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Administration Speaks Out About New Member Education • Rethinking Equality in America • Brought to a Grinding Halt: Reactions to NME Ban • Vending, Vending Everywhere: New Machines to Arrive for Students • Exploring the Circumcision Decision: Benefits and Risks • The Mysterious White Van: Science in Motion at Ursinus • Jasmine: For Those Willing to Spend a Buck or Two • Ursinus Hosts Award-Winning Poet • Professor Victor Brown: Making a Prominent Impact • Alumni Advice for UC Students • Opinions: The Harvard Effect: Will Ursinus Increase Financial Aid to Stay Competitive?; The "Fair Tax" • Men's Basketball 16-0 in Conference • Glory Days • National Guard Honors Ursinus Rugby Teams • Cosmic Sucker-Punch: The "Ultimate" Team

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 32, Number 17.

Heather Turnbach and Ali Wagner, editors-in-chief.

The Grizzly, February 21, 2008



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