Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Rain Dampens, But Fails to Quench, Family Day • UC Tuition Series Part 3: Financial Aid and Scholarships • All in the Timing Opens with Great Aplomb • Program Spotlight: International Film Festival • Internet Feud • Don Asher Speaks on Getting Into Grad School • Interview with "The Abercrombie Couple" • Texas Hold 'Em Wins Over Ursinus Students • Why Run When You Can Walk? • Taking Care of an Embarrassing Problem • A New Band of Brothers Comes to Ursinus • Trail Travel • A Great Halloween Costume is Right Around the Corner • Child Development Expert Lectures • Atlantic Monthly's James Fallows to Speak at Ursinus • Opinions: Look, Mom, No Hips!; Laughter is the Best Medicine; Cronyism; I Wonder How Long This One Will Last • Independent Film Producer Nadine Patterson to Speak at Ursinus • Baney Boots Bears Over Newport News • Field Hockey Ranked #1 in Nation • Women's Rugby Drenches Lebanon Valley

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 30, Number 7.

Ali Wagner and Bart Brooks, editors-in-chief.

The Grizzly, October 13, 2005



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