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Part I: Interview
Pitt student becomes a Panther mascot!

Part II: Interview- Panther shares more of his game experiences

Part III Interview:
Panther enjoys life outside of the zoo


Editorial: Sharing one another's burdens

Letters to the editor guidelines

Why Pro-war v.s Pro-peace is a problem

C-side swiper's name spree II

Don't be a Charlie Brown in relationships

Mexican exchange student enters a party!

Alcohol visits many faces across lands

Complaints of loneliness can be solved


Top 25 reasons behind a candy cane

Whose birthday did I forget to celebrate this time?

Find the hidden Christmas Carols and win $25

Rhyme delivers message of Christmas


Review of Fellowship of the Ring

The movie 'HOW HIGH' is a disgrace!


Is the Resurrection of Jesus Christ just a myth or fact?


Freshman cheerleader shares experience



Find the hidden Christmas carols and win $25!

Ramesh C. Reddy
Managing Editor

The story works as a word search puzzle. All entries are due before Dec 12, 01 at C-side. Only a xeroxed copy of your answers will be accepted. You win only if you find all of them. In case of a tie, there will be a drawing.

.            John Jr says, “I lent night-vision glasses to my friend Jonny Jr”  Unfortunately, Jonny forgot to bring the glasses to school the next evening. He only remembered to bring a card deck. The halls had no lights so they all could not play cards. To make things worst, first, no elevators were working, second all the floors were really watery to walk in the dark, and finally, John could not reach his friend Gartoh Oly for help.

            Eventually, John got hold of Gartoh Oly. John calls Gartoh Oly nights now for his help. On their way back from school, John, Gartoh, and Jonny meet Angelica sitting near a nativity scene. Seeing Angelica, Gartoh was reminded of angels. “We have hear Don High, from the high school across the street who is going to talk to us about angels”, said Angelica. Angelica’s friend Emma Nu wondered where was her friend Joy.

            To the world, Joy was always a cheerful person who fell in love with the baby Jesus who now became her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Joy would always tell others about her sweet Savior so they can have joy too. Her favorite verse is Isaiah 9:6 which says, “For unto us a Child is born; for unto us a Son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder. These will be his royal titles: “Wonderful,” “Counselor,” “The Mighty God,” “The Everlasting Father,” “The Prince of  Peace.” (Isaiah 9:6, TLB)

            Angelica assured Emma that Joy will be here by saying, “She has to come Emma Nu else she knows she will miss the opportunity to see the decorating of the Nativity scene and talk to others about Jesus. Finally, Joy arrived and helped Don talk about Angels before talking about Jesus. Joy jubilantly said, “A Child was born”. “Those around her asked what child?” “Is this the child who is going to be the Savior of the world, they wondered aloud. She said, “Yeah and to honor Baby Jesus, I want to find a way in. Am  angered and disappointed at myself at times because I think of what presents I can get for Christmas without thinking what I can give Jesus for His birthday. I need to remember its His birthday. It is His birthday you all. Jesus loves you all so much. Remember the carol, “The Little Drummer Boy” where he had no money to buy Jesus a present so he gave himself and the music he could play for Jesus? I love those lyrics and am in awe. Three kings nor hundred kings can ever take the place of Jesus who is the King of kings and Lord of lords. To Jesus, do you want to come all? Ye faithfully can receive Jesus and He will never disappoint you. You will give Jesus the best present and make Him so happy. We give presents to others to remember the birth of Jesus, in the tradition of wise men who gave presents to Jesus.  The brightest star they wondered where and when it came upon. A midnight clear showed them the beautiful, brightest Star above Bethlehem, pointing towards a humble stable where baby Jesus lay in a manger. All the students sang, “Hark the Herald Angels Sing, Glory to the New born King as they learned the true meaning of Christmas, the love of  Jesus, and the reason for giving presents.


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