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1 FMLA not "student-first" at UNI
Wolfe--Brenna (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:30, p.02
1/22/2018 The United Faculty labor union at UNI created a committee to review the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). They will review and make recommended changes to best serve the faculty and their family.
2 Unpaid maternity leave probs
Cosgrove--Thaddeus Riley (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 111:37, p.3
2/19/2015 Student Riley Cosgrove talks about the maternity leave laws of the United States.
3 Consider midwifery as an alternative birth plan
Beard--Renae (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 110:52, p.3
4/21/2014 The author encourages young women to look into having a midwife help with pregnancy and the birthing process instead of a hospital. Midwives help ensure comfort with natural births. The cost associated with a midwives is also much less than a hospital.
4 Policy changes for pregnant and parenting students
Frasher--Iris (Class of 2017)
Northern Iowan 110:28, p.2
12/13/2013 UNI's Faculty Senate is working on a policy change to prevent pregnant students from being penalized for missing class due to medical reasons. The changes will become official upon the approval of President Rudd.
5 'Because I want to'
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 107:39, p.8
2/25/2011 Risking future plans for a few moments of enjoyment is not the brightest idea in the world. Wants and needs are seldom the same thing. We all have choices and must remember there are consequences to choices.
6 Dutch letters
Northern Iowan 106:55, p.3
6/11/2010 Christie Vilsack offers views on avoiding unplanned pregnancies.
7 UNI American Humanics (AH) program organizes health fair for local high school students
Public Relations News Release 2009:349, p.1
3/23/2010 The AH program donates 500 hours of service annually to a local nonprofit agency. This year the Black Hawk County Health Department was chosen to help educate students about making healthy decisions and living a healthy lifestyle.
8 Family planning research sparks debate among UNI students
Aunspach--Chase Steven (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:35, p.1
2/12/2010 Cost analysis study conducted by Iowa Initiative to Reduce Unwanted Pregnancies resulted in $3.78 saved for every $1.00 invested in family planning during the first year. Students have mixed views; photo.
9 Teen pregnancy trend
Cook--Lindsey K. (Student--2005)
Northern Iowan 105:3, p.9
9/9/2008 Movies, television, and the print media seem to be reporting more on teen pregnancy; believes that the need for sex education is vital.
10 UNI leads research program to reduce unintended pregnancies
Lantz--Kelly Briann (Student--2007)
Northern Iowan 104:38, p.14
2/26/2008 An $11.5 million dollar grant over three years will seek to aid in the reduction of unintended pregnancies. Mary Losch will administer the program.
11 Pregnancy research
Northern Iowan 104:37, p.8
2/22/2008 Commentary on the recently received grant to student unwanted pregnancy.
12 UNI to lead $11.5 million research program to reduce unintended pregnancies
Public Relations News Release 2007:391, p.1
1/31/2008 A five-year research program led by UNI to reduce the high rate of unintended pregnancies has been announced.
13 UNI and Christie Vilsack to announce research program to reduce unintended pregnancies in Iowa
Public Relations News Release 2007:380, p.1
1/28/2008 UNI will announce an $11.5 million, five-year research program to reduce the high rate of unintended pregnancies among young women in Iowa.
14 The century's most influential invention
Nichols--Brent (Student--2006)
Northern Iowan 102:48, p.7
4/4/2006 Believes that birth control has had powerful influence on life; also believes that the pill has created many problems.
15 U. S. abortion policy violates men's rights
Nichols--Brent (Student--2006)
Northern Iowan 102:33, p.5
1/31/2006 Wonders why abortion laws only pertain to the choices of women.
16 Politics at play in FDA decision
Gerling--Taylor R. (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 102:25, p.5
11/22/2005 Believes politics may have played a large role in not allowing the morning-after birth control pill to be sold over the counter.
17 Busy lifestyle makes birth control difficult to schedule
Reninger--Emily (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 101:11, p.10
10/5/2004 Questions Ryan Crane's comments about not understanding how women can be so busy as to forget to take birth control pills.
18 Human error in bed
Northern Iowan 101:11, p.7
10/5/2004 Gives facts and statistics on birth control and pregnancy.
19 Life in college balancing toddler and books
Border--Jessica (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 101:11, p.10
10/5/2004 Takes issue with Ryan Crane's column on birth control, this time stating that women who have children at younger ages can certainly live a full and happy life.
20 Will boys just be boys in the bedroom?
Crane--Ryan P. (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 101:10, p.5
10/1/2004 Refutes commonly heard male arguments against wearing condoms.
21 Will wonders never cease
Paulson--Bryce (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 101:10, p.5
10/1/2004 Believes people should not use technology as a crutch or as an excuse to remove themselves from responsibility.
22 Credit for women using protection
Foust--Sarah (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 101:9, p.6
9/28/2004 Disagrees with Ryan Crane's article on the oversimplification of birth control and believes women should be commended for engaging in the practice to begin with.
23 Missing pill doesn't equal pregnancy
Howerton--Amy (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 101:9, p.6
9/28/2004 Disagrees with Ryan Crane's column on the oversimplification of birth control and believes that missing the occasional scheduled pill will not result in pregnancy.
24 Lazy birth control for the absent-minded
Crane--Ryan P. (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 101:8, p.5
9/24/2004 Takes issue with the idea of reducing user responsibility for birth control.
25 Let's talk about sex
Weiskircher--Heidi B. (Classes of 2005 and 2006)
Northern Iowan 98:43, p.11
3/12/2002 Reports show that teenagers are waiting longer to have sex, possibly because of negative repercussions.
26 Missing report on sex education
Public Relations News Release 2000:391, p.1
4/30/2001 Joel Wells will discuss a report by Surgeon General David Satcher concerning sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies.
27 Being pregnant doesn't mean skipping exercise
Public Relations News Release 2000:200, p.1
1/15/2001 Dana Foster discusses the three keys to exercise during pregnant.
28 Exercising when you're expecting
Public Relations News Release 2000:170, p.1
12/4/2000 Pregnant women can still exercise, according to Dana Foster, a program coordinator at the Wellness/Recreation Center.
29 Exercising when you're expecting
Public Relations News Release 2000:301, p.1
11/20/2000 Exercising tips for pregnant women from Wellness/Recreation Center's Dana Foster.
30 Griffins' greatest road trip
Griffin--Michael Lloyd (Student--2000)
Northern Iowan 96:57, p.4
6/16/2000 Describes his greatest road trip as the journey to his birth.
31 Pregnancy and exercise can go together
Public Relations News Release 1997:365, p.1
6/4/1998 Program coordinator for UNI's Wellness/Recreation Center Dana Foster says exercise is possible while pregnant.
32 Taming the tempest of teen pregnancy
Public Relations News Release 1997:321, p.1
4/23/1998 Henry Foster will address the problem of teen pregnancy at UNI Saturday, April 25.
33 Undergraduate Social Science Research Conference will feature presidential advisor Henry Foster at the University of Northern Iowa Saturday, April 25
Public Relations News Release 1997:317, p.1
4/16/1998 Henry Foster to speak on teen pregnancy at Undergraduate Social Science Research Conference April 25, along with Tom Conners.
34 Conference examines teenage motherhood
Northern Iowan 94:16, p.2
10/24/1997 Conference deals with problems associated with pregnancy among teenagers.
35 Stopping kids from having kids
Deibler--Molly (Class of 1999)
Northern Iowan 94:16, p.1
10/24/1997 Judith Smith Musick speaks on teen pregnancy; photo.
36 Confronting the problems of teen pregnancy and parenthood
Public Relations News Release 1997:81, p.1
10/16/1997 Judith Musick is keynote speaker for Teen Pregnancy and Parenthood conference October 21.
37 Can boys have babies, too? Empathy Belly imitates real life
Northern Iowan 93:24, p.10
11/22/1996 Empathy Belly program gives students in residence halls idea of what it would be like to be pregnant; photo.
38 Teen pregnancy is persistent problem, says University of Northern Iowa professor
Public Relations News Release 1991:384, p.1
2/11/1992 According to Mary Franken, teenage mothers have babies of lower weight and higher mortality rate. They also have higher health risks during their pregnancy.
39 Special program for parents on teen self-esteem to be Tuesday (April 10) at Hoover intermediate school in Waterloo; co=sponsored by Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1989:537, p.1
4/5/1990 Laurie Stewart performs a presentation through the Project PREPARE III. The presentation will help parents help their children self-esteem and healthy sexual attitudes.
40 Speaker on self-esteem to visit area schools April 10, 11: Co-sponsored by University of Northern Iowa and local agencies
Public Relations News Release 1989:496, p.1
3/28/1990 Laurie Stewart visits with intermediate and junior high students for the PREPARE III teen-pregnancy prevention program. The project is co-directed by Professors Mary Franken and Cheryl Budlong through the Iowa Department of Human Services.
41 UNI prof: 'come a long way' since first test tube birth 10 years ago.
Public Relations News Release 1988:506, p.1
7/20/1988 Susan Koch says "in vitro" fertilization remains an expensive, seldom successful procedure.
42 UNI develops teen pregnancy program
Northern Iowan 84:19, p.6
10/30/1987 Mary Franken and Cheryl Budlong talk about the program for which they received a $34,362 grant.
43 Grant to Northern Iowa to provide K-12 curriculum development for dealing with adolescent pregnancy
Public Relations News Release 1987:105, p.1
10/27/1987 Professors Mary Franken and Cheryl Budlong direct Project PREPARE, a program designed to aid teachers in educating students on relationships and pregnancy. The program serves elementary, middle, and high schools of Black Hawk, Buchanan, and Tama counties.
44 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:95, p.1
10/21/1987 Wayne Anderson analyzes problems created by abandoned wells scattered throughout the state. Jay Edelnant explains the role of art in economic development. Cheryl Budlong and Mary Franken develop anti-pregnancy curriculum.
45 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:83, p.1
10/15/1987 Ken McCormick explains how local businesses benefit from tourists traveling to the World Series. Students abstain from alcohol for one week. Mary Franken and Cheryl Budlong develop pregnancy prevention curriculum. Carolyn Thomas speaks on self expression.
46 Iowa home economists are working to strengthen the changing family unit says UNI professor
Public Relations News Release 1987:446, p.1
8/5/1987 Phyllis Conklin explains the role of the Iowa Home Economics Association in improving the quality of life for Iowan families. Conklin focuses on dealing with the issues of teen pregnancy, and caring for the elderly.
47 Parenthood to be subject of four-segment program
McFarland--Laura (Class of 1987)
Northern Iowan 83:43, p.8
3/6/1987 Brief description of each segment to be given by Planned Parenthood in University Apartments.
48 Conception perception
Northern Iowan 81:12, p.3
10/12/1984 Responds to previous letter on abortion; believes abortion should be a choice.
49 Scherzo
Hantula--Tim (Class of 1985)
Northern Iowan 78:47, p.2
4/9/1982 A female student is talking to her birth control pills.
50 Birthright: 'women must make up their own minds'
Holley--Charles E. (Class of 1984)
Northern Iowan 78:35, p.8
2/16/1982 Extensive description of services provided by Birthright group; photo.


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