Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Ursinus to Take its Place in the Future • Sticks and Stones: Hate Speech on Campus • Students Bug Out after Insect Invasion • Election Day: Mud Slinging and Politics • Look Back at October: Breast Cancer Month • Opinions: OCD: Harmless Passions or Medical Disorder?; Struggling with OCD, the Disorder; Finding Ways to Cope with the Parting of a Pet; Rush Limbaugh: Another Conservative Hypocrite; Pot Smoking Equals Lower Stamina?; Registering Online: An Extreme Inconvenience • Poet Comes to U.C. • Careers in Criminology and Investigation • Meet Dr. Kozusko: The New Shakespeare Professor • Perceptions of Greeks in the Media, UC • Greek Life Fifty Years Ago • Rushing: Is it for You? • Despite Loss, UC Football Team Remains Hopeful • UC XC Competes in Centennial Conference Championship • UC XC Holds 18th Annual Bear Pack Run 5K • Athletic Profile: Katie Dougherty • Women's Rugby Team Makes History • UC Soccer Updates

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 28, Number 10.

Lindsey Fund & Lauren Perotti, editors-in-chief.

The Grizzly, November 6, 2003



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