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SPEECH TEAM 11TH RANKED; National Forensics Top 20; C of C V-P, Neils predicts downtown area will change; Overcast and Snyder receive award; Co-Editors named for 1981-82; Barnes looks back on his Parkland experiences; Letters to the Editor: Student criticizes review; Classifieds; Our mistake! Stugo candidate got platform in on time; Convocations Wants You!!; Now is the time to get married; More letters to the Editor: New Stugo senator, Jackson appreciates support; Schumacher's final notes...; Trail, Hillary win in close Stugo election last week; Trail expresses gratitude for the voters; "Be kind to animals"; Japan King of bicycle road; Motocross bikes good for kids; Rogers, Gayle at Assembly Hall May 13.; Off Broadway: Dynamic, Aggressive; Gayle not living under Lorett's shadow now!; Piloting not as easy as you may think!; Drug problem is "going to get worse."; Art Thesis Exhibit disappointing; Latin may be on its way back; Parkland secretaries enjoy the good life; Model Rockets popular; RWS'S help each other; PC offers one-day driving course; Ramblin': Alender's rambles are over; Rundgren just changing with the times; Do you want hard rock...?; Frazier, Turpin part of Senior May Fest; Here's the 1981 Prospectus staff; CIRS has the info on day care; Did You Know That...Some Superstitions; 'Recent rains still not enough': Burwash; Barkstall "appalled" by Atlanta slayings: Urban League director says blacks are still discriminated against; Are we running out of natural resources?; Get out your horses for PC's Horse Show; Parkland Happenings: Spring concerts feature Irving Berlin; Awards Banquet a success!; Winning Intellectual Freedom Essay; A child's world is important throughout all stages; Dental classes named for '81-82; Final Examinations -- Spring, 1981; Cobras bow to Lake Land; Patrick to Tennessee; Softball team beats Danville; ...beat Lincoln Land three; Letter to the Sports Editor: Student upset; Walder wins final Fast Freddy; scoreboard; Baseball





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community college, student newspapers


Journalism Studies | Mass Communication

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Prospectus, May 7, 1981

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