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Beck--Patricia M. (Residence Staff)

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1 7. Take advantage of new dining options available on campus
Keiser--Erin Rose (Student--2012)
Northern Iowan 109:54, p.Suppl: 6
5/3/2013 Encourages new students to make use of the new dining center policies. There will be extended hours, as well as changes to the actual meal plans; photo.
2 Decisions, decisions: living on or off campus?
Rouse--Amber Marie (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 109:52, p.1
4/26/2013 Gives opinions on whether or not students should live on campus. Upperclassmen seem to prefer living off campus, while underclassmen prefer to living on campus; photo.
3 Finger scanning now an option available to access dining centers
Keiser--Erin Rose (Student--2012)
Northern Iowan 109:46, p.6
4/5/2013 Finger scanners are now available at the entrances of the dining centers. Students can scan their finger to eat instead of using their ID card; photo.
4 Biscotti's temporarily relocated to Shull Hall
Campbell--Colby David (Student--2012)
Northern Iowan 109:28, p.1
1/18/2013 Biscotti's moved to the basement of Shull Hall because of construction to expand the dining and office complex. When construction is complete, a larger Piazza dining center with additional seating and student lounges will be available; photo
5 A sneak peek into Panther Village
Kelzer--Sarah Marie (Student--2010)
Northern Iowan 108:16, p.1
10/21/2011 New apartment style dorms are scheduled to open in the Fall of 2012. There are sixty apartments with 204 bedrooms. Phase II of the project is already underway and is scheduled to open Fall of 2013; photo.
6 DOR names new residence hall 'Panther Village'
Pearce--Katherine Lea (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 107:51, p.1
4/19/2011 Phase one of the new apartment complex, currently under construction, has been named; photo.
7 UNI selects name for new apartment complex
Public Relations News Release 2010:292, p.1
4/13/2011 Panther Village is the name of the latest apartment complex. Phase I of Panther Village, which includes room for 204 students is under construction and will be ready for occupancy in fall 2012.
8 UNI hosts 'Power of the Purse IV: Choices' on Sept. 28; Registration deadline is Sept. 21
Public Relations News Release 2010:44, p.1
9/10/2010 Joyce Morrow, director of student financial aid, will present the keynote address, "What Happened to the Public in Public University?" during the luncheon program. The seminar will open with welcome remarks from Pat Allen.
9 Department of Residence encourages in-room recycling
Zidon--Rachel Margaret (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 107:1, p.1
8/27/2010 All nine residence halls will have in-room recycling. The success of the Rider Recycling Revolution led to this move; photo.
10 UNI integrates in-room recycling to all residence halls
Public Relations News Release 2010:12, p.1
8/17/2010 UNI distributed 2,800 recycling containers to dorm rooms and ROTH apartments. A room in each residence hall and ROTH has been designated as the collection center for sorting recycled plastic, tin, glass, caredboard, and mixed paper.
11 Dorm room rates face increase for upcoming year
Dahlke--Lisa Renae (Student--2006)
Northern Iowan 104:43, p.1
3/14/2008 Room and board costs vary at UNI due to differences in meal plans and types of room. Board of Regents voted to increase rates by 8.3% for the coming year; photo.
12 On or off campus, that is the question
Hawthorne--Morgan L. A. (Student--2007)
Northern Iowan 104:7, p.2
9/18/2007 Cost plays an important part in the decision to live on or off campus; photo.
13 Majority of UNI freshmen, sophomores living on campus this fall
Public Relations News Release 2006:178, p.1
9/25/2006 Michael Hager notes an increase of more than 10 percent of students living on campus this fall.
14 UNI residence package rate increase lowest in 15 years Some students will continue to pay 2005- 2006 rate
Public Relations News Release 2005:0, p.1
3/14/2006 One in four students will see absolutely no increase to their on campus residence rate.
15 The dorms they are a-changin'; UNI meets need for single rooms
Hines--Carmel J. Schoenfelder (Class of 1990)
Northern Iowa Today 90:1, p.10
1/1/2006 A look at the way in which the university has responded to the perceived need for single dormitory rooms; special look at Shull Hall renovations; photo.
16 Students moving off campus prompt DOR survey
Palmer--Greg (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 100:55, p.6
4/30/2004 Department of Residence conducts survey concerning student preferences for on-campus living in an effort to stem the tide of students moving off-campus after only one year.
17 DOR: 'Keep costs low'
Andrews--Eric A. (Student--2002)
Northern Iowan 100:50, p.1
4/13/2004 Explains Department of Residence policies and initiatives in order to keep students living on campus; photo.
18 UNI Department of Residence unveils plan to freeze rates for two years
Northern Iowa Today 88:1, p.17
1/1/2004 About 450 students are enrolled in the program; photo.
19 UNI Department of Residence unveils plan to freeze rates for two years
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.1
7/30/2003 UNI's Department of Residence employs "2-Year Advantage" plan. Plan details are given.
20 DOR not associated with off-campus meal plan
Northern Iowan 99:61, p.1
7/25/2003 Panther Meal Plan works similarly to on-campus meal plans, but is not affiliated with it; parents or students can purchase dollar amounts of credit on a card from area restaurants and use it over the course of the semester.
21 The good life just got easier
Northern Iowa Today 87:2, p.15
7/1/2003 Department of Residence offers plan to stabilize room and board for two years.
22 Two year advantage passes at UNI, Board of Regents up next
Glasnapp--Brandie L. (Student--2002)
Northern Iowan 99:57, p.1
6/20/2003 If approved, students may sign a two-year contract to live in dorms with fixed room and board and some fees waived.
23 Living on-campus could improve grades; degree completion also among benefits of residence halls
Krastel--Laura (class of 2002)
Northern Iowan 98:42, p.1
3/8/2002 Students who live in the residence halls are more likely to graduate in four years, and also have higher GPA's than other students.
24 Grand opening of the Piazza at Redeker offers prizes and food
Krastel--Laura (class of 2002)
Northern Iowan 98:2, p.1
9/7/2001 Describes foods available at the Piazza in Redeker Center; photo.
25 UNI offers tours of unique dining center
Public Relations News Release 2000:378, p.1
4/20/2001 The remodeled Redeker Center is scheduled to be open in time for the fall 2001 semester.
26 Cyber-living: get your dorm room online
Northern Iowan 97:36, p.13
2/9/2001 Students are now able to recontract their housing online; photo.
27 Success story; it's a beautiful thing
Campus News Network 11:10, p.4
12/5/2000 Pat Beck, assistant director of residence/marketing and conferences, discusses how UNI was able to attract Blimpie CEO Tony Conza as a guest speaker.
28 Rock 108 helps celebrate Union Grand Opening
Taylor--Megan E. (Class of 1999)
Northern Iowan 97:22, p.3
11/9/2000 A grand opening was held in the Maucker Union for its newest restaurants; photo.
29 New array of food services offered in UNI's Maucker Union
Public Relations News Release 2000:41, p.1
8/21/2000 New food court choices are discussed.
30 University of Northern Iowa offers summer athletic camps
Public Relations News Release 1992:483, p.1
4/1/1993 Students ages 7-18 or high school graduation qualify for athletic camps being offered by UNI.
31 Donavan Honnold
Campus News Network 2:20, p.3
7/20/1992 Roster of officers and members of P & S Council.
32 Pat Beck
Campus News Network 2:18, p.Insert 2
6/8/1992 Presents session on sales.
33 They're not just a means of getting rid of the kids for a couple weeks.
Public Relations News Release 1991:529, p.1
4/6/1992 Patricia Beck urges careful consideration in selecting a camp for children. Issues to consider are length of camp operation, how staff is recruited, and staff to camper ratio.
34 University of Northern Iowa to sponsor annual summer sports camps
Public Relations News Release 1991:476, p.1
3/16/1992 The UNI Athletic Department will again sponsor summer sports camps for students ages 8-18.
35 Thanks to Marching Band and spirit squads
Northern Iowan 88:25, p.3
11/26/1991 Believes groups add a great deal to athletic events.
36 Camp a week o recess set July 8-12 at the UNI-Dome for elementary age students
Public Relations News Release 1990:615, p.1
6/11/1991 All day recess for a week set for UNI.
37 What are the kids going to do over the summer? Just say camp!
Public Relations News Release 1990:601, p.1
6/3/1991 UNI offers sports camps during the summer for kids to improve their skills, meet new friends, and experience life on a college campus.
38 Sports camps provide opportunity for growth for elementary students
Public Relations News Release 1990:607, p.1
6/1/1991 Sports camps provide opportunities for increased self esteem, interaction with other students, and skill improvement.
39 Camp Northern Iowa--thousands on their way to take part in sports camps.
Public Relations News Release 1990:577, p.1
5/20/1991 Northern Iowa Sports Camp Program expects to host over three thousand.
40 Look out Disneyland ! Here come Northern Iowa's jr. pantherland !
Public Relations News Release 1990:164, p.1
11/5/1990 UNI to open activity area for kids during the second half of Panther basketball games.
41 Active kids camp at Northern Iowa- sports camp season begins.
Public Relations News Release 1990:689, p.1
6/11/1990 Pat Beck, says the All Sports Camp will begin this week with specialty camps to follow in the coming weeks. Sports camps area great place for kids with similar interests and abilities to compete with others in their same age bracket.
42 Summer camp offer kids variety of learning experiences.
Public Relations News Release 1989:676, p.1
5/31/1990 Pat Beck discusses how children have a chance to get out of their own arena and put their skills up against others outside their usual group. It can be a reality check and a growth experience for them.
43 Variety of summer camps offer children chance to grow; University of Northern Iowa all-sports camps set for June and July.
Public Relations News Release 1989:645, p.1
5/14/1990 Ann Vernon says camp experiences give children a chance to test new social skills as well as athletic abilities. Parents should ask children before they go to camp what their concerns might be about the experience and talk them through any anxieties.

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