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1 You matter at UNI week
Schafbuch--Aubrey (Student--2022)
Northern Iowan 119:36, p.04
2/13/2023 You Matter At UNI week is put on by the Student Health & Well-being Coordinator and UNI Counseling Center and will be held February 27-March 3, 2023. Aubrey Schafbuch interviews students and staff who explain the importance of this week and lists out the events and how students can get involved; photo.
2 Petersen finishing career at home
Olson--Mackenzie (Student--2022; Guest Writer), Junge--Jordan (Student--2022)
Northern Iowan 119:26, p.06
12/1/2022 Mackenzie Olson interviews volleyball player Sydney Petersen on her experience playing for the Texas Longhorns and spending her last year of eligibility at UNI; photo.
3 Braley's journey from the NI to today
Warrington--David (Student--2020), Junge--Jordan (Student--2022)
Northern Iowan 119:21, p.10
11/7/2022 David Warrington interviews Eric Braley about his time as a student at Northern Iowan and how that job impacted his life and set him on the path to end up teaching for 18 years at UNI; photo.
4 Board of Regents meets in Cedar Falls
Benitez--Nixson (Class of 2023)
Northern Iowan 119:8, p.01
9/22/2022 Nixson Benitez reports on the prepared budget for UNI this upcoming year approved by the Iowa Board of Regents. About $34 million will go towards building renovations; photo.
5 Two Panthers compete in Tokyo Paralympics
Warrington--David (Student--2020)
Northern Iowan 118:3, p.6
9/2/2021 Two Panthers, alum Jessica Heims and current student Erin Kerkhoff, compete at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics. Heims competed in the discus and Kerkhoff competed in the 100-meter and 400-meter dash; photo.
6 The value of sports and teamwork
Horning--Colin (Class of 2022), Lafoe--Will (Student--2019)
Northern Iowan 116:16, p.03
10/24/2019 Opinion Columnist Colin Horning writes about the benefits that sports have on building teamwork. He argues that this teamwork could be transitioned into the larger world and is a valuable life lesson. He also argues that sports help create challenges and can teach us that the challenges are beatable. He also points out that sports unifies people together for a cause; photo.
7 Nook's State of the University Address
Dausener--Josua (Student--2017), Davis--Kirby (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:8, p.01
9/21/2017 UNI President, Mark Nook, gives his first annual State of the University Address. Nook talks about the state of our athletic and education departments, as well as the budget cuts from the State; photo.
8 Which teams will surprise in 2015? A bandwagoner's guide
Dengler--Sean Henry (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 111:47, p.9
4/6/2015 Student Sean Dengler suggests some teams to watch for the 2015 sports seasons; photo.
9 We need more female analysts
Gravert--Gabe (Student--2015)
Northern Iowan 111:44, p.3
3/26/2015 Student Gabe Gravert says that women should play a larger role in the sports analyst field; photo.
10 WRA activities aimed at fostering women's participation in athletics
College Eye 58:13, p.4
12/19/1963 Lengthy look at activities and purposes of Women's Recreation Association.
11 Musings; can anyone solve this great problem?
Ploog--Mary Ann (Student--1955)
College Eye 47:16, p.4
1/27/1956 Discusses her inability to play sports.
12 Women hold conference tomorrow
College Eye 47:10, p.1
11/11/1955 Schedule for the conference of the Iowa Federation of College Women.
13 Women athletes hold convention
College Eye 47:9, p.5
11/4/1955 Seventy delegates likely to attend.
14 Athletics
Old Gold 0:0, p.140
6/1/1955 Photo of the crowd at a football game; photo.
15 Tau Chi Eta Backs the Panthers
Old Gold 0:0, p.176
6/1/1955 A description of the group open to students who wish to support the athletic teams; photos
16 Table of Contents
Old Gold 0:0, p.7
6/1/1953 Table of contents; photo.
17 Athletics
Old Gold 0:0, p.57
6/1/1952 Title page for the section featuring athletics, note the drawing of a panther on the lower left of the page.
18 Athletics
Old Gold 0:0, p.58
6/1/1952 This page lists the contents of this section of the Old Gold, a photo of two students attending an athletic event is featured on the next page; photo.
19 Cheerleaders
Old Gold 0:0, p.82
6/1/1952 Photo of the cheerleaders; photo.
20 Conference Standings
Old Gold 0:0, p.68
6/1/1952 The conference standings for the 1951-1952 basketball season is listed here, as well as photos of the team; photo.
21 Football
Old Gold 0:0, p.60
6/1/1952 This page shows the 1951 football team photo and has a photo of Coach Starbeck; photo.
22 Golf
Old Gold 0:0, p.81
6/1/1952 Discription of the 1951 Golf Season; photo.
23 Individual Scores
Old Gold 0:0, p.69
6/1/1952 Individual records for players on the 1951-1952 basketball team are listed on this page; photo.
24 Panthers in Action
Old Gold 0:0, p.74
6/1/1952 Collection of photos of the 1951-1952 wrestling season; photo.
25 Tennis
Old Gold 0:0, p.80
6/1/1952 Summary of the Tennis season; photo.
26 Track 1951
Old Gold 0:0, p.78
6/1/1952 Summary of the 1951 track season and awards won by the team; photo.
27 Wish Mom Was Here
Old Gold 0:0, p.128
6/1/1952 Random photos of students around campus; photo.
28 Delegates attend AFCW confab
College Eye 43:27, p.6
4/25/1952 Will draw up constitution.
29 Athletics
Public Relations News Release 1950:402, p.1
6/20/1951 The college won all but one North Central conference championship . Its wrestling squad won its third straight National AAU title, a feat unheralded in the history of the meet. Clyde L. (Buck) Starbeck's football team finished in second place.
30 Foreword
Old Gold 0:0, p.5
6/1/1948 A revival of what makes the college year and a look back at those memories.
31 Physical Education For Men
Old Gold 0:0, p.38
6/1/1948 Headed by L. L. Mendenhall, and with top-notch coaches and instructors, theses men not only produce championship caliber teams in football, basketball, track, baseball, and wrestling, but also train successful athletes to become successful coaches; photo.
32 High school servicemen athletes to be eligible
College Eye 36:44, p.6
33 "I" Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.182
6/1/1943 One of the first goals of a physical education major, the "I" club is made up of outstanding letter winners. The club aims to build morale and foster friendly competition and was able to hold regular meetings despite loss of members over the year; photo.
34 Athletics
Old Gold 0:0, p.167
6/1/1943 Sports are a strong tradition at Teachers College that can get almost everyone involved. Athletics also accompany dances and other social events, such as Homecoming; photo.
35 Basketball Quintet of 1943
Old Gold 0:0, p.172
6/1/1943 The basketball team was unable to win in the final minutes of many of the close games played this season, falling to a 28-21 record for the year and losing six of the eight conference games; photo.
36 Cheerleaders
Old Gold 0:0, p.181
6/1/1943 Cheerleaders add the pep and zip to games, whether it's football, basketball, or wrestling. Tau Chi Eta is the pep club that is behind the scenes planning some of th eideas to get interest in the game of the week; photo.
37 Diamond Squad of 1942
Old Gold 0:0, p.178
6/1/1943 The Tutor batmen ended the season with a better than fifty-fifty showing, defeating teams like Luther and splitting double-headers with Iowa State and Illinois College, while tying Illinois Normal University; photo.
38 Football Squad of 1943
Old Gold 0:0, p.170
6/1/1943 Highlights form the season, including "Curley" Steinkamp who took the individual scoring lead in the conference and "Pudge" Camarata being honored at running back; photo.
39 Junior Commandos Get Tough for War
Old Gold 0:0, p.183
6/1/1943 A tough obsacle course is the true test for these men, who look forward to win they graduate to enter the Senior Commandos. The course includes a nine footwall to go over and a five foot bar to jump over; photo.
40 Panther Batmen Win Six and Lose Five
Old Gold 0:0, p.179
6/1/1943 Panthers end the season six and five with some good wins and some close losses, the biggest loss being the end of the program for the duration of the war and coach "Mon" Whitford leaving for the army; photo.
41 Purple Panthers "Rise to Fame and Glory"
Old Gold 0:0, p.169
6/1/1943 Through ground attacks and good blocking, the Panther football team rose to victory on the grid iron; photo.
42 Scrappy Cagers are Jinxed by "Gremlins"
Old Gold 0:0, p.173
6/1/1943 Close losses in games and players leaving for the military have jinxed the Panther team, players mentioned are Bob Titsworth, who left for the Naval Air Corps and Dick Deidler, who for the Army Air Corps; photo.
43 Tau Chi Eta
Old Gold 0:0, p.181
6/1/1943 The organization behind the scenes which plans some of the ideas for rousing the campus for the game of the week, it has representation from all sororities and fraternities, I Club, student body, and all cheerleaders are members; photo.
44 The Prowl
Old Gold 0:0, p.165
6/1/1943 Published by the Bureau of Publications, The Prowl is the official football magazine at Teachers College. It is issued at every home game and conatians team roster, sidelights about players and a fashion column to attract attention of the coeds; photo.
45 Thinclads Battle Through Tough Schedule
Old Gold 0:0, p.177
6/1/1943 The trackmen were unable to overcome the pinch of being a veteranless squad and failed to recapture the title in the North Central Conference meet and the 1943 squad met fate of other sports and was cancelled for duration of the war; photo.
46 Three Times North Central Champions
Old Gold 0:0, p.168
6/1/1943 The Panther football team gains the North Central Conference title for the third straight year; photo.
47 Track Squad of 1942
Old Gold 0:0, p.176
6/1/1943 The new ruling allowing freshmen to compete allowed the track team to fill spots left by veterans. The Panthers finished just behind the winner in every event entered at the Drake Relays; photo.
48 Undefeated Matmen Down Big Ten Teams
Old Gold 0:0, p.175
6/1/1943 Despite the loss of injured players, like Camarata and Nielson, and the loss of coaches to the armed service,such as Dr. Bender to the Navy and "mon" Whitford to the army; the wrestling team went undefeated for the year; photo.
49 Win State, Conference, National Honors
Old Gold 0:0, p.171
6/1/1943 Many players on the Panther Football team gain honors on the field, Don Barnhart received honors number of conversions made by one player and was chosen first team on defense and offense by the Des Moines Register; photo.
50 Wrestling Team of 1943
Old Gold 0:0, p.174
6/1/1943 The Highlights of the year was tying a tough Michigan State team and going undefeated for the year; photo.


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