IndexUNI: Database of University Articles


Displaying 251 - 300 of 456
Title Date Summary
251 Special to: Hampton Chronicle
Public Relations News Release 1951:75, p.1
10/11/1951 Ernie Doeringsfeld, Hampton, has been elected secretary-treasurer of Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics fraternity at the college.
252 Special to: Hampton Times
Public Relations News Release 1951:75, p.1
10/11/1951 Ernie Doeringsfeld, Hampton, has been elected secretary-treasurer of Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics fraternity at the college.
253 Special to: Hartley Sentinel
Public Relations News Release 1951:75, p.1
10/11/1951 Dick Munster, Hartley, has been elected corresponding secretary of Lambda Gamma Nu, local fraternity at the college.
254 Special to: Lake Mills Graphic
Public Relations News Release 1951:75, p.1
10/11/1951 Tom Swenson, Lake Mills, has been elected president of Lambda Gamma Nu, social fraternity at the college.
255 Special to: Newton Daily News
Public Relations News Release 1951:75, p.1
10/11/1951 Wanda Ponder, Newton, has been elected president of Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics fraternity, at the college.
256 Special to: Ottumwa Daily Courier
Public Relations News Release 1951:75, p.1
10/11/1951 Jack Wilkinson, Ottumwa, has been elected vice president of Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics fraternity at the college.
257 Special to: Waverly Democrat
Public Relations News Release 1951:75, p.1
10/11/1951 Arlan Rahlf, Waverly, has been elected vice president of Lambda Gamma Nu, local social fraternity at the college.
258 In defense of social fraternities
Young--James (Jim) (Student--1950)
College Eye 42:28, p.2
4/27/1951 Lists recent acts of goodwill performed by Alpha Chi Epsilon.
259 Rendezvous
College Eye 42:28, p.5
4/27/1951 Greek happenings on campus.
260 Martha May, 21-year-old junior from Knoxville, was recently voted Sweetheart of Lambda Gamma Nu, campus social fraternity.
Public Relations News Release 1950:233, p.1
2/22/1951 Martha May was presented at the fraternity's traditional Sweetheart dance last weekend (Sat., Feb. 17).
261 Campus challenge presented: Hell Week or Greek Week?
College Eye 42:19, p.2
2/16/1951 Fraternity man argues against Hell Week.
262 Recognizing, respecting and guiding the abilities of others are the most essential marks of a leader, said Dr. Earl W. Anderson
Public Relations News Release 1950:192, p.1
1/27/1951 Anderson said, "A leader doesn't necessarily know the answers, but he must know how to get the answers." Anderson, professor of education at Ohio State University, is chairman of the National Education association's commission on teacher education.
263 Pledges announced at Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1950:70, p.1
10/11/1950 Pledges to six fraternities and sororities and the Pep Club have been announced by organization officers. Students listed.
264 Untitled
College Eye 42:3, p.5
9/29/1950 Remark against showy fraternities.
265 Fraternities aren't what they used to be; war has changed 'Hell Week'
Grummer--Arnold E. (Class of 1949)
College Eye 40:39, p.1
8/5/1949 Points out trends that have influenced fraternities in recent years.
266 Fraternity doings hit new high
Old Gold 0:0, p.67
6/1/1949 Photos.
267 Rendezvous
College Eye 39:27, p.6
4/16/1948 News and events of campus Greek organizations.
268 Rendezvous
College Eye 39:24, p.6
3/26/1948 News about campus Greek organizations.
269 Rendezvous
College Eye 39:23, p.7
3/19/1948 Greek organizations and their activities.
270 Rendezvous
College Eye 39:21, p.5
2/27/1948 Greek happenings around the campus .
271 Rendezvous
College Eye 39:20, p.7
2/20/1948 Greeks and their activities.
272 Inter-fraternity dance in Commons tomorrow
College Eye 38:28, p.3
273 Interfrat dance is next Sunday
College Eye 38:27, p.4
274 Fraternities will reorganize soon says Dean Ellis
College Eye 37:24, p.1
3/15/1946 Xanho and Phi Sigma Epsilon in early stages of revival.
275 World War II veterans meet with President and Mrs. Price
Public Relations News Release 1945:236, p.1
9/19/1945 Veterans and current students at I. S. T. C. met to plan a veterans fraternity. Fifty eight veterans are enrolled. Thirty are attending under the G. I. bill of rights.
276 Fortieth Anniversary
Public Relations News Release 1943:137, p.1
12/6/1943 The national music fraternity, Sigma Alpha Iota, was founded forty years ago. There was an Incorporation Day breakfast and a guest speaker.
277 Bigger job than ever for Dean Reed
College Eye 35:2, p.1
9/17/1943 Dean Reed is still in charge of men's dorm facilities even though they are now occupied by military personnel; located rooming house facilities for the few men who are enrolled; fraternities not active this year.
278 Alpha Chi Epsilon
Old Gold 0:0, p.128
6/1/1943 This social fraternity was established on campus in 1915. Activities of note are the Boilermaker's Brawl and a Homecoming dinner. Several members have been called into service for the war; photo.
279 Alpha Delta Alpha
Old Gold 0:0, p.129
6/1/1943 With John Marinos as president, one of this fraternity's purposes is to increase knowledge. Stag parties composed the main social life, with a spring informal dance being cancelled due to so many men gone to service; photo.
280 Lambda Gamma Nu
Old Gold 0:0, p.130
6/1/1943 Another fraternity that has seen members get called up for service, the "Beans", as they are called, hold smokers, bull sessions, and get-togethers during the year aswell as a dinner-dance; photo.
281 Phi Sigma Epsilon
Old Gold 0:0, p.131
6/1/1943 The only national social fraternity at Teachers College this year, the group holds social events such as Homecoming dinner and sleigh riding in the winter. Many members have gone into service; photo.
282 Sororities and Fraternities
Old Gold 0:0, p.117
6/1/1943 The five fraternities and ten sororities on campus develop leadership and promote high scholarship on campus, the hold social gatherings such as formal dances and informal gatherings, such as picnnics; photo.
283 Tau Chi Eta
Old Gold 0:0, p.181
6/1/1943 The organization behind the scenes which plans some of the ideas for rousing the campus for the game of the week, it has representation from all sororities and fraternities, I Club, student body, and all cheerleaders are members; photo.
284 Xanho
Old Gold 0:0, p.132
6/1/1943 Organised in 1904 to foster good fellowship and to fit members into college life, this fraternity holds dances, stag parties and an alumni dinner at Homecoming; photo.
285 Inter frat dance tonight features patriotic theme
College Eye 34:18, p.1
286 Inter frat council dance semi-formal affair February 12
College Eye 34:17, p.1
287 Fraternities and Sororities
Old Gold 0:0, p.149
6/1/1942 Social entertainment; photo.
288 Social Life in the city upon the hill
Old Gold 0:0, p.123
6/1/1942 Students relaxing; photo.
289 Guestorially speaking
Ritze--Frederick H. (Class of 1942)
College Eye 33:32, p.2
5/15/1942 Discusses the affect of the war on fraternities.
290 Xanhos take lead with 21 pledges
College Eye 32:8, p.3
11/1/1940 List of pledges for all fraternities.
291 Smoker secrets are revealed by fraternity men
College Eye 32:4, p.3
10/4/1940 Students tell what they think a fraternity smoker really is.
292 Smokers are planed by five fraternities
College Eye 32:3, p.3
9/27/1940 Quick look at smoker activities.
293 Dale Gidley clinches links championship in fraternity race
College Eye 31:36, p.4
6/21/1940 Dale Gidley took first place in the interfraternity golf tournament; Fred Adams took first in the Men's Union tournament.
294 Alpha Chi's lead in fraternity scholarship
College Eye 31:26, p.1
4/5/1940 Lead fraternities with 2.42 GPA.
295 Dr. Koo to make address at all-college stag party
College Eye 31:20, p.3
2/16/1940 Hope to promote contact between fraternity and non-fraternity men.
296 Hell Week sentries guard campus
College Eye 31:16, p.3
1/19/1940 Fraternity pledges guard the cannon from potential invaders; photo.
297 The Greek Rendezvous
Rice--Helen (Student--1939)
College Eye 31:16, p.3
1/19/1940 Briefly comments on activities of fraternities and sororities.
298 Fraternities to initiate pledges this weekend
College Eye 31:13, p.3
12/15/1939 List of pledges.
299 Phi Sigs swim to victory in inter-frat. meet
College Eye 31:9, p.4
11/10/1939 Phi Sigma Epsilon win intramural swim meet.
300 Fraternity smoker dates announced
College Eye 31:1, p.5
9/15/1939 Get acquainted meetings scheduled.


Questions about this service?

Contact Jaycie Vos, University Archivist | (319) 273-6307


1227 W 27th Street
Cedar Falls, Iowa 50614
(319) 273-2838  |