Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Election 2002: Absent-Minded with Absentee Ballots • Redhat Makes Computer Connection at Ursinus • Reimert Robbers • "In Praise of Music" Presented Last Weekend • Boo from UC to You! • Don't Delete Your Future: Career Services Information • Professors Killed During Student Rampage and Suicide • Opinions: To Vote or not to Vote?; Sexual Harassment: A Problem for Ursinus Students; Sniper Caught: Will Peace be Restored? • Third Annual Poem-palooza a Success • Berman: "Social Surrealism" • Radio Talk Show Comes to Ursinus • Women's Soccer Season Better Than Record Shows • Field Hockey Finishes at the Top of Division III • Roller Hockey Opens Season • Cross Country 2002 Centennial Conference Championships • Dealing with Death: How to Cope • So You Wanna be a Bartender?

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 27, Number 9.

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

The Grizzly, November 7, 2002



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