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Military Department

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Title Date Summary
1 UNI selected as GI friendly campus
Public Relations News Release 2011:36, p.1
9/12/2011 The G.I. Jobs Magazine has selected UNI as a Military Friendly School for 2011.
2 War is a racket
Cue--Owen Elliott (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 107:30, p.7
1/25/2011 A economic myth is the idea of war being beneficial to the economy. Readers urged to guard against the military-industrial complex. Support for the military should not come from taxes or borrowing.
3 UNI ROTC receives highest-ever ranking
Public Relations News Release 2010:140, p.1
11/10/2010 UNI was selected by G. I. Jobs Magazine as a Military Friendly School for 2010, an honor placing the university in the top 15 percent of schools nationwide doing the most to embrace America's veterans as students.
4 Gradys give $650,000 to University of Northern Iowa campaign Gift to benefit athletics, Camp Adventure
Public Relations News Release 2009:229, p.1
1/19/2010 The gift, from Junean Witham Grady and Tim Grady of Port St. Lucie, Florida, will support the Camp Adventure program, which provides summer recreation programs for dependent youth at U. S. Military installations, U. S. embassies, and other schools.
5 UNI selected as GI Friendly Campus
Public Relations News Release 2009:11, p.1
8/20/2009 The University has been selected by G. I. Jobs Magazine as a Military Friendly School for 2010. Criteria for making the list include efforts to recruit and retain military and veteran students, results in recruiting them and academic accreditations.
6 Saturday, May 6
Public Relations News Release 2005:0, p.2
5/1/2006 ROTC will have commissioning ceremony; commencement ceremonies take place.
7 America, and her ideals, today are under international surveilance by many interests.
Public Relations News Release 1950:279, p.1
3/27/1951 One of the critical observation points, says E. W. Goetch, placement director, is in the schools maintained abroad for children of military and state department dependents. Hundreds of openings exist for American teachers in Europe and the Far East.
8 Untitled
College Eye 35:20, p.6
9 Army Specialized Training Program
Public Relations News Release 1943:45, p.1
3/20/1943 The army has instituted a program that will train, at the college level, men in technical and professional skills required by the Army. This program was started on a need basis.
10 Sham battles in college
College Eye 11:32, p.1
5/12/1920 Mock battle were held on campus several years ago as a final examination for military training students.
11 Camp life
Old Gold 0:0, p.167
6/1/1919 Humorous cartoon about life in camp.
12 S. A. T. C. Days Order
Old Gold 0:0, p.164
6/1/1919 Daily schedule; overview of the days events; the S. A. T. C. song; photo.
13 Student Army Training Corps
Old Gold 0:0, p.156
6/1/1919 Description of the training program; group photographs; individual photographs with captions; photo.
14 The Reserve Officers Training Corps
College Eye 10:23, p.3
4/16/1919 Students need to understand the ramifications of having an ROTC unit on campus.
15 Major Dickerson heads Reserve Officers Training Corps
College Eye 10:22, p.1
4/9/1919 Profile of Major O. M. Dickerson.
16 Perrine now is lieutenant in Signal Corps
College Eye 9:28, p.3
5/1/1918 Declined being a professor in Radio School; has become a lieutenant.
17 I. S. N. S. batteries drawn up for review
Normal Eyte 15:13, p.194
12/7/1904 A photo of the military cadets.
18 Normal drill ground; military band and battalion drawn up for review
Normal Eyte 15:13, p.193
12/7/1904 A photo of the military band.
19 Officers of the I. S. N. S. cadet battalion of 1897
Normal Eyte 15:13, p.192
12/7/1904 A photo of the 1897 Student Battalion.
20 Swords are sheathed; military work is suspended and men are put under physical department
Normal Eyte 14:5, p.65
10/3/1903 Major Olmsted takes position with the Iowa National Guard, ending military work at Normal; physical education will take its place; should strengthen athletics program considerably..
21 Major Olmstead
Normal Eyte 13:34, p.539
5/30/1903 Ordered to report to Des Moines; military training on campus will likely be discontinued.
22 Board of Trustees meeting
Normal Eyte 13:2, p.18
9/13/1902 Military drill reorganized; military and physical training work more closely associated; committee will plan for new buildings on quadrangle; President Seerley will visit Eastern schools; Superintendent Robinson will have an electrician.
23 The Military Department
Normal Eyte 13:1, p.2
9/6/1902 Will not get organized for ten days or so; ISNS has not yet received full instructions from the government.
24 Exhibition drills
Normal Eyte 12:35, p.550
6/14/1902 Student battalion presents annual drills.
25 M. H. Byers
Normal Eyte 12:35, p.555
6/14/1902 Inspected Student Battalion.
26 The Military Department
Normal Eyte 6:33, p.434
6/12/1897 History of the Student Battalion.
27 Military Department
Normal Eyte 3:1, p.3
9/9/1893 Board officially establishes Military Department; cadets must wear uniforms and make up any missed drills; believes there is general support for the program despite a few complainers.

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