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101 Night watch 'gets' reporter Gaede down
College Eye 30:17, p.2
1/27/1939 Erwin Gaede makes the rounds with the night watchman.
102 Cub reporters edit this week's Eye; Shepard heads staff as journalism class takes over
College Eye 30:10, p.1
11/11/1938 Journalism class edits this week's Eye; list of staff members.
103 Special staff and jobs
College Eye 30:10, p.2
11/11/1938 List of staff members for special issue of the College Eye.
104 How would you like to be Hairy's queen?
College Eye 29:42, p.1
7/29/1938 Helen Gillham interviews a hobo for a feature story.
105 Will it be bandanas or-?
College Eye 29:39, p.1
7/8/1938 Journalism students will be talking to students about all sorts of subjects.
106 They have looked high and low; Journalism II class does some nosin' around
College Eye 29:38, p.1
7/1/1938 Journalism class scours campus for stories.
107 Future journalists edit current 'Eye'; journalism class assumes duties
College Eye 29:10, p.4
11/12/1937 Profiles of the guest editors; list of guest staff.
108 Journalists attend meet
College Eye 29:6, p.5
10/15/1937 Eugene Bovee, Lynniel Moore, and Lee Robinson attend convention.
109 Myers authority on mimeographing
College Eye 29:5, p.8
10/8/1937 Julia Myers will represent the state at a meeting.
110 Publications send delegates to journalism meets
College Eye 29:5, p.7
10/8/1937 Students and faculty will attend several meetings.
111 Free lancer speaks to journalists about hobby
College Eye 38:0, p.1
7/30/1937 H. Wilbur Pohlson speaks about free lance writing.
112 Plea to student journalists
College Eye 28:39, p.2
7/2/1937 Attempts to define role for college newspaper.
113 Do you know what's new? We're going to tell you; College Eye sponsors broadcast of world, national, and campus
College Eye 28:38, p.1
6/25/1937 Will offer ten minutes of news from the Crossroads three times a week.
114 Wake up! Live! Be original
College Eye 28:38, p.1
6/25/1937 Journalism class puts together some unusual ideas for breaking out of their daily routines.
115 Katy Krossroads; Applied Journalism
Sewell--Sue (Student--1937)
College Eye 28:32, p.1
5/14/1937 Characters joke about dresses and journalism.
116 Publications join new conference of college press
College Eye 28:30, p.1
4/30/1937 North Central Conference may form college press group.
117 Journalism class starts newscast
College Eye 28:29, p.1
4/23/1937 Will read news in the Crossroads.
118 High school students organize Press Club
College Eye 28:28, p.6
4/16/1937 TCHS students organize club; Leslie Burch and Gwen Wescott are sponsors.
119 Journalism students try news broadcast
College Eye 28:28, p.3
4/16/1937 May try bi-weekly broadcast of campus news.
120 Committee picks candidates for convention talk
College Eye 28:22, p.1
2/26/1937 Planning under way for Iowa College Press meeting on ISTC campus.
121 High School Press Club
College Eye 28:22, p.3
2/26/1937 Gwen Wescott and Leslie Burch head the new group.
122 Holmes organizes booster club for those who write
College Eye 28:21, p.1
2/19/1937 George Holmes will use students with interests in journalism to write about college subjects.
123 Plans for Iowa press convention are under way
College Eye 28:21, p.1
2/19/1937 Plans include conference and dance.
124 Holmes invited to discuss workbook at St. Louis meet
College Eye 28:14, p.1
12/17/1936 George Holmes will talk about workbook used in his journalism classes.
125 Journalism class to visit Courier plant
College Eye 28:7, p.3
10/23/1936 Also plan to go to Des Moines.
126 "Vic," last week's Line writer "drops" us a line
Bovee--Victor (Class of 1935)
College Eye 27:9, p.2
7/24/1936 Discusses his new job at the Sioux City Tribune.
127 Visiting reporter on campus says interviewing personalities is fun; Herbert Owens, Tribune writer, tells of contacting celebrities
McKitrick--Helen (Student--1935)
College Eye 27:6, p.2
7/3/1936 Interview with Frank Owens, of the Des Moines Register staff.
128 Considering school publications meeting
College Eye 27:3, p.4
6/12/1936 Sending out letters surveying interest in conference.
129 Interpretative journalism desirable, says Morrow
College Eye 27:40, p.2
4/24/1936 Excerpts from address by Jack Murrow.
130 Press conference opens this morning; visiting journalists from colleges of Iowa are to arrive on campus today
College Eye 27:39, p.1
4/17/1936 Conference highlights.
131 Journalists embark on good will tour of seven colleges
College Eye 27:38, p.1
4/10/1936 Attempt to stimulate interest in Iowa College Press Association.
132 Press conference to sponsor contests for Iowa member colleges
College Eye 27:38, p.1
4/10/1936 Will sponsor competition in journalism.
133 Journalism class
College Eye 27:36, p.3
3/27/1936 Will pose for picture.
134 Best reporter contest begins
College Eye 27:31, p.1
2/14/1936 Will receive medals from Board.
135 Iowa journalists to assemble here on April 17 and 18
College Eye 27:31, p.1
2/14/1936 Iowa College Press Association will meet.
136 Journalism II class plans editorial page
College Eye 27:31, p.2
2/14/1936 Credits for this issue of the College Eye.
137 A plea for prep newspapers
McIlroy--Baird C. (Class of 1938)
College Eye 27:23, p.2
12/2/1935 Claims that high schools should have better publications.
138 Journalism class "takes over ship" to put out this issue of "Eye"
College Eye 27:20, p.1
11/8/1935 A quick look at how the class did their work.
139 Story of a story that isn't a story
College Eye 27:20, p.1
140 "National press meeting fine," say delegates
College Eye 27:18, p.1
10/25/1935 Bob Fowler and Graham Hovey report on Chicago meeting.
141 News for sale (or hire)
College Eye 27:46, p.2
6/21/1935 Disagrees with comments made about journalism unionization.
142 Beauty on the front page
College Eye 26:44, p.134
5/24/1935 Reflection on comment made by Dean Harrington.
143 Future journal to be individualized, Harrington asserts
College Eye 26:44, p.133
5/24/1935 Dr. H. F. Harrington of Northwestern University predicts five major changes he foresees in the future of newspapers.
144 Journalists gather for convention; delegates now arriving for annual Iowa College Press Association meet; newspaper and yearbook staffs expected from
College Eye 26:43, p.1
5/17/1935 Convention schedule; photo.
145 A critical education
Hermann--Beatrice Helene (Student--1935)
College Eye 26:41, p.2
5/3/1935 College newspapers provide good education for inexperienced journalists.
146 College newshounds plan to talk it over in conference here
College Eye 26:35, p.1
3/21/1935 Will host Iowa College Press convention.
147 Student journalists will be feted at the annual publications' banquet
Public Relations News Release 1934:637, p.1
10/14/1934 Program for the banquet.
148 New 'Eye' policy rules approved
College Eye 26:12, p.1
9/10/1934 Include rules relating to sources, reliability, and ethical considerations.
149 Journalists to meet at Drake; college press delegates to attend famed Drake relays
College Eye 25:35, p.1
3/23/1934 Will send ISTC delegation to convention.
150 It used to be 'Keep Off The Sidewalk' according to 'Eyte'
College Eye 25:9, p.4
8/4/1933 Excerpts from old issues of the student newspaper.


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