Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present
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Birk Launches Graphic Novel at UC • Myrin Welcomes New Library Intern • Resumania Preps Students for Job, Internship Fair • Organic Farm Names New Student Director • Ursinus Introduces Zumba Class for Students • Jablonowski Gains Experience at Academy of Natural Sciences • St. Christopher's Offers Volunteer Opportunity for UC Students • Opinion: SOPA had Right Idea, but was Misguided; Major and Minor Expo Offers Great Information • Senior Spotlight: Sean Whelan, Football • Buckley's Bears Battle Through Adversity • Ursinus Community Remembers Daniel Glover
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Aaron Birk, Jon Volkmer, John Mokonyama, career planning, Travis Maider, wellness program, St. Christopher's Hospital, Tom Jablonowski, academic majors, Sean Whelan, football, Jim Buckley, basketball, wrestling, Daniel Glover
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Kilmer, Liz; Pane, Nick; Edler, Caroline; Rutkowski, Melissa; Jobe, Lisa; Goldstein, Lauren; Hourwitz, Sara; Bollert, Sarah; Sparks, Taylor; Shin, Kyu Chul; Mahaffey, Kelsey; Godfrey, Sarah; Baker, Keith; Johnston, Matthew; and Wagner, James, "The Grizzly, February 2, 2012" (2012). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present. 851.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 36, Number 13.
Liz Kilmer and Nick Pane, editors-in-chief.