If you use the Unix labs on campus and you've ever run Mozilla you might have noticed that it does a number on your disk space. My .mozilla files were taking up over 5 megs — a tonne of volume considering I only have 10 MB on my CS space.
If you need to purge the files Mozilla has been accumulating, then type rm -rf .mozilla on the offending server.
"But wait!" you say. "I need to be able to surf from Unix labs!"
Check out the text browser called Lynx, available on (at least) student.math and fe06.student.cs. Just type lynx. Like pine, use the letter keys displayed at the bottom of your screen for commands (and hint: Go means enter a URL)
If this isn't good enough for you, then suck it up and delete stuff and run Mozilla.
Half-pint (very able to read livejournal at mathNEWS sans Mozilla)