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The 1998 Charger CD-ROM
Top Story Briefs
May 1998, Volume 1, No. 6
 Updated: June 10, 1998 
A quick description of this months top stories


Peacock team triumphs again in stock market game!
Peacock has won first or second thirteen times in the past fourteen year. Is it luck or skill?

Peacock's Cinderella was spectacular production
On Wednesday and Thursday, April 15, and 16, the Peacock Chorus put on Roger's and Hammerstein's Cinderella.

Eighth graders have their say...
Peacock's eighth graders have their say, make their choices, have their futures told.

News for May, 1998

    Peacock team triumphs again in stock market game!
  Sixth and seventh graders take whirlwind tour of D.C.
  Cool cats swing at jazz band contest
  Sewing elective stimulates students' creativity
  Earth Club takes on water pollution
  By the way...
  Peacock's Cinderella was a spectacular production
  Here's what the cast thought of Cinderella
  Crew has special perspective on Cinderella

Opinions and Editorials for May, 1998

    The Decline and Fall of Western Civilization: or, Stealing
  It was the best of times, it was the worst of time…
  Zareena offers some final fashion advice
  Immigrants vs. Intelligence?
  Advisor says thank you

Features for May, 1998

    Eighth grader goes scuba diving during spring break
  Horses + Competition = Danger! An interview with Audrea Johnson
  The Photographer, continued from March

Entertainment for May, 1998

    Angels, Outer Space and Parrots–What do these things have in common?
  Nightmare Creatures
  A fond Adieu
  City of Angels delivers an important earthly message
  Top-Ten All-Time Metal Songs
  Alternative Top Ten
  Goodbye Everyone!
  Once You Look, You Will See
  K.C. and Friends
  Some final words from eighth graders
  Eighth grade survey
  What will you do when you grow up?

Sports for May, 1998

    Peacock students rock and roll on new hockey rink
  Some track team members run for fun and some run to win
  Excitement for World Cup 98’ is building
  Eighth grader uses 100 Mile club to gain competitive edge
  The Stanley Cup Finals
  Wolves are the only bright spot in Chicago Hockey

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