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Dining Centers

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Title Date Summary
251 ID meal ticket rumors untrue
Northern Iowan 65:22, p.9
11/22/1968 ID check is part of normal procedures.
252 Untitled
Northern Iowan 65:8, p.2
10/4/1968 Giant fly eats with students in the Commons.
253 Bland vegetables, fruit offered to dieters
Northern Iowan 64:57, p.1
5/17/1968 Special diets are available for those with particular needs.
254 1015 of 1506 Regents diners sign food service petition
Northern Iowan 64:42, p.8
3/19/1968 Students ask for improvements in food services.
255 Meal hours changes at Regents Center
Northern Iowan 64:35, p.8
256 Whose ticket is it?
Northern Iowan 64:35, p.2
2/23/1968 Unhappy that students must show identification in addition to their meal ticket.
257 Proposes monthly tickets with exclusion clause; for food service
Northern Iowan 64:9, p.2
10/10/1967 Suggests adding flexibility to dorm meal plans.
258 Administration to study--resident hall requirement of eating in food centers
College Eye 63:32, p.1
2/14/1967 Will install phones in each room of all except one men's and one women's dorm; defer action on buying trailers for faculty offices and on comprehensive exams; approve contract with campus planners.
259 Summer hours for dining and snacks listed
College Eye 60:58, p.1
260 Regents suggest dining rooms for study halls
College Eye 60:49, p.5
4/22/1966 President Maucker will look into matter.
261 Food service should be same at Commons, Regents
College Eye 60:9, p.2
10/12/1965 Believes that students at Commons should be offered the same food as those dining at Regents.
262 Males oblivious to their appearance
Bickel--Fran (Student--1963)
College Eye 57:16, p.2
1/25/1963 Believes men are slovenly in their dress in the dining rooms.
263 Snip Cat-"T"
Odegard--Gordon A. (Classes of 1960 and 1972)
College Eye 50:19, p.2
2/13/1959 Commentary about campus life.
264 Pastry queen retires . . . era ends
O'Brien--Michael F. (Class of 1961)
College Eye 50:12, p.1
12/5/1958 Frederica Frank retires after fifteen years; photo.
265 Action to begin on new dining, social facilities
College Eye 50:11, p.1
11/21/1958 President Maucker establishes committee to study matter.
266 Splitting an Infinity
Hauge--Verles Elaine (Class of 1958)
College Eye 49:5, p.2
10/11/1957 Sounds of jazz on the TC campus, losing the 'Freshman 20' (rumored twenty pounds gained by freshmen), inconsistent food in Campbell Hall.
267 Untitled
Maxwell--Patricia J. (Class of 1958)
College Eye 48:31, p.2
5/29/1957 Criticizes the Eye for those statements made concerning the dining situation in Campbell.
268 It's nice, but . . .
College Eye 48:30, p.2
5/24/1957 Comments on the dining situation at Campbell.
269 Untitled
Burland--Thomas (Student--1956)
College Eye 47:32, p.2
5/25/1956 Asks why senior students must eat on campus when TC is already overcrowded.
270 Devastating declaration
College Eye 47:3, p.2
9/23/1955 Discusses the new proposal to have all on-campus students eat in the dining centers.
271 Commons
Old Gold 0:0, p.7
6/1/1955 Three photos on this page featuring different activies that take place in the Commons building, such as dances , dining, and relaxation; photo.
272 Says 'Commons' sense needed
College Eye 44:21, p.2
2/27/1953 Pranksters make Commons work difficult.
273 Iowa State Teachers College, Commons
Public Relations News Release 1950:51, p.1
10/4/1950 The Commons, beautiful student center at the college in Cedar Falls, has five separate dining rooms.
274 Standard meal will further limit freedom of choice
Flanagan--James Martin (Student--1946-1947)
College Eye 37:41, p.2
8/2/1946 Comments on the Commons dining center and their newest idea of serving "standard" meals for faster service.
275 Cafeteria beats own record first week of school
College Eye 30:2, p.1
9/16/1938 Commons serves 1305 students on Monday, 5124 for the week.
276 Men, did he say? There were bedbugs, too!
Alumnus 22:2, p.10
4/1/1938 Alumnus J. F. Doderer recalls first days on campus in 1887; sleeping quarters; limited menus; Halloween prank.
277 New cafeteria is opened today
College Eye 25:12, p.1
9/11/1933 First meal to be served in the Commons cafeteria will be at 7:15 a.m.
278 Students here are "good" eaters, says cafeteria director
College Eye 23:39, p.2
4/22/1932 Student food preferences.
279 Society on campus slackens its pace; sorority pledge list is announced
College Eye 23:16, p.5
10/9/1931 Campus social calendar.
280 Types found in the cafeteria
College Eye 18:52, p.4
8/3/1927 Editorial comments on what you can learn from students around you just by stopping to listen while in the cafeteria line.
281 Cafeteria does big business
College Eye 17:26, p.1
12/9/1925 Statistics on the amount of food served in Bartlett Hall.
282 The Pop Off
College Eye 16:5, p.3
10/1/1924 Response to matter of requiring women on campus to eat in the cafeteria or the Bartlett Hall dining room; believes that it is a good policy.
283 Official
College Eye 15:2, p.2
9/12/1923 Notices of changes in staffing on campus.
284 What's your score?
Lockwood--Vera Ione (Classes of 1924 and 1926)
College Eye 14:34, p.2
2/28/1923 Comments on the cafeteria experience.
285 Inquiring Reporter
College Eye 13:18, p.4
1/18/1922 Students answer the question, "Do you think that it would be a good proposition to fix up the 'Old Ladies Gym' as a College Lunch Room to accommodate the students and to relieve the general rush at the eating places a the noon meal?"
286 The ambitious lassies
College Eye 13:10, p.3
11/2/1921 Poetic tribute to women who work in Bartlett Hall cafeteria.
287 Editorially speaking
College Eye 13:3, p.4
9/14/1921 Gives reasons why men don't go out for football; believes supper should be served later.
288 Student Council dealing with momentous problems
College Eye 12:13, p.5
11/24/1920 Discussed conditions in cafeteria and remuneration among faculty.
289 Bartlett Hall dining room
Alumni News Letter 4:1, p.2
1/1/1920 The Bartlett dining hall was opened and can accommodate 120 students.
290 Rules for eating at the cafeteria
College Eye 11:9, p.4
11/12/1919 Sarcastic rules.
291 A lively social evening at the cafeteria
College Eye 11:6, p.5
10/22/1919 Student employees at Bartlett Hal dining center have party.
292 Bartlett Hall dining room
College Eye 11:5, p.7
10/15/1919 Will accept 120 students in addition to those who live in Bartlett Hall.
293 College Cafeteria opens
College Eye 9:2, p.7
9/26/1917 Cafeteria is able to serve approximately 120 people at one time; new dining room will open in Bartlett Hall addition soon.
294 A short story
College Eye 7:4, p.5
10/13/1915 Professor Walters learns how a cafeteria works.
295 Cafeteria opens with big business
College Eye 7:2, p.5
9/29/1915 Bartlett Hall cafeteria opens on September 14, 1915, under the direction of Mildred Walls; serves four hundred meals at noon, fewer at breakfast and dinner;
296 The dormitory
Quarterly News Letter to the Alumni 0:0, p.1
9/1/1915 Women's dormitory is now open with Helen Broeksmit as Superintendent and Mildred Walls as Manager of the Cafeteria. Dorm will be named Bartlett Hall in honor of Moses W. Bartlett.
297 The women's new dormitory
Quarterly News Letter to the Alumni 0:0, p.1
7/1/1915 128 students will lodge in the new dorm, which will be completed by September 1. Four hundred students will be served meals daily.
298 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
College Eye 4:29, p.3
5/6/1915 News of important educators and education-related events; rooms are being rented in new dormitory.
299 New dormitory to open June 2nd; only dining service may be secured until opening of fall term
College Eye 4:27, p.1
4/22/1915 Dining services will begin June 2nd; dormitory will be ready for occupation in the fall.
300 The cafeteria
College Eye 4:27, p.6
4/22/1915 Will be completed June 2.


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