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The Ursinus Grizzly has finished printing for the 2012-2013 school year. We will resume printing in fall 2013. You can visit our online archive for a complete collection of PDFs of this year’s issues. Check out next year’s staff by … Continue reading
UCTV’s return season recently came to a close under station general manager, Sydney Rotman, who brought the club back after a three-year absence. Her officers, talent coordinator, John Roda, and segment producer, Lindsay Flor, also played key roles. “I was … Continue reading
Across the street from Ursinus’ campus, parts of the Hunsberger Woods are undergoing detrimental erosion. A partnership between Ursinus, the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, and the Collegeville Borough is working to prevent further erosion in the 27-acre forest by building rain … Continue reading
Breakaway Student Productions annual One-Act Play Festival is set to hit the stage beginning tonight, Monday, April 22 and will be running through Wednesday April 24. The One-Act Play Festival will be in the Kaleidoscope Rehearsal Studio at 7 p.m. … Continue reading
Special one day extension: Thursday, March 21 is the last day to apply to work on The Grizzly Editorial staff in 2013-2014. The Grizzly is seeking applicants for the 2013-2014 editorial staff. Students of all majors are welcome to apply. … Continue reading
The Grizzly is seeking applicants for the 2013-2014 editorial staff. Students of all majors are welcome to apply. Interested students should send a brief email of interest and a resume to Grizzly Adviser Kirstie Hettinga by Wednesday, March 20. Open … Continue reading
Because of Spring Break, the next Grizzly will be distributed on Thursday, March 21.
Dear Friends, It is with deep sadness that I inform you of the death last evening of junior Rachel Laura Blunt. The cause of death was suicide. Rachel, known as Chell, of West Virginia, was a double major in Media … Continue reading
Last week The Grizzly experienced unprecedented reaction to an opinion piece by student John Parry. The newspaper’s website, ursinusgrizzly.com, launched in January 2012. The number of views each article gets usually ranges from 10-50. Parry’s article received more than 6,500 … Continue reading
Over the past few years, revolutions throughout multiple North African countries have grabbed the attention of the world. Popular movements among each country’s citizenry fought to depose what they considered to be an oppressive regime and, as a result, several … Continue reading