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Board of Control of Student Broadcasting

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1 Berryhill, Alter named to BCSB
Northern Iowan 75:56, p.3
6/8/1979 Joel Alter and Allison Berryhill have been named to the Board of Control for Student Broadcasting.
2 Broadcasting constitution
Northern Iowan 70:12, p.8
10/23/1973 Constitution and by-laws of Board of Control of Student Broadcasting.
3 President Maucker speaks about College Eye policy
College Eye 63:48, p.1
4/21/1967 Considers grounds for dismissing editor; also considers policy regarding editor's stand on political candidates.
4 Board of Control discusses editorial
College Eye 63:46, p.1
4/14/1967 Considers editorial policy that seems to favor letters from students over those from faculty.
5 College Eye contract discussed by board
College Eye 63:43, p.5
3/24/1967 Also consider list of duties of advisor.
6 Old Gold establishes managing editor position
College Eye 63:25, p.8
12/15/1966 Board considers business matters relating to publications.
7 Board is responsible for censoring the Eye
College Eye 63:19, p.1
11/18/1966 Clarification was established by the Board of Control that they have the responsibility for censoring for possible libel, not the College Eye's advisor.
8 Board of Control submits new Eye editorial policy
College Eye 63:9, p.1
10/14/1966 Board of Control hopes to remove all censorship of the College Eye.
9 Likes Old Gold plans
McDonald--Charmain (Student--1966)
College Eye 63:4, p.3
9/27/1966 Believes that a more modern version of the Old Gold would be welcomed by students.
10 Board of Control discusses editorial freedom for EYE
College Eye 63:3, p.5
9/23/1966 Bernard DeHoff asks the Board of Control to clarify his job as College EYE advisor.
11 Board of Control rejects Old Gold's requests
College Eye 63:3, p.7
9/23/1966 Old Gold staff hopes to make the yearbook more informal and creative.
12 College Eye seeks change in present editorial policy
College Eye 60:64, p.2
7/29/1966 Disagrees with the current policy which gives the publications advisor censorship control.
13 Raffensperger will address publications
College Eye 60:49, p.5
4/22/1966 Gene Raffensperger will speak at Gridiron Banquet.
14 Interview dates for positions set by Board
College Eye 60:47, p.8
4/15/1966 Also will determine location of offices in new Union.
15 Board sets policy to avoid election activity
College Eye 60:37, p.1
3/1/1966 Lead editors must relinquish College Eye activities if they run for student government offices.
16 DeHoff asks clarification of EYE role
College Eye 60:32, p.3
2/11/1966 Asks if his responsibilities extend beyond reading editorials.
17 Board of Control discusses pins, new EYE position
College Eye 60:29, p.5
1/14/1966 Consider awarding pins to College Eye staff; also recommend adding assistant managing editor position.
18 Student Publications Board discusses SEVEN, budget
College Eye 60:18, p.8
11/12/1965 Authorizes publication of several issues of Seven.
19 Board of Control upholds OLD GOLD decision
College Eye 60:12, p.6
10/22/1965 Will allot two pages to each Greek organization.
20 Special session of board control asked for
College Eye 60:11, p.1
10/19/1965 Will consider request from Greeks for a particular amount of space in the Old Gold.
21 SEVEN spring issue sells a total of 82 in 3 days
College Eye 60:5, p.1
9/28/1965 Seeking separate darkrooms for College Eye and Old Gold.
22 Positions open on broadcasting control board
College Eye 58:25, p.7
23 Boards Govern Communications
Old Gold 0:0, p.144
6/1/1959 The Board of Control of Student Publications select the executive staff for the OLD GOLD and the COLLEGE EYE, and make sure that the staffs function properly; they are the governing department of all the student publications; photo.
24 Notice
College Eye 50:21, p.1
2/27/1959 Two positions open.
25 Boards Govern Communications
Old Gold 0:0, p.144
6/1/1958 Description of the Boards of Control of Student Publication and Student Broadcasting; photos.
26 Official announcement
College Eye 49:10, p.3
11/15/1957 Proposed amendments to the KYTC constitution.
27 Boards of Control
Old Gold 0:0, p.138
6/1/1957 The communications staffs, College Eye, OLD GOLD, and KYTC; they also are governed by the Board of Control of Student Publications and the Board of Control of the Student Broadcasting Association; photo.
28 Board elects new officers
College Eye 48:26, p.1
4/26/1957 List of new officers of Board of Control of Student Publications and Board of Control of Student Broadcasting.
29 KYTC Board jobs open
College Eye 48:23, p.6
30 Boards of Control
Old Gold 0:0, p.141
6/1/1956 Brief description of the group; photo.
31 KYTC staff is chosen by Board for 1956-57
College Eye 47:28, p.1
4/27/1956 Floyd Hutzell, Joseph Wasser, and Delores Wilkins named to staff.
32 Applications due for positions
College Eye 47:23, p.5
3/23/1956 For Board of Control of Student Broadcasting.
33 Coombs and Batchelder named to new posts
College Eye 43:22, p.1
3/21/1952 Don Coombs will edit Crossroads; Candy Batchelder will be managing editor of College Eye.
34 Magazine now needs Maucker's approval
College Eye 43:9, p.1
11/16/1951 Board of Control of Student Publications gives approval.
35 Board to act on proposed Magazine
College Eye 43:8, p.1
11/9/1951 Monthly publication would publish a variety of work.
36 Coming exhibit to show work of publications
College Eye 27:50, p.1
7/26/1935 Board of Control of Student Publications will mount exhibit.
37 Fifty students and guests attracted to publications dinner
College Eye 25:16, p.1
10/13/1933 At annual publications banquet.
38 Committee cancels annual Press Prom
College Eye 24:8, p.1
10/28/1932 Due to lack of financing.
39 Students at the Iowa State Teachers College will go to the polls today
Public Relations News Release 1930:286, p.1
3/23/1931 Students vote in first ever general election to choose members of Student Council and Board of Control of Student Publications.

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