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CELEBRATION OF WOMEN'S CREATIVITY'; letters to the editor: One student feels Tobacco chewers rate low; What is a clamato?; Corrections; Fall play coming soon; DePree to visit PC; Concert pianist gives recital at PC; PC visitation week begins this week; Italian beef sale kicks off Parkland College activities for following week; Mini-course at PC; Long Living Program hosts exercise workshop; Seminary Day starts Thursday; PC students donate 77 pints of blood in drive; Using research animals is topic of essay contest; Hottest band in the galaxy left crowd cold; Pop Quiz!; Louise Parker is valuable asset to Parkland students and faculty; Task force to be made for competency testing; 'Celebration of Women's Creativity'; Ron Taylor is Parkland's new advertising instructor; Conference for horse owners Nov. 18-19; Children have different ideas about religion; Learning Lab helps students nurses study; Evolution-- Are the apes laughing at us?; Only 'the tip of the iceberg' is encountered by W.A.R.; New cases opened by Women Against Rape; Weekly events for Krannert; Switchboard for women added; Classifieds; WPCD Top 20 for the Week of Oct. 30; Baseball season has ended, now looking to next year; Henry is new treasurer; Cobras defeat Lincoln Land; Parkland College to host the National cross country meet; Elam, Larson, lead X-country to 5th in state; Fast Freddy Contest; Freddy causes problems but wants to be tougher





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Journalism Studies | Mass Communication

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Prospectus, November 1, 1978



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