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1 UNI prof develops courses
Northern Iowan 67:26, p.7
1/12/1971 Professor Parker develops Latin correspondence courses at Illinois.
2 UNI Prof is Author of Latin Correspondence Courses
Public Relations News Release 1970:290, p.1
1/8/1971 Henry H. Parker has developed two college Latin couses for the University of Illinois extension division.
3 Parker commended for contribution to classical league
Northern Iowan 64:62, p.4
7/19/1968 Makes presentation on psycho-generative approach to teaching Latin.
4 Mr. Parker presents new Latin study
Behrens--Roy Richard (Class of 1968; Art Faculty)
College Eye 60:57, p.2
5/20/1966 Advocates an alternative teaching method.
5 Latin convention attracts 500; discuss ideas for local clubs
College Eye 46:35, p.1
7/1/1955 Highlights of the Junior Classical League meeting; photo.
6 Know Your Faculty; E. Miller has rare book collection
College Eye 40:36, p.2
7/15/1949 Profile of foreign languages instructor, Edna O. Miller; photo.
7 Miller relates Latin legends over KXEL
College Eye 36:25, p.4
3/23/1945 Professor Miller believes that people should know more about classical Latin writers.
8 Dr. Merchant answers critics charges that Latin is 'useless'; language is attacked by Chicago superintendent of schools
College Eye 26:44, p.133
5/24/1935 Professor Merchant states that understanding Latin is very important for other aspects of learning.
9 Latin-Greek-German
Old Gold 0:0, p.26
6/1/1933 History of the department; photos.
10 Pioneer summer school session here years ago inaugurated national habit
College Eye 23:47, p.1
6/24/1932 Recounts history of summer session at ISTC; believed to be one of the earliest in the nation.
11 Classical Club reorganizes after thirteen years
College Eye 22:8, p.6
10/31/1930 Group was discontinued after World War I, because there were not enough students of Latin.
12 Teaching of vernaculars
College Eye 17:35, p.4
3/10/1926 Encourages use of vernacular, not Latin or Greek.
13 Bessie Hoag
Alumni News Letter 5:3, p.2
7/1/1921 Ms. Bessie Hoag teaches Latin and acts as the advisor for girls in South Pasadena High School.
14 Foreign Language
College Eye 11:10, p.7
11/19/1919 Professor Call's class hears patriotic accounts of war on Armistice Day.
15 Nixum Atibus T.C.-ibus
College Eye 10:10, p.3
16 Study Latin
College Eye 8:13, p.6
1/10/1917 Professor Gist writes to the Des Moines Register in support of Latin language studies.
17 Official
College Eye 7:11, p.6
12/1/1915 Observations on the National Conference on Rural Teacher Training.
18 Bouquets at chapel
Denny--Milo Bennett (Student--1907)
Old Gold 0:0, p.331
6/1/1908 Examples of statements made during addresses to the student body during chapel visits. Drawing entitled Ponies for Sale. The ponies are named Horace, Virgil, and Cicero.
19 Official
Normal Eyte 18:4, p.51
10/2/1907 Faculty considering the role of Latin in the curriculum; debaters will receive college credit; physical examinations of students about done; ISNS infrastructure in good shape; band being reorganized; considering recognition of work done at ISNS.
20 The classics
Normal Eyte 17:35, p.551
6/5/1907 Talks of going back to studying Greek and Latin.
21 Normal too good; but legislative committee would continue building fund at Normal five years more
Normal Eyte 16:17, p.257
1/24/1906 President Seerley gives a statement about the management of the school; defends and explains the school's programs.
22 Dr. F. C. Eastman
Normal Eyte 12:12, p.187
12/7/1901 Will publish book on teaching Latin.
23 Latin in the summer school
Normal Eyte 10:22, p.537
3/2/1901 Myra Call will teach an advanced course in Virgil.
24 Friday evening
Normal Eyte 9:18, p.427
2/10/1900 Professor Call entertained Latin class.
25 Miss Hutchison
Normal Eyte 9:4, p.85
10/7/1899 Gave party for her Latin students.
26 The demands upon the office
Normal Eyte 8:1, p.10
9/10/1898 Two new classes in Latin will be offered.
27 Official News and Notes
Normal Eyte 7:4, p.41
10/2/1897 Student Battalion has selected officers; approve changes in courses of study; will introduce electricity on campus; will plan winter term soon; instruments and uniforms for band and orchestra arrive.
28 Official News and Notes
Normal Eyte 7:3, p.28
9/25/1897 Band and orchestra will get new instruments; landscaper A. N. Carpenter has produced a campus plan; will offer second course in Latin; Student Battalion large; Lillian Goodwin will be President Seerley's private secretary.
29 Professor Loughridge
Normal Eyte 7:3, p.33
9/25/1897 Organizing Latin class.
30 The Latin department
Normal Eyte 6:9, p.98
11/7/1896 Will offer Ovid.
31 Faculty changes
Normal Eyte 3:1, p.2
9/9/1893 Eva Benham replaces Emma Dahlin; Nellie Anderson replaces Lura Chase; Mary Simmons will relieve Professor Bartlett of his Latin classes.
32 The jest and joys of another delightful term of study
Normal Eyte 2:25, p.195
3/18/1893 Students and faculty have experienced a great deal of sickness; advanced work in Latin and the sciences has made great progress; military drill extended during winter term.
33 The high school course of study
Normal Eyte 2:20, p.155
2/11/1893 National Council of Education trying to determine appropriate curriculum for secondary schools; offers advice.
34 Says Philip Hamerton
Normal Eyte 1:20, p.154
5/31/1892 Does not see value of extended study of Latin and Greek.
35 Mr. Newton
Students' Offering 8:32, p.8
11/1/1883 Studying Latin in preparation for college.

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