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51 Journalism
Northern Iowan 70:56, p.3
6/14/1974 Three journalism courses offered this summer.
52 Fifth high school newspaper conference here Saturday
Northern Iowan 68:5, p.1
10/1/1971 One hundred students and advisors will attend.
53 Journalism minor; before committee
Northern Iowan 67:40, p.12
3/19/1971 Will be considered in CHFA curriculum committee.
54 Faculty approves six new majors
Bancroft--Craig M. (Class of 1973)
Northern Iowan 67:13, p.1
10/30/1970 Approve new majors in Asian Studies, Journalism, Linguistics, Philosophy, Religion, and Social Work.
55 Untitled
Northern Iowan 65:7, p.4
10/1/1968 High school students practice their writing at the Conference on the High School Newspaper; photo.
56 Awards given to journalists Monday night
Northern Iowan 64:53, p.1
5/3/1968 Campus publications students win awards.
57 Annual Gridiron Banquet to be Monday night
Northern Iowan 64:51, p.4
4/26/1968 Will honor student journalists of campus publications.
58 Where in hell are you?
Northern Iowan 64:38, p.2
3/5/1968 Outlines difficulty in putting out a newspaper at UNI, which has no journalism major; asks for help.
59 SCI journalism curriculum comparable to margarine
College Eye 60:65, p.2
8/12/1966 Expresses dissatisfaction with the current number of classes offered in journalism at SCI.
60 African journalist to speak at SCI
Public Relations News Release 1960:488, p.1
7/3/1961 African journalist Jean-Alli Quatermain of the UN press corps will deliver a lecture in the auditorium building as the first speaker in the summer Lecture-Concert Series.
61 ISTC professor writes on Soviet education
Public Relations News Release 1960:381, p.1
4/28/1961 Professor Agnes Lebeda writes an article on Soviet education for the "National Business Education Quarterly". Her article is based on studies conducted in Russia the previous fall.
62 ISTC journalists to be honored at dinner
Public Relations News Release 1960:355, p.1
4/19/1961 Alpha Phi Gamma and the Board of Control of Student Publications sponsor the annual Gridiron Dinner in honor of exceptional journalists. Featured speaker for the event will be Robert Blakely, of the State University of Iowa.
63 ISTC math professors edit journals
Public Relations News Release 1960:100, p.1
10/31/1960 Professor Glenadine Gibb is named editor of "The Arithmetic Teacher", a journal of National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Other faculty editors include Professors E. W. Hamilton, H. Van Engen, Fred Lott, and Irvin Brune.
64 Marge Schloeman awarded "Oil Can" trophy
Public Relations News Release 1951:708, p.1
4/24/1952 Schloeman edited the 1952 edition of the Old Gold college yearbook. The Oil Can trophy is traditionally given to a student who shows outstanding work in journalism.
65 Annual High School Press Day, Saturday, March 1
Public Relations News Release 1952:413, p.1
2/21/1952 The press day, sponsored by Alpha Phi Gamma, national honorary journalistic fraternity, will feature workshops on student yearbook and newspaper publishing.DeWayne Cuthbertson, Toledo, is general chairman for the event.
66 Special to: Benton County Star
Public Relations News Release 1951:75, p.1
10/11/1951 Marge Schleeman, Norway, Iowa, senior student at the college, will attend the Associated Collegiate Press convention in Pittsburtgh, Pa. She is executive editor of the 1952 Old Gold, yearbook of the college. Ann Weinhardt will also attend the convention.
67 Editor Bernice Gestie of the Minnesota Journal of Education is special lecturer for the course Educational Editing and Authorship, introduced in July
Public Relations News Release 1951:7, p.1
8/1/1951 Too many teachers are "afraid" to write for publication because "they think they can't write well enough." The argument is false, says Bernice Gestie in her appeal to teachers to share new experiences by writing of them.
68 Al Schmahl, sports editor of the Iowa City Press-Citizen, will begin August 15 as director of sports information services
Public Relations News Release 1950:427, p.1
7/23/1951 Schmahl will replace Wayne Duke who resigned earlier this month to accept a similar position at the University of Colorado. The 25-year-old navy vetern was graduated from the Alford high school in 1943.
69 Bernice Gestie, editor of the Minnesota Journal of Education, will speak Wednesday night, July 18, on "Breaking into Educational Print"
Public Relations News Release 1950:420, p.1
7/16/1951 The talk will begin in Faculty room in Gilchrist Hall. Gestie is on the campus conducting a special four-week course in educational editing and authorship. She will discuss topics that educational editors want to print and style.
70 Bernice Gestie, managing editor of the Minnesota Journal of Education, has been appointed special lecturer
Public Relations News Release 1950:401, p.1
6/21/1951 Gestie will be lecturer for a course in educational editing and authorship this summer at the college. She will conduct the course throughout July, and she will also act as special assistant for the School Public Relations workshop here July 8 - 11.
71 New Curriculum
Public Relations News Release 1950:402, p.1
6/20/1951 A major curriculum revision for degree students began with this summer's instruction. Daryl Pendergraft will coordinate the new program, which required seven years of faculty committee preparation.
72 The Oil Can, awarded annually to the student contributing the most to journalist was presented to Clara Hack and Dewayne Cuthbertson
Public Relations News Release 1950:321, p.1
4/20/1951 Hack is executive editor of the College Eye, weekly newspaper, and Cuthbertson is executive editor of Old Gold, the yearbook. The award was made at the annual Gridiron dinner sponsored by the campus chapter of Alpha Phi Gamma.
73 The Gridiron Dinner, traditional April get-together for student journalists will be held April 19 in Waterloo
Public Relations News Release 1950:318, p.1
4/17/1951 Gene Thorne, managing editor of the Waterloo Daily Courier, will be the guest speaker. Eollege Eye and Old Gold staff members, student board of control members and faculty advisors will hear Thorne speak on "Shop Talk for Journalists."
74 Donald A. Kelly has joined the staff of the Iowa State Teachers college for work in the bureau of public relations and information services
Public Relations News Release 1950:212, p.1
2/13/1951 Kelly will assist in the preparation of catalogs, bulletins, informational booklets and folders. His appointment fills a position left vacant last summer. Kelly recently received his M. A. degree in journalism from the State University of Iowa.
75 1950 Leaves Mark on ISTC Campus
Public Relations News Release 1950:165, p.1
12/29/1950 A presidential inauguration, the fifth in 74 years, was one of several major changes during 1950. Starting last June a minor in journalism was offered. Plans were approved for granting a major in library science starting next June.
76 Louis C. Grimm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grimm,,,, is a reporter covering the sports beat for the College Eye
Public Relations News Release 1950:107, p.1
11/1/1950 Grimm graduated from Muscatine High school in 1948. At the College he is a junior majoring in social science with a minor in journalism and math.
77 The fall quarter's first issue of the College Eye, student-staffed newspaper of the College, was distributed Friday morning, opening day of classes
Public Relations News Release 1950:21, p.1
9/16/1950 Publication day is every Friday during the school year and summer sessions. The newspaper will more directly serve student needs this year, because a minor in journalism has been approved in the college's curriculum according to advisor Fred Hoar.
78 Prospective students sent new pamphlets
College Eye 41:31, p.3
6/16/1950 Pamphlets concern religion and journalism.
79 Wilson to teach journalism class
College Eye 41:24, p.8
3/31/1950 Roy Wilson will be teaching the first class in the newly-created minor of journalism.
80 Approve journalism minor
Alumnus 34:1, p.3
1/1/1950 Seven courses totaling twenty-six hours will constitute minor.
81 New minor in journalism to be offered
College Eye 41:8, p.1
11/4/1949 Five new courses will be added.
82 Journalism awards will be given at dinner
College Eye 40:26, p.1
4/15/1949 Alpha Phi Gamma will hold annual dinner.
83 Alpha Phi Gamma holds meeting
College Eye 40:8, p.4
11/5/1948 Mr. Holmes reports that ISTC is considering a minor in journalism.
84 Journalism fraternity installed
Alumnus 32:3, p.3
7/1/1948 Alpha Phi Gamma installed May 7.
85 Campus Personalities
Old Gold 0:0, p.130
6/1/1948 Three active students on campus that people should know; photo.
86 Around the Campus
Blake--Roger O. (Class of 1948)
College Eye 39:32, p.2
5/21/1948 Believes the administration needs to add more sidewalks around campus.
87 Student League approves national journalism frat
College Eye 39:27, p.4
4/16/1948 Recognizes Alpha Phi Gamma chapter; roster of officers..
88 Around the Campus
Blake--Roger O. (Class of 1948)
College Eye 39:26, p.2
4/9/1948 Due to lack of interest the Old Gold and Pen may be discontinued, a journalism fraternity should become a reality, and the concept of having a journalism minor is being considered.
89 Lack of advisors impedes program
College Eye 39:7, p.8
10/31/1947 George Holmes talks about the difficulties face by high schools in their journalism and publications programs.
90 'Panther Cub' to be issued Oct. 13
College Eye 39:4, p.8
10/10/1947 Campus School will begin new newspaper.
91 College Eye alumni tell advantages of staff training
College Eye 38:32, p.5
5/16/1947 Reports of a survey of former College Eye staff.
92 Roger's Rambling Remarks
Blake--Roger O. (Class of 1948)
College Eye 38:32, p.2
5/16/1947 Believes that graduating teachers should be more informed in journalism and that instructors should consider their faults as well.
93 When reporters get together--lookout; anything can happen
College Eye 37:38, p.3
7/12/1946 Journalism students enjoy picnic to welcome Jane Robbins, soon to be Mrs. George Holmes.
94 Journalism dinner featured tonight
College Eye 37:30, p.3
4/26/1946 Will poke fun at one another and receive awards.
95 Journalists serve Hot Copy
Alumnus 29:3, p.1
7/1/1945 Revive journalism banquet tradition.
96 Journalists razz each other
Alumnus 26:3, p.3
7/1/1942 Hold annual dinner for razzing and honors.
97 Journalism students glimpse film first
College Eye 31:42, p.3
8/9/1940 George Holmes previews the film that will be shown at the Iowa State Fair.
98 Journalism class learns by practical experience
College Eye 31:32, p.1
5/17/1940 This issue of the College Eye was produced by journalism class.
99 Editor's note
College Eye 31:23, p.4
3/15/1940 Journalism students submitted feature articles.
100 Patrolman arrests student for speeding
College Eye 30:39, p.1
7/14/1939 Student caught speeding and told officer she was working on her journalism class project; officer gave her a ticket and told her to talk to the mayor.


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