Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Make a Difference: How to Register to Vote • Computer Thefts Under Investigation • Republicans say "Yes" to Four More Years with Bush • A Costly Look at Carelessness • STAR Sponsors "One Night" • Turnpike Tolls Increase for Commuters • Insider's Tips to Undergraduate and Graduate Awards • Been to Synagogue Lately? • Safety First • Segregation by Letter? • The Pop-up Problem • UC Fringe Festival Opens Wednesday • Parking at Ursinus Robs Convenience • Opinions: Is Technology Making Life Easier or Lazier?; Life During Wartime; Lick it, Stamp it, Mail it and then Rock the Vote • 2004 Bears Football Outlook • UC Hires new Cross Country / Track & Field Coach • Now that Stanton is Gone: Men's Basketball Preview • Bearcox Preview • Olympic Games: Competitive or Controversial?

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 29, Number 2.

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

The Grizzly, September 9, 2004



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