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Recognition Day

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1 MacLean addresses 700 on Recognition Day program
College Eye 31:31, p.1
5/10/1940 Malcolm MacLean speaks; list of seniors who were honored.
2 Recognition Day to honor high seniors
College Eye 31:30, p.1
5/3/1940 Twenty-six seniors will be honored.
3 Recognition Day honors
College Eye 30:32, p.4
5/12/1939 List of students and organizations honored.
4 Recognition Day to be Thursday; honors twenty groups
College Eye 30:31, p.1
5/5/1939 Will honor members of the twenty honorary clubs and societies.
5 Nebraskan is Recognition Day speaker
College Eye 30:30, p.1
4/28/1939 Chauncy Samuel Boucher will speak; will honor student achievement.
6 Special assembly honors students next Wednesday
College Eye 28:31, p.1
5/7/1937 About 150 students will be honored at Recognition Day.
7 Recognition Day slated May 12
College Eye 28:30, p.1
4/30/1937 Will honor those who excelled in scholarship and campus leadership; fifth annual event sponsored by Men's Union, Women's League, and Student Council.
8 Recognition Day speakers laud honor students
College Eye 27:43, p.1
5/15/1936 President Latham speaks on goals of ISTC.
9 Recognition will be given to honorary organization members next Wednesday; Nelson, Suter, Graber will address student body at assembly
College Eye 27:42, p.1
5/8/1936 At Recognition Day assembly.
10 Scholarship motives viewed at assembly
College Eye 26:43, p.1
5/17/1935 Brief overview of Recognition Day convocation; list of students who were honored.
11 Recognition Day assembly to be next Wednesday
College Eye 26:42, p.1
5/10/1935 Honors awarded to various campus groups and organizations.
12 Changes mark academic year as outstanding; Nelson is faculty dean; college holds first formals
College Eye 26:1, p.1
6/6/1934 Survey of important events of 1933-1934.
13 Assembly held for honorary organizations; high seniors and members of fourteen societies are presented
College Eye 25:43, p.1
5/18/1934 Description of ceremony honoring scholastic achievement.
14 Eighteen highest ranking seniors will be honored at Recognition day sevice.
Public Relations News Release 1934:480, p.1
5/12/1934 The service will be on Wednesday, May 16. All members of honorary organizations will also be presented.
15 Second annual Recognition Day will be May 16
College Eye 25:42, p.1
5/11/1934 Description of program.
16 Spring term holds many extracurricular events
Public Relations News Release 1932:446, p.1
4/25/1934 With the senior prom, May fete, Recognition Day, recreational sports and picnic for Men's Play Day, women's farewell picnic, Commencement activities, as well as all the sports, music, tests, concerts and competitions spring is certainly a busy season.
17 The first Recognition Day ceremonies for men and women
Public Relations News Release 1932:440, p.1
4/23/1934 Men and Women honor students will be presented to the student body on May 16 in the first Recognition Day ceremonies for both men and women at the school. The first recognition day was in 1933 and for women only.
18 Recognition Day will be May 16; committees arrange plans for men and women honor students
College Eye 25:39, p.1
4/20/1934 First Recognition Day held in 1933 for women only; will hold special assembly.
19 Honor the men too?
College Eye 25:31, p.2
2/16/1934 There should be a men's recognition day as well as a women's.
20 Women get recognized
Public Relations News Release 1932:310, p.1
5/14/1933 Recognition program accorded honors to women who excel in scholarship--members listed.
21 Recognition Day is planned for honor women; O. R. Latham will address assembly; faculty, men will be guests
College Eye 24:32, p.1
5/12/1933 Ten high ranking women and honorary societies will be featured in first Recognition Day.
22 First Annual Recognition Day
Public Relations News Release 1932:301, p.1
5/10/1933 Ten women honor students will be given special recognition on May 17.

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