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201 UNI Community Visit Day in Cedar Valley
Public Relations News Release 2009:61, p.1
9/16/2009 Visit Day gives the university an opportunity to visit with Cedar Valley area residents about education, economic, cultural and social issues in the community and outreach programs at the College.
202 University of Northern Iowa celebrates Apple Month
Moore--Emily Janelle (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:5, p.6
9/15/2009 September is apple month. Dining service areas are serving apple items including apple tarts, apple crisp, apple cider, and apple turnovers.
203 Apples, cheese and comedy featured at Sept. 19 ACRE event
Public Relations News Release 2009:49, p.1
9/14/2009 The Cedar Falls Annual Community Read for the Environment will be at Hartman Reserve Nature Center. Attendees can sample apples from local orchards, help make apple cider and learn to make cheese from professor Jack Yates.
204 An all-natural waste of money
Boeckmann--Trevor Paul (Student--2007)
Northern Iowan 106:2, p.5
9/1/2009 The Institute of Science in Society, the Mayo Clinic, and the Environmental Protection Agency are quoted as questioning the value of organic foods. Two double blind surveys dismiss the theory that organic food tastes better.
205 Soy, rice or cow milk?
Gitchell--Erin Elizabeth (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 106:2, p.6
9/1/2009 Offers pros and cons of soy, rice, and cow's milk. The author is highly lactose intolerant and prefers the taste of soy milk. Studies have shown that soy milk contains a natural ingredient that may cause cancer.
206 Tray-free dining centers enhance sustainability
Haines--Gregory Lee (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:2, p.8
9/1/2009 Waste reduced by three thousand four hundred ninety pounds at Piazza and Rialto. Trays needed to run through the dishwasher; reduced use of chemicals, electricity, and water.
207 UNI's CEEE to host workshop on good agricultural practices
Public Relations News Release 2009:4, p.1
8/18/2009 This is an excellent opportunity for local food producers to learn directly from state leaders about safe measures for growing and selling healthy food. Two professors from Iowa State University will speak at the workshop, Sam Beattie, and Lester Wilson.
208 Second annual 'Taste Iowa!" food festival to take place, Aug. 29
Public Relations News Release 2008:619, p.1
8/5/2009 The second annual "Taste Iowa!" food festival will take place Saturday, Aug. 29 in Conrad. The exposition will feature local food producers, cooking demonstrations from an Iowa award winning chef, an all-Iowa barbeque cooking contest and food tasting.
209 UNI Museums to host free ice-cream social and pie-baking contest
Public Relations News Release 2008:613, p.1
7/29/2009 Free ice cream will be served courtesy of Hansen's Dairy along with free watermelon from Hy-Vee. "We are encouraging visitors to bring a picnic dinner if they want. The evening is about having good, old-fashioned family fun in a beautiful prairie setting.
210 Learn to make perfect pie crust at UNI Museums
Public Relations News Release 2008:603, p.1
7/14/2009 Sue Fletcher, creator of a collection of pie recipes from Cedar Valley cooks, "A Slice of Life: As Sweet as Pie," will teach a hands-on class about creating the perfect pie crust.
211 Cook up your family history with UNI Museums
Public Relations News Release 2008:599, p.1
7/8/2009 Learn unique and creative ways to preserve family recipes and memories. Rachelle Saltzman, Ph. D., folk-life coordinator for the Iowa Arts Council/Department of Cultural Affairs since 1995, will present "Cooking Up Your Family History."
212 Healthy, fresh, made-from-scratch meals to be served at UNI's laboratory school
Public Relations News Release 2008:593, p.1
6/29/2009 This new model school lunch program focuses on student health and will provide educational experiences for students and for school administrators across the state.
213 2009 guide to locally grown meats, fruits, vegetables now available
Public Relations News Release 2008:579, p.1
6/17/2009 The directory features information about where to purchase locally grown meats, fruits and vegetables in Black Hawk and neighboring Iowa counties. It also lists grocers, restaurants and institutions that buy local foods.
214 UNI Museum to host discussion on memorable family meals
Public Relations News Release 2008:568, p.1
6/5/2009 Roundtable discussion on "Sharing Slow Food Memories;" Summer exhibit "Slow Food to Fast Food: The Way Iowans Ate," on display. "This exhibit illustrates the visuals and tells us a story of what we know about the ritual of eating from 1870-1970."
215 UNI Museums seeks heritage recipes
Public Relations News Release 2008:554, p.1
5/28/2009 The museum wants to hear about learning to bake your grandmother's famous apple pie, sitting down for holiday dinner with corn bread dressing or the painstaking detail your mother took in prparing your family's favorite dish.f
216 Summer exhibit features nostalgic view of Iowa's foodways
Public Relations News Release 2008:548, p.1
5/22/2009 The Museums' nostalgic summer exhibit, "Slow Food to Fast Food: The Way Iowans Ate," will explore the major transformation in Iowa's foodways from the 1870s to the 1970s.
217 Loving food again
Becker--Mark Benedict (Class of 2009)
Northern Iowan 105:51, p.7
4/21/2009 Food is taken for granted. It is always on the shelf and available at our convenience. Humans need to consider the production, transportation, and preparation of their food.
218 UNI events this week
Northern Iowan 105:51, p.3
4/21/2009 Dates, times, and places for events on or near campus for the coming week.
219 The end of petroleum-food
Becker--Mark Benedict (Class of 2009)
Northern Iowan 105:47, p.7
4/7/2009 Concerns expressed with the use of petroleum to transport food. Dependence on fossil fuels questioned.
220 Failure of the "Green Revolution"
Becker--Mark Benedict (Class of 2009)
Northern Iowan 105:45, p.5
3/31/2009 The success of Norman Borlaug's "Green Revolution" in India disputed. Believes that increased crop yields have not aided the general population. The poor have no money to purchase the food.
221 Small-scale equals big problems
Grayson--Adam Michael (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:43, p.3
3/13/2009 World hunger and the lack of food will not be solved by returning to smaller farming operations. Appreciate the food on your plate, don't stress about how your food was made, but rather think of the people who don't have enough to eat.
222 Sugar and stress
Becker--Mark Benedict (Class of 2009)
Northern Iowan 105:36, p.8
2/17/2009 Believes that sugar consumption has changed from being used to keep the ruling class content to now being a nearly universal addiction. Living things respond to stress each day. The human response to stress is becoming less than positive.
223 Putting money in the garbage disposal
Krob--Nicholas Joseph (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:33, p.8
2/6/2009 Asks why only freshmen are required to purchase a 14 meal per week plan and why students should be billed for meals that they do not eat.
224 The wonders of a home-cooked meal
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:31, p.3
1/30/2009 Relaxing with family during a meal is important. There is less noise, no rush to head off to class, and no nasty weather conditions. Taking advantage of the Dashes meals on campus does allow eating in your room or other buildings.
225 What you can do
Bormann--Emily Ann (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:30, p.5
1/27/2009 Many difficult situations exist in the world today. It will take all of humanity to overcome bad economies, wars, and hunger. Even the small things individuals can do will help.
226 Old Chicago Pizza and Pasta to grace College Square Mall
Kuster--Therese Catherine (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:28, p.1
1/16/2009 The moderately priced, family friendly restaurant, Old Chicago Pizza and Pasta, will enhance the shopping experience at College Square Mall; photo.
227 Tips 4 finals
Dahlke--Lisa Renae (Student--2006)
Northern Iowan 105:27, p.10
12/12/2008 Offers tips for final examinations including finding a good study environment, preparing study guides limiting distractions, and staying healthy.
228 Family, food, and factory farms
Becker--Mark Benedict (Class of 2009)
Northern Iowan 105:26, p.5
12/9/2008 Considers the personal and global impact of eating meat; urges others to consider the implications.
229 Leopold Center Grant to fund new efforts by UNI's local food partnership
Public Relations News Release 2008:263, p.1
12/8/2008 Northern Iowa Food and Farm Partnership, housed in the Center for Energy and Environmental Education and an expansion of the Local Food Project, has facilitated institutional purchases of local produce, dairy and meat products for more than a decade.
230 Warm-up with winter recipes for the dorm
Stewart--Calli (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:25, p.7
12/5/2008 Recipes for chili and cocoa; photo.
231 The upside of graduation
Cook--Lindsey K. (Student--2005)
Northern Iowan 105:22, p.3
11/14/2008 The wind, tests and quizzes, the library, construction, and overpriced food are a few of the things that will not be missed upon graduation.
232 Things that annoy me
Krob--Nicholas Joseph (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:22, p.4
11/14/2008 Slow walkers, musicals, wet food trays, bikers, and going through drive throughs are a few things that upset some people.
233 Diners to enjoy locally grown meal, hear Californian physician's perspective of local and sustainable food
Public Relations News Release 2008:199, p.1
11/6/2008 Preston Maring, associate physician-in-chief at Oakland Medical Center in Oakland, Calif., and W. K. Kellogg Foundation Food and Society Policy Fellow, will present "Sustaining Iowa: Making the Connection between Food, Health, and the Land."
234 Buy fresh, buy local pays off
Northern Iowa Today 92:2, p.10
11/1/2008 A look at efforts by consumers and institutions to buy locally produced food and other goods; photo.
235 A big thank you to the parents
Krob--Nicholas Joseph (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:13, p.8
10/14/2008 Recognizes sacrifices made by parents for their children; appreciates parents for providing clothing, housing , food, and education for their children.
236 Avoiding a daily eating contest
Vogel--Angela Joy (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:13, p.9
10/14/2008 Texas A & M study shows that students living in the dorms eat 387 more calories per day than those living off campus. Those living off campus believe that they can control what is in their cupboards; photo.
237 Late night munchies
Dahlke--Lisa Renae (Student--2006)
Northern Iowan 105:13, p.7
10/14/2008 More food choices near campus late at night after the bars close would not only be convenient, but could prevent some serious incidents.
238 Homecoming 2008
Northern Iowan 105:11, p.12
10/7/2008 Themes of past Homecoming events, 2007 facts, food drive, and last year's sell-out football crowd remembered; photo.
239 A break from take-out
Battin--Ellen Margaret (Student--2007)
Northern Iowan 105:9, p.14
9/30/2008 Barmuda Corporation and the Iowa Restaurant Association are sponsoring "The Culinary Affair" at the Park Place Event Center; proceeds from the six course meal, including wine and appetizers, go to Iowa hospitality industry training programs; photo.
240 Omega Red hosts party at College Square Mall
Harken--Sarah (Student--2007)
Northern Iowan 105:9, p.4
9/30/2008 Annual party for tattoo and piercing studio will be held this week.
241 Increasing oldness in senior citizens linked to aging
Landhuis--Travis John (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:6, p.6
9/19/2008 Fear of the dangers from food contamination, health issues, and accidents can be overwhelming.
242 Grow something!
Becker--Mark Benedict (Class of 2009)
Northern Iowan 105:3, p.7
9/9/2008 Students urged to get involved in growing things. The process will help connect the person with the soil and their surroundings.
243 UNI gets an "A" in foods
Bardsley--Laura Lee (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:1, p.11
8/29/2008 Comparison of high school and college food options; photo.
244 A cultural transformation
Becker--Mark Benedict (Class of 2009)
Northern Iowan 104:58, p.2
7/18/2008 Thoughts on working with nature and the soil; photo.
245 Weekend fun in the Cedar Valley July 18-20
Northern Iowan 104:58, p.1
7/18/2008 Farmers markets, College Hill Arts Festival, BBQ'Loo and Blues Too!, Friends of the Library Used Book & Magazine Sale, plus music in Overman Park, Hub, Isle Casino, Reverb, and Jameson's.
246 EntreBash! Networking event planned for O'Brien County entrepreneurs on June 6
Public Relations News Release 2007:687, p.1
5/20/2008 EntreBash!, hosted by the UNI Regional Business Center and the O'Brien County Economic Development Corporation, is a networking event which offers technical assistance and the opportunity to network with fellow entrepreneurs.
247 Panther Portrait
Northern Iowan 104:54, p.sup 29
5/2/2008 Panther Bash is held every year; photo.
248 Sushi surprise
Bardsley--Laura Lee (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 104:53, p.1
4/29/2008 Fresh sushi at the Piazza; photo.
249 The bright side of rising oil and food costs
Hylton--Brittany (Student--2007)
Northern Iowan 104:53, p.7
4/29/2008 Rising costs do make us look for alternatives, whether it be in transportation or the way we eat. Appreciation of nature is enhanced by a slower pace of living.
250 UNI partnership seeks to expand reach of local-food economy
Northern Iowan 104:53, p.4
4/29/2008 Kamyar Enshayan proposes a local food distribution network and light processing of vegetables to add economic vitality to our area.

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