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651 Students' directory will be sold this Registration Day; four hundred additional copies to meet increased demand
College Eye 16:13, p.3
11/26/1924 Will sell them on registration day.
652 Freshman class now organized
College Eye 16:4, p.2
9/24/1924 Roster of officers.
653 The finals regarding fall term registration
College Eye 16:4, p.1
9/24/1924 Terrors of registration are over; enrollment may be down a bit.
654 Nearly 2600 enrolled for fall term; increase of 2% over last year
College Eye 16:3, p.1
9/17/1924 Students wait in long lines to register; record freshman class.
655 Green caps and arm bands are delayed; to be sold at future date
College Eye 16:2, p.1
9/10/1924 Description of the caps and armbands; will not be sold during registration as they were last year.
656 Ironical Ike says--; Cynical Sylvia says--
College Eye 16:2, p.4
9/10/1924 Jokes and commentary on student life and classroom experiences.
657 Lend a hand to the freshmen
College Eye 16:2, p.4
9/10/1924 Urges upperclassmen to help freshmen during registration.
658 Enrollment record is made; over 2500 students enrolled; largest fall attendance in history of school
College Eye 15:3, p.1
9/19/1923 Large number of students surprises officials; registration extends into the evening.
659 Freshmen ushered in midst blaze of green; new style caps ordered by Student Council; freshmen will co-operate
College Eye 15:2, p.1
9/12/1923 Freshmen required to wear green hats in order to distinguish them from other students on registration day.
660 New system of registration great improvement
College Eye 14:37, p.1
3/21/1923 Appreciates individual attention received by students.
661 Change in registration explained
College Eye 14:35, p.1
3/7/1923 Every student's registration will need to be approved by an advisor.
662 Frosh to appear in green on registration day; Student Council requests aid of all organizations in enforcing regulation
College Eye 14:35, p.1
3/7/1923 Men will wear caps; women will wear armbands.
663 Literary; H. B. Shakespeare at Teachers College
College Eye 14:27, p.8
12/19/1922 Fictional character tells of experiences during registration.
664 Enrollment day
College Eye 14:25, p.1
12/6/1922 A look at the registration process.
665 Where were the "Good Samaritans"?
College Eye 14:15, p.4
9/27/1922 Criticizes the Y.W.C.A. and the Y.M.C.A. for not providing the help they advertised during registration.
666 Student selection of college courses
College Eye 14:13, p.4
9/13/1922 Understands difficulty that students find in selecting a course of study.
667 In the fall
Old Gold 0:0, p.265
6/1/1921 The tribulations of college life.
668 Registrar's notices
College Eye 12:6, p.5
10/6/1920 New policies pertaining to majors and minors and rhetorical requirements.
669 Registration Day, Fall 1919
Old Gold 0:0, p.252
6/1/1920 Humorous wish for more men on campus.
670 Fuel shortage forces vacation
College Eye 11:12, p.3
12/3/1919 Likely that school will close this week until December 30 because of coal shortage.
671 Assist new students in scheduling
College Eye 11:11, p.3
11/26/1919 Ida Fesenbeck and Leslie Reed are helping students plan their registration.
672 College enrollment 951 spring term; a slight falling off due to the large demand for teachers. Enrollment day is a busy one.
College Eye 10:19, p.1
3/19/1919 Students are choosing to teach rather than go to school due to advancing salaries.
673 Features
Old Gold 0:0, p.327
6/1/1917 Photos and creative works submitted to the Old Gold.
674 The new student
College Eye 7:2, p.5
9/29/1915 Cartoon depicting the experiences of the new student.
675 Registration of students
Quarterly News Letter to the Alumni 0:0, p.1
9/1/1915 Students wishing to attend classes should register with Registrar Charles S. Cory before the opening of the fall semester on September 15.
676 College calendar
College Eye 2:21, p.8
2/27/1913 Upcoming events.
677 Nellie had a little box
Ceperley--William A. (Student--1909)
Old Gold 0:0, p.287
6/1/1912 Poem and illustrations about a girl and her camera.
678 Selection of courses
Normal Eyte 21:19, p.327
2/8/1911 Provides an outline of Yale University's new course selection requirements.
679 Official; the educational Board of Examiners
Normal Eyte 20:12, p.200
12/4/1909 Rules and regulations for teacher certification; roster of fall 1909 graduates; faculty establishes Committee on Examination of Candidates and Committee on Entrance Requirements; registration procedures.
680 The enrollment of the first few days
Normal Eyte 18:23, p.353
3/25/1908 New registration procedures seem to have brought more students to campus on time.
681 The new enrollment system
Normal Eyte 18:20, p.308
2/19/1908 Text of new rules for registration; new graduation requirements.
682 Editorial
Normal Eyte 9:24, p.563
3/31/1900 Students should carry an appropriate academic load; some are inclined to carry too many classes.
683 Official
Normal Eyte 9:24, p.564
3/31/1900 Reform in the registration procedure; working on revision of high school curriculum; General Assembly working on ISNS appropriation.
684 An effort is being made
Normal Eyte 9:23, p.548
3/24/1900 To collect tuition fees more promptly.
685 A change has been made
Normal Eyte 9:21, p.498
3/3/1900 Registration system changed.
686 Official
Normal Eyte 9:8, p.174
11/4/1899 Important policy and procedure announcements including tuition exemption for Spanish-American War veterans; faculty considering adjustments to curriculum; hope to put summer session on regular basis; school needs $100,000 for new buildings.
687 Other items
Normal Eyte 9:4, p.79
10/7/1899 Schedule will continue with seven periods to accommodate the large number of students; War Department will return the two field guns; grading and landscaping of east edge of campus will continue.
688 The winter term program
Normal Eyte 9:2, p.31
9/23/1899 Will be available soon.
689 The spring term opened
Normal Eyte 8:23, p.315
3/18/1899 With good cooperation and plans for achievement.
690 The spring term program
Normal Eyte 8:22, p.307
2/25/1899 In print; scheduling can begin soon.
691 Candidates for graduation in June
Normal Eyte 8:21, p.296
2/18/1899 Registered for classes.
692 The spring term program is printed
Normal Eyte 8:19, p.265
2/4/1899 Seniors will register soon.
693 Candidates for graduation
Normal Eyte 8:9, p.124
11/5/1898 Scheduled classes for winter term.
694 The Normal School
Normal Eyte 8:8, p.110
10/29/1898 Array of classes is now such that students can enter at any term and find appropriate courses in First, Second, or Third Year work.
695 The spring term program
Normal Eyte 8:7, p.95
10/22/1898 Afternoon classes will become a necessity.
696 The winter term program
Normal Eyte 8:7, p.95
10/22/1898 Program being printed; seniors will register soon.
697 The program for the winter term
Normal Eyte 8:1, p.10
9/10/1898 Should be ready soon; becoming difficult to accommodate the increased numbers of students.
698 The fall term program
Normal Eyte 7:27, p.10
4/9/1898 Will be available soon.
699 Wednesday afternoon at 1:30
Normal Eyte 7:23, p.12
2/26/1898 Seniors register for classes.
700 All the seniors and special primaries
Normal Eyte 7:11, p.126
11/20/1897 Got scheduling completed on Tuesday before Thanksgiving.


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