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'Mrs. McThing' appeals to 'young and old alike'
Northern Iowan 65:26, p.4
'La Perichole' equivalent to Shaw's 'My Fair Lady'
Northern Iowan 65:21, p.4
|11/19/1968||Play preview; photo.|
La Perichole: light French comedy
Northern Iowan 65:20, p.1
|11/15/1968||Preview of play; photo.|
Montagu probes effects of violent civil disorder
Northern Iowan 65:13, p.1
|10/22/1968||Ashley Montagu spoke about civil disobedience and change in society.|
Five concentric circles part of master plan to accommodate students
Northern Iowan 65:12, p.15
|10/18/1968||Plan to accommodate future growth will be presented to Regents in November; photo.|
Upward Bound motivates non-college bound student
Northern Iowan 65:11, p.5
|10/15/1968||Profile of program designed to motivate non-college-bound high school students with the capability to succeed in higher education.|
Minority group discusses Afro-American course
Northern Iowan 65:8, p.1
|10/4/1968||Afro-American history course, integration of Price Lab School, and a possible cooperative project with a Chicago Afro-American Center were discussed.|
'Characters delightful; but plot shallow, ridiculous;' 'The Alchemist'
Northern Iowan 64:56, p.1
|5/14/1968||Review of play: "The Alchemist."|
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