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Clemens--Jennifer A. (Classs of 1989)

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1 A celebration 'rock around the clock' is planned for the University of Northern Iowa homecoming, Oct 18-22.
Public Relations News Release 1989:161, p.1
10/16/1989 Variety of activities listed. Students will be painting the windows of College Hill merchants. "Rock around the Clock" dinner to be held in all dining centers, featuring hula hoop, bubble gum, and limbo contests. Homecoming golf outing at Beaver Hills.
2 Lux service medallion awards to be given at University of Northern Iowa homecoming.
Public Relations News Release 1989:151, p.1
10/11/1989 Activity profile of finalists provided. Theresa Koster and Jennifer Clemens, will be honored with four other finalists. The Lux award is an a attempt to recognize some of those people for their extraordinary contributions.
3 Lux medallion awarded to student leaders
Northern Iowa Today 17:2, p.6
9/1/1989 Biographical sketches of 1989 winners Theresa Koster and Jennifer Clemens.
4 University of Northern Iowa seniors raise over $55,000 for class gift fund.
Public Relations News Release 1988:446, p.1
4/25/1989 List of members of the Senior Challenge Committee. The class of '89 choose to renovate the Campanile. The structure shows signs of considerable deterioration and, without renovation, its future is questionable.
5 Senior Week activities planned for week of Mar. 5-10 at Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1988:318, p.1
2/24/1989 Students purchasing a $3 senior discount card will gain free admittance to many Senior Week activities and receive over 25 special discounts from area merchants through May 13. Activities begin Sunday with a wine and cheese reception hosted by Curris.
6 Dead week policy explained
Clemens--Jennifer A. (Class of 1989)
Northern Iowan 85:36, p.3
2/10/1989 Provides fuller information on policy provisions.
7 Students must work with new president
Clemens--Jennifer A. (Class of 1989)
Northern Iowan 84:44, p.3
3/8/1988 Did not like negative campaigning.
8 Northern Iowa individual events team places third in MAFL tournament on home ground; 23 schools attend
Public Relations News Release 1987:244, p.1
2/1/1988 Teams from twenty-three schools visit UNI campus for the Mid-America Forensics League Tournament. Northern Iowa's individual events team places third, behind Bradley University and the University of Wisconsin.
9 UNI individual events team to begin season Wednesday (Sept. 23) with exhibition performance
Public Relations News Release 1987:46, p.1
9/18/1987 Members of Professor Mary Ann Renz and Rich West's individual events team perform five presentations at the Communication Arts Center. The exhibition is open to the public, free of charge.
10 Another 'Top 10' national finish for UNI's individual events team
Public Relations News Release 1987:356, p.1
5/1/1987 The individual events team places eighth in the National Forensics Association Tournament. The team was accompanied by Professors Mary Ann Renz, Bill Henderson, and Julie Goodlick.
11 UNI Individual Events Team takes fourth in the nation at AFA nationals; individuals win 'personal best' with 3rd and 11th finishes
Public Relations News Release 1987:341, p.1
4/22/1987 Nine members of the Individual Events Forensics Team, coached by Professor Mary Ann Renz, attend the American Forensic Association competition. Shelley Schnathorst placed third in the nation, and Penny Geurink placed eleventh.
12 First place sweepstakes win for UNI's Individual Events team in MAFL tournament concludes regular season; nine team members qualify for AFA Nationals
Public Relations News Release 1987:292, p.1
3/30/1987 Professor Mary Ann Renz and Rich West accompany the nine-member team to the final Mid-America Forensic League Tournament of the year. Julie Goodlick and Bill Henderson led their team in the AFA National Tournament in Fargo.
13 UNI individual events team takes first place at state tournament
Public Relations News Release 1987:235, p.1
2/23/1987 The forensics team, coached by Professor Mary Ann Renz, achieved first place in the Iowa Intercollegiate Forensics Association tournament. Members competed in informative, persuasive, prose interpretation, and after dinner speaking.
14 UNI individual events team places second in MAFL home tournament; students place on road
Public Relations News Release 1987:205, p.1
2/5/1987 The individual events team, coached by Professor Mary Ann Renz and Richard West, placed second behind Bradley University in the Mid-American Forensic League. Team members competed in informative, persuasive, and sales speaking.
15 UNI individual events team begins new year in winning style
Public Relations News Release 1986:172, p.1
1/19/1987 The forensics team emerged from the St. Olaf Invitation pentathlon in third place. Five students, coached by Professor Mary Renz, competed in dramatic interpretation, sales speaking, duo interpretation, rhetorical criticism, and informational speaking.
16 UNI's Individual Events team places second in Minnesota Invitational
Public Relations News Release 1987:102, p.1
11/12/1986 Two of eight members of the Individual Events team were awarded individual sweepstakes awards in the Minnesota Invitational. The team competed in forms of public speaking and dramatic interpretation. Students were accompanied by four faculty members.
17 UNI individual events team takes second place at Mankato Invitational
Public Relations News Release 1987:71, p.1
10/21/1986 A team of university students participated in the Mankato State Invitational Tournament. The team was coached by Pofessor Mary Ann Renz and Rich West. Students competed in persuasive speaking, as well as dramatic and musical performances.
18 UNI names 1,274 students to 1986 spring semester Dean's list
Public Relations News Release 1986:470, p.1
7/3/1986 About 13.1 percent of the undergraduate student body were cited for scholastic honors; students must have earned a grade point average of 3.5 or above, while taking at least twelve hours of graded work. Students listed.
19 Residence Hall Association executives and other officers elected at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1986:435, p.1
5/16/1986 Schnekloth- President; Burken- Vice-President of programming; Smith- President of judicial affairs; Simmons- Secretary; Motter- treasurer; all officers all elected by their student body peers.
20 NFA, Interstate oratory wins cap an outstanding year for UNI individual events team
Public Relations News Release 1986:412, p.1
5/6/1986 Shelley finished second in the oldest national tournament in the country; two formers U.S. Senators are previous winners; UNI as a whole finished eleventh out of one hundred and eighteen schools.
21 National Tournament Honors for UNI individual events team members
Public Relations News Release 1986:374, p.1
4/18/1986 Four UNI students made it to the quarter-final competition at the American Forensic Association National Tournament, placing them in the top twenty-four students in their events; one student went to the finals.
22 Two more speakers qualify for nationals
Northern Iowan 82:47, p.6
4/4/1986 Kevin Saville and Jenny Clemens have first place wins at the Georgetown College Invitational Tournament.
23 Two additional events qualified by UNI forensics team students for nationals
Public Relations News Release 1986:333, p.1
3/31/1986 The wins bring up to eighteen the number of events qualified by UNI students for the American Forensic Association's National Tournament; nine team members will travel to Texas for the competition, along with their coaches.
24 UNI's individual events speech team continues its success with another sweepstakes win
Public Relations News Release 1986:318, p.1
3/18/1986 The win was number six for the team for the year; seven UNI team members now qualify for the American Forensic Association's national tournament.
25 District wins qualify additional UNI individual events team members for AFA nationals
Public Relations News Release 1986:303, p.1
3/11/1986 The American Forensic Association's National Tournament will be held in Arlington, Texas April 11-14.
26 Another MAFL victory for UNI's forensics team
Public Relations News Release 1986:290, p.1
3/5/1986 The forensic team gained another first place win for their individual events team.
27 UNI individual events team wins another first place in forensic tournament
Public Relations News Release 1986:253, p.1
2/10/1986 UNI was the defending champion going in to the tournament which was held at UNI; UNI finished first with 155 points while the 2nd place team had only 89 points.
28 UNI names 1,160 students to 1985 fall semester Dean's list
Public Relations News Release 1986:247, p.1
2/7/1986 About eleven percent of the undergraduate student body were cited for scholastic honors; to be on the Dean's list one must take at least twelve hours of graded work and have a gpa of 3.5 or higher; students listed.
29 Another sweepstakes honor for UNI's individual events team
Public Relations News Release 1986:221, p.1
1/27/1986 At the Mid America Forensic League tournament UNI's team placed first and two team members qualified for national competition.
30 Northern Iowa experienced/novice teams score well in forensic tournaments
Public Relations News Release 1986:151, p.1
1/17/1986 A seasoned UNI team placed fifth out of twnety-six schools; the novice UNI team placed third out of sixteen; list of the students and teachers that were involved.
31 Northern Iowa experienced/novice teams score well in forensic tournaments
Public Relations News Release 1985:37, p.1
11/15/1985 UNI experienced forensic team places fifth in a field of twenty six in the University of Minnesota Invitational Tournament. First year competitors placed third in a field of sixteen teams.

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