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Cohn--Norman U. (Classes of 1954 and 1957)

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1 UNI's Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education to host annual Holocaust Remembrance and Education Lecture
Public Relations News Release 2012:255, p.1
4/2/2013 Howard Reich will be speaking at the fifth annual Norman Cohn Family Holocaust Remembrance and Education Lecture. Reich is a critic for the Chicago Tribune and is the child of Holocaust survivors. The lecture is made possible by UNI alumni Normand Cohn.
2 UNI's Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education to sponsor Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony and lecture
Public Relations News Release 2011:263, p.1
4/4/2012 The Holocaust Remembrance Day will be recognized by the UNI Center for Holocaust and Genocide through a lecture on campus.
3 UNI's Holocaust and Genocide Education Program hosts new lecture series and Holocaust Remembrance Day Ceremony
Public Relations News Release 2008:474, p.1
4/16/2009 "The Holocaust and Contemporary Ethics: Legal, Religious, Political and Medical Ethical Implications of the Holocaust," will be the topic for the inaugural address for the Norman Cohn Family Holocaust Remembrance and Education Lecture Series.
4 Audience opinion ballots gives TC debate win
College Eye 48:25, p.3
4/12/1957 Over Harvard University team.
5 TC will debate Harvard tonight
College Eye 48:24, p.7
6 TC sends two to debate meet
College Eye 48:20, p.3
3/1/1957 At College of St. Thomas.
7 SLB president receives high praise for year's work
Cohn--Norman U. (Classes of 1954 and 1957)
College Eye 44:33, p.2
5/29/1953 Much of the Student League Board's success this year can be credited to Don Moskowitz.
8 Forum discusses students' powers
College Eye 44:25, p.10
3/27/1953 Group discusses role of Student League Board.
9 College Eye Bulletin Board
College Eye 44:17, p.3
1/30/1953 News from campus organizations.
10 Don Moskowitz, a junior from New York City, was elected president of the Student League Board for the 1952-53 academic year
Public Relations News Release 1951:613, p.1
4/11/1952 Moskowitz polled 636 ballots in the all-campus election. Clyde Dilley received 396 votes, and Norman Cohn received 310 votes. Other officers elected are listed.
11 Political rally marks end of hot campus campaign
College Eye 43:25, p.1
4/11/1952 Brief description of debates.
12 Students Don Moskowitz, Norman Cohn, and Clyde Dilley were selected as the top three candidates for Student League Board president
Public Relations News Release 1951:566, p.1
4/8/1952 An all-campus election will be held Thursday at which time the Student League Board president and officers for Men's Union, Association of Women Students, Women's Recreation association, Board of Control of Student Publications, will be elected.
13 Minority rules TC
Cohn--Norman U. (Classes of 1954 and 1957)
College Eye 43:24, p.2
4/4/1952 Encourages voting by everyone in order to gain a true majority.
14 Six presidential candidates tell what they stand for
College Eye 43:24, p.3
4/4/1952 Platforms of the candidates; photo.
15 State Attorney General Robert L. Larson will be guest speaker during the annual all-campus student election convocation Wednesday, April 9
Public Relations News Release 1951:561, p.1
4/3/1952 Three candidates for Student League Board president, top position in student government on campus, will also speak at the convocation, which is the feature of pre-election activities.
16 A practical solution to high book costs
Cohn--Norman U. (Classes of 1954 and 1957)
College Eye 43:23, p.2
3/28/1952 Suggests creating a student owned and operated bookstore.
17 Six SLB candidates taken out; others are urged to file
College Eye 43:23, p.1
18 It's your responsibility
College Eye 43:21, p.2
3/7/1952 Calls for people to participate in the student government.
19 Four students proved to be a veritable powerhouse during the University of Nebraska Intercollegiate Debate and Discussion conference at Lincoln, Neb.
Public Relations News Release 1952:407, p.1
2/25/1952 The squad which walked off with many honors was composed of Joan Welle, Newton; Bob Davis, Burlington; Don Moskowitz, New York City, and Norman Cohn, Waterloo. Lillian Wagner and John Pruis of the college English and Speech department are co-sponsors.
20 Cohn, Van Slyke named committee chairmen
College Eye 43:19, p.7
2/22/1952 For off-campus lounge committee.
21 Group of college debaters and faculty members all set for competition at Eau Claire, Wisconsin and Denver, Colorado
Public Relations News Release 1952:434, p.1
2/12/1952 Faculty an members listed: H. W. Reninger, head of the english and speech department; Lillian Wagner, debate coach at the college.
22 Seventeen student debaters face a busy weekend in debate tournaments at Eau Claire, Wisconsin and Denver, Colorado
Public Relations News Release 1952:433, p.1
2/12/1952 The students will be accompanied by Lillian Wagner, of the English and speech department and the college debate coach; Oliver Skalbeck, English and speech department, and Jean Hughes, assistant in charge of public school relations.
23 Contemporary affairs has class debates
College Eye 43:16, p.6
2/1/1952 Hear debate on wage and price controls.
24 Hilltopics
Braddock--Richard R. (English Faculty)
College Eye 42:38, p.2
7/20/1951 Continues controversy over Norman Cohn's letter concerning professors' poor communication.
25 'Awake, Students'
College Eye 42:37, p.2
7/13/1951 Defends professors against a recent article written by Norman Cohn.
26 Hilltopics
Hoar--Frederick William (English Faculty)
College Eye 42:37, p.2
7/13/1951 Defense of professors, who were attacked by Norman Cohn in previous letter.
27 Next year's committee chairmen and representatives of Men's union, student government organization at Iowa State Teachers,
Public Relations News Release 1950:371, p.1
5/17/1951 Arnie Jensen, president, appointed the new chairmen and representatives. Committee chairmen and representatives are listed.
28 Eight members of the Speech Activities club at Iowa State Teachers college will attend a debate
Public Relations News Release 1950:208, p.1
2/10/1951 The debate and discussion tournament will be in Wisconsin on Feb. 15, 16, and 17. The tourney, announced Fculty Advisor Lillian Wagner, is at the State Teachers College, Eau Claire. Students listed.

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