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1 TV writers on strike
Busch--Michael E. (Student--2007)
Northern Iowan 104:22, p.5
11/9/2007 Twelve thousand members of the Writer's Guild have gone on strike; will cause many television shows to go to reruns.
2 U. S. West workers end 15 day strike
Northern Iowan 95:2, p.5
9/1/1998 U. S. West workers returned to their jobs Monday ending a fifteen-day strike.
3 UPS strike hits UNI
Hicks--Benjamin H. (Class of 1999)
Northern Iowan 94:1, p.1
8/29/1997 United Parcel Service strike affects shipments to University Book and Supply.
4 Overtime
McKinlay--Michael John (Classes of 1986 and 1990;
Northern Iowan 77:60, p.4
7/17/1981 More on the baseball strike.
5 Overtime
McKinlay--Michael John (Classes of 1986 and 1990;
Northern Iowan 77:58, p.4
6/19/1981 A look at the baseball strike.
6 Clarifies misleading information
Northern Iowan 77:21, p.2
11/18/1980 Robert Ellis, of the Wesley Foundation, makes corrections to leaflets that were distributed about the strike at Goodwill Industries.
7 Goodwill strike issues confused
Sandstrom--Roy E. (History Faculty)
Northern Iowan 77:21, p.2
11/18/1980 Corrects errors found in informational sheets being circulated on campus about the strike at Goodwill Industries.
8 It may take awhile to settle strike; technology improved; laws did not
Cahill--Mary E. (Class of 1981)
Northern Iowan 77:4, p.8
9/12/1980 According to Jim Waterbury, program director of KWWL-TV, the actors strike has come about because actors get only a small share of the money being made from reruns being shown on cable and home distribution systems.
9 Wiesenfeld suffers a self confidence crisis
Wiesenfeld--Julius (Mathematics Faculty)
Northern Iowan 70:35, p.2
2/22/1974 Professor Wiesenfeld offers views on truckers' strike.
10 "Blue Flu" affects UNI campus; hiring practices cited
Northern Iowan 67:32, p.1
2/19/1971 About one-third of physical plant and housekeeping employees do not appear for work; dissatisfied with shifts of employees from one unit to another and with hiring of new employee from off campus.
11 David & Goliath (?)
Northern Iowan 66:56, p.2
5/12/1970 The nation's universities are on strike.
12 AFT backs food strike
Northern Iowan 66:32, p.4
2/6/1970 Supports packing plant workers.
13 Board of Regents to appeal court's work stoppage ban
Northern Iowan 65:13, p.12
10/22/1968 Regents voted to appeal the decision of the Black Hawk County District Court which banned Physical Plant workers from participating in a strike or work stoppage; President Maucker and Dean Lang spoke to the Regents about money for research.
14 State employees treated unequal
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:12, p.2
10/18/1968 Professor Fox states in his column that it is unfair to deny public employees the right to strike.
15 New court order bans Physical Plant strike
Northern Iowan 65:10, p.12
10/11/1968 Monday's court order banned Physical Plant workers from striking or picketing on or near campus.
16 Petition won't be filed for at least 2 weeks
Northern Iowan 64:38, p.1
3/5/1968 Regents permanent injunction against striking will not be filed immediately; workers remain on job voluntarily.
17 Strike delays Towers work 'at least a week'--Porter; won't be finished by September
Northern Iowan 64:38, p.1
3/5/1968 President Maucker considers options; Science Building and addition to Administration Building should be finished this spring.
18 'Strike has little effect on dormitory schedule'
Northern Iowan 64:37, p.1
3/1/1968 Towers construction making good progress; photo.
19 Union to resume strike if district court gives OK
Northern Iowan 64:36, p.1
2/27/1968 Judge issues temporary injunction against strike.
20 66% of Physical Plant workers strike; wage, representation, parking
Northern Iowan 64:35, p.1
2/23/1968 Workers want wage increase; photo.
21 Union demands wage hike; meet with Maucker Monday
Northern Iowan 64:33, p.1
2/16/1968 Physical plant employees walk off job.
22 Three arguments on teacher strikes
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 63:28, p.2
1/13/1967 Defends the right of teachers to strike.
23 Initiative in job getting praised, withholding information blasted
College Eye 60:25, p.2
12/10/1965 States that the Holiday Inn is not contributing to racial inequality and that the students are not taking money from the strikers.
24 Mr. Larson is featured SCRO speaker
College Eye 60:25, p.8
12/10/1965 Will speak on Holiday Inn strike.
25 Strikers deserve decent Christmas
Davis--Merle O. (Classes of 1966 and 1969)
College Eye 60:25, p.2
12/10/1965 Encourages students not to take jobs offered to them by Holiday Inn.
26 42 faculty members sign pro-labor Holiday Inn petition
College Eye 60:23, p.3
12/3/1965 List of those who support strike of Holiday Inn workers.
27 Jensen: no job placement through aid office
College Eye 60:23, p.8
12/3/1965 No students were placed at the Holiday Inn during strike.
28 Quick SCI cash hurts strikers' wage battle
Crownfield--David R. (Philosophy and Religion Facu
College Eye 60:23, p.2
12/3/1965 Informs students about the present Holiday Inn strike, and asks them if they are willing to get in the way just to earn money.
29 AFL: Observe Holiday Inn picket lines
College Eye 60:22, p.2
11/30/1965 Describes the strike over working conditions for hotel, motel, and restaurant employees.
30 Campus activities highlighted by strike, guest performers
College Eye 57:32, p.1
5/31/1963 Highlights of the year's news.
31 Pickets and work stoppages on new library called off
College Eye 57:11, p.8
11/30/1962 High pressure pipe installed; will lower tunnel sections and work as long as weather permits.
32 Strike may delay library construction
College Eye 57:10, p.1
11/16/1962 Work has been stopped several times; need to get steam tunnels hooked up soon or work may be halted until spring.
33 Students, too, concerned with library work stoppage
College Eye 57:10, p.2
11/16/1962 Construction workers stop working because of low wages and concerns of lost time are brought up.
34 Workers back on job Tuesday after strike
College Eye 57:9, p.7
11/9/1962 Construction of new library building halted briefly after plumbers picket.
35 Teachers' proposed 'no-strike pledge' seems unwise
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 57:7, p.2
10/26/1962 The 'no-strike pledge' will do more harm than good.
36 Student workers postpone strike, study wage rates at other colleges
College Eye 57:5, p.8
10/12/1962 Will await report of investigating committee.
37 Student workers delay wage strike
College Eye 57:4, p.1
10/5/1962 Students decide to investigate other options; President Maucker notes that students who strike could lose their jobs.
38 Sympathy and condemnation for would-be strikers
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 57:4, p.2
10/5/1962 Has mixed feelings about proposed student strike.
39 Untitled
College Eye 57:4, p.2
10/5/1962 Strike for higher wages.
40 Teachers' strike shocking--but effective
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 56:28, p.2
4/27/1962 New York teachers' strike a success.
41 Teachers' strikes immoral?
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 52:10, p.8
11/18/1960 Professor Fox has mixed feelings about teacher strike in New York.
42 Taft-Hartley a mistake . . . .
College Eye 51:6, p.10
10/23/1959 Disagrees with the Taft-Hartley Act.
43 No danger of coal shortage here
College Eye 41:17, p.3
1/27/1950 Coal to heat the campus comes from southern Iowa so Teachers College will not be affected by the coal strike.
44 Survey of Campus Opinion
Smith--Warren Allen (Class of 1948)
College Eye 38:24, p.3
3/21/1947 Students respond to the question: "What do you think about public school teachers going out on strike for higher salaries?"
45 Survey of Campus Opinion
Smith--Warren Allen (Class of 1948)
College Eye 38:13, p.4
12/13/1946 Students give their opinions on the question: "Were you in favor of Judge Goldsborough's recent decision in the current coal strike; i.e. a three and a half million dollar fine for the United Mine Work and a ten thousand dollar fine for Mr. Lewis?"
46 Coal supply good; school continues
College Eye 38:12, p.1
12/6/1946 Strike should not affect ISTC supply soon.
47 World Views
Porter--Donald L. (Class of 1946)
College Eye 37:32, p.2
5/10/1946 Discusses how the United States may be perceived by others and how we should deal with the mine workers strike.
48 Watching the World
Gray--Basil D. (Class of 1944)
College Eye 35:10, p.2
11/12/1943 Gives his opinion on the coal miners' strike and how it should be treated.
49 Survey reveals students' opinions about labor strikes
Price--Eugene Louis (Student--1942)
College Eye 34:9, p.2
50 Campus Canvass; sticking our neck out
Richterman--Harold (Student--1940)
College Eye 32:27, p.2
4/11/1941 Survey results and opinions on the recent strike in the production industries; should there be anti-strike legislation?


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