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Dress Codes

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Title Date Summary
1 Private education does not mean better education
Goedken--Dani (Student--2020)
Northern Iowan 117:20, p.03
10/26/2020 Goedken discusses private and public education.
2 Dress codes are an attack on girls
Goedken--Dani (Student--2020)
Northern Iowan 117:17, p.03
10/15/2020 The author writes about her experiences with school uniforms and dress codes and how they disproportionally affect women.
3 STORC discusses leggings, ethics
McGuill--Lauren (Student--2019), Leitner--Gabrielle (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 116:7, p.04
9/23/2019 The Study of Religion Club (STORC) had its first club meeting of the year on September 18 in Bartlett Hall. The topic they discussed was leggings (the clothing) and whether they were appropriate in places such as school, college campus, church, and so on; photo.
4 Media portrays 'Goths' in a bad light
Gerling--Taylor R. (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 102:19, p.5
11/1/2005 Hopes public knows that dark clothes and make-up do not make a person bad or more likely to commit a crime.
5 Young, fly and classy? Another perspective on NBA dress code
Durley-Petty--Riebeil (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 102:17, p.17
10/25/2005 New dress code is stirring up controversy among players who believe they should be able to express themselves with their clothing.
6 NBA dress code is hardly a 'uniform'
Lietzow--Andrew Calvin (Class of 2007)
Northern Iowan 102:16, p.14
10/21/2005 New dress code requirements set forth are not strict or hard to abide by; photo.
7 Random rants hold some truth
Meinecke--Heather (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 102:10, p.7
9/30/2005 Writer covers several random topics including air fresheners, student wardrobes, and being engaged.
8 Let's eliminate women's dress code
Carpenter--Delburn (Class of 1965)
College Eye 59:9, p.2
11/6/1964 All students should be allowed to dress as they want to.
9 Let's have campus dress code for men
Alberts--Cathie (Student--1964)
College Eye 59:8, p.2
10/30/1964 Solution to unbalance of current dress code for women.
10 Women students may wear slacks to Saturday lunch
College Eye 57:15, p.4
1/18/1963 Change in rules for apparel in dorms.
11 AMRH adopts dress standards for Commons
College Eye 56:32, p.8
12 Code defeat shows maturity
College Eye 56:22, p.2
3/9/1962 Commons dress code defeated.
13 No further plans for defeated dress code
College Eye 56:22, p.4
3/9/1962 Measure needed two-thirds majority by received only 53%.
14 Commons dress code vote to be taken Thursday
College Eye 56:20, p.8
2/23/1962 Text of proposed dress code.
15 Dress code should be unnecessary
College Eye 56:12, p.2
12/8/1961 Editorial disagrees with the possibility of adding a dress code to the SCI campus.
16 Meeting to discuss conduct in Commons causes protest
Harlan--Roger G. (Class of 1963)
College Eye 56:9, p.3
11/10/1961 Students protest Commons dining room dress rules.
17 Commons voters down dress-up night proposal
College Eye 50:23, p.5
3/13/1959 Will discontinue Wednesday night dress-up.
18 The pop off
College Eye 17:26, p.7
12/9/1925 Criticizes overprotective rules.
19 Athletic notes
Normal Eyte 21:3, p.42
9/21/1910 Describes the new rules and regulations put into place for women's uniform requirements for the Department of Physical Education.
20 Delphian-Eulalian
Normal Eyte 20:32, p.532
5/11/1910 Hold joint meeting and receive new gavel from Margaret Oliver.
21 The Cedar Falls Record
Normal Eyte 17:28, p.433
4/17/1907 The Teeter Bill, requiring women to wear dresses of a certain length, was brought before the house and is discussed and seen as improbable.

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