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Extracurricular Activities

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Title Date Summary
1 Volunteer fair draws in students
Jamtgaard--Katherine A (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 111:5, p.4
9/15/2014 Forty-three organizations filled the Union for the annual volunteer fair; photo.
2 Volunteer fair draws in students
Jamtgaard--Katherine A (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 111:5, p.4
9/15/2014 Forty-three organizations filled the Union for the annual volunteer fair; photo.
3 Build your own future as students
Beard--Renae (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 110:52, p.3
4/24/2014 This column stresses the importance of learning outside of the classroom.
4 PMB is on the beat
Ruggles--Jacinda Rose (Student--2012)
Northern Iowan 110:4, p.1
9/10/2013 The Panther Marching Band is looking forward to this year's football season. The band has a record 280 members this year. Many students involved with the marching band see it as more of a family than an organization; photo.
5 It's the most wonderful time of life
Peterson--Caitlin Anne (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 110:2, p.5
8/30/2013 The author showcases many different ways to make the most of the college experience at each grade level. She stresses how important it is to get involved and to meet new people.
6 The more you (and I) know
Konrardy--Nathan Arnold (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 109:33, p.4
2/8/2013 Author maintains involvement in extracurricular activities while at UNI is an experience everyone should have. Involvement in any capacity provides important learning experiences that are necessary for personal growth.
7 Extracurriculars are not just for fun: it pays to get involved
McKone--Madison Elizabeth (Student--2012)
Northern Iowan 109:16, p.4
10/19/2012 Believes that extracurricular activities broaden the college experience, enhance a student's social life, and unite classroom and more practical knowledge.
8 New shoes, new life
Early--Thomas Michael (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 108:1, p.7
8/26/2011 Students challenged to participate in clubs, speakers, athletic events, concerts, and conference presentations. Take advantage of the opportunities available during your college experience.
9 After school: UNI's intellectual wasteland
Dippold--Michael Steven (Student--2010)
Northern Iowan 107:31, p.7
1/28/2011 Readers urged to take advantage of the lectures and presentations outside the classroom. Students seem not to want to take time to be exposed to new ideas and experiences.
10 Looking for ways to spend free time?
Hayne--Cassandra Kay (Student--2007)
Northern Iowan 107:1, p.12
8/27/2010 Getting involved in campus activities can be a key factor in college success. Campus Activity Board activities on Thursday evenings, intramurals, Camp Adventure, and the Northern Iowa Student Government are examples; photo.
11 In response to "Get involved today"
Brown--Mandy (Class of 2008)
Northern Iowan 106:25, p.5
12/4/2009 Believes many students are happy just going to class and spending time with their present friends. It is comforting to know that many groups are available to join.
12 Get involved today
Uhlenkamp--Jessica Ann (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:23, p.8
11/17/2009 Recent survey reveals only forty per cent of students are involved in extracurricular activities. Believes that college is not only classroom knowledge, but also the contacts made outside of class. Many organizations await your inquiry.
13 Get off the couch and get involved already
Glaser--Jordan Moye (Student--2007)
Northern Iowan 104:43, p.7
3/14/2008 Involvement in extracurricular activities looks great to employers, especially if they are professional activities. Students urged to try different things.
14 Welcome back
Northern Iowan 104:28, p.5
1/18/2008 Urges students to take a look at their campus and to participate in campus activities.
15 Stepping outside of the box with your life
Meinecke--Heather (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 102:38, p.7
2/17/2006 Encourages students to explore interests before leaving college when it may seem too late.
16 Panel says budget cuts limit UNI students
McCue--Timothy M. (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 101:51, p.1
4/15/2005 Panel members give their viewpoints of the university's budget cuts and what effects they have had on the university.
17 The programmed generation
Crane--Ryan P. (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 101:32, p.5
1/28/2005 Believes that many students do not participate in volunteer work or extracurricular activities because they were overactive in high school. Encourages students to become more actively involved on campus.
18 Final column yields myriad thoughts
Heggen--Joshua L. (Student--2001-2003)
Northern Iowan 100:27, p.7
12/9/2003 Key to college is finding balance between work and play.
19 Co-curricular transcript?
Crane--Ryan P. (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 100:4, p.1
9/12/2003 Students and instructors are developing a resume and a verified record of co-curricular activities online for students to release with their transcript.
20 How much extracurricular activity is too much?
Public Relations News Release 2002:186, p.1
11/11/2002 Dangers of overloading oneself with too many activities will be talked about.
21 Two weeks too few
Northern Iowan 99:18, p.7
11/1/2002 Claims that switching to the proposed 15-week academic calendar will force students to complete the same workload in less time and will decrease participation in student organizations.
22 Greek system offers many opportunities
Furhman--Jeff
Northern Iowan 97:32, p.9
1/26/2001 Encourages students to get involved in extracurricular activities.
23 Opportunities abound at FUNION
Qureshi--Amina
Northern Iowan 95:3, p.5
9/4/1998 Students can learn about extra-curricular activities and organizations at FUNION 98 Wednesday in the Union.
24 Make your mark, get involved
Arbuckle--Amanda A. (Class of 2001)
Northern Iowan 95:2, p.11
9/1/1998 Over two hundred organizations are open for student involvement on campus; FUNION '98 will take place September 9; photo.
25 Don't let your college years pass you by without notice
Patocka--Jason (Class of 2000)
Northern Iowan 95:1, p.8
8/28/1998 Students should get involved in activities and groups outside their classes.
26 Students' needs outweigh extracurricular activities
Martin--Christopher R. (Communication Studies Faculty
Northern Iowan 94:36, p.8
2/13/1998 Columnist comments on better uses of the Lang Hall auditorium.
27 Grades can't fill resume by themselves
Jewell--Chad M. (Class of 1998)
Northern Iowan 94:24, p.6
11/21/1997 Believes students need to participate in activities outside the classroom.
28 Carpe diem: motto for life in college
Jewell--Chad M. (Class of 1998)
Northern Iowan 94:8, p.7
9/26/1997 Urges students to enjoy college life and take part in all sorts of activities.
29 How many students think work, extra-curricular activities affect their grades? Part two of a two-part series
Cross--Scott
Northern Iowan 93:54, p.13
4/29/1997 Review of survey of how students spend their time.
30 Building good resumes begins by being actively involved
Buchholz--Cheryl L. (Classes of 1995 and 2000)
Northern Iowan 92:37, p.6
2/20/1996 Urges students to participate in campus organizations and internships.
31 Extracurricular activities tell a lot; interviewing provides insights into human nature
Manuel--Timothy J. (Class of 1995)
Northern Iowan 91:16, p.4
10/18/1994 Activities can help students get jobs.
32 Hanish encourages student involvement in organizations
Hanish--Janice M. (Assistant Vice President for Outreach and Special Programs)
Northern Edition 1:2, p.8
9/10/1993 Jan Hanish outlines advantages of participation in organizations.
33 Out-of-classroom study teaches students most
Boyce--Lynn Marie (Class of 1988)
Northern Iowan 84:43, p.2
3/4/1988 Text of remarks by Ed Rutkowski on value of extracurricular activities.
34 Extracurricular groups strengthen UNI's image
Northern Iowan 84:31, p.2
1/22/1988 Victories over Iowa and Iowa State may give UNI credibility.
35 Untitled
Hoff--Gary
Northern Iowan 76:13, p.2
10/16/1979 Cartoon finds that 'extracurricular activities' are more interesting than learning.
36 Discount cards for concerts, films proposed
Skubinna--Martin L. (Class of 1976)
Northern Iowan 75:4, p.2
9/12/1978 Suggestions made to offer students a discount card for university services and functions.
37 SCI personnel ought to come out of nests
Liebbe--James ( Jim) (Class of 1966)
College Eye 63:34, p.2
2/21/1967 Contends that intellectual interchange is more important than a material degree.
38 Wood: teenagers revolting against ant-like mold
Wood--Stanley G. (Class of 1931; Theater Faculty)
College Eye 59:48, p.2
7/9/1965 Teenagers want better, more exciting use of leisure time.
39 Vegetableism not cured by social activities whirlwind
Nisula--Joann
College Eye 59:43, p.2
5/21/1965 Students don't come to college to get involved in activities; come to get an education.
40 Many opportunities for student's cultural growth
College Eye 59:11, p.2
11/30/1964 Organizations, magazines, production are available to students.
41 Participation in campus activities has rewards
College Eye 58:31, p.2
6/19/1964 Students should enjoy activities outside of class.
42 It's not that we're against wasting study time. . .
College Eye 57:1, p.2
9/14/1962 Encourages students to join a school activity.
43 So let's have another cup
College Eye 56:1, p.2
9/15/1961 Believes that a good part of education is obtained outside the classroom.
44 Honors convocation at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:418, p.1
5/19/1961 Dean William C. Lang presides over the All-College Honors Convocation, where students are recognized for scholarship, and extra-curricular activities. Professor Howard Jones gives the opening address and the College Band provides music. Students listed.
45 Study habits needed in successful student
Easter--Jerry (Dee)
College Eye 52:1, p.6
9/16/1960 Jerry Easter emphasizes that the most important part of college is academic work, and not extracurricular activities.
46 Welcome new students
College Eye 52:1, p.6
9/16/1960 Urges moderation in activities besides homework.
47 Can we participate and study too?
College Eye 51:33, p.4
6/24/1960 Overviews two articles concerning student involvement in extracurricular activities.
48 Study should come first . . . .
Easter--Jerry (Dee)
College Eye 51:33, p.4
6/24/1960 Claims that a student's purpose here is to learn.
49 Untitled
Burkhart--Roger (Class of 1959)
College Eye 50:10, p.2
11/14/1958 Contends that there is not enough time to participate in all of the extracurricular activities on campus.
50 Study peculiarities are uncovered among students
College Eye 49:21, p.1
2/28/1958 Report on a survey of study habits of students.

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