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PARKLAND'S BOOKSTORE-- IS IT RIPPING YOU OFF?; letters to the editor" One student does not want gay bars to turn into 'freak shows'; Give blood today; College Cuisine; Dec. 31 is EC fellowship application deadline; Advertising Policy; Instructors attend meeting next week; Electronics 'bugs' invited to Parkland; Gammon elected charter member; Riding club has contest; Raffle winners have last day to claim prizes; Language clubs will have dinner; Nov. 5 poetry review deadline; PC defines typical student; Taiwan students to give performance at U of I; SNAP to host guest speakers; Parkland is getting ready for hard winter; PC math contest to be Saturday, April 28; Mimes visit campus; Legal clinic is Oct. 19; Farm emergency workshop to be held on Nov. 4; Women's creativity honored; Parkland's nursing program is Gogol's first full-time job; High cost of books is common problem; DeShong attacking PC apathy; PC health service sponsors lectures; WPCD's Top 15 For The Week Of Oct. 9; Final Christmas bazaar meeting; 'I Quit Smoking' draws fifteen; PC events for the week; Battered women series part 2: Battered women face struggles; Craft media in art exhibit; Free Classifieds; Informants can profit; Family Service conducts workshop; Golf team places 20th; PC still looking for wrestlers; Paxton still undefeated; 'Spikers' ready for tourney; Intramural basketball team organizing now; B-ball meeting for girls to be tuesday; Fast Freddy Contest; Fast Freddy has a winner with three wrong answers





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community college, student newspapers


Journalism Studies | Mass Communication

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Prospectus, October 18, 1978



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