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51 Board wants new rationale
College Eye 63:21, p.3
12/2/1966 Regents seek mission statements for institutions.
52 University status for SCI
Alumnus 51:4, p.4
12/1/1966 Regents approve university status October 7; will be medium scope institution emphasizing undergraduate and first year graduate work.
53 Will we lose our humanity
Crownfield--David R. (Philosophy and Religion Facu
College Eye 63:2, p.2
9/20/1966 Discusses changes that may have to be made once SCI becomes a university.
54 University status urged
Alumnus 51:2, p.2
5/1/1966 Faculty approve resolution in favor of university status; endorse guiding principles relating to administrative structure.
55 SCI ponders its future
Alumnus 51:1, p.2
2/1/1966 Professor Reninger heads committee to study whether or not SCI should remain a state college or become a university; considers department reorganization.
56 Faculty meeting centers on general SCI development
College Eye 60:29, p.5
1/14/1966 Consider possible change to university status.
57 Chance to form SCI image exciting, should bring pride
College Eye 59:44, p.2
5/25/1965 Living at a college in transition, like SCI, is exciting for students.
58 Apologetic SCIans must escape normal school stigma
Wilson--Robley C. (English Faculty)
College Eye 59:43, p.2
5/21/1965 Outsiders' horrific views of teachers colleges are untrue.
59 SCI is a trade school--not a haven for intellectuals
Flannery--Robert (Class of 1964)
College Eye 57:13, p.2
12/14/1962 SCI is not a school of excess intellect and is no Harvard by any means.
60 Teacher education still primary function of College
Alumnus 46:2, p.1
5/1/1961 President Maucker addresses concerns about recent decision to offer a liberal arts degree; emphasizes importance of teacher education.
61 State College of Iowa to be new name; function of college expanded
Alumnus 46:1, p.3
2/1/1961 New name official July 5, 1961; anticipate strong enrollment growth.
62 Greetings from the president
Alumnus 45:4, p.Inside Front Cover
12/1/1960 President Maucker announces proposed institutional name change and liberal arts degree.
63 Name change, enlarged function approved by Regents
Alumnus 45:4, p.3
12/1/1960 Changes await legislative approval; would allow students to receive B. A. without teacher certification courses; new name would be The State College of Iowa.
64 Faculty favors liberal arts
College Eye 50:33, p.1
6/19/1959 Recommendation of faculty committee will likely go to Regents.
65 From this day forward . . . .
College Eye 50:33, p.2
6/19/1959 Applauds recent recommendations of standards and directions group.
66 Dean Nelson discusses TC future
Alumnus 44:2, p.14
5/1/1959 Offers views on curriculum, athletics, and the graduate program; photo.
67 Faculty recommends degree sans education requirement
College Eye 50:28, p.1
4/24/1959 Also recommend sixth year program and eventual doctoral program.
68 The fifth curriculum . . . Against
College Eye 50:28, p.2
4/24/1959 Discusses disadvantages of adding a non-teaching degree.
69 The fifth curriculum . . . For
College Eye 50:28, p.2
4/24/1959 Discusses advantages of adding a non-teaching degree.
70 Obiter Scripta
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 50:25, p.2
4/3/1959 Discusses the newly adopted "Higher Standards" motto of the college.
71 The purpose of Teachers College
Stanwood--Paul Grant (Student--1953-1954--1956)
College Eye 46:1, p.2
9/10/1954 Teachers College not only prepares students for teaching, but also for the challenges of life.
72 President Maucker calls for more discussion, knowledge about Non-Western cultures
College Eye 44:1, p.1
9/12/1952 Lengthy excerpts from President Maucker's Matriculation Convocation address including statements about the school's mission and curriculum.
73 New grad school is for teachers
College Eye 43:7, p.5
11/2/1951 Daryl Pendergraft talks about the purpose of ISTC graduate study.
74 Influence of the system of unified control
Hart--Irving Harlow (Extension Faculty and Archivist)
First 75 Years 0:0, p.92
7/1/1951 Survey of ways in which the College has limited itself and is limited by outside influences to its role as a teacher training institution.
75 State Teachers Professor to White House Conference
Public Relations News Release 1950:63, p.1
10/10/1950 James V. Farrell, assistant professor of teaching, has been invited to a conference in Washington, D. C. Don R. Scott, assistant professor of rural education, also received an invitation to the national meeting but will be unable to attend.
76 Hilltopics
Price--Malcolm Poyer (President of ISTC)
College Eye 41:5, p.2
10/14/1949 President Malcolm Price explains reasons for keeping T. C. a professional teaching school.
77 Pride justified
College Eye 40:30, p.2
5/13/1949 Praises Iowa State Teachers College for being one of the best teachers colleges in the nation.
78 Price explains aims purposes of college
College Eye 39:39, p.3
7/23/1948 Speaks on future and mission of college at dinner for textbook publishers.
79 Professional rank to be maintained, Price tells group
College Eye 39:8, p.5
11/7/1947 President Price talks about the trend in many colleges to offer liberal arts courses; says ISTC will remain devoted solely to teacher education.
80 From friend to friend
College Eye 37:4, p.2
9/28/1945 President Malcolm Price announces that TC will serve as the professional college for teaching in the state of Iowa; will serve state in pre-service teacher training, in-service training, and professional publications.
81 E. P. C. to discuss college problems
College Eye 36:27, p.3
4/6/1945 Will consider credit for extracurricular activities, creating better attitude toward scholarship, and mission of the college.
82 Good teachers is core of philosophy
College Eye 36:8, p.1
10/27/1944 Faculty committee reports on mission of ISTC.
83 The obligations of a teachers college
Latham--Orval Ray (President of ISTC)
Alumnus 22:3, p.5
7/1/1938 Text of Commencement address by President Latham
84 Pres. Latham presents policies to faculty; Training School, a measure of efficiency
College Eye 20:3, p.1
9/27/1928 Outlines views on the mission of ISTC and the Training School.
85 Should we be more practical
College Eye 18:53, p.4
8/10/1927 Editorial states that I. S. T. C. is a practical school that produces a practical teacher.
86 Carnegie Foundation report circulated
College Eye 12:3, p.7
9/15/1920 Report harms the reputation of normal schools.
87 Mr. Leavitt's dissenting opinion; placed before the State Board the exact situation at Cedar Falls
College Eye 2:9, p.1
10/31/1912 Text of Roger Leavitt's' dissension from the Board recommendation that would reduce ISTC to junior college status.
88 Big mass meeting held; students voice their objections to the actions of state board; over one thousand students parade the streets
College Eye 2:7, p.1
10/17/1912 Students and citizens march from park to downtown area to protest decision of Board of Education to reduce ISTC to junior college status.
89 Sweeping action taken by the State Board of Education; engineering, domestic science and liberal arts courses affected
College Eye 2:7, p.1
10/17/1912 Board attempts to eliminate "duplication" of curricula; ISTC would be reduced to junior college status; three state schools and their adherents protest.
90 We are not dead by a long shot
College Eye 2:7, p.4
10/17/1912 Applauds demonstration against Board of Education decision to reduce ISTC to junior college status; urges students to keep protesting.
91 New collegiate course
Normal Eyte 14:25, p.385
3/19/1904 ISNS will offer a new "Teachers Collegiate Course" that will result in a Bachelor of Arts in Education degree; course will be open in summer 1904; course of study now under development.
92 Biennial period, 1895-1897
Normal Eyte 7:15, p.176
12/18/1897 President Seerley's recommendations for the future of the school including development of programs in kindergarten, manual training, modern languages; the summer session; additional faculty; and the library.
93 Our school
Normal Eyte 4:3, p.37
9/29/1894 A look at the progress of the school; growth in enrollment, facilities, revenue, facilities, and reputation.
94 On last Friday evening
Normal Eyte 3:33, p.257
5/19/1894 ISNS engages in first intercollegiate debate with Iowa State University; believes this, like intercollegiate athletics, is an appropriate activity for a normal school.
95 The future at Cedar Falls
Normal Eyte 3:24, p.185
3/10/1894 Believes that Normal School may be brink of new era of progress.
96 Merits of S. N. S.
Normal Eyte 3:18, p.137
1/27/1894 Teachers around the state are coming to recognize the value and strength of the Normal School.
97 Our school
Students' Offering 4:11, p.6
3/1/1880 A brief report on the success, needs, legislative support, and prospect of the Normal School.
98 What is the true province of normal schools supported by the state?
Students' Offering 2:6, p.5
3/1/1879 Excerpts from discussion in the Normal Monthly among Principal Gilchrist, S. N. Fellows, and Henry Sabin.
99 A letter
Gilchrist--James Cleland (Principal of ISNS)
Students' Offering 200:2, p.7
2/1/1878 Principal Gilchrist greets former students who have written to him from their new positions.
100 A normal school should give thorough instruction . . . .
Students' Offering 200:2, p.2
2/1/1878 Extended discourse on the purpose of a normal school, with special reference to both subject matter and pedagogy.

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