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Fire Safety on Campus • UC Tuition Series Part I: An Overview • Study Abroad in Madrid Returns • Campus Drive Removal • Upcoming RHA Events • Backed Up Your Computer Lately? • Club Spotlight: Le Cercle Francais • Seven Day Itch • The Drift Away Cafe • Main Street Walks for STD Awareness • Sigma Gamma Rho Walks for Sickle Cell Anemia • Update from Mexico • Heefner Organ Recital Series at Ursinus College • Readjusting: Tulane Students at Ursinus • Oktoberfest: An Ursinus Tradition • How do You Take Your Caffeine? • Opinions: Activities Fair Helps Students Get Involved; Face Off; Gangsta Mentality; This Year's Fringe Festival Lived Up to its Name • Just for Kicks, Lady Bears Win Six • Bears Strand Shorewomen • Breaking the Mold
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Wagner, Ali; Brooks, Bart; Landis, Kerri; Helzner, Megan; Perkins, Katie; Ritter, Cindy; Keck, Sarah; Longino, Adam; Lamson, Dan; Zouande, Salia; Olimpo, Jeffrey; Vado, Jaynine; Zweier, Lynnsey; Graham, Michael; Prahlad, Kate; High, Travis; Guardiani, Karen; Emery, Allison; Macconchie, Cecily; Fulcher, Christina; Higgins, Ashley; Gonzalez, Sonia N.; Harley, Darron; Langdon, Danielle; Pastor, Matthew; Marcheskie, Dave; and Pometto, Jonathan, "The Grizzly, September 29, 2005" (2005). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 693.
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