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Grades and Grading Systems

Displaying 501 - 541 of 541
Title Date Summary
501 Alpha Delts lead fraternities in scholastic honors; good record made by Greeks in last term grades
College Eye 16:24, p.1
3/4/1925 Grade point averages broken down by fraternity and for the football team.
502 Ironical Ike says--; Cynical Sylvia says--
College Eye 16:19, p.4
1/28/1925 Jokes and commentary on campus life.
503 Over 650 students fail to make 15 grade points for fall term; college authorities give reasons they believe are causing delinquencies
College Eye 16:19, p.1
1/28/1925 Faculty and administration cite lack of student preparation and insufficient attention to college work.
504 The Inquiring Reporter
College Eye 16:19, p.3
1/28/1925 Students asked their opinions on the large number of students going on academic suspension; roster of respondents.
505 Stay with us
College Eye 16:17, p.4
1/14/1925 Students reminded of the grade point policy and consequent suspension for failing to maintain fifteen grade points per term; College Eye requests information on social events for publication.
506 "Poppy" Jones runs away with high grades; working way through school--makes forty-six grade points
College Eye 16:15, p.3
12/10/1924 Brief profile of Lora "Poppy" Jones.
507 Changes made in rules for intramural basketball
College Eye 16:15, p.6
12/10/1924 Eligibility requirements have been updated to include a grade point criterion.
508 Grade point rule puts jinx on spring track prospects
College Eye 16:15, p.6
12/10/1924 Three track runners on academic suspension; will be unable to join the team in the spring.
509 Over thirty students given walking papers; received less than fifteen grade points in two terms work
College Eye 16:15, p.1
12/10/1924 Policy aimed at eliminating those who are not serious or qualified to do college work.
510 The Inquiring Reporter
College Eye 16:15, p.3
12/10/1924 Students asked if the school's policy on academic suspension is proper..
511 Average grade of students 1922-1924; less than fifteen grade points in two terms means suspension
College Eye 16:13, p.1
11/26/1924 Report on students' grades over the last several years.
512 Brain and brawn
College Eye 16:7, p.4
10/17/1924 Describes college athletes as scholastic leaders as well as team leaders.
513 Editorially speaking; failures--without warning
College Eye 15:32, p.4
4/23/1924 Questions whether or not a student should be told he is failing prior to receiving the final grade.
514 Scholarship of men in school is compiled by dean; Philo Literary Society only organization without failures; men working for board above average
College Eye 15:21, p.1
2/6/1924 Statistics on the academic achievements of I. S. T. C. men.
515 The fact that we
College Eye 14:52, p.1
7/20/1923 Claims that the success of a teacher may depend on the grades they received in college.
516 Elimination of students
College Eye 14:17, p.1
10/11/1922 University of Iowa revises its grading system.
517 College Eye staff-elect
Old Gold 0:0, p.282
6/1/1921 Humorous suggestions on improving the college; photo.
518 Editorially speaking; concerning grades
Abbott--Roy Linn (Class of 1915; Science Faculty)
College Eye 12:28, p.4
4/6/1921 Grades depend on both faculty and students.
519 Editorially speaking; grades and mastery of a subject
College Eye 12:25, p.4
3/16/1921 Clarifies previous column; believes that grades are equivalent to mastering a subject.
520 Editorially speaking; about grades
College Eye 12:24, p.4
3/2/1921 Believes students should put schoolwork first and limit involvement in extracurricular activities.
521 Untitled
College Eye 12:24, p.4
3/2/1921 Encourages students who have bad grades to quit school and pursue other vocations.
522 Grade point system adopted; new scholarship standards
College Eye 11:26, p.1
3/31/1920 Effective June 1, 1920, students will be subject to new grade point system adopted by faculty; explanation of the meaning of the grades.
523 Should we see our grades?
College Eye 10:16, p.2
2/26/1919 Students do not understand why they are not allowed to see their grades; they think it would be helpful to them; currently they are permitted to know only if they passed or failed.
524 Editorial
College Eye 8:25, p.4
4/18/1917 Denounces students missing class on account of lack of sleep as well as vandalism in the cloak rooms; addresses disturbances during chapel services; questions excessive use of funds for a May Day parade; requests reporters have their stories in on time.
525 There was considerable surprise
College Eye 8:1, p.4
6/14/1916 Responds to student complaints regarding the new policy of grade reduction for unexcused absences from class.
526 Editorial
College Eye 1:5, p.75
4/19/1911 Editorial points out how many of the leadership and extracurricular positions on campus are held by a select group of students. A proposal has been made to give students college credit for their extracurricular activities.
527 Official
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 20:20, p.329
2/9/1910 University of Iowa has new grading system; article by Kenneth Colegrove published; breakdown of degrees and certificates for Class of 1910.
528 Official
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 20:9, p.152
11/3/1909 Rules for eligibility to participate in athletics and other extracurricular activities; invites students to visit the aquarium.
529 Official
Normal Eyte 18:19, p.292
2/12/1908 Faculty attempting to arrange the sequence of classes better; adopt new grading system; believes that much is to be learned from participating in debate, athletics, and oratory
530 The credit system; its origin and connection with the course of study
Normal Eyte 15:22, p.337
3/1/1905 Explanation of past practices and new rules pertaining to the credit system and the course of study.
531 New plans and new work; rapid growth of school makes necessary a readjustment of the courses offered
Normal Eyte 15:20, p.305
2/15/1905 Introduction of new courses in manual training, domestic science, and kindergarten make adjustment of existing curricula and degrees necessary; extensive description of the modifications.
532 Subjects for oratory; Iowa college oration evenly divided as to eulogies and discussions of live questions
Normal Eyte 15:16, p.243
1/18/1905 Topics of orations presented at other Iowa colleges; discusses the difficulties with cheating and grading students.
533 Northwestern has put her glee club under the control of the School of Music
Normal Eyte 15:7, p.110
10/22/1904 Northwestern University and the University of Michigan are giving college credit to their glee club singers.
534 Why no credit?; English Department could advance Normal interests greatly by giving credits for inter-collegiate debating and oratory
Normal Eyte 15:5, p.65
10/8/1904 Editorial encourages the awarding of class credit to those involved in the debate and oratory teams to reward students for their hard work.
535 Athletic control; the athletes must make good grades
Normal Eyte 14:30, p.466
4/23/1904 There is a minimum grade point average for athletic participation; faculty will enforce it.
536 If you know of any student being asked to quit athletics
Normal Eyte 14:30, p.467
4/23/1904 Some of those men may not be using their potential study time effectively.
537 Mid term examinations are over
Normal Eyte 9:7, p.156
10/28/1899 Students who have poor grades have been informed.
538 The new marking system
Normal Eyte 8:17, p.234
1/21/1899 Will give four grades: Passed, Fair, Good, and Excellent; philosophy behind the change; each department will determine what is "Passing".
539 No person enrolled as a student
Normal Eyte 6:6, p.62
10/17/1896 Students must attain passing grades in order to participate in extracurricular activities.
540 Faculty regulations
Normal Eyte 5:4, p.26
10/12/1895 Students whose grades are below passing will not be allowed to participate in extracurricular activities such as athletics, oratory, or debate; athletic activities will be confined to prescribed hours.
541 Why are we here?
Normal Eyte 2:24, p.190
3/11/1893 Believes students should seek education, not concentrate solely on grades.


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