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STUDENTS REAPPLY; News Digest; Business manager talks about plans for PC annex; President offers best to Parkland graduates; Editor, manager positions named; Scarcity of summer jobs, but situation not hopeless; Nervous about finals? Tips offered on studying; P.C. Happenings...: Tools presented to PC students, 'College for Kids' offers 20 classes, Parkland offers supplementary, Music groups to present programs; Security head enjoys PC people; Final Examinations -- Spring, 1982; Holly O'Donnell wins Intellectual Freedom Essay Contest: Restraint makes one appreciate freedom; How can teacher aide make a difference; Course helps improve communication skills; Don't panic if IRS audits your tax bill; Mini skirts, shorts are 'in' fashion; 'A Touch of Nature': Lower photo essay wins Kennedy award; Pediatrician to talk on parenting topic; Place offers help for crisis victims; Weather perfect for Spring Out fun; Classifieds; Looking back on spring semester; Spring brings out fears as well as flowers; Hagar falls short of earlier work; Blaster's first take a trip back into fifties rockabilly; Jim Carroll's latest album: has he burned himself out?; Gun Club a winner of a group; Summer movies shaping up well; Editor reviews music happenings; Roadmaster draws crowd at Spring Out





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Prospectus, May 12, 1982



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