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Cheating

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Title Date Summary
101 College and cribbing
College Eye 39:31, p.2
5/14/1948 Believes that the best way to stop cheating is for the students to stand up against it.
102 Survey of Campus Opinion
Smith--Warren Allen (Class of 1948)
College Eye 38:18, p.7
1/31/1947 Student responses to the question: "What would you do if you noticed another student was copying from your paper during a test?"
103 Everybody's doing it!
College Eye 31:20, p.2
2/16/1940 Student confronts the issue of cheating.
104 Fugitive from a 'crib'
College Eye 31:13, p.2
12/15/1939 Believes that there is considerable cheating on examinations.
105 Two views on cheating presented
College Eye 30:40, p.1
7/21/1939 Students and faculty offer views on cheating in school.
106 What causes students to cheat?
College Eye 30:40, p.1
7/21/1939 The atmosphere in the classroom causes problems for students.
107 As the Editor Sees It
Culbertson--Ruth Cubby (Class of 1939)
College Eye 30:19, p.1
2/10/1939 Considers marriage course, cheating, and sorority rushing problems.
108 As the Editor Sees It
Culbertson--Ruth Cubby (Class of 1939)
College Eye 30:11, p.1
11/18/1938 Believes that students should not cheat and professors shouldn't let it happen.
109 As the Editor Sees It; practice what you teach
Culbertson--Ruth Cubby (Class of 1939)
College Eye 29:42, p.2
7/29/1938 Discusses the problem of cheating in college classrooms.
110 Faculty members give views on cheating and ways of "getting by"
College Eye 27:21, p.4
11/15/1935 Professors Denny and Riebe talks about trends in and methods of cheating.
111 Maybe there are cheating professors
College Eye 23:31, p.2
2/19/1932 Claims that professors who do not monitor cheating during tests are cheating those students who choose to display virtue.
112 "Better than thou?"
College Eye 18:35, p.4
3/23/1927 Editorial tried to calculate the percentage of students who cheat in school.
113 How to encourage cheating
College Eye 18:34, p.3
3/16/1927 Ironic advice.
114 Dean Reed calls 250 students on carpet; various forms of dishonesty are brought to light concerning spring enrollment
College Eye 16:30, p.1
4/15/1925 Roughly 250 students caught manipulating registration numbers in some manner so as to register earlier.
115 Ironical Ike says--; Cynical Sylvia says--
College Eye 16:16, p.4
12/17/1924 Jokes and commentary on campus life.
116 Honesty is the best policy
College Eye 16:15, p.6
12/10/1924 YMCA and YWCA are against cheating.
117 Little Tutors
College Eye 16:11, p.2
11/11/1924 News from the Training School.
118 Adopt I. S. T. C's new slogan
College Eye 16:9, p.2
10/29/1924 Suggests "Be Honest" as TC slogan.
119 Y. W. girls hold lively discussion on honesty
College Eye 16:9, p.8
10/29/1924 Urges creation of public sentiment against cheating.
120 Class room honesty
College Eye 16:8, p.4
10/22/1924 Discussion of cheating in class and the effectiveness of the "honor system."
121 The Inquiring Reporter
College Eye 16:8, p.3
10/22/1924 Students asked whether or not the majority of students would cheat on an exam to avoid failing.
122 The Y. M. meeting
College Eye 13:19, p.2
1/25/1922 Subject of discussion was student honor.
123 Editorially speaking; an honor system
College Eye 12:30, p.4
4/20/1921 Believes T. C. should develop a system to combat cheating that makes the student responsible for his or her actions.
124 Professional; the college honor system
College Eye 7:25, p.2
4/12/1916 Gives students responsibility for being honest during tests.
125 Who is the thief?
College Eye 7:21, p.4
3/8/1916 Denounces plagiarism in literary societies.
126 Editorial
College Eye 3:27, p.443
4/23/1914 Announcements; encourages students not to cheat.
127 A notebook handed
Normal Eyte 18:17, p.257
1/29/1908 Does not condone cheating.
128 Subjects for oratory; Iowa college oration evenly divided as to eulogies and discussions of live questions
Normal Eyte 15:16, p.243
1/18/1905 Topics of orations presented at other Iowa colleges; discusses the difficulties with cheating and grading students.
129 What is plagiarism? Both knowledge and honesty are needed for avoiding it
Normal Eyte 14:12, p.177
11/21/1903 Writers and orators should be wary of plagiarizing.
130 Plagiarism
Simmons--Mary E. (Latin Faculty)
Normal Eyte 8:24, p.337
3/25/1899 Miss Simmons points out the different kinds of plagiarism.

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