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1 Holiday spirit on main
Hinzmann--Nicholas Allen (Student--2012)
Northern Iowan 111:26, p.7
12/8/2014 Holiday celebrations are taking place on Main Street in Cedar Falls.
2 Holiday spirits all around
Showalter--John David (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:27, p.6
12/11/2009 Holiday wishes shared with the campus. Awareness shown of other holiday festivals in addition to Christmas. Chanukah, rad Ramadan, Sturnalia, Kwanzaa are also being celebrated.
3 'Celebrate the Seasons' to be held at UNI Dec. 3
Public Relations News Release 2009:184, p.1
11/30/2009 Attendees will find booths, activities and demonstrations with information, crafts and food from traditions and holidays from around the world, such as Ramadan, Hanukkah, Christmas, Posadas, Diwali and Kwanza. There will be sleigh rides around campus.
4 Christmas on Halloween
Cook--Lindsey K. (Student--2005)
Northern Iowan 104:21, p.7
11/6/2007 Commercialization of Christmas starts after Halloween.
5 Holiday celebrations vary in time, culture
Gerling--Taylor R. (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 102:27, p.7
12/6/2005 History of Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, and Christmas; photo.
6 Happy . . . holidays?
Northern Iowan 101:28, p.7
12/10/2004 Describes the balance between being politically correct to excess and being sensitive of other cultures during the holiday season.
7 Christmas lights blinding the Thanksgiving turkey
Musgrave--Matt (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 101:25, p.5
11/23/2004 Disagrees with the excessive commercializing of Christmas that leads to ignoring the importance and meaning of other holidays.
8 Holidays express variety of meaning for all
Helgerson--Leah (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 101:25, p.4
11/23/2004 Winter holidays were discussed at a University Book & Supply roundtable.
9 University Book and Supply celebrates winter holidays
Northern Iowan 101:23, p.4
11/16/2004 Bookstore to hold presentation of four winter holidays; photo.
10 UNI to host evening of cultural celebrations
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.1
11/26/2003 Celebrate the Seasons program to feature displays for Ramadan, Hanukkah, Christmas, Diwali, Kwanzaa, and Posadas.
11 Kwanzaa celebrations in the African-American community
Public Relations News Release 2002:261, p.1
12/23/2002 African cultural celebration, Kwanzaa, will be explored.
12 Celebrating the season around the world
Collins--Elizabeth L. (Student--2002)
Northern Iowan 99:27, p.11
12/10/2002 Second annual "Celebrate the Seasons" event will take place December 12 at 7 p.m. in the Union; photo.
13 Celebrating holiday diversity
Public Relations News Release 0:247, p.1
12/24/2001 Music from different cultural holiday celebration discussed.
14 Celebrate the season
Campus News Network 12:8, p.1
12/4/2001 UNI's holiday celebration "Celebrate the Season" will include winter celebrations of several cultures and religions.
15 Celebrating Kwanzaa in the African-American community
Public Relations News Release 2000:191, p.1
12/25/2000 Guy Sims talks about the seven-day celebration of Kwanzaa.
16 Celebrate Kwanzaa!
Northern Iowan 97:28, p.8
12/8/2000 Activities are planned in celebration of Kwanzaa.
17 Kwanzaa to be celebrated at the University of Northern Iowa, Friday, Dec. 8
Public Relations News Release 2000:172, p.1
12/4/2000 Imani Nia Productions, along with Chicago poets, will be part of this year's Kwanzaa celebration.
18 Kwanzaa celebrations in the African-American Community
Public Relations News Release 1999:172, p.1
12/27/1999 Guy Sims will explain what Kwanzaa is.
19 Kwanzaa celebration growing in popularity
Oliphant--Matthew David (Class of 2003)
Northern Iowan 96:28, p.11
12/10/1999 More than twenty million people celebrate Kwanzaa each year.
20 Briefly: Kwanzaa
Campus News Network 10:9, p.3
12/6/1999 UNI's annual Kwanzaa celebration will occur Thursday December 9, at 7 p.m.
21 Kwanzaa to be celebrated at University of Northern Iowa, Dec. 9
Public Relations News Release 1999:154, p.1
12/6/1999 Celebration of Kwanzaa will be held in Maucker Union Expansion at 7 p.m., December 6.
22 Kwanzaa: a time for celebrating African-American traditions
Public Relations News Release 1998:199, p.1
12/24/1998 Kwanzaa festivities will be held at UNI.
23 Holiday customs around globe, traditions still close to home
Northern Iowan 95:28, p.10
12/11/1998 Holidays are celebrated differently in Ireland, Finland, Greece, England, Sweden, New Mexico, and in the African American holiday Kwanzaa.
24 Kwanzaa celebrates African heritage
Cremer--Justin A. (Class of 2000)
Northern Iowan 95:27, p.1
12/8/1998 Kwanzaa will be celebrated on campus Thursday in Union; history of celebration given; photo.
25 University of Northern Iowa to hold seventh annual Kwanzaa, Dec. 10; UNI museum Kwanzaa activities planned Dec. 28-30
Public Relations News Release 1998:181, p.1
12/8/1998 UNI will hold its annual Kwanzaa celebration December 10. UNI Museum will host several activities including poetry reading by Alvarez Dixon and Shanta.
26 Kwanzaa is a time to remember African traditions
Public Relations News Release 1997:161, p.1
12/18/1997 Guy Sims describes Kwanzaa as festival to celebrate the heritage of African Americans.
27 Kwanzaa: celebration of first fruits
Greene--Kylie (Classes of 2001 and 2005)
Northern Iowan 94:28, p.11
12/12/1997 Kwanzaa celebration on campus; photo.
28 Zulu African Drum and Dance Connection to celebrate Kwanzaa at the University of Northern Iowa on Wednesday, Dec. 10; other activities set
Public Relations News Release 1997:140, p.1
12/2/1997 The Zulu African Drum and Dance Connection will perform December 10 to celebrate Kwanzaa. Other activities include presentation by Charline Barnes.
29 Celebrate West-African first harvest; Kwanzaa, a time to reflect, a time to celebrate
Northern Iowan 93:28, p.9
12/13/1996 Annual Kwanzaa celebration kicked off Wednesday in the Union; photo.
30 University of Northern Iowa to hold fifth annual Kwanzaa December 11
Public Relations News Release 1996:194, p.1
12/6/1996 Several Kwanzaa activities will be held December 11. Kwanzaa, Swahili for "first fruits," is a celebration for recognizing and strengthening contributions to the unity, preservation and development of African-American culture.
31 An uneasy look back: Culture Center celebrates 25th anniversary
Culpepper--Gwenne C. Holmes (Compliance and Equity Staff)
Northern Iowa Today 80:1, p.16
32 African celebration of KWANZAA nears
Northern Iowan 92:27, p.4
12/5/1995 Fourth annual celebration will take place in Union.
33 University of Northern Iowa to hold fourth annual Kwanzaa December 7
Public Relations News Release 1995:153, p.1
12/4/1995 Schedule for UNI's celebration of Kwanzaa is announced.
34 UNI's fourth annual Kwanzaa
Campus News Network 6:7, p.2
11/27/1995 Kwanzaa celebration will take place December 7 in the Union.
35 Kwanzaa
Northern Iowan 91:28, p.5
12/2/1994 Celebration to be held.
36 UNI's third annual Kwanzaa
Campus News Network 5:7, p.2
11/28/1994 Celebration announcement.
37 Celebrating African heritage
Campus News Network 4:9, p.1
12/20/1993 Richard Webb lights a candle during Kwanzaa celebration; photo.
38 More than Santa Claus
Goodlove--Sara A. (Class of 1994)
Northern Iowan 90:29, p.9
12/10/1993 Holiday traditions of other cultures; photo.
39 Assignment UNI
Public Relations News Release 1993:234, p.1
11/29/1993 Weekly sampling of events and activities at UNI are listed.
40 UNI's Second Annual Kwanzaa
Campus News Network 4:7, p.4
11/22/1993 Kwanzaa celebration will be December 2.
41 In recognition of heritage
Campus News Network 3:7, p.2
11/30/1992 Description of Kwanzaa celebration.
42 UNI's Price Lab School students study multi-cultural winter festival traditions
Public Relations News Release 1987:134, p.1
12/15/1986 Second and third grade students of Price Laboratory School participated in a social studies unit focused on winter celebrations of various cultures. The students studied aspects of Hannukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Three King's Day, and Chinese New Year.

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