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Patriotism

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1 Buttigieg hosts town hall
Pistarino--Emma (Student--2019), Leitner--Gabrielle (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 116:29, p.01
1/23/2020 Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg hosted a town hall in Maucker Union on January 15 in advance of Iowa's February 3 caucus; photo.
2 Despite labels, we're all American
Schrad--Tanner (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:13, p.03
10/9/2017 Schrad discusses divisiveness and politics, and urges readers to be considerate of others before making judgments; photo.
3 Redefining the word 'patriot'
Cooling--Corey C. (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 110:17, p.3
10/25/2013 Says what it means to be patriotic has changed over the years. Says that being patriotic should not mean that you are a beer guzzling, cutoff denim-wearing person yelling about "Murica."
4 The problem with America today is that some of us have lost our sense of patriotism.
Sandberg--Colin Aaron (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 109:21, p.5
11/6/2012 American patriotism is an attitude about the country; recognizing the opportunity for success.
5 Modern day patriotism: a need to revival, not rejection
Apling--Christopher James (Student--2012)
Northern Iowan 109:6, p.4
9/14/2012 Response to Nat Konrardy column. Author believes that modern day patriotism is based on the belief that the United States of America can be a better place tomorrow than it is today; photo.
6 Destroying America, the task of the modern day patriot
Konrardy--Nathan Arnold (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 109:4, p.4
9/7/2012 Listening to other points of view can strengthen your beliefs. It forces a person to examine why they believe. Patriotism means different things to different people; photo.
7 Stars and stripes for now
Early--Thomas Michael (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 108:34, p.5
2/7/2012 Believes that Millennial voters are not impressed with the flag waving and nationalist views of the political candidates. They are looking for positions of candidates on the real issues; photo.
8 UNI to host 'Reaching for Higher Ground: Community after 9/11'
Public Relations News Release 2011:11, p.1
8/29/2011 Several events are planned to recognize September 11th including a flag planting and several guest speakers.
9 Turkey was once considered a national symbol
Abbott--Tristan E. (Student--2005)
Northern Iowan 103:61, p.4
7/20/2007 Commentary on Benjamin Franklin's reasoning that the turkey should be the national bird.
10 Campus school lives democracy
Alumnus 26:1, p.3
1/1/1942 Program of studies and activities in Training School aimed at building strong and patriotic Americans; photo.
11 Folk dances of all countries to be danced at festival
College Eye 21:23, p.1
3/14/1930 History of folk festival on campus; had origins in Americanization process after World War I; will include demonstrations and participation by all those who attend.
12 "I pledge allegiance to my flag"
College Eye 19:21, p.1
2/8/1928 Explores meaning of nation's pledge.
13 Independence Day observed today; Prof. Campbell gives patriotic address at chapel
College Eye 18:4, p.1
7/2/1926 Text of Professor Campbell's address.
14 Jefferson paid high tribute throughout land; Monday chapel service given in honor of Jefferson's birthday
College Eye 18:4, p.1
7/2/1926 Professor Shannon lauds Thomas Jefferson in patriotic week chapel exercises.
15 Macy Campbell to speak on program July 2 in Chapel
College Eye 18:2, p.1
6/18/1926 Will give patriotic address.
16 American or Christian!
College Eye 17:35, p.4
3/3/1926 Asks if one can be a patriotic citizen and a Christian.
17 Prof. Robinson
College Eye 17:32, p.1
2/10/1926 Professor Robinson spoke on Americanism in Cedar Falls.
18 Student attitude on war resented by Chicago Tribune
College Eye 17:31, p.1
2/3/1926 Tribune believes some students' patriotism is questionable.
19 Liberty Bell to ring Dec. 31
College Eye 17:27, p.1
12/16/1925 Part of US sesquicentennial celebration.
20 Lillehei talks on America; praises America in a patriotic chapel address; faculty turn out in a body
College Eye 17:12, p.1
8/19/1925 Excerpts from his address.
21 And ye shall know the truth
College Eye 17:6, p.2
7/8/1925 Says that there is no job more patriotic than the teaching of the truth.
22 My country's freedom
College Eye 17:5, p.1
7/1/1925 Poem about the good qualities of the USA.
23 The Fourth of July
College Eye 17:5, p.1
7/1/1925 Poem about the Revolutionary War; honoring USA and freedom.
24 T. C. students observe National Defense Day; program held Friday evening
College Eye 16:3, p.1
9/17/1924 Several faculty and many students take part in patriotic program in Cedar Falls.
25 It is well
College Eye 14:48, p.2
6/22/1923 Claims that Americans have become careless patriots.
26 What is Americanism?
College Eye 14:18, p.4
10/18/1922 Wonders about the definition of "Americanism," which was quoted in a recent political speech.
27 Patriotic service
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.1
7/1/1922 A special chapel service is held in remembrance of General Ulysses S. Grant's one-hundredth birthday. Professors M. F. Arey and W. W. Gist head the Patriotic Faculty Committee responsible for the service.
28 Teachers commemorate Washington' Birthday
College Eye 13:23, p.1
2/22/1922 Will hold memorial and patriotic program.
29 Extension Division
College Eye 12:20, p.6
2/2/1921 Bulletins on citizenship are being requested nationwide.
30 Teaching patriotism
Todd--William Mamuric (Student--1920)
College Eye 11:22, p.4
3/3/1920 Claims that teachers have a responsibility to teach respect for America and its values.
31 Foreign Language
College Eye 11:10, p.7
11/19/1919 Professor Call's class hears patriotic accounts of war on Armistice Day.
32 The Teachers College Valhalla
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Old Gold 0:0, p.187
6/1/1919 President Seerley outlines plans to expand the historical and memorial museum, located in the Library, to include tributes to those who rendered service during World War I; photo.
33 Professor Hersey gave fine talk to the Young Men's Christian Association
College Eye 10:25, p.3
4/30/1919 On patriotism during peace times.
34 Student critique; the answer to dancing
Kent--J. L. (Student--1919)
College Eye 10:17, p.2
3/5/1919 Believes dancing is unpatriotic and should be banned.
35 "Iowa Day" observed this morning; annual state patriotic day given place in course of events; Dr. Gist to speak
College Eye 10:7, p.1
11/27/1918 Enjoy readings and song.
36 State loyalty
College Eye 10:7, p.2
11/27/1918 Editorial includes the "Song of Iowa" and encourages people to be loyal to both state and nation.
37 Monday morning the service flag with four gold stars was uncovered at chapel time
College Eye 10:1, p.4
10/15/1918 In honor of Clifford J. Stevens, Henry A. Booth, Ernest F. Hansen, Axel Justesen, and Carl Chapman who gave their lives for the country.
38 Schoolteacher must take oath of Americanism
College Eye 9:30, p.6
5/16/1918 If students wish to teach in California, they must take an "oath of allegiance" to the United States.
39 College Training School shows patriotism
College Eye 9:28, p.1
5/1/1918 Has contributed to war campaign beyond what was expected of them.
40 Liberty Bonds
College Eye 9:28, p.4
5/1/1918 The college student should be committed to show patriotism by buying bonds and war savings stamps.
41 Liberty Day college participates in parade and celebration; battalion, classes, faculty and Red Cross march
College Eye 9:28, p.1
5/1/1918 Patriotic Day is celebrated instead of May Day; classes are cancelled for the day.
42 Military column
College Eye 9:28, p.3
5/1/1918 Cadets who did not show up for the Liberty Day parade will be punished; thanks T. C. H. S. boys who helped with Liberty Day.
43 Committees decide on nature of program for Patriotic Day
College Eye 9:27, p.7
4/24/1918 Tentative program for Patriotic Day on May 15th.
44 Patriotic May Day
College Eye 9:27, p.4
4/24/1918 Patriotic Day will be celebrated this year instead of May Day; history of May Day celebration recounted.
45 Military column
College Eye 9:26, p.6
4/17/1918 Encourages all citizens to sacrifice for their country.
46 Spirit of West shown in war service
College Eye 9:26, p.3
4/17/1918 Stories of patriotism.
47 Sponsors decide to have Patriotic Day
College Eye 9:26, p.4
4/17/1918 Instead of May Day, Patriotic Day will be held this year.
48 A Patriotic Day
College Eye 9:25, p.4
4/10/1918 May have a Patriotic Day instead of a May Day this year.
49 The patriotic rally
College Eye 9:24, p.4
4/3/1918 Believes that the rally was insulting to Catholics.
50 Student Opinion; the patriotic rally
Altman--Anna (Class of 1918)
College Eye 9:23, p.4
3/27/1918 Felt insulted when the speaker suggested that the Vatican was partly responsible for the war.

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