Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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The 2002 Homecoming Nominees • Former White House Aide Speaks at Ursinus • New Student Art in the Library • Students Riots at the University of Oregon • First Play of the Semester to Cure the Blues • New Meal Plan Hard to Swallow • Major Workshops for Sophomore Department Events Oct. 14-25 • Everyone's Talking About the Music Man • Opinions: Family Day 2002 a Success; Ursinus and Marriage; Party Scene: UC vs. PSU Surprisingly Similar • Donald Meyer Art Exhibit in Berman Museum • Student Profile: Dana Mazzenga • Ursinus College Choir • CAB: Exciting Events for Campus • Women's Rugby Continuing to Improve • Intramural Sports Start up Again • McCarney Named C.C. Player of the Week • Dougherty Races Back on Top • Comparing Prices: Halloween Costumes • Cancer Causing Foods: What to Avoid When You're Eating • 3 Years at Ursinus

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 27, Number 7.

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

The Grizzly, October 10, 2002



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