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(1977 - WSBF fave released)
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*[[Wikipedia:St. Patrick's Day|St. Patrick's Day]]!
 
*[[Wikipedia:St. Patrick's Day|St. Patrick's Day]]!
*[[1977]]: Progressive art rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer releases double album "Works Volume 1", and epic 13:19 song "Pirates" gets sustained airplay on [[WSBF]].
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*[[1977]]: Progressive art rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer releases double album "Works Volume 1", and epic 13:19 song "Pirates" gets sustained airplay on [[WSBF]]. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQEqb70yW8A&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6N6JGZ1hTQ&feature=related
 
*[[1978]]: The [[Buzzard]] is published as a twenty-page edition. Done tabloid style as The National Buzzard, the front page teaser headlines are: "What Really Went Down At The Computer Center", "Special Rest-of-the Year Calendar of Campus Beauties", "Bigfoot Captured By Boring", "Homedumping Queen Attacked By Soccer Player", and "Pizza King, Hotdog Named All-ACC Dinner".  Spring break begins after classes.
 
*[[1978]]: The [[Buzzard]] is published as a twenty-page edition. Done tabloid style as The National Buzzard, the front page teaser headlines are: "What Really Went Down At The Computer Center", "Special Rest-of-the Year Calendar of Campus Beauties", "Bigfoot Captured By Boring", "Homedumping Queen Attacked By Soccer Player", and "Pizza King, Hotdog Named All-ACC Dinner".  Spring break begins after classes.
 
* [[2006]] - [[Edward Grandpre|Dr. Edward Grandpre]], assistant professor of Educational Leadership, dies at his home after a short illness.
 
* [[2006]] - [[Edward Grandpre|Dr. Edward Grandpre]], assistant professor of Educational Leadership, dies at his home after a short illness.

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