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PARKLAND OBSERVES STRIKE; President Nixon Addresses Graduates; Kraft-Humko Report Is "Vague and Insufficient"; Letters To The Editor; Repression Of Teachers; Farris Talks About Year's Work, Events; White House Conference; Dental Hygiene Activities: Students Active In Community Programs; Ruth St. John: "Withdraw As Fast As Possible", "We Always Keep On Learning"; Students Endorse Strike; Prospectus, Senate Push Boycott; Students Speak Out On Strike; Student Strike Poll Results; Administrators Claim Parkland Not Affected By Strike; Cambodia--Another Nam?; Anti-Nixon, Cambodia Teach-In; Faculty Says Symbolic Strike Justified; Hypnosis Increasingly Popular In Medicine; Woodstock Denies Capitalism, Profit; Summer Recreation At Allerton Park; From The Office of Senator Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts; Bull Page: Article Appear In Agricultural Education Magazine, P.C. Students Wins State Speech Contest; Student Govt., College Draft Deferments, Teacher Aid Classes Have Lecturer; "Exploding Population": Blazier Lectures On Population Problem; Hopes For Control Of Contraception; Candy Store-Restaurant Ends 45 Year History





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community college, student newspapers


Journalism Studies | Mass Communication

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Prospectus, June 3, 1970



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