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Bartlett Hall

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Title Date Summary
251 Untitled
College Eye 63:1, p.1
9/16/1966 Women living in the Bartlett and Lawther lofts live twelve to a room; photo.
252 Board of Regents acts on faculty changes, budget
College Eye 60:65, p.1
8/12/1966 Approve resignations and leaves; approve parking lot near Administration Building.
253 Bartlett freshmen reaction better than anticipated
College Eye 60:29, p.3
1/14/1966 High enrollment forced mixing of freshmen and upperclassmen; results seem favorable.
254 Bartlett Hall 50 years old
Alumnus 50:4, p.11
12/1/1965 Fiftieth anniversary celebration held.
255 Bartlett B section will be remodeled this year
College Eye 60:20, p.6
11/19/1965 Some residents will need to be moved out for a time.
256 Bartlett Hall will host open house
College Eye 60:18, p.4
257 Bartlett, oldest SCI dorm celebrates 50 years in use
College Eye 60:18, p.1
11/12/1965 Quick look at Bartlett Hall history and at celebration; photo.
258 SCI's oldest residence hall celebrates 50th birthday
College Eye 60:17, p.6
11/9/1965 Schedule of activities.
259 The emerging new face of SCI
College Eye 60:5, p.5
9/28/1965 Photos showing changes that have been made on campus.
260 Freshmen women move after Regents OK's renovation
College Eye 59:33, p.3
4/16/1965 Women from A section move to B section and to Lawther and Campbell Halls so that remodeling can begin.
261 170 residents of Bartlett Hall must move out
College Eye 59:26, p.4
3/12/1965 Move is necessary to allow for remodeling project in section A.
262 Board of Regents approves physical plant construction
College Eye 59:21, p.1
2/23/1965 Hillcrest Drive-In will move from Hudson Road site; will build $205,500 shops building; authorize planning for Science Building.
263 Women's dorms collect stamps for charity
College Eye 59:13, p.3
264 Women's halls, AWS sponsor service projects
College Eye 59:10, p.4
11/13/1964 Will donate food to needy and provide service to Western Home and hospital.
265 Counselors make hall rules
Dorman--Janet (Student--1962-1966)
College Eye 59:7, p.2
10/23/1964 Justifies Bartlett's 'lights out' policy.
266 Freshman speaks out against lights
Young--Barbara (Student--1964--1967-1968)
College Eye 59:7, p.2
10/23/1964 Current time allowed by 'lights out' isn't enough to finish studies.
267 To have or not to have lights out--counselors, freshmen, faculty argue
Faulkner--Howard (Class of 1965)
College Eye 59:7, p.3
10/23/1964 Offer a variety of opinions on the matter.
268 'Lights Out' referred to administration
College Eye 59:6, p.3
10/16/1964 Will consider policy that requires lights to be out at 11PM for freshman women.
269 AWS Prexy contends women need hours
Sumers--Alinda (Class of 1965)
College Eye 59:6, p.2
10/16/1964 Women of Bartlett Hall should take complaints about 'lights out' policy to house council.
270 Throw out lights out, give women 11 p.m. hours
College Eye 59:6, p.2
10/16/1964 Bartlett's 'lights out' policy should be rescinded.
271 Faculty Senate in meeting with Maucker
College Eye 59:5, p.3
10/9/1964 Will discuss bringing controversial speakers to campus; will consider rules for freshman women in Bartlett Hall.
272 Open letter to the Faculty Senate
Thompson--Howard John (Student--1941; History Faculty)
College Eye 59:5, p.2
10/9/1964 Requests lights-out regulations for Bartlett freshmen women be lifted.
273 Bartlett Hall open house is planned
College Eye 58:36, p.3
274 Mrs. Bjorklund 2nd mother to residents in Bartlett B
College Eye 58:36, p.1
7/24/1964 Profile of Ellen Bjorklund; photo.
275 Counselors like friends, say Bartlett counselees
College Eye 58:7, p.1
11/1/1963 Students talk about their duties as dorm counselors.
276 Bartlett wins WPA trophy; Graves named 'Favorite Man'
College Eye 56:26, p.1
4/6/1962 Results of WPA competition;
277 $720,000 contract awarded for administration building
College Eye 56:23, p.1
3/16/1962 Architectural contract awarded; also granted authority to negotiate with architects on addition to Campbell Hall; will update heating in Science Building, Wright Hall, and Bartlett Hall.
278 Former grads named dormitory directors
Alumnus 46:4, p.9
12/1/1961 Norma Prehm will direct Bartlett Hall; Shirley Martinson will assist in Lawther Hall.
279 Gamma Delta is first in Homecoming contest
College Eye 56:6, p.5
10/20/1961 List of Homecoming prize winners.
280 Freshman orientation begins Sunday at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:458, p.1
6/15/1961 Professor William C. Lang delivers the opening address at the freshman orientation program held in the Commons. The program includes placement, speech, and hearing testing, as well as an afternoon tea in Bartlett Hall.
281 Annual Women's Day set at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:368, p.1
4/23/1961 The Associated Women Students organize Women's Day activities, with Professor Eunice Roberts as guest speaker. Events include recognition services for the Torch and Tassel, Chimes, and Purple Arrow, and a Campbell Hall dinner for Bartlett counselors.
282 Applications now available for Bartlett counseling jobs
College Eye 52:18, p.4
2/10/1961 Seeking women interested in counseling and guidance.
283 Bartlett girls elect officers
College Eye 52:17, p.2
1/27/1961 Holly Poore is new president; list of other officers.
284 Residents of Bartlett Hall get new desks
College Eye 52:13, p.2
12/15/1960 Old desks were over twenty-five years old; description of the 575 new desks.
285 Art of talking isn't dead on campus of ISTC!
Hursey--Shirley J. (Class of 1963)
College Eye 52:12, p.5
12/9/1960 Switchboard handles 2000 calls a day; Campbell Hall has room phones; Bartlett has 37 phones, Lawther has 28, and Seerley-Baker has 35; photo.
286 Staff appointments made at I. S. T. C.
Public Relations News Release 1960:4, p.1
8/16/1960 Professor William Lang announces the appointment of six faculty and staff members to the department of education, curriculum laboratory, Price Laboratory School, Bartlett Hall, and the college hospital.
287 Bartlett Houses Freshman Women
Old Gold 0:0, p.141
6/1/1960 Bartlett is one of the oldest dorms on campus and houses approximately 400 freshman women and 46 counselors. The students are able to participate in social hours, resident events, social services, and creating fundraisers. Counselors headed the governmental units until the freshman elected their own. House council is composed of chairmen from each corridor. The highest unit of organization was the executive council made up of four executive officers and seven committee chairmen; Photo.
288 Relays, Beards, and Dance Highlights MU Day
Old Gold 0:0, p.76
6/1/1960 The Men's Union Day was filled with fun competitions, relays, and fun activities mad up the Day. The traveling trophy was awarded to a Bartlett corridor residency.
289 Shirley Petersen Homecoming Queen
Old Gold 0:0, p.52
6/1/1960 The Homecoming Parade was a success TC's marching band and other campus groups made their way down the procession. The Homecoming Queen, Shirley Petersen, lead her court of four other girls; Mary Kaye Stringer, Shirley Radeke, Mary Paulk, and Jo Noble; Photos. The girls joined the audiences during the football game versus North Dakota University and cheered when TC won 14-9. Other special events that made up the week was the verity shows, Inter-Fraternity sing, and the Bartlett girls football game. The most looked foreword to event was the Homecoming Dance where students got to dress up and Jules Herman and his band would provide musical assistance.
290 Dorm night hostesses perform duties while students sleep
Sawyer--Suzanne Delore (Student--1959-1961)
College Eye 51:22, p.6
3/11/1960 A look at the duties of the women's dorm night hostesses; photo.
291 Bartlett counselors light into unforgettable year of work
Sawyer--Suzanne Delore (Student--1959-1961)
College Eye 51:15, p.5
1/15/1960 A look at the work of the freshman orientation counselors; photo.
292 Notice
College Eye 51:10, p.1
11/20/1959 Bartlett Hall chorus forming.
293 Bartlett life "new, improved"
College Eye 51:1, p.1
9/18/1959 Renovation over the summer included painting and re-arrangement of rooms; no rooms will be tripled; no one will live on third floor.
294 Which way is Bartlett?
Leet--Richard (Classes of 1958 and 1965)
College Eye 51:1, p.6
9/18/1959 A puzzled student stands in the dark, wondering where Bartlett Hall is.
295 Bartlett-Home of Freshman Women
Old Gold 0:0, p.127
6/1/1959 Bartlett Hall is the oldest residence hall on TC Campus, and is divided into corridor groups headed by corridor chairmen; it's the home of approximately six hundred freshman women and their counselors, and the purple and gold freshman beanies; photo.
296 Bartlett director will tour, sing in Europe
College Eye 50:29, p.7
5/1/1959 Will be part of All-American chorus.
297 Untitled
Alumnus 44:2, p.Front Cover
5/1/1959 Spring scene near Bartlett Hall; photo.
298 Untitled
College Eye 50:29, p.2
5/1/1959 Discusses appropriateness of the "scenery" in dormitory windows.
299 Men, women counselors chosen; five-week training program begins
Knickman--Helen M. (Class of 1960)
College Eye 50:26, p.7
4/10/1959 Men will also receive training; photo.
300 Snip Cat-"T"
Odegard--Gordon A. (Classes of 1960 and 1972)
College Eye 50:19, p.2
2/13/1959 Commentary about campus life.


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