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WHAT'S AHEAD FOR PARKLAND IN 78?; WPCD may go on air tomorrow morning; Staff editorial: Our new look…; Everybody resigned: Whatever happened to Stu-Go's Executive Board?; Letters to the editor: PC alumnus praises AFROTC program; Credits for classes in Colorado, Florida, Dublin, London, Paris...; ...and Germany; Government internships available in Springfield; Poet's Corner; Programs and careers: U of I visitation Feb. 3, SIU Transfer Guest Day Feb. 11, New MS degree in general engineering, EMT driving workshops at Parkland next month; PC women's workshops begin soon for non-credit; Life span planning workshop aids in charting realistic future; Teacher education under scrutiny; Work-study veterans now getting minimum wage, says VA director; IRS gives taxes do's and don'ts; Singers sought; Do it by Jan. 27; Learn to buy, grow and metric; Parkland adjusts for the inevitable changes; Medicare 7, 8 or 9: Jazz 'oldies' at U of I; Seeing-eye students are needed; Eureka College rep here; You ought to be in pictures: Judges picked in college filmmaking competition, Student photo in Kodak display, Ill. photo show and contest set; Who are the faces behind the voices; Tomorrow may be the day for Parkland's FM radio station; A popular culture approach: Women in films reflect acceptable behaviors: Sochen; Activities office has Ice Capades tickets; Classifieds; Struggling through yet another Illinois winter: Let's see now, was that 'feed a fever, starve a cold,' or 'starve...; Here are a few thoughts about savings on energy; U of I vet says cats and dogs need protection from cold, too; Fashion folk say that 'layered look' is 'in' for winter month; At least there's enough gas to go around; Don't panic, do think ahead: Ideas about our friend, the auto; Indoor track season in full gear; Sports opinion; High school basketball: Area teams gaining recognition; Intramurals head back to courts; Parkland streaks into Danville; Teams claim three tourney titles: Men take top prize at Kewanee; trip paces win over Spoon River; Cobra men triumph in own invitational; Fast Freddy Football Forecast: Upsets cause extra headaches; Bouncing Bob Basketball Bonanza; This Week's Games' Burke leads women to two wins and tournament title





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community college, student newspapers


Journalism Studies | Mass Communication

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Prospectus, January 25, 1978



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