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1 Polar Bare Run, Walk, Roll to take place November 9
Public Relations News Release 2010:122, p.1
11/1/2010 "The event, which is a winter-wear drive for the Salvation Army, provides an opportunity for students, alumni and the community to give back to the Cedar Valley," said Connie Hansen, assistant director of outreach and engagement, Alumni Relations.
2 The greatest decision ever made
Krob--Nicholas Joseph (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 107:10, p.8
10/1/2010 Finds that the adoption of two cats came with some adjustments, but the end result was positive.
3 Cedar Bend Humane Society experiences influx of dogs
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 106:46, p.6
4/2/2010 With the arrival of thirty-six dogs from a dog breeding facility, the Humane Society is looking for volunteers to help socialize the dogs. The dogs had not been allowed on grass, but confined to cages. Foster homes for cats are also needed; photo.
4 Third-annual Polar Bare Run to take place Nov. 10
Public Relations News Release 2009:135, p.1
10/27/2009 This event, a winter-wear drive for the Salvation Army, provides an opportunity for students, alumni and the community to give back to the Cedar Valley while participating in a fun mile-long on-campus walk, roll or run, according to Connie Hansen.
5 Black Hawks give back
Reeder--Laura M. (Student--2007)
Northern Iowan 105:38, p.13
2/24/2009 Local hockey team volunteers to aid Cedar Bend Humane Society with fund raising efforts.
6 Reflecting on the love of childhood pets
Northern Iowan 99:14, p.7
10/18/2002 Tells an anecdote about the death of a friend's cat.
7 Exotic pets need extra care; lovebirds, Burmese cats and alligators
Northern Iowan 86:58, p.18
5/4/1990 Pet owners talk about the needs of their pets.
8 Animals are available for adoption
Kruse--Anilise (Class of 1989)
Northern Iowan 85:29, p.17
12/9/1988 A look at the Humane Society.
9 September is cat health month¿(eat your heart out Morris.)
Public Relations News Release 1988:11, p.1
8/29/1988 Tom Davis says owning a pet can have definite health benefits to people of all ages.
10 Cats, canines and other pets spotlighted in April
Morse--Julie A. (Class of 1988)
Northern Iowan 83:48, p.12
11 Out of reach?
Northern Iowan 76:13, p.10
10/16/1979 Photograph of a cat in a tree; photo.
12 Another call for Meow Mix?
Drewelow--S. David
Northern Iowan 72:38, p.4
2/17/1976 A cat sneaks inside a phone booth in the Union; photo.
13 I think I'll skip my one o'clock
Northern Iowan 71:52, p.11
4/25/1975 A cat enjoys a lazy afternoon on a window sill; photo.
14 Of Cabbages and Kings
DeLong--Beverly (Public Relations Staff)
College Eye 50:35, p.2
7/10/1959 Considers her cat.
15 Kittens, housekeeping, credit, revealed in 'mystery' house
Wilkie--Mary Kathryn (Student--1956)
College Eye 48:9, p.9
11/9/1956 Lengthy look at the curriculum and activities in the Home Management House; photo.
16 'The thing' . . . At last we know what it is
College Eye 43:9, p.8
11/16/1951 Surprised by cat in Lawther Hall.
17 Radios are miraculous, cats are, too
Alumnus 28:4, p.14
10/1/1944 Mr. Hake's cat gives birth to kitten in Patty Hake's lap during radio broadcast.
18 Cat loyal to KXEL
College Eye 35:42, p.1
8/11/1944 Hake family cat gives birth during broadcast.
19 Cat 'drawn' to science class
College Eye 35:40, p.4
7/28/1944 A kitten walks into a physical science class.
20 Meet Miss Blinky of Lawther Hall
College Eye 33:2, p.5
9/19/1941 Lawther Hall has a cat.
21 Presenting Skippy
College Eye 28:42, p.1
7/23/1937 Professors Smith and Arey have a Persian cat.
22 Button-eyed feline is born at request of drama maestro
College Eye 26:25, p.1
12/21/1934 Students construct stage prop.
23 Cats and contentment
Schmidt--Robert R. (Student--1934)
College Eye 26:7, p.2
7/20/1934 Looking to cats for clues to contentment.
24 An orphan finds a warm friend
College Eye 25:25, p.4
12/21/1933 Shirley Kraft rescues orphan kitten.
25 Pianistic phantom startles watchman
College Eye 23:48, p.4
6/30/1932 Cats walking on piano frighten watchman.
26 Plump damsel vamps Abbott and escapes harrowing death
College Eye 22:32, p.6
5/22/1931 Cat saves itself from dissection.
27 Bartlett Hall is no place for stray tabby
College Eye 22:12, p.1
12/1/1930 Cat wanders through Bartlett Hall.
28 Sobs from Sonny towards science
College Eye 20:4, p.7
10/4/1928 Thoughts when facing a cat in the dissecting lab.
29 Night prowling preps keep cops busy
College Eye 17:37, p.1
3/24/1926 Police often apprehend men taking part in hazing activities.
30 For the past few weeks
College Eye 15:22, p.8
2/13/1924 Dogs and cats have been on the Hill.
31 Budget
Old Gold 0:0, p.284
6/1/1921 Humorous additions for the college budget.
32 Golly and Caubarrus engaged in a scientific pursuit
Old Gold 0:0, p.264
6/1/1909 Two students are trying to catch a cat.
33 Wanted; cats for scientific purposes
Denny--Milo Bennett (Student--1907)
Old Gold 0:0, p.162
6/1/1907 Cartoon cat with a person's head.
34 Mr. Newton
Normal Eyte 6:18, p.213
2/6/1897 Science classes dissecting cats.
35 The cat came back
Normal Eyte 4:3, p.42
9/29/1894 Cat visits chapel.
36 The special class in dissection
Normal Eyte 3:19, p.152
2/3/1894 Have prepared a mounted cat skeleton.
37 Last week one morning
Normal Eyte 3:4, p.32
9/30/1893 Student brings cat to liven chapel exercises.
38 A few evenings ago
Students' Offering 4:13, p.10
6/1/1880 Colonel Pattee tussles with a kitten.

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