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Sophomore Class

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1 A comparative COVID-19 college experience
Koehler--Emma (Student--2021), Debruin--Karla (Northern Iowan Managing Editor)
Northern Iowan 118:3, p.5
9/2/2021 Freshman and Sophomore students discuss the changes in COVID-19 procedure between the 2020 and 2021 school year; photo.
2 Career Fair Guide
Northern Iowan 110:4, p.1
9/10/2013 Tips for students on how to make a great impression at the Career Fair. Includes proper dress and sample questions to ask. There is also a list of the businesses attending the Career Fair.
3 Career Fair Guide
Northern Iowan 109:5, p.supp 1
9/11/2012 Tips for freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors attending the Career Fair. Proper dress, preparation, and sample questions for companies provided.
4 Program expands borders to sophomores
Hammitt-- Katie Ruth (Class of 2005)
Northern Iowan 99:13, p.11
10/15/2002 The University Honors Program, offering more academically challenging classes, is now open to UNI sophomores.
5 Attitudes of sophomores expressed
Hessburg--Connie
Northern Iowan 81:55, p.1
5/3/1985 Five sophomores talk about how they have changed and what their attitudes are.
6 Board of Regents eliminates parietal rule for sophomores
Northern Iowan 76:1, p.12
8/31/1979 The Board of Regents decides to end parietal rule for two-year trial basis.
7 Regents hear UNI tenure report, personnel actions
Northern Iowan 75:60, p.1
7/6/1979 54% of faculty tenured; 74% on tenure track; parietal rule for sophomores suspended for two years; Norris Durham named department head.
8 Parietal rule lifted for sophs
Caldwell--Roland
Northern Iowan 75:59, p.1
6/29/1979 The Board of Regents lifted the parietal rule for sophomores at UNI.
9 Kamerick supports rule change
Northern Iowan 75:55, p.1
5/11/1979 President Kamerick supports a proposal by the RHA to change the parietal rule for sophomores. Under the proposed change, freshmen would still be required to live on campus.
10 Classification system revised
Meek--Lori L. (Class of 1982)
Northern Iowan 75:7, p.12
9/22/1978 New classifications are: freshmen, 0-29 hours; sophomores, 30-59 hours; juniors, 60-89 hours; seniors 90 or more hours; reflects increased numbers of liberal arts majors whose curricula are shorter.
11 TC ranks high in test results
Public Relations News Release 1960:189, p.1
1/25/1961 Seniors and sophomores of the Teachers College are evaluated with a series of examinations, resulting in scores greater than the norm group of over three-thousand students from twenty-nine universities.
12 Sophomores
Old Gold 0:0, p.262
6/1/1959 Photo of Freshmen on bleachers
13 Sophomores
Old Gold 0:0, p.263
6/1/1959 Directory of Sophomores; photo
14 Sophomores
Old Gold 0:0, p.264
6/1/1959 Directory of sophomores; photo
15 Sophomores
Old Gold 0:0, p.265
6/1/1959 Directory of sophmores; photo
16 Sophomores
Old Gold 0:0, p.266
6/1/1959 Directory of Sophomores; photo
17 Class of 1960
Old Gold 0:0, p.297
6/1/1958 Sophomore class of 1958; photo.
18 Class of 1960
Old Gold 0:0, p.298
6/1/1958 Sophomore class of 1958; photo.
19 Class of 1960
Old Gold 0:0, p.299
6/1/1958 Sophomore class of 1958; photo.
20 Underclassmen
Old Gold 0:0, p.289
6/1/1958 Scene of familiies moving their children into the dorms. Cars are parked along both sides of the street; photo.
21 All ISTC sophomores to be tested
Public Relations News Release 1950:245, p.1
2/28/1951 The national tests, in three sections, cover English, General Culture, and Contemporary Affairs. The tests are helpful to college administrators in finding out how effective their instruction is and in planning curriculum changes.
22 To sophomore men
Nelson--Martin Johan (Dean of the Faculty)
College Eye 33:27, p.1
4/10/1942 Navy V-1 examination will not be given; other arrangements will be made.
23 Sophomore girls have annual party
College Eye 32:24, p.3
3/21/1941
24 Sophomores are hosts at first semi-formal dance of the year; Wally Wallace's band will play for prom
College Eye 32:5, p.3
10/11/1940 Plans for the Sophomore Cotillion.
25 Carnival atmosphere to prevail Wednesday at sophomore party
College Eye 31:24, p.3
3/22/1940 Preview of the party.
26 Sophomores sponsor semiformal cotillion
College Eye 31:8, p.3
11/3/1939
27 Tutor Timetable
College Eye 31:8, p.1
11/3/1939 Events on campus.
28 Tutor Timetable
College Eye 31:7, p.1
10/27/1939 Events on campus.
29 Wit Thoma's rhythm featured at dance
College Eye 30:11, p.3
11/18/1938 Irwin and Donovan will lead the Grand March at the cotillion; photo.
30 Irwin lists dance aids
College Eye 30:10, p.3
11/11/1938 List of staff for sophomore cotillion.
31 Officers win by narrow margin; small vote elects girl, eleven boys
College Eye 30:6, p.1
10/14/1938 List of class officers.
32 Noble Ross entertains at cotillion
College Eye 29:9, p.3
11/5/1937 Dance for sophomores.
33 Sophomores plan semi-formal cotillion
College Eye 29:8, p.3
10/29/1937
34 Social Societies to exchange parties; sophomore cotillion next Friday
College Eye 28:7, p.3
10/23/1936 Campus social calendar.
35 Tsk! Tsk! woe is us! tug-of-war finds sophomores missing
College Eye 28:7, p.1
10/23/1936 Freshmen defeat sophomores in tug of war.
36 Just before the battle, mother . . . cry frosh-sophs
College Eye 28:6, p.1
10/16/1936 Freshmen and sophomores will engage in a tug of war to determine if the freshmen can remove their beanies.
37 Classes choose nominees for year's officers
College Eye 28:5, p.3
10/8/1936 List of nominees.
38 Classes to meet to nominate year's officers
College Eye 28:4, p.1
10/2/1936
39 Sophomore and Frosh to battle for supremacy
College Eye 28:4, p.1
10/2/1936 Rho Epsilon Rho will sponsor competition.
40 Menke to play for sophomore Cotillion Friday
College Eye 27:23, p.1
12/2/1935
41 The Sophomore Cotillion will be held December 6
Public Relations News Release 1935:310, p.1
12/1/1935 Committees.
42 An open letter to the student body
College Eye 26:38, p.1
4/12/1935 Some feel that the small number of votes cast in the recent Student Council elections was due in part to the students' lack of courage to manage student affairs.
43 Welfare committee tables class issue
College Eye 26:17, p.1
10/19/1934 Considers matter of class elections.
44 Council vetoes May Day fete; votes to abolish freshman and sophomore class elections
College Eye 26:16, p.1
10/12/1934 Believes Tutor Ticklers has replaced May Day; believe abolition of elections will enhance unity of the school.
45 Student Council minutes
College Eye 26:16, p.2
10/12/1934 Considers May Day, bulletin boards, and class elections.
46 The Sophomore Class
Old Gold 0:0, p.98
6/1/1934 Description of a typical Sophomore student; officers; photos.
47 The purple and the green
College Eye 24:12, p.2
11/28/1932 Believes a group should form to make sure freshmen wear their green caps.
48 Sophomores plan to settle frosh cap ruling Wednesday
College Eye 24:2, p.1
9/16/1932 Sophomores will meet to talk about enforcing freshman hazing.
49 Students elect class officers for next year
College Eye 23:42, p.1
5/13/1932 List of class officers.
50 Committees select candidates for class elections Tuesday
College Eye 23:41, p.1
5/6/1932 List of class officer candidates.

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