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Department of Residence (DOR)

Displaying 651 - 700 of 771
Title Date Summary
651 There's room for improvement
Northern Iowan 72:28, p.2
12/12/1975 The Northern Iowan staff feels there is room for improvement in the University's dealing with Hillside Courts; authority seems to be fragmented.
652 Academic dorm houses proposed
Wible--Pamela J. (Classes of 1977 and 2002)
Northern Iowan 72:25, p.5
11/25/1975 Ombudsman Office attempting to organize quiet floors in dorms.
653 Dorm too noisy?
Northern Iowan 72:17, p.8
10/28/1975 A men's "academic house" has been proposed.
654 Classes near normal; speakout successful; over thousand gather in Union
Moravec--Jeff (Class of 1977)
Northern Iowan 72:16, p.1
10/24/1975 Class attendance about normal; students and a few faculty speak and listen at speakout; consider pass/fail option, Dome, and residence hall problems; photo.
655 "Get off your butts!"
Piwowarski--Roger J. (Class of 1981)
Northern Iowan 72:8, p.2
9/26/1975 Some students complain about new alcohol policy for dorms, but writer claims that students failed to provide assistance when the policy was written.
656 Residence halls or prison cells?
Northern Iowan 72:1, p.3
8/29/1975 Student custodian cites many examples of vandalism in dorms; urges administration to get tough on enforcement.
657 Urges pride in dorms
Northern Iowan 72:1, p.2
8/29/1975 Cites examples of vandalism; reminds students that they all share in clean-up and repairs.
658 Coed houses face squeeze
Northern Iowan 71:53, p.1
4/29/1975 One floor of Dancer Hall may remain co-ed; fewer students signing up.
659 Living options study needs student input
Moravec--Jeff (Class of 1977)
Northern Iowan 71:49, p.2
4/15/1975 Students should contact their committee members.
660 RHOC explores residence options; 24-hour visitation is major issue
Le Beau--Carol
Northern Iowan 71:47, p.1
4/8/1975 Committee considering a number of issues.
661 Students should reconsider water fights, etc.
Blake--Debra S. (Class of 1978)
Northern Iowan 71:46, p.1
4/4/1975 Head of housekeeping services talks about destruction and theft in the dorms; photo.
662 Facts behind interim housing revealed
Enos--Patricia B. (Residence Staff)
Northern Iowan 71:43, p.2
3/7/1975 Pat Enos and Clark Elmer present their view of the housing situation for international students.
663 UNI experiences difficulties, Shull Hall best option available
Hansmeier--Thomas William (Class of 1954; Vice President of Student Services)
Northern Iowan 71:43, p.2
3/7/1975 Vice President Hansmeier gives his views on housing for international students.
664 Foreign students left homeless by university
Northern Iowan 71:27, p.2
12/10/1974 Student says dorms are scheduled to be closed for three weeks over Christmas.
665 Will meet to discuss food, housing
Northern Iowan 71:12, p.2
10/11/1974 Informal sessions will be held.
666 Housing OK
Northern Iowan 71:1, p.13
8/30/1974 Dorms are full, but not overflowing.
667 Living options may change; Regents grant authority
Northern Iowan 71:1, p.15
8/30/1974 Committee will study ways of meeting students' needs and wishes.
668 Unexpected dorm dwellers
Alden--Chris (Student--1976)
Northern Iowan 70:2, p.5
9/18/1973 Hall count is about three hundred above expectations.
669 Senate debates new dorm keg policy
Northern Iowan 69:48, p.1
4/20/1973 Dean Morris explains his decision to ban kegs in the dorms.
670 Council to decide future of coed housing experiment
UNI Century 1:2, p.1
3/1/1973 Administrative Council must vote by two-thirds majority to continue Dancer Hall experiment.
671 Alternative room and board payment plans announced
Northern Iowan 69:36, p.1
2/27/1973 Students may split fees over four payments.
672 Residence Hall Conference opens weekend session
Northern Iowan 69:21, p.7
12/1/1972 First annual conference will host fifty attendees.
673 UNI plays host to ACUHO Conference
Northern Iowan 69:13, p.7
10/27/1972 Residence hall administrators meet.
674 "It's more like living"; coed housing experiment
Bodnar--Edward W. (Class of 1974)
Northern Iowan 69:5, p.1
9/29/1972 Student reaction to coed arrangement on second and third floors of Dancer Hall are generally favorable; photo.
675 New advising program to be tested at UNI this fall
Northern Iowan 68:57, p.5
6/23/1972 Residence hall directors will advise undecided students.
676 End parietal rules
Northern Iowan 68:55, p.2
5/16/1972 Critical of UNI intentions to require freshmen and sophomores to live in dorms, based on the need to pay off the dorms.
677 Dorm rulings fate uncertain
Northern Iowan 68:37, p.6
3/3/1972 Rules relative to possession of alcohol and contracts may need to be changed if age of majority is changed.
678 Courts and the parietal rules
Northern Iowan 68:32, p.2
2/15/1972 If a university requires students to live in dorms, it ought to try to respond to the desires of the students required to live there.
679 MRA presidents respond to Bailey
Northern Iowan 68:30, p.2
2/8/1972 Detailed response on 24-hour visitation.
680 24 hour reality
Northern Iowan 68:29, p.2
2/4/1972 Believes visitation will prepare students for life; counters Regent Bailey's arguments.
681 Bailey's rebuttal to 24 hour visitation
Bailey--Ray V. (Member Board of Regents)
Northern Iowan 68:29, p.2
2/4/1972 Regent Bailey makes item-by-item reply to students' assertions.
682 24 hour privileges
Northern Iowan 68:21, p.2
12/3/1971 Believes dorm residents are old enough to work out any problems that occur.
683 Campbell girls push for 24 hour visitation
Northern Iowan 68:21, p.5
12/3/1971 Outline reasons for plan.
684 Coed housing committee asks for assistance
Northern Iowan 68:17, p.2
11/12/1971 Seeks student opinions on housing options.
685 24 hour visitation is the goal of three students
Northern Iowan 68:13, p.2
10/29/1971 Believe they have right to arrange their own lives.
686 University pays $35,818 debt to dorms
Northern Iowan 68:11, p.7
10/22/1971 Continues to pay for use of dorms for non-residential purposes.
687 A man needs a maid
Colonnese--Tom G.
Northern Iowan 68:5, p.12
10/1/1971 Humorous comments on maid service in dorms.
688 The walls are paper thin
UNI Quarterly 3:1, p.18
10/1/1971 Students talk about living in the dorms; they talk about what they like and dislike; photo.
689 Dorm situation on solid ground; director of housing claims
Northern Iowan 68:3, p.4
9/24/1971 Dorm occupancy declines only slightly; comments on current situation.
690 A "meaningful semester"
Pieper--Allen (Class of 1972)
Northern Iowan 67:56, p.2
6/18/1971 Critical of life in dorm.
691 Dress codes, Sunday meals discussed by Food Committee
Northern Iowan 67:55, p.12
5/21/1971 Results of survey of proposed changes.
692 Student committee seeks to improve dorm food
Northern Iowan 67:53, p.4
5/14/1971 Pop machines added; menu and service changes considered.
693 Task force reports on dorm needs
Northern Iowan 67:53, p.8
5/14/1971 Recommends facilities improvements such as carpeting, centralized maintenance, liberal decorating rules.
694 Toilet paper ripped off
Northern Iowan 67:50, p.5
5/4/1971 Residents punished for misbehavior.
695 Response
Kamerick--John Joseph (President of UNI)
Northern Iowan 67:46, p.2
4/20/1971 President Kamerick states his position on parietal rule.
696 New ruling restricts sophomore men to dorms
Northern Iowan 67:45, p.1
4/16/1971 Will make rule consistent with the rule for women.
697 Inter-Hall Court proposed
Northern Iowan 67:43, p.15
4/9/1971 AWS and MRA attempt to bring equity to justice system.
698 Regents Approve Revision of Parietal Rules at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1971:523, p.1
4/9/1971 Sophomore students under the age of 21 are now required to live in residence halls, effective Sept. 1972.
699 "Little people" like column
Northern Iowan 67:41, p.2
3/23/1971 Concerned about effects of potential lay-offs caused by cessation of maid service..
700 Senate meeting calls for end to dorm discrimination
Northern Iowan 67:41, p.1
3/23/1971 Seeks to eliminate gender distinction in residence requirements.


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