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Button--Robert (Class of 1962))

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Title Date Summary
1 ISTC will cease to exist; SCI to be born July 4
Bina--Robert Fred (Class of 1964)
College Eye 52:33, p.3
6/2/1961 A look at the changes necessary brought on by the change in name of the institution.
2 Local students named head residents at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:430, p.1
5/25/1961 Sandy Mac Lean appoints Cecil Shaw as senior head resident of men's dormitories. The head resident is responsible for coordinating the duties of each house student director within the system. House heads listed.
3 Journalists at ISTC honored
Public Relations News Release 1960:398, p.1
5/9/1961 Myrna Pierce and Michael O'Brien are granted top awards for noteworthy service in student publications. College Eye and Old Gold staff are presented with awards for excellence of service.
4 New loyalty song, cheers sought for name change
College Eye 52:26, p.1
4/14/1961 Offering prizes for new versions of cheers and songs in accord with the school's new name.
5 Students at ISTC fortunate in opportunities say guests
College Eye 52:11, p.4
12/2/1960 Guests from local communities talk about their day on campus; photo.
6 Civic leaders spend day at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:126, p.1
11/18/1960 V. W. Johnson, Melvin Wolf, and Pat Touchae spend a day on campus, attending classes, eating lunch in the commons, and taking part in a dormitory house meeting. The day was organized by Robert Button of Marshalltown.
7 Civic leaders to be guests at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:121, p.1
11/15/1960 Former Mayor Melvin Wolf, Secretary of Waterloo Chamber of Commerce Pat Touchae, and President of First National Bank V. W. Johnson spend a day on campus. Guests will lunch with their student guides in the Commons, and attend classes and house meetings.
8 Three dignitaries to be 'Students for a Day'
College Eye 52:9, p.1
11/11/1960 V. W. Johnson, Melvin Wolf, and L. A. Touchae will take part in student activities for a day.
9 College Eye Informs Campus
Old Gold 0:0, p.162
6/1/1960 The College Eye is the campus newspaper and is dedicated to meat every Thursday deadline at the print shop. A six page issue is released every Friday and help inform the student body of both campus events and school happenings. The college paper is also a great why for students to see advertisements from local businesses.
10 College Chorus
Old Gold 0:0, p.118
6/1/1951 List of members; photo.

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