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201 Class conducts magazine study
College Eye 28:30, p.3
4/30/1937 Professor Divelbess' class is studying many kinds of magazines.
202 Here's Christmas reading for you
College Eye 28:14, p.2
12/17/1936 Professor Boothe offers suggestions.
203 "Read for fun," says Finkenbinder
College Eye 28:12, p.3
12/4/1936 Professor Finkenbinder offers explanation for reading fiction.
204 Blood, bats popular librarians assert
College Eye 28:9, p.1
11/6/1936 Librarians report that students like to read mysteries.
205 Students prefer mystery stories
College Eye 27:10, p.4
7/31/1936 Mysteries circulate heavily in the Library.
206 W. B. Fagan advises people to read what and when they like
College Eye 27:9, p.1
7/24/1936 Addresses subject of leisure reading.
207 Mr. Fagan to speak at forum Wednesday
College Eye 27:8, p.1
7/17/1936 Will speak on reading for leisure.
208 What do you read?
College Eye 27:42, p.2
5/8/1936 Comments on the condition of different kinds of magazines in the library.
209 Leisure reading is discussed by Fagan
College Eye 27:31, p.1
2/14/1936 Believes people read to get knowledge, to experience vicariously what they cannot personally experience, and to get spiritual solace.
210 Fagan will speak at forum Wednesday
College Eye 27:30, p.1
2/7/1936 On leisure reading.
211 Parlor Reading Circle begins its sixtieth year this fall; R. O. Skar is only faculty member belonging to society
Hart--Elizabeth (Student--1935)
College Eye 26:43, p.1
5/17/1935 Brief history of the group.
212 Student urges daily newspaper reading for liberal education
College Eye 26:17, p.2
10/19/1934 Student questions why others do not know what is happening in the world around them.
213 Veiled education found interesting
College Eye 25:29, p.3
2/2/1934 Student uses book to cover what she is really reading.
214 Hart's tabulation reveals 'Ann Vickers' is most popular book of current year; he has kept book sales records for over thirty years
College Eye 25:7, p.1
7/21/1933 Irving Hart talks about his hobby of tracking best-selling books.
215 Speaking of shipwrecks, deserted islands, books; What's your idea?; Bible, Shakespeare favored by members of faculty
College Eye 24:27, p.1
4/7/1933 Faculty select the books that they would take to a deserted island.
216 Do you read sublime or ridiculous stuff?
College Eye 24:10, p.1
11/11/1932 Will survey students to see what they read in the College Eye.
217 The problem of attempting to test objectively
Public Relations News Release 1932:42, p.1
10/17/1932 Lou Shepherd develops testing strategies to determine the literacy levels of grades one to three; Fred Cram develops tests for older children.
218 Two minutes
College Eye 24:5, p.2
10/7/1932 Professor Buckley comments on differences in taste between himself and students.
219 Mr. Hart combats illiteracy
Alumnus 16:2, p.13
4/1/1932 Irving Hart appointed chair of committee on illiteracy.
220 "Browsing rooms" aid readers in dormitory
College Eye 23:16, p.4
10/9/1931 Reading facilities in Bartlett Hall improved.
221 Browsing rooms are inaugurated in dorm
College Eye 23:16, p.5
10/9/1931 Two new browsing rooms opened.
222 Students buy "Post" first
College Eye 23:10, p.4
8/7/1931 Survey of magazine sales at Berg's Drugstore.
223 Twenty-five thrillers are sold to one of the "big four"; Good Housekeeping and Saturday Evening Post also in list of good sellers
College Eye 22:6, p.1
10/17/1930 Berg's Drugstore pharmacist talks about student reading habits.
224 Editorially speaking
College Eye 20:16, p.2
1/17/1929 Mourns the death of Edna Wolfe; encourages students to write home; discusses student reading choices.
225 National Book Week observed locally; unusual display of soap sculpture in lobby of library
College Eye 19:11, p.1
11/16/1927 Will feature display of books in Library lobby.
226 Two articles
College Eye 18:46, p.4
6/22/1927 Editorial suggests two articles that students should read, which appeared in "Worlds Work" magazine.
227 Good reading
Farrell--Katherine (Class of 1928)
College Eye 18:10, p.3
9/15/1926 Believes students will learn a great deal by doing good reading.
228 The literary taste of college students
College Eye 18:3, p.4
6/25/1926 Suggests that students are not seeking worthwhile and educational literature to read in their spare time.
229 What ten books would you take if you were to be placed in exile?; 100 students asked question
College Eye 16:26, p.2
3/18/1925 Survey results.
230 Cheap magazines not popular with large majority of students; Woman's Home Companion and Ladies' Home Journal are highest sellers
College Eye 16:25, p.2
3/11/1925 Psychology class surveys student reading habits.
231 Prof. Hart makes survey of popular authors of fiction; article appears in Publishers Weekly of last week
College Eye 16:24, p.5
3/4/1925 Studied bestsellers from 1900 through 1925.
232 Leisure time of students spent to profitable advantage; weekend slips from library reveal that worthwhile novels are read
College Eye 16:22, p.2
2/18/1925 A look at books being checked out over weekends from the library.
233 Little Tutors
College Eye 16:12, p.2
11/19/1924 News from the Training School.
234 Results of psychology experiments made known; three classes given test; by student conductors
College Eye 15:32, p.1
4/23/1924 Conduct reading tests in psychology classes.
235 A neglected master?
College Eye 14:27, p.4
12/19/1922 Contemplates the good qualities of Charles Dickens.
236 The Iowa Illiteracy Commission
College Eye 14:26, p.3
12/13/1922 Iowa Illiteracy Commission makes report.
237 President Seerley
Alumni News Letter 6:4, p.1
10/1/1922 President Seerley and the Iowa Committee on Illiteracy establish a set of recommended policies on public literacy.
238 How large is your world?
College Eye 13:20, p.5
2/1/1922 Urges students to read in order to expand their world.
239 Ruth Adsit
Alumni News Letter 5:3, p.3
7/1/1921 Former Teachers College primary critic, Ruth Adsit, writes a literacy education book titled "Suggestions in Teaching Reading".
240 Editorially speaking; would you ever have suspected it?
College Eye 12:21, p.4
2/9/1921 Disturbed that many in the US are illiterate.
241 Books
College Eye 10:4, p.2
11/6/1918 Editorial suggests that students should not put aside textbooks to read magazines and fiction.
242 War books
College Eye 9:18, p.4
2/12/1918 Students should read about the war and battlefields so they are knowledgeable about the current war.
243 Society
College Eye 9:15, p.6
1/23/1918 Seniors held party with a literary and musical program; English Club decided to promote more reading and better speaking among the students.
244 Outside reading--its values and how to handle it
Warner--Mildred (Class of 1917)
College Eye 8:26, p.3
4/25/1917 Outlines the benefits to be gained from reading.
245 The McGuffeys
Gist--William Wesley (English Faculty)
College Eye 1:20, p.2
2/28/1912 Professor Gist writes about the men responsible for the well-known series of readers.
246 An unmeasured influence
Gist--William Wesley (English Faculty)
Normal Eyte 21:2, p.20
9/14/1910 Professor Gist explains the influence of Dr. William Holmes McGuffey in the field of literature.
247 Studies in Organization and Teaching; stories reading, and literature in the school
Bender--Wilbur H. (Classes of 1886 and 1890; Education Faculty)
Normal Eyte 20:16, p.269
1/12/1910 Ideas for future teachers.
248 Studies in Organization and Teaching
Bender--Wilbur H. (Classes of 1886 and 1890; Education Faculty)
Normal Eyte 20:15, p.254
12/22/1909 Ideas for future teachers.
249 Studies in Organization and Teaching
Bender--Wilbur H. (Classes of 1886 and 1890; Education Faculty)
Normal Eyte 20:14, p.239
250 The Cottage Reading Circle
Normal Eyte 17:10, p.157
11/14/1906 Met at the Fullerton home; discussed American music.


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