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Displaying 1001 - 1037 of 1037
Title Date Summary
1001 In last week's issue
Normal Eyte 5:9, p.65
11/16/1895 Table shows growth in enrollment and number of faculty; still much work to be done.
1002 The figures
Normal Eyte 5:2, p.11
9/28/1895 Enrollment is 707 in Normal proper, eighty-eight preparatory students, forty in grammar grades, and forty-three in primary department.
1003 The enrollment
Normal Eyte 5:1, p.6
9/21/1895 Enrollment is 823; 695 in normal course, sixty-eight in preparatory course, and sixty in special primary course.
1004 The opening week of school
Normal Eyte 5:1, p.1
9/21/1895 Enrollment approaching one thousand; Administration Building should be ready by January 1, 1896; landscaping and drives modified on campus front lawn; steps removed from Central Hall; power plant under construction; teachers deal with crowded classrooms.
1005 Our enrollment
Normal Eyte 4:28, p.441
4/20/1895 Has reached 607.
1006 Already there are
Normal Eyte 4:27, p.426
4/13/1895 597 normal students and twenty-six preparatory students enrolled.
1007 The school this term
Normal Eyte 4:25, p.396
3/30/1895 Not so many enroll this term as last term.
1008 At the beginning of the last term
Normal Eyte 4:15, p.229
1/12/1895 Enrollment now 660 students plus sixty-five in the Preparatory Department and sixty-two in the Training School; looking forward to completion of Administration Building; will enrollment reach one thousand?
1009 Our enrollment
Normal Eyte 4:7, p.107
10/27/1894 Has reached 673, with more still to enroll; previous high had been 521.
1010 Our school
Normal Eyte 4:3, p.37
9/29/1894 A look at the progress of the school; growth in enrollment, facilities, revenue, facilities, and reputation.
1011 There are already enrolled
Normal Eyte 4:2, p.28
9/22/1894 Fall enrollment includes 581 Normal students, sixty-seven in the Preparatory Department, and sixty in the Training School; promises to surpass last year's totals.
1012 There are enrolled
Normal Eyte 3:23, p.183
3/3/1894 There are sixty students in the Preparatory Department and sixty in the Training School; one hundred senior students are giving instruction in those departments.
1013 The increase in the number of boys in the school
Normal Eyte 3:18, p.142
1/27/1894 Two fifths of those enrolled are men; 133 are YMCA members.
1014 The enrollment
Normal Eyte 3:16, p.128
1/13/1894 Enrollment is: 496 Normal, 58 Preparatory, 59 Training School.
1015 Outside the office door
Normal Eyte 3:11, p.87
11/18/1893 Report on enrollment, appropriations, and graduates posted.
1016 Candidates for graduation
Normal Eyte 3:4, p.30
9/30/1893 Total now an unprecedented 156.
1017 Forty-four Fourth Years
Normal Eyte 3:4, p.30
9/30/1893 In Class of 1894.
1018 The enrollment has reached 451.
Normal Eyte 3:4, p.30
1019 Prof. Loughridge
Normal Eyte 3:2, p.15
9/16/1893 Notes that his Latin class today has more members than the total of classes graduated nine years ago.
1020 The enrollment
Normal Eyte 3:2, p.14
9/16/1893 433 in normal classes; thirty-four in preparatory department.
1021 This has been a week of school openings
Normal Eyte 3:2, p.9
9/16/1893 Normal School enrollment is down because of financial situation.
1022 The total enrollment
Normal Eyte 2:22, p.176
2/25/1893 Now 564.
1023 The enrollment has now passed the largest previous term's record
Normal Eyte 2:4, p.28
10/4/1892 Increased numbers of advanced students; breakdown by class; total of 530.
1024 Looking for a second year
Normal Eyte 2:3, p.23
9/27/1892 Higher enrollments show up in more crowded chapel.
1025 Seven years ago
Students' Offering 8:32, p.7
11/1/1883 Growth and success of the school; 1322 different students have enrolled in the first seven years..
1026 The School Board recently
Students' Offering 7:29, p.3
3/1/1883 With new building available, enrollment need not be limited and may accommodate four hundred students; new faculty will be added.
1027 The school opened
Students' Offering 6:20, p.6
11/1/1881 130 new students; total of 238 in attendance.
1028 As we issue the present number
Students' Offering 5:15, p.4
12/1/1880 Attendance has been good; about forty students have left to take a teaching position; Professor Gilchrist has more requests for teachers than he can fill.
1029 Spring term
Students' Offering 4:12, p.7
5/1/1880 Opens with fifty new students.
1030 A number of the old students
Students' Offering 4:10, p.7
2/1/1880 Enrollment for this term is 194.
1031 The present year opens
Students' Offering 3:9, p.4
12/1/1879 Largest enrollment so far; Boarding Department overflowing with students taking rooms downtown; some now teaching winter schools.
1032 Spring term
Students' Offering 2:7, p.4
5/1/1879 Comments on new students.
1033 The winter term
Students' Offering 2:6, p.4
3/1/1879 Work progressing; prospects for next term look good.
1034 The term has opened
Students' Offering 2:5, p.4
2/1/1879 152 have enrolled; board reduced to $3 per week to meet competition from boarding houses in town.
1035 Extract from the Principal's report
Students' Offering 1:4, p.4
12/1/1878 Numbers of students enrolled in various courses of study; breakdowns by class, terms taught, and home county..
1036 It may be a matter of interest
Students' Offering 1:3, p.7
6/1/1878 241 students are enrolled this year with the prospect of greater attendance next year.
1037 Colonel Pattee
Students' Offering 200:2, p.6
2/1/1878 Has been able to handle increase in students.


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