Tim Holland, Lori Walsh, M. Leffler, J.F. Hacker IV, Mark Sterkel, and Chris Slack
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CELEBRATE TODAY; Letters to the Editors: Student has questions for Schumacher, Co-editor apologizes to runners, Student supports Schumacher's view; PACT discusses day care; Food, beer, fun planned for Oktoberfest; Seniors to tour Parkland next week; Stories of America will be presented October 29-Nov 1; Two-hundred help celebrate: Parkland students celebrate International Students Day today; State rep. candidates express their views; PC drama department presents its fall production; PC offers Pharmacy Technician program; Fall means football... and football means Homecoming; Handle your $$ properly; Learn to take care of you car: enroll in PC's car care course; Leardship is not shout, flout, and clout; Compunds from marine animals could cure cancer; U of I's John Dickel will talk; "Reaching Out"; Jeff Beck gives a hot, jazzy show; Marcel Marceau: the Master isn't up to par; IM football winds down: teams available for volleyball, b-ball; Career center needs guides; X-country third in invitational; PC to offer EMT refresher; Arts showcase scheduled for next week; PC Datebook; Cobras can tie for championship; Freddy's record looking better; Bench Warmer: Women's b-ball team looking for balance; Fast Freddy Contest
Lori Walsh, Julie Sharp, Charles Schumacher, Ken Ferran, Jimm Scott, Randy Pregler, and Chris Slack
"BENET'S STORIES OF AMERICA" OPENS TODAY; Parkland offeres classes at Arcola H.S.; Letters to the editor: Student claims Schumacher "one-sided"; Jazz Combo to perform; Development Program sponsors workshop; Retired trick-or-treaters still have spirit; 'Benet's Stories of America' comes to Parkland Oct. 29--tickets available; Get to your class on time- get the wake-up service; In concert Friday night: Tull: the Eddie, Ian Show; A night with Ronstadt; Springsteen's latest is called "The River"; Artists present program; "Beatlemania" hits Champagin/Urbana; Students of the world unite at Parkland's International Students Day; Allergy specialist gives speech; Ag Club sponsors pig roast Nov. 2; Classifieds; Science You Can See: Astronomy -- world's oldest science??; Cobras rounding into tourney form; Elam qualifies for national championship: Cobra harriers finish strong; IM football championship tomorrow; Key weekend for contenders; Fast Freddy Contest; B-Ball opener in the afternoon; Freddy's percentage at .638
Karen Widloski, M. Leffler, Kathy Coriell, Lori Walsh, Randy Pregler, Mark Hieftje-Conley, Mary Lee Sargent, and Chris Slack
RONALD REAGAN WINS IN LANDSLIDE; Senate sees transition; Incumbents prevail in local elections; Letters to the editors: PC's blackboards aren't black, Pig beats Choir at annual IOC Pumpkin Contest; Come One, Come All; Blood drive successful, donator's names listed; STUGO tells ORGII winners; Did You Know That...?; 'The Moonies': Manning tells all; Students prepare INTERCOM; Speech team opens season impressively; Concerts-entertaining, but pocket-picking; Science You Can See: Astronomy--world's oldest science??; Versatility is key to small radio operation; Tennis courts dedicated; You can win $500 in Art Competition; PC Datebook; Chautaqua programs offered at Parkland; Laura Wetzel discusses domestic violence--Nov. 12; 'Scary Monster' -- one of Bowie's best; What would you do if C-U faced a nuclear attack? See 'The War Game.'; PC sponsors workshop on drug abuse at the Innsbruck Lodge; Intramural Standings; Forum on arthritic hands offered; Drug abuse workshop; Classifieds; Cobras win sectional tourney: State tournament this weekend; Swags vs. Naturals in finals; 'Skins, Bears having problems; Shawn Lafferty wins second time; Fast Freddy Contest; Men's 30 and over league begins Dec. 9
Tijuana Brummet, Chris Slack, Karyn Widloski, Mark Sterkel, Randy Pregler, T. Scott Alender, and M. Leffler
WINTERTIME CAN MEAN MUCH MORE THAN SNOWDRIFTS AND STUCK CARS; Letter to the editor: Scott apologizes, Student services looking to fill positions; Cancer Society Challenge: Can you quit for a day?; Parkland Bookstore stocked with all kinds of goodies for Christmas; Burnham has new tape on Toxic Shock; Reaching Out Series discusses violence; C-U Community Theatre moves to PC; Spring Semester Course Reservation set for November 17-December 2; Classifieds; Did You Know That...?; PACT to present "Talking with Children About Death"; Student inaction reflects lack of self-interest; On The Cover: Winter--skiing, warm fires, cool drinks, and good friends; Barry Manilow awes crowd of all kinds; Commodores will prove to C-U audience they shouldn't be taken for granted; "Dirty Weekend" describes Van Halen to a tee; PCFers hear "Creation vs. Evolution"; Snyder to appear as Women's Movement leader; NFC Central up for grabs; U of I gymnastics team faces Japan All-Stars; Pi Sigma Iota to sponsor road rally; PC to host Chautauqua short courses; Spikers end season; Fast Freddy Contest; Naturals upset Swags in IM final game; Look out! this week is the toughest; Cobras face Lincoln in rare morning game; Cobras basketball: 'You won't get bored'
Cynthia Vaughan, Chris Slack, and Karyn Widloski
EX-STUGO PRESIDENT SOUNDS OFF; Hardee's celebrating official Grand Opening; PC Datebook; Chicago shopping trip planned for December 6; The Commodores enjoy their work; Classifieds; Experts talk at solar energy conference; "Marriage: The Radical Lifestyle" was first program from Parkland Newman Club; Celebration for Jewish students; Did You Know That...?; Humane Society schedules annual Christmas Bazaar; Cobras upend Lincoln in Home opener; Cobras win Invitational; Howarter wins Fast Freddy; The Steelers are back; Anda, McGarry named to state All-Tourney team; Fast Freddy Contest; IM basketball season underway
Charles Schumacher, Mark Williams, Ken Ferran, Lori Walsh, M. Leffler, Becky Easton, and Chris Slack
HAPPY THANKSGIVING; Letter to the editor: Student feels Vaughan was unjustified, New President responds; "Collapsing Church" topic of Newman Club; Do you care who is running Stugo?; PC Board approves bid for athletic fields; "The Subject Was Roses" presented November 28; UHS has Thanksgiving dinner for those with no place to go; Parkland four-game basketball stats; Thanksgiving has changed over the years; PC Datebook; Classifieds; PC people have reasons to be thankful; Parkland to present Christmas concert December 14; Did you know that...?; Students can select spring movies; Plimpton at Parkland; Easton thanks Parkland for their concern; PACT sponsors mainstreaming program; Refresher course at Burnham Dec. 2-18; Winter trends begin with Canadian air; First Snowfall And First Snow Cover Dates; Prepare for Christmastime; Defense the key in Cobra win; Freddy apologizes about mistakes: Bad week out of the way; Dominant teams establishing themselves; Fast Freddy Contest; NFL races are hot and heavy
William M. Staerkel, Randy Pregler, Sharon Wienke, Lori Walsh, Chris Slack, Sherry Ecker, T. Scott Alender, and M. Leffler
HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM PARKLAND COLLEGE; Pres. Staerkel sends greetings; Letters to the editor: Copy-editor raises questions, Volleyball coach resigns; Author of 'Paper Lion,' Plimpton lives nightmare; Construction of art gallery, remodeling planned at Parkland during new year; Star Wars, Digital Derby reflect technology in toys; Cobra men and women busy during holidays; Classifieds; Special Ed courses at Parkland next semester; Merry Christmas from the Prospectus; Sanders beats wife with poker, but life--and the soaps--go on; U of I holiday T.V., radio special to be on WCIA, WICD, and Cable; Concert Choir presents Gloria; Stroke Club to celebrate Dec. 13; Feature editor ready to 'blow this thing': Finals, deadlines just don't mix with holiday cheer; Doomsday Schedule Fall, 1980; 50¢ charge for check cashing; REO's 'Hi Infidelity' keeps pushin' on; PC Community Band to give second concert; Three new courses offered in Spring '81; Christmas time...It makes you feel like a kid again: Merry Christmas!; Memories of 1980 fall semester; Prospectus Christmas Hide-A-Word; Christmas Personals; PC holiday certificate- perfect for anyone; Christmas magic seems special to parents of young children; PSI club to raffle radio; PC to offer Year-End Tax Planning Workshop; Science You Can See: The Christmas Star: A misinterpretation?; Looks, intelligence, money matter most (?); Get in the Holiday Spirit with mouth-watering aromas; Cobras beat Belleville; PC men whip John Logan: Offense comes alive; Patience pays off as Cobras beat Richland; Women's Basketball 1980-81; Men's Basketball 1980-81; National champ remains undecided; Balanced scoring paces Cobras; Defense, Defense, Defense....; Ingrum scores 31 to pace the Cobras: Cobras end Vols win streak at 20 games; Tom Smith is this week's winner: After good start, Freddy hits major slump; Fast Freddy Contest; Bench Warmer: Cobra women even better than last year
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