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Displaying 851 - 879 of 879
Title Date Summary
851 Sororities entertain rushees; organizations plot to pledge new students
College Eye 29:12, p.3
12/3/1937 Description of plans for each sorority as they prepare for rush.
852 Social sororities plan parties for rushees; deferred rushing ends as new term begins
College Eye 29:11, p.1
11/19/1937 Rules for sorority rush.
853 Greeks slate Homecoming get-togethers
College Eye 29:5, p.3
10/8/1937 Schedule of Homecoming activities.
854 Sororities, fraternities name officers; plan dinners
College Eye 29:4, p.3
10/1/1937 List of officers, pledges; schedule of activities.
855 Rushing withheld during fall tem
College Eye 29:2, p.3
9/17/1937 Greeks will not pledge until winter term; will allow freshmen more time to adjust to college life.
856 Council forms rush rules for all girls
College Eye 29:1, p.5
9/9/1937 Rules for sorority rush.
857 Student Council revisions
Alumnus 21:3, p.3
7/1/1937 Council members to be nominated by Men's Union and Women's League; question about future of fraternities in light of Baker and Seerley Hall facilities.
858 No more Hell Week (maybe)
Alumnus 21:2, p.3
4/1/1937 Fraternities outline new rules for initiation.
859 Coeds tell all---why they join or don't join sororities on campus
College Eye 28:12, p.1
12/4/1936 Women give their reasons for joining or not joining a Greek organization.
860 Men join frats to win elections "Open door to social activities"; men about campus disagree on fraternity ideals and virtues
College Eye 28:12, p.1
12/4/1936 Men talk about the value of fraternities.
861 Pledges named; V. O. V. Sigma Phi heads lists with 13
College Eye 28:5, p.4
10/8/1936 List of pledges.
862 Rushing activities still hold center of campus activities
College Eye 28:3, p.3
9/25/1936 Campus social calendar.
863 Parties planned by fraternities, sororities
College Eye 27:21, p.3
11/15/1935 Description of parties.
864 Sororities and fraternities will entertain alumni
College Eye 27:17, p.3
10/18/1935 Schedule of social activities for Homecoming.
865 Latham fetes campus leaders at annual dinner
College Eye 26:16, p.1
10/12/1934 Gayle Howe summarizes changes in the school over the last ten years.
866 Campus life
Alumnus 18:3, p.15
7/1/1934 Campus scenes from Old Gold include working for board, hazing, and registering with Placement; photo.
867 The Greeks have a letter for it!
College Eye 25:29, p.2
2/2/1934 The number of Greek groups has increased significantly.
868 Illegal voting stops freshman class election; voters give wrong names and get ballots from political rivals
College Eye 24:6, p.1
10/14/1932 Election halted amidst defacing of posters and illegal voting.
869 Rush week may be over but society at T. C. continues to rush on
College Eye 23:15, p.5
10/2/1931 Campus social calendar.
870 New fraternity accepted
Alumnus 14:3, p.17
7/1/1930 Chi Pi Theta organized in 1926; now holds membership with other men's social fraternities on Interfraternity Council.
871 The Editor's Column
College Eye 21:9, p.4
11/8/1929 Urges student organizations to be leaders; asks students to invite fathers for Dad's Day; asks Greek organizations to attend Armistice Day services together.
872 The staff makes a change
College Eye 21:2, p.4
9/19/1929 Greek news will be moved to the literary society page.
873 What about fraternities on the Hill?
College Eye 16:22, p.4
2/18/1925 Arguments in favor of fraternities and sororities in response to the February 11 Pop Off letter denouncing them.
874 The Pop Off
College Eye 16:21, p.3
2/11/1925 Fraternities and sororities in Cedar Falls denounced because of poor social qualities and snobbish natures.
875 Is the American college fraternity system doomed?
Frye--E. B.
College Eye 16:18, p.4
1/21/1925 Negative aspects of fraternities addressed and members urged to correct them.
876 Sorority rush week
College Eye 16:5, p.5
10/1/1924 Plans for rushing.
877 A reply
College Eye 7:28, p.1
5/3/1916 Xanho and Hobo fraternities respond to last week's editorial questioning the presence of fraternities and sororities on campus.
878 What we are willing to do
College Eye 7:28, p.4
5/3/1916 College Eye staff challenges fraternities and sororities to a public debate to discuss whether or not they should be allowed to continue on campus.
879 Fraternities and sororities
College Eye 7:27, p.4
4/26/1916 Questions the presence of fraternities and sororities on campus.


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