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Schweer--Kendra (Class of 1988)

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1 Purple and old gold' awards announced at University of Northern Iowa commencement.
Public Relations News Release 1988:471, p.1
5/10/1989 List of those receiving Purple and Old Gold Awards, also listed is their hometown, meritorious scholarship, the area in which received and from the college or school.
2 Northern Iowa awards degrees to 520 fall graduates.
Public Relations News Release 1988:242, p.1
1/13/1989 List of graduates, their hometowns, degree received and major.
3 Intercollegiate academics competition- not athletic competition- possible through special program at University of Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1988:224, p.1
12/22/1988 The Intercollegiate Academics Fund promotes and supports academic experiences for UNI students and groups. Projects funded include programs in many fields of study.
4 Commencement speaker named
Lilledahl--Jeanne (Class of 1989)
Northern Iowan 85:29, p.5
12/9/1988 Profile of Kendra Schweer; photo.
5 University of Northern Iowa commencement to be at 1 P.M. Saturday, Dec. 17.
Public Relations News Release 1988:203, p.1
12/8/1988 President Constantine Curris will confer degrees on the students, who will include four doctor of education recipients.
6 Kendra Schweer excels on University of Northern Iowa speech team.
Public Relations News Release 1988:445, p.1
5/20/1988 Schweer reached semi-finals at the National Forensic Association Tournament at Arizona State University, finished third at the Interstate Oratory Competition in Salem, OR. She was also a quarter-finalist at the American Forensic Association Tournament.
7 Northern Iowa takes sixth place sweepstakes at National forensic association tournament in Arizona.
Public Relations News Release 1988:403, p.1
4/28/1988 Sixth place sweepstakes at the National Forensic Association National Tournament was captured by the sixteen members of the University of Northern Iowa's individual events team.
8 On heels of successful season, Northern Iowa individual events team sending 11 to AFA national tournament April 8-11
Public Relations News Release 1987:351, p.1
4/7/1988 Eleven students qualify for the American Forensic Association National Tournament. The team is coached by Professors Mary Ann Renz and Bill Henderson, and will compete in sales analysis, communication analysis, and prose interpretation.
9 Northern Iowa takes third place sweepstakes in final MAFL tournament of season
Public Relations News Release 1987:329, p.1
3/28/1988 Professors Mary Ann Renz and Rich West accompany the individual events team in their third place victory at the Mid-America Forensic League Tournament. Students competed in poetry, persuasive speaking, and prose interpretation.
10 Forensics teams earn high marks before nationals
Reicks--Rodney Eugene (Class of 1988)
Northern Iowan 84:47, p.1
3/18/1988 Reports on winners in recent debate and forensics action.
11 University of Northern Iowa qualifies 11 more entries for American Forensics Association National Tournament in April
Public Relations News Release 1987:307, p.1
3/14/1988 The university qualifies eleven entries for the April American Forensics Tournament. Qualifying participants compete in communication analysis, persuasive speaking, and sales analysis.
12 Northern Iowa individual events team captures second place in nine-state MAFL event
Public Relations News Release 1987:287, p.1
2/29/1988 The individual events team competes with teams from nine other states in the MAFL tournament in Ames. The team earned second place for their performances in poetic interpretation, communication analysis, and persuasive speaking.
13 Northern Iowa individual events team captures first place in state tournament
Public Relations News Release 1987:279, p.1
2/24/1988 Penny Geurink, and Professors Mary Ann Renz and William Henderson coach the individual events team in their first place victory in the Iowa Intercollegiate Forensic Association State Tournament.
14 Schnathorst likes challenge of college, speech competition
Suchomel--Lisa (Student--1986-1988)
Northern Iowan 84:37, p.10
2/12/1988 Profile of Shelley Schnathorst; photo.
15 Another second place sweepstakes finish for Northern Iowa individual events team
Public Relations News Release 1987:249, p.1
2/4/1988 The individual events team places second in the Twin Cities Forensic League, behind the University of Wisconsin. The next competition is the Iowa Intercollegiate Forensic Association Tournament, held on UNI campus.
16 Northern Iowa individual events team places third in MAFL tournament on home ground; 23 schools attend
Public Relations News Release 1987:244, p.1
2/1/1988 Teams from twenty-three schools visit UNI campus for the Mid-America Forensics League Tournament. Northern Iowa's individual events team places third, behind Bradley University and the University of Wisconsin.
17 Northern Iowa debaters, individual event team members place in four tournaments
Public Relations News Release 1987:159, p.1
12/1/1987 Eighteen individual events team members and eight debaters compete in forensic tournaments in North Carolina, Kansas, and Nebraska, with twenty students earning awards from each competition. The students were accompanied by communication arts faculty.
18 Speech students place sixth in recent Bradley tournament
Northern Iowan 84:25, p.12
11/20/1987 Finish sixth of twenty-two teams.
19 Northern Iowa's Individual Events speech team continues its 'winning ways'
Public Relations News Release 1987:141, p.1
11/17/1987 Professor Mary Ann Renz' Individual Events team achieve their fifth consecutive placement in a major speech competition. The seven-member team was accompanied by Professors Renz and William Henderson.
20 Northern Iowa's individual events team wins another first place sweepstakes award
Public Relations News Release 1987:101, p.1
10/27/1987 The individual events team earns first place at the Mankato State University Tournament in Minnesota. Students competed in sales speaking, theatre, and communication analysis. The team was accompanied by Professor Richard West, and Penny Geurink.
21 UNI individual events team off to a good start
Public Relations News Release 1987:61, p.1
10/2/1987 The individual events team takes second place in the Mid-America Forensics League competition at Loras College. The team was accompanied by Professors Bill Henderson, Richard West, and Mary Ann Renz.
22 UNI individual events team to begin season Wednesday (Sept. 23) with exhibition performance
Public Relations News Release 1987:46, p.1
9/18/1987 Members of Professor Mary Ann Renz and Rich West's individual events team perform five presentations at the Communication Arts Center. The exhibition is open to the public, free of charge.
23 Two UNI coeds place in Interstate Oratory Tournament
Public Relations News Release 1987:376, p.1
5/18/1987 Kendra Schweer and Shelley Schnathorst, coached by Mary Ann Renz, place fourteenth and tenth in the Interstate Oratory Tournament. Forty-three students from twenty-two states participated in the tournament.
24 UNI Individual Events Team takes fourth in the nation at AFA nationals; individuals win 'personal best' with 3rd and 11th finishes
Public Relations News Release 1987:341, p.1
4/22/1987 Nine members of the Individual Events Forensics Team, coached by Professor Mary Ann Renz, attend the American Forensic Association competition. Shelley Schnathorst placed third in the nation, and Penny Geurink placed eleventh.
25 First place sweepstakes win for UNI's Individual Events team in MAFL tournament concludes regular season; nine team members qualify for AFA Nationals
Public Relations News Release 1987:292, p.1
3/30/1987 Professor Mary Ann Renz and Rich West accompany the nine-member team to the final Mid-America Forensic League Tournament of the year. Julie Goodlick and Bill Henderson led their team in the AFA National Tournament in Fargo.
26 First place to UNI individual events team in largest MAFL tournament ever!
Public Relations News Release 1987:243, p.1
3/2/1987 The forensics team, coached by Professor Mary Ann Renz, took first place out of nineteen teams competing in the Mid-American Forensic League tournament. The team was accompanied by Rich West and Joan Talty, who are instructors in communication.
27 UNI individual events team takes first place at state tournament
Public Relations News Release 1987:235, p.1
2/23/1987 The forensics team, coached by Professor Mary Ann Renz, achieved first place in the Iowa Intercollegiate Forensics Association tournament. Members competed in informative, persuasive, prose interpretation, and after dinner speaking.
28 UNI individual events team begins new year in winning style
Public Relations News Release 1986:172, p.1
1/19/1987 The forensics team emerged from the St. Olaf Invitation pentathlon in third place. Five students, coached by Professor Mary Renz, competed in dramatic interpretation, sales speaking, duo interpretation, rhetorical criticism, and informational speaking.
29 UNI's Individual Events team places second in Minnesota Invitational
Public Relations News Release 1987:102, p.1
11/12/1986 Two of eight members of the Individual Events team were awarded individual sweepstakes awards in the Minnesota Invitational. The team competed in forms of public speaking and dramatic interpretation. Students were accompanied by four faculty members.
30 UNI individual events team takes second place at Mankato Invitational
Public Relations News Release 1987:71, p.1
10/21/1986 A team of university students participated in the Mankato State Invitational Tournament. The team was coached by Pofessor Mary Ann Renz and Rich West. Students competed in persuasive speaking, as well as dramatic and musical performances.
31 Student chosen to reign
Morse--Julie A. (Class of 1988)
Northern Iowan 82:30, p.9
1/28/1986 Vanessa Kuhlman selected queen and Kendra Schweer selected first runner-up at Iowa Cattlemen's meeting; photo.
32 Ho Ho Ho!
Morse--Julie A. (Class of 1988)
Northern Iowan 82:26, p.supplement 7
12/10/1985 Kendra Schweer, Rhonda Wittenburg, and the Men's Glee Club all participate in Christmas activities; photo.

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