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Boy Scouts

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1 Remembering Justin and Tristan
Legaspi--Sofia (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 115:37, p.01
2/21/2019 A memorial was held on February 18 for Justin Kime and Tristan Marlow, two students killed in a weather-related car accident on February 17; photos.
2 Did you just assume my scouts?
Schrad--Tanner (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:17, p.03
10/23/2017 Columnist Schrad discuses the policy change that now allows girls in Boy Scouts. Schrad thinks this is a positive change as long as Boy Scouts continues to uphold their values and teachings.
3 Larry Stone discusses the legacy of Iowa's 'bird lady'
Krull--Danielle Leigh (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 107:40, p.4
3/1/2011 Gladys Black and her passion for birds, kids, and outdoor education were examined during a story telling and photographic presentation; photo.
4 UNI to host a public discussion on energy efficiency and conservation
Public Relations News Release 2010:107, p.1
10/20/2010 The Office of Sustainability and the Center for Energy and Environmental Education will host the public discussion "Driving Demand for Energy Efficiency - the Kansas Take Charge Challenge."
5 UNI's Metal Casting Center to host workshops for Boy Scouts
Public Relations News Release 2009:231, p.1
1/20/2010 More than 50 Boy Schouth will attend a workshop at the Center to earn the metalwork merit badge with a founder option. The center is offering its facilities to the scouts at no charge and materials are being donated.
6 The stigma of being a Boy Scout
Grayson--Adam Michael (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:9, p.9
9/30/2008 Brief history of scouting and a plea not to judge a Boy Scout by his shirt.
7 UNI to host Merit Badge University on February 17
Public Relations News Release 2006:0, p.1
2/15/2007 More than five hundred Boy Scouts will come for Merit Badge University, Saturday, February 17.
8 News Brief/Calendar of Events
Public Relations News Release 2006:0, p.1
2/12/2007 More than 500 Boy Scouts will be on campus for Merit Badge University.
9 Boy Scouts to hold Merit Badge University at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2005:0, p.2
2/13/2006 Boy Scouts will come to the University and visit many different areas on campus as part of the Merit Badge University.
10 President Koob named distinguished citizen
Campus News Network 10:19, p.1
5/22/2000 UNI President Robert Koob recently received the Distinguished Citizen Award from the Winnebago Council Boy Scouts of America; photo.
11 Koob honored by local Boy Scouts
Scudder--Jeffrey (Class of 2003)
Northern Iowan 96:51, p.2
4/14/2000 Distinguished Citizen's Award banquet to be held by Boy Scouts will recognize President Koob.
12 Boy Scouts can do as it wishes
Medhaug--Scott A.
Northern Iowan 94:54, p.10
4/28/1998 Former student responds to Jeff Grant's column that criticized the Boy Scouts and their views on homosexuality.
13 The homophobic Boy Scouts of America
Northern Iowan 94:51, p.5
4/17/1998 Columnist comments on the Boy Scouts excluding homosexuals from their organization.
14 Campus Scouts provides opportunity for involvement at UNI
Deibler--Molly (Class of 1999)
Northern Iowan 94:41, p.9
3/3/1998 Campus Scouts provides recreational and fundraising opportunities for students; photo.
15 UNI fraternity helps local Boy Scouts earn merit badges
Northern Iowan 91:42, p.2
2/28/1995 Alpha Phi Omega hosts Boy Scouts on campus.
16 University of Northern Iowa and community to clean up Dry Run Creek Saturday (April 7)
Public Relations News Release 1989:529, p.1
4/4/1990 Members of the Conservation Club, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, the Sierra Club, and the Isaac Walton League of America volunteer to clear the banks of Dry Run Creek of trash. The cleanup effort is a joint operation between UNI and area businesses.
17 Volunteering enriches student; Big Brothers, Boy Scouts
Northern Iowan 86:49, p.9
4/3/1990 Paul Dewey talks about his volunteer service.
18 UNI recreation program forms partnership with American Humanics consortium
Public Relations News Release 1987:403, p.1
6/15/1987 American Humanics, an organization of eleven youth agencies, selects the university's recreation program to be added to its agency. The organization gives students opportunities in entry-level positions of non-profit groups in Cedar Falls and Waterloo.
19 Camp Fire: it's not just a group of girls anymore
Slechta--Scott A. (Class of 1990)
Northern Iowan 79:34, p.2
2/11/1983 Boys can also join Camp Fire.
20 It's a golden opportunity
Public Relations News Release 77:6, p.6
9/19/1980 Campus Gold provides an opportunity for both men and women to work with local scout groups.
21 Defends Kamerick
Northern Iowan 73:27, p.2
12/10/1976 Found recent article on an Eagle Scout award for President Kamerick a cheap shot.
22 SCI employee participates in scout program
College Eye 60:65, p.2
8/12/1966 Warren Schuler at scout camp.
23 Frat helps in scouting
College Eye 48:25, p.8
4/12/1957 Alpha Phi Omega assists in Boy Scout leadership training sessions.
24 Alpha Phi Omega Offers Service
Old Gold 0:0, p.200
6/1/1955 Description of this service fraternity that is affiliated with the Boy Scouts; photos.
25 Alpha Phi Omega
Old Gold 0:0, p.188
6/1/1952 Description of the national service fraternity for men who are interested in upholding the principles of the Boy Scouts; photo.
26 As I See It
Chapdelaine--Perry A.(Class of 1947; Mathematics Faculty)
College Eye 40:26, p.2
4/15/1949 Describes how supplementary education programs, like the Boy Scouts of America, are helpful and necessary.
27 Dr. H. S. Buffum happy in his long dreamed of research work
College Eye 39:40, p.4
7/30/1948 Professor Buffum talks about his interests, now that he is retired; photo.
28 Scout conference begins April 7
College Eye 39:25, p.8
4/2/1948 Will conduct sessions for Scout leaders.
29 Boy scouting sessions announced for spring
College Eye 39:23, p.5
30 Flag-raising ceremony led by Les Bundy and local Boy Scouts
College Eye 39:10, p.4
11/21/1947 At football games.
31 Untitled
Salisbury--Ralph (Student--1946-1948)
College Eye 39:3, p.1
10/3/1947 Two Boy Scouts from Cedar Falls raise the flag at the home football game; photo.
32 Service frat sponsors scout dance Saturday
College Eye 38:21, p.3
2/21/1947 Will present awards to area Boy Scouts.
33 Grad presents estate
Alumnus 30:1, p.19
1/1/1946 Reginald Stuart presents estate in California to Boy Scouts.
34 Keith L. Benner
Alumnus 29:4, p.21
10/1/1945 Is a scout executive in professional scouting. Prior to his present position, he was Supervising Principal in the Davenport Public Schools. He resides in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
35 Alpha Phi Omega
Old Gold 0:0, p.82
6/1/1943 One of very few national service fraternities, Alpha Phi Omega is made up of former Boy Scouts and Scout Officials.. The organization was not active this year, since many members have been called to war; photo.
36 Scout leadership, new course
College Eye 33:35, p.4
6/12/1942 Professor Buffum will offer course.
37 Boy Scout course to be offered
College Eye 32:35, p.3
6/13/1941 For those interested in leadership.
38 Student life
Old Gold 0:0, p.184
6/1/1941 Photo.
39 Alpha Phi Omega
College Eye 29:34, p.3
6/1/1938 Sponsored booth at Boy Scout meeting.
40 Alumnus becomes Scout executive
College Eye 29:25, p.3
3/25/1938 Thomas Boardman takes job in Ohio.
41 National prexy conducts Scout invitation
College Eye 29:23, p.3
3/11/1938 H. Roe Bartle will install new members of Alpha Phi Omega; photo.
42 Scouts seek formal charter
College Eye 29:17, p.3
1/21/1938 Alpha Phi Omega organizing on campus; list of members.
43 Alpha Phi Omega charter sought by Scouts
College Eye 29:8, p.3
10/29/1937 Need to have twenty-five prospective members on roll; list of acting officers.
44 Scoutmastership
College Eye 28:34, p.3
5/28/1937 Professor Buffum will teach.
45 Scouts may join Alpha Phi group
College Eye 28:28, p.7
4/16/1937 Will hold meeting to investigate organizing an Alpha Phi Omega chapter.
46 Fraternity for scouts planned
College Eye 28:23, p.1
3/12/1937 May organize chapter of Alpha Phi Omega for those who have been Boy Scouts.
47 Boy Scout meeting
College Eye 28:4, p.3
10/2/1936 Dave McCuskey elected chair.
48 Yearly Scout Day will not be held
College Eye 28:2, p.1
9/18/1936 Had been held in association with a football game; slow delivery of steel for the new stadium cancels plans for this year.
49 Scoutmasters take overnight hike
College Eye 27:11, p.4
50 Boy Scouts divide into two patrols
College Eye 27:10, p.4


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