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Bartlett Hall

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Title Date Summary
151 Fire Marshall orders closing of Bartlett Hall Penthouse
Northern Iowan 79:51, p.1
4/22/1983 University will close 13-room house at end of semester.
152 Never again
Northern Iowan 79:48, p.1
4/12/1983 Students celebrate the closing of Bartlett Hall's Penthouse; photo.
153 UNI residence halls house a variety of notable names
Koehler--Catherine (Class of 1985)
Northern Iowan 79:31, p.11
2/1/1983 Quick look at the names of the residence halls and the names of the houses in the halls.
154 Campus improvements
Northern Iowan 78:56, p.5
6/11/1982 List of work to be done in dorms this summer.
155 Apache/Arapaho
Old Gold 0:0, p.162
6/1/1982 Featuring students from the Apache and Arapaho house in Bartlett hall; photo.
156 Bartlett hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.160
6/1/1982 Bartlett hall, housing most of the out-of-state and foreign students, earned the reputation of being the most unique residence hall; photo.
157 Cheyenne/Comanche
Old Gold 0:0, p.163
6/1/1982 Features students living in Cheyenne and Comanche house in Bartlett hall; photo.
158 Dakota/Iroquois
Old Gold 0:0, p.164
6/1/1982 Features students that live in Dakota and Iroquois house in Bartlett hall; photo.
159 Kiowa/Mohican
Old Gold 0:0, p.165
6/1/1982 Features students that live in Kiowa and Mohican house in Bartlett hall; photo.
160 Navajo/Seminole
Old Gold 0:0, p.166
6/1/1982 Features students from the Navajo and Seminole houses in Bartlett hall; photo.
161 Penthouse
Old Gold 0:0, p.175
6/1/1982 Features students that live in the Penthouse in Bender Hall; photo.
162 Shoshoni
Old Gold 0:0, p.167
6/1/1982 Features students from Shoshoni house in Bartlett hall; photo.
163 UNI projects total $400,000
Kyllo--David (Dave) (Student--1980-1982)
Northern Iowan 78:37, p.6
2/23/1982 Projects will include fire safety in Bartlett Hall and work in West Gym, Gilchrist Hall, and the Dome.
164 Benefit dance Friday for Valentine's Day
Northern Iowan 78:34, p.3
2/12/1982 Bartlett Hall will sponsor dance to collect food for needy.
165 Bartlett elects royalty
Robst--Elizabeth L. (Class of 1984)
Northern Iowan 78:11, p.9
10/6/1981 Bartlett Hall elected a 'Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett' for Homecoming.
166 Housing improvements made
Riedesel--Miles E. (Class of 1983)
Northern Iowan 78:7, p.3
9/22/1981 Variety of repairs made in student housing units.
167 'Lay off Bartlett, huh?'
Public Relations News Release 77:43, p.2
3/20/1981 Jeff Julseth believes there is too much Northern Iowan coverage of Bartlett Hall.
168 This is January?
Northern Iowan 77:28, p.1
1/27/1981 Mild temperatures in January allow students to enjoy the outdoors; photo.
169 Happy 65th, Bartlett Hall!
Alumnus 65:4, p.7
12/1/1980 Students celebrate anniversary of Bartlett Hall; photo.
170 Aud curtains only one fix-up project
UNI Century 8:4, p.4
10/1/1980 Summer construction schedule.
171 Birthday boogie
Northern Iowan 77:9, p.1
9/30/1980 Eric Abbott and Theresa Greiner dance at a party to celebrate Bartlett Hall's sixty-fifth birthday on Friday; photo.
172 Stroll down Bartlett's memory lane
Northern Iowan 77:8, p.3
9/26/1980 Will celebrate 65th anniversary.
173 I give her an 8
Northern Iowan 77:1, p.1
8/29/1980 Male residents of Bartlett Hall look at women from the balcony; photo.
174 Rumors are unnecessary
Northern Iowan 76:56, p.3
5/9/1980 Students from Bartlett Hall don't think it's necessary to spread rumors that they are all a group of wealthy, mature intellectuals.
175 Contracts approved
Northern Iowan 76:32, p.9
2/5/1980 Contracts for handicapped accessibility improvements were accepted at the recent Board of Regents meeting.
176 An alumna's eyeview of the campus
Alumnus 64:4, p.16
12/1/1979 Vera Stutsman Smith visits campus and looks for familiar places; photo.
177 Untitled
Jorgensen--Kathleen (Class of 1982)
Northern Iowan 76:19, p.3
11/13/1979 Warns students that are vandalizing university and private property; they are not protected from prosecution; photo.
178 Escort policy decided
Northern Iowan 76:8, p.1
9/28/1979 Residents in Bender, Shull, Rider, Dancer, Noehren, and Bartlett halls vote to end requirements of escorting all visitors.
179 Apache House-Bartlett Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.106
6/1/1979 There were 55 men on the second floor of Bartlett Hall in Apache House; their celebrations included a "Cowboys & Indians" party, and a "loincloth" party; photo.
180 Arapaho House-Bartlett Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.107
6/1/1979 The 46-man house was located on the first floor of Bartlett Hall; "The Arapaho were reputed to be the noblest and most cunning of all Indian tribes," said Arapaho House president Brian Nicewanger; photo
181 Bartlett Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.106
6/1/1979 The ten houses in Bartlett Hall were named after American Indian tribes; photo.
182 Cheyenne House-Bartlett Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.108
6/1/1979 This house holds 60 women, who are proud to have Apache House as their Big Brothers; their activities included: mixers, a bowling and a skating party, and a pizza party; photo.
183 Comanche House-Bartlett Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.109
6/1/1979 The Comanche House has 44 members and they were very active with the intermural sports program; photo.
184 Dakota House-Bartlett Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.110
6/1/1979 Of the house members, 70 percent of them were new to the university; everyone who resided in Dakota House was new, as it was a guys house last year; photo.
185 Iroquois House-Bartlett Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.112
6/1/1979 Michael Cumings, president of Iroquois House said, "The Iroquois were an Indian nation of six tribes. We have many foreign students. We come from many backgrounds, but we form a tight group;" a large percentage of the 55 men were graduate students; photo.
186 Kiowa House-Bartlett Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.111
6/1/1979 The 47 members of Kiowa House have been very involved in many campus activities throughout the year; those included: Secret Santas, Homecoming float, Christmas Dinner Party, and open house for Parents Weekend; photo.
187 Mohican House-Bartlett Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.113
6/1/1979 The 74 male members of Mohican House comprised of graduates, undergraduates, and several students from abroad; they had Little Sisters, held a "slave auction," and enjoyed a regular Sunday "Leisure Hour;" photo.
188 Seminole House-Bartlett Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.114
6/1/1979 The 48 women of Seminole House were a combination of undergraduate, graduate, married, and foreign students; photo.
189 Shoshoni House-Bartlett Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.115
6/1/1979 Shoshoni house was named after the American Indian tribe, meaning "snake;" it's located on the ground floor, and houses 51 women; they were Little Sisters to a male house on campus, and Big Sisters to a group of children; photo.
190 Fear of finals?
Ruse--Thomas E. (Class of 1981)
Northern Iowan 75:48, p.12
4/10/1979 Students seen climbing out of windows at Bartlett Hall; photo.
191 After the election..
Northern Iowan 75:38, p.2
2/23/1979 Student believes that the Bartlett Hall senate race candidates are taking their campaigning a little overboard.
192 Arapaho open
Northern Iowan 75:12, p.10
10/10/1978 An open run will be sponsored by the Arapaho House of Bartlett Hall.
193 Lake Bartlett?
Northern Iowan 74:54, p.1
4/28/1978 Humorous signs near Bartlett Hall; photo.
194 Set . . . and spike
Northern Iowan 74:51, p.1
4/18/1978 Students playing volleyball behind Bartlett Hall.
195 Housing improvements
Northern Iowan 74:41, p.6
2/24/1978 Projects include freight elevator in Bartlett Hall and construction of eight more rooms in Rider Hall.
196 Bicycles
Northern Iowan 74:20, p.8
11/8/1977 Bartlett Hall will store bikes over the winter for any students who wish to do so.
197 Conversation Area
Northern Iowan 74:15, p.13
10/21/1977 The area between Bartlett Hall and the Women's Gym is now a place to study, thanks to Thelma Short; photo.
198 Construction in dorms finished
Northern Iowan 74:2, p.3
9/2/1977 Renovations done in residence halls to make additional rooms available.
199 Worldly Bartlett welcomes all
Alumnus 62:3, p.2
9/1/1977 History of Bartlett Hall; photo.
200 Bartlett to open 117 rooms by fall
Northern Iowan 73:51, p.1
4/19/1977 Rooms will be made available to undergraduate men and women; will be co-ed by floor; room telephones added.


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