A Common Practice that Hurts All • Opinion: Are the Laptops Good or Bad?; Partying: Hard Work on Campus • Get Frenzied for the Fringe • Michael Lasser: Radio Historian • Berman Museum: A Great Place to Visit • Storyteller Visits Berman • Condoms in Collegeville: Comparative Price Report • Under 21 Doesn't Mean You Can't Have Fun • Fall Fashion • Women's Soccer Bounces Back Against Eastern • Bearcox Rugby Battles Widener • Women's Lacrosse Preparing for Upcoming Season • UC Field Hockey Makes a Statement • Men's Soccer Improves Record • Buckley, Quintois Welcomed to Ursinus • Dougherty Cruises to Victory at Lebanon Valley

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 27, Number 4.

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

The Grizzly, September 19, 2002



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