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Cold War

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1 U.S. needs a pro-Latin America president
Rawwas--Mohammad (Marketing Faculty), Leitner--Gabrielle (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 116:27, p.03
12/12/2019 On November 12, 2019, Evo Morale was deposed in a right-wing military coup that saw the fascist Jeanine Anez rise to power as the "interim president." The military coup was triggered by a report from the Organization of American States, which questioned the integrity of the recent election. No evidence was provided in the report to substantiate the claims made, and even those claims do not implicate the validity of the election. Morales was clearly the favorable option, and in any democracy, that should be honored.
2 Cold War soldier's story
McGuill--Lauren (Student--2019), Fortmann--Toni (Student--2018)
Northern Iowan 116:15, p.01
10/21/2019 Dr. Kenneth Atkinson, UNI Professor, and Cold War Veteran, gave his lecture, "Transporting the Nation's Secrets Across the Iron Curtain: A Cold War Soldier's Story" on October 16th, 2019. The event was hosted by UNI's Phi Alpha Theta History Lecture Series; photo.
3 UNI to host lecture on the Nevada Test Site Oral History Project
Public Relations News Release 2013:110, p.1
10/31/2013 UNI will host a lecture about the Nevada Test Site Oral History Project. Leisl Carr Childers will be giving the lecture. The Nevada Test Site Oral History Project documented the remembrances of those affected by nuclear testing during the Cold War.
4 Performance artist Marilyn Arsem to lecture at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2009:333, p.1
3/17/2010 Arsem is the founder of Mobius, Inc., a Boston-based interdisciplinary collaborative of artists. She is a full-time faculty member at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, where she teaches performance art.
5 Performance artist Marilyn Arsem to lecture at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2009:334, p.1
3/17/2010 Marilyn Arsem has been creating live events since 1975, ranging from solo performances to large-scale works presented at festivals, alternative spaces, galleries, museums, conferences and universities throughout North and South America, Europe and Asia.
6 Comic Books and gender roles will be discussed in next CROW Forum
Public Relations News Release 2008:175, p.1
10/27/2008 "Domestic Containment': Women and Romance Comics of the '50s and '60s will be the topic of a presentation by Paul Siddens, associate professor of communication studies.
7 Another Cold War
Public Relations News Release 2002:365, p.1
3/3/2003 Differences between the Cold War and the present situation in Iraq will be presented.
8 University of Northern Iowa student selected to participate in Soviet-American Peace Walk in the Soviet Union this summer
Public Relations News Release 1987:255, p.1
2/8/1988 Angela L. Rokusek is one of two-hundred American students selected to participate in the Soviet-American Peace Walk. The Department of Social Work supports Rokusek in raising the three-thousand five-hundred dollars required to embark on the trip.
9 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:164, p.1
12/3/1987 Nathaniel Richmond speaks on an arms reduction treated being developed by Reagan and Gorbechev. Pamela Redcliffe relays the symptoms of hypothermia. John Somervill explains holiday depression. Ivan Eland warns against the dangers of holiday decorating.
10 Stanley Foundation head to analyze foreign policy, U. S. - Soviet relations Tuesday at Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1987:68, p.1
10/6/1987 Jack Smith, director of the Stanley Foundation, appears at Maucker Union to speak on the citizen participation in foreign policy decision making. Smith held the position of chairman of the committee of Arms Control and Disarmament Organizations.
11 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:51, p.1
9/22/1987 Michael Sonnleitner explains the terms of a new arms reduction pact. Barbara Jones explains how libraries impact economic development. Ron Roberts examines Iowan stereotypes. Judith Krug speaks on censorship. Gaylon Halverson explains new tax laws.
12 Soviet view of American political system is topic of UNI panel Wednesday (Nov. 5)
Public Relations News Release 1987:83, p.1
10/29/1986 University professors were joined to discuss the variety of relationships shared between the Soviet Union and the U.S. since 1917. The lecture series was presented by the Historical Association and Phi Alpha Theta, and held in Maucker Union.
13 Egypt-Israeli aid expert to speak at UNI Monday April 20
Public Relations News Release 1980:506, p.1
4/16/1981 Gerald Kamens will speak on the series "Detente in the 80's'.
14 Second speaker on UNI 'Détente in the 1980s' series set for Monday April 6
Public Relations News Release 1980:470, p.1
4/1/1981 Another speaker will visit to talk about "Détente in the 1980s' as part of the series.
15 Détente in the 80's UNI topic during April
Public Relations News Release 1980:464, p.1
3/30/1981 Several speakers will address "Détente in the 1980's" as part of a series of presentations.
16 Peace on Earth
Wilbur--Thomas W. (Student--1968-1969)
Northern Iowan 65:29, p.2
12/20/1968 The United States and Soviet Union volley nuclear missles at one another.
17 Civil rights, communism, discrimination
Wiesenfeld--Julius (Mathematics Faculty)
College Eye 63:45, p.3
4/11/1967 Advocates the elimination of all forms of discrimination.
18 Reader disagrees with Fox 'Red' column
Tulasiewicz--Jan Bruno (Economics Faculty)
College Eye 56:10, p.2
11/17/1961 Letter feels that a past editorial oversimplified the problem between the Soviet Union and the US.
19 Fox would rather be red
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 56:9, p.2
11/10/1961 Explains his views on communism and the possible threat of nuclear war.
20 Time suggests new answer to Cold War
College Eye 51:21, p.2
3/4/1960 Suggests one million foreign exchange students as a strategy in the Cold War.
21 Obiter Scripta
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 51:8, p.8
11/6/1959 Responds to a reader's request for him to explain his statement that the Soviet Union would win an economic war with the U. S.
22 Obiter Scripta
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 51:4, p.8
10/9/1959 Discusses the idea of a peaceful economic war, proposed by Nikita Khrushchev.
23 U. S. will lift travel ban; seek expert, no Russian to attend
College Eye 50:26, p.1
4/10/1959 Recounting of Professor Poage's efforts to secure a representative of the Soviet Union for ACCIA.
24 You slap me and . . . .
College Eye 50:25, p.2
4/3/1959 Discusses a recent State Department decision to limit soviet diplomatic travel to Washington, D. C. and New York.
25 Obiter Scripta
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 50:3, p.2
9/26/1958 Questions the ability of the U.S. to make needed educational reforms while Russia can do so instantaneously.
26 Disarmament in London
College Eye 48:33, p.2
6/28/1957 Discusses the recent arms race.
27 Students favor big-four talk
College Eye 46:32, p.2
5/27/1955 Should the 'big four' countries join for a discussion?
28 More propaganda needed
College Eye 46:28, p.2
4/29/1955 Should America spend more money on oversees libraries and radio stations?
29 Russian editors to U.S.
College Eye 46:19, p.2
2/11/1955 Proposal to invite Russian newspaper editors to see American life firsthand.
30 What's going on in Russia?
Cias--Gerald W. (Student--1953)
College Eye 46:19, p.2
2/11/1955 New leader takes position in Russia.
31 APO to begin fund drive for Freedom Crusade
Potts--Norman Blaine (Class of 1953)
College Eye 44:18, p.2
2/6/1953 Campaign for democracy will be nation-wide.
32 Slaps McCarthy
College Eye 43:24, p.2
4/4/1952 Criticizes the actions of Senator Joseph McCarthy in his investigations of Communism.
33 Iowa joins 'hysterical battle'
College Eye 42:22, p.2
3/9/1951 Senate file 384 (Anti-Subversive Act of 1951) will require loyalty oaths of teachers to state.

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