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Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC)

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Title Date Summary
151 ROTC upholds freedom for all
Stamberg--Allan J. (Cooperative Education Staff)
Northern Iowan 96:19, p.10
11/2/1999 Staff member supports ROTC programs on campuses.
152 ROTC teaches life skills, not intolerance
Hall--Seth G. (Class of 1998)
Northern Iowan 96:17, p.7
10/26/1999 ROTC students write they have learned many important skills through the program.
153 University ensures right, left wing ideas are heard
Hays--Richard Allen (Public Policy Faculty)
Northern Iowan 96:17, p.7
10/26/1999 Faculty member comments on the university community's response to Katherine van Wormer's letter about ROTC.
154 Van Wormer's statements disregard positive aspects of military science
Northern Iowan 96:17, p.7
10/26/1999 Instructor supports the existence of ROTC programs on college campuses and responds to Katherine van Wormer's statements on the topic.
155 History of ROTC at UNI
Northern Iowan 96:16, p.1
10/22/1999 Timeline showing development of ROTC on campus.
156 Professor's letter ignites firestorm
Northern Iowan 96:16, p.1
10/22/1999 Examines the controversy surrounding Professor van Wormer's letter to U. S. News and World Report protesting the presence of ROTC on college campuses; photo.
157 U.S. News and World Report, Oct. 4, 1999
Van Wormer--Katherine S. (Social Work Faculty)
Northern Iowan 96:16, p.1
10/22/1999 Reprint of letter by Professor van Wormer to U. S. News and World Report protesting the presence of ROTC on college campuses.
158 UNI faculty debates ROTC
Northern Iowan 96:16, p.1
10/22/1999 September 27 Faculty Senate meeting included a debate over the presence of ROTC on campus; debate continues following Professor van Wormer's letter against ROTC in 10/4/99 issue of U. S. News and World Report; profile of Professor van Wormer.
159 Van Wormer's letter brings UNI into spotlight
Northern Iowan 96:16, p.6
10/22/1999 Editorial reminds readers to respect the rights of others to express opinions which differ from their own.
160 Van Wormer ignores sacrifices of ROTC
Leach--James R. (Student--1990-1994)
Northern Iowan 96:15, p.9
10/19/1999 Letter disagrees with Katherine Van Wormer's letter in 10/4/99 issue of U.S. News and World Report; argues that ROTC and military insure continued existence of academic and personal freedoms.
161 Selling more than camouflage
Public Relations News Release 1999:75, p.1
10/11/1999 Discussion with ROTC leaders about what is being done to encourage more young people to join the military.
162 ROTC rocks at fall training weekend
Northern Iowan 96:12, p.9
10/8/1999 Students spent last weekend learning survival skills in ROTC Fall Field Training Exercise at Camp Dodge; photo.
163 Interim dean, new department heads and directors begin work this fall at the University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1999:35, p.1
9/7/1999 UNI has seven new or acting department heads, an interim dean in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and a new director of teacher education who have begun work this semester; list and brief profiles.
164 Untitled
Arbuckle--Amanda A. (Class of 2001)
Northern Iowan 96:1, p.7
8/27/1999 Maj. Gen. Stewart W. Wallace addressed faculty, veterans, and ROTC personnel; photo.
165 National commander of Army ROTC to visit University of Northern Iowa Aug. 24-25
Public Relations News Release 1999:20, p.1
8/19/1999 Major General Stewart W. Wallace will discuss the military's role in society and the benefits of a military career during a luncheon on Wednesday, August 25, 1999.
166 Five University of Northern Iowa ROTC cadets commissioned to the rank of second lieutenant
Public Relations News Release 1998:402, p.1
5/27/1999 Cynthia Blake, William Donaldson, Sonya Finch, Tonya Hightower, and Travis Keizer were commissioned as lieutenants. The cadets were sworn in by Lt. Col. Danny Syhre. Gordon Mack was the guest speaker.
167 The University of Northern Iowa's ROTC program to honor cadets and staff on April 23
Public Relations News Release 1998:336, p.1
4/16/1999 UNI ROTC program will honor staff and students April 23. Lt. Col. Danny Syhre and Major Tony Cornelius will preside over the ceremony.
168 University of Northern Iowa ROTC students to become Second Lieutenant officers at Dec. 19 ceremonies
Public Relations News Release 1998:185, p.1
12/11/1998 ROTC will commission Wesley Hall, Randy Jensen, and Jeremy Wightman as U.S. Army second lieutenants. William Witt, Lt. Col. Danny Syhre, and Maj. Gen. Stewart Wallace will speak at the ceremonies.
169 Army van at Dome
Northern Iowan 95:24, p.2
11/20/1998 Army Adventure Van with interactive exhibits will be parked on west side of Dome today and tomorrow.
170 Army Adventure Van will visit the University of Northern Iowa on Nov. 20-21
Public Relations News Release 1998:137, p.1
11/10/1998 The Army Adventure Van, a moving interactive museum of state-of-the-art technology, will visit UNI.
171 Ten University of Northern Iowa students earn their 'Jump' wings upon completion of Army Airborne School
Public Relations News Release 1998:30, p.1
9/10/1998 Ten students earn Army Airborne School "Jump" Wings; list included.
172 What's Up
Northern Iowan 94:30, p.2
1/23/1998 Schedule of activities and meetings.
173 University of Northern Iowa ROTC students to become second lieutenant officers
Public Relations News Release 1997:157, p.1
12/16/1997 Department of Military Science will commission three to become U.S. Army second lieutenants Dec. 20. Those students include Zachary T. Irvine, Suzi H. Kozuki, and Christopher O. Lieb.
174 ROTC run results in MS donation
Northern Iowan 94:19, p.1
11/4/1997 UNI and University of Iowa ROTC units raise over $1100 for multiple sclerosis in run to Iowa City.
175 ROTC awards make for great beginning
Northern Iowan 94:8, p.2
9/26/1997 ROTC students receive awards for training and classroom work..
176 UNI and U of I team up to battle MS
Northern Iowan 94:2, p.3
9/5/1997 Members of UNI ROTC and swim team will run football from Cedar Falls to Iowa City in effort to raise money to fight multiple sclerosis.
177 UNI ROTC offers classes, experience
Northern Iowan 94:1, p.6
8/29/1997 Benefits of participating in ROTC program; description of classes and student responsibilities.
178 Bomb scare near Lang
Northern Iowan 93:39, p.1
2/25/1997 Package found outside Lang Hall was falsely thought to be a bomb.
179 ROTC provides education, opportunity, confidence
Northern Iowan 93:35, p.8
2/11/1997 ROTC student gained much from his summer at Camp Challenge.
180 ROTC students commissioned
Northern Iowan 93:32, p.4
1/31/1997 Scott Byer, Matthew Graf, and Michael Murphy were commissioned as second lieutenants in ROTC.
181 Route neither short nor direct; ROTC runs game ball for multiple sclerosis
Northern Iowan 93:7, p.11
9/24/1996 ROTC students and others ran game ball to Ames Friday and Saturday to raise money for multiple sclerosis; photo.
182 Look who's running to Ames
Fees--Nikole Jean K. (Class of 1999)
Northern Iowan 93:6, p.12
9/20/1996 UNI ROTC members and others will run the game ball from UNI to the Ames football stadium to raise money for multiple sclerosis; photo.
183 ROTC cadets honored at ceremony
Northern Iowan 93:5, p.4
9/17/1996 Thirty students received awards and/or scholarships last Friday; photo.
184 Lyle likes quality of UNI ROTC program
Northern Iowan 92:29, p.1
1/23/1996 Local officer explains evaluation made by Major General James Lyle; photo.
185 Two students earn their ROTC jump wings
Northern Iowan 92:15, p.3
10/17/1995 Students attend Airborne School in Georgia and tell about their experiences there.
186 Reserve judgment
Public Relations News Release 1995:82, p.1
10/9/1995 Maj. Gen. James Lyle states that since the army is getting smaller, the number of officers to run 316 ROTC programs is too high.
187 University of Northern Iowa students earn Army ROTC scholarships
Public Relations News Release 1995:57, p.1
9/28/1995 ROTC scholarship winners announced.
188 Despite downsizing, Lyle hopes ROTC program remains intact; commanding general visits campus
Northern Iowan 92:8, p.4
9/22/1995 Concern for low enrollment in UNI ROTC program; remedies sought; photo.
189 Two students from the University of Northern Iowa earn their "jump" wings upon completion of Army Airborne School
Public Relations News Release 1995:34, p.1
9/14/1995 Two ROTC students at UNI complete Army Airborne School.
190 Head of nations' army ROTC program, Major general James M. Lyle, to visit University of Northern Iowa ROTC program September 20
Public Relations News Release 1995:28, p.1
9/8/1995 Media availability conference for the Head of the ROTC program on the national level will be held at UNI on September 20.
191 O'Regan returns as ROTC's instructor
Northern Iowan 92:4, p.5
9/8/1995 Alumnus Patrick O'Regan returns to campus as advanced course instructor; photo.
192 ROTC runs game ball
Northern Iowan 92:4, p.16
9/8/1995 UNI and University of Iowa ROTC cadets will run game ball from Cedar Falls to Iowa City to raise money for multiple sclerosis.
193 University of Northern Iowa ROTC joining University of Iowa ROTC in game ball run to raise funds for multiple sclerosis Friday & Saturday, September 8
Public Relations News Release 1995:21, p.1
9/5/1995 UNI and U of I ROTC units to participate in Game Ball Run.
194 Governor's Cup goes to Lovell
Northern Iowan 92:1, p.3
8/25/1995 Jeffrey A. Lovell wins 1995 Governor's Cup for outstanding ROTC cadet.
195 University of Northern Iowa ROTC student from Marshalltown given Governor's Cup Award
Public Relations News Release 1994:577, p.1
8/9/1995 Winner of the Governor's Cup Award is announced.
196 University of Northern Iowa ROTC cadets earn awards
Public Relations News Release 1994:551, p.1
7/12/1995 ROTC at UNI holds Spring Awards Ceremony. Students listed.
197 UNI cadets teach New Hampton elementary students wilderness survival skills
Northern Iowan 91:63, p.2
6/30/1995 Students learn survival skills.
198 University of Northern Iowa cadets teach New Hampton Elementary students basic wilderness survival skills
Public Relations News Release 1994:532, p.1
6/19/1995 Camp EWALU hosted New Hampton Elementary students learning basic survival skills from UNI ROTC member.
199 University of Northern Iowa ROTC student wins Marshall Award
Public Relations News Release 1994:456, p.1
5/10/1995 Kerry Studer named winner of the George C. Marshall ROTC Award.
200 ROTC honors cadets at award ceremony
Northern Iowan 91:58, p.6
5/2/1995 List of cadets who received awards.


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