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After working all night on their homecoming float. Seniors are determined to finish before the start of the parade, even if it takes all day, too. A new marquis purchased by the 1974 Positive Peer Culture Group, greeted students with a mes¬ sage of welcome. This picture of the marquis, ap¬ peared in newspapers all over the Midwest. Marty Bea gets some extra basketball practice in gym class, after all. practice makes perfect.
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Sophomores Dan Wittig and Anna Lefstem find that math classes also include learning how to use a computer. Sharing a locker isn ' t as convenient as it may seem, finds Nesrm Ansary as she watches her friends sort out " who ' s who’s”. Some students may feel this year only another year of lost books, broken lock¬ ers, smashed pop cans, pre-natal cours¬ es, missed deadlines, seven absences and lost credit; but to others this was the year of tennis championships, re¬ trieved Mohawk awards, regained open- lunch, self-scheduling, new courses, a rebuilt basketball team, and an involved student senate. Growing school spirit during the 1974-1975 year made the community around us realize the " Rock” is filled to the top with concerned young adults. This year is " a year in which the new took precedent over the old and the urge to experiment came upon us. It is a year of excitement and a feeling of be¬ longing’’ Harold Voyles, Principal
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Val Alvarenga, Rocky ' s guest from Brazil is all smiles about the American way of life - in¬ cluding English class! Rocky has undergone a change. This is the year when we open our own doors and make our own decisions. We are no longer treated as an identi¬ fication number or a part of the two- thousand and seventy-seven regis¬ tered students. We have become indi¬ viduals with responsibilities and heard opinions working with teachers and administrators on an open level. The first place winner in Senate s " Holiday Door Decorating Contest” demonstrates a Santa that twirles a basketball on his finger, and his fire place that is fully equipped with sound effects.
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