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Student Discipline

Displaying 101 - 146 of 146
Title Date Summary
101 No panties please!
College Eye 48:6, p.2
10/19/1956 Congratulates students for showing positive Homecoming spirit and encourages them to keep doing so.
102 4 suspensions result from TC rioting
College Eye 47:9, p.1
11/4/1955 Several windows broken, goal posts on practice field torn down, and other damage result from student rampage before Homecoming.
103 The negative animal
College Eye 47:3, p.2
9/23/1955 Comments on the reactions to certain rules on campus.
104 Hints for teachers bothered with discipline in classes
Guenther--Audrey A. (Class of 1950)
College Eye 40:35, p.2
7/8/1949 Cooperating with the student's parents is a good way to stop discipline problems at school.
105 Park your pistols with the Registrar
College Eye 34:33, p.1
6/18/1943 A look at some old student rules and regulations.
106 Bartlett Hall co-eds
Alumnus 23:2, p.2
4/1/1939 Bartlett Hall students institute hall courts for infractions.
107 Graduates who remember with glee . . . .
Alumnus 22:4, p.1
10/1/1938 Eight-member student-faculty committee will rule on disciplinary infractions and send decisions to the President for enforcement.
108 Spanking may be all right
College Eye 29:38, p.1
7/1/1938 Faculty members offer their views on corporal punishment.
109 Barber says spanking in futile punishment
College Eye 28:0, p.4
8/13/1937 Edith Barber outlines her views on corporal punishment.
110 Our Grandpop's days are over
College Eye 28:21, p.1
2/19/1937 Quick look back at rules and regulations from earlier days.
111 Time may come and time may go, but the rules go on forever; students fifty years ago abided (?) by strict regulations
College Eye 26:22, p.1
11/23/1934 Quick look at student regulations then and now.
112 Proved right
College Eye 25:33, p.2
3/2/1934 Students show their independence and responsibility; believes revised class attendance system warranted.
113 Editorials; beer laws unnecessary
College Eye 24:30, p.2
4/28/1933 Does not believe that beer drinking will become a campus problem now that Prohibition has been repealed.
114 Drinking charges are investigated by officials
College Eye 22:29, p.3
5/1/1931 Investigating reports of drinking after dance in Waterloo; one student suspended.
115 Things that every girl should know
College Eye 21:26, p.2
4/4/1930 Social rules for women.
116 Women's Council approves rules
College Eye 21:26, p.1
4/4/1930 Women's Council approves social regulations.
117 The Women's League at I. S. T. C.
College Eye 21:15, p.2
1/17/1930 Women's League forming at I. S. T. C.; purposes are to aid in enforcement of rules and regulations and to promote women's activities on campus.
118 Pamphlet of rules and regulations is sent out to faculty
College Eye 21:7, p.7
10/24/1929 Outlines grading system and scholarship regulations.
119 Miss Campbell speaks to house managers
College Eye 21:2, p.2
9/19/1929 Speaks to Bartlett Hall residents on discipline and regulations.
120 Deans approve social regulations of college
College Eye 21:1, p.1
9/9/1929 Women's hours and housing regulations posted.
121 The forum
Childs--Ralph William (Class of 1929)
College Eye 20:40, p.2
7/3/1929 Initiation of new Minnesingers; Kay Louis laments that men must behave less often than women; Ralph Childs defends an earlier opinion about school rules.
122 The forum
Stewart--Leo Eleazor (Class of 1929)
College Eye 20:39, p.4
6/27/1929 Student is upset about rules that students must follow while in college; refuting last week's column regarding the necessity of the Placement Bureau; student blames dull May Day on weather.
123 Editorially speaking
College Eye 20:38, p.4
6/20/1929 Optimistic about less-constricting rules for the students; hopes more changes occur in the future.
124 Two students
College Eye 19:27, p.1
3/21/1928 Two students have been suspended for false registration; names not given.
125 The Pop-off
College Eye 19:15, p.8
12/14/1927 Sarcastically suggests more hall monitors are needed in Bartlett Hall; feels monitors are too nosy on the weekends.
126 Ancient antics
College Eye 18:20, p.2
11/24/1926 Old ISNS rules and responsibilities.
127 Dean Reed calls 250 students on carpet; various forms of dishonesty are brought to light concerning spring enrollment
College Eye 16:30, p.1
4/15/1925 Roughly 250 students caught manipulating registration numbers in some manner so as to register earlier.
128 Special supervision for those below 'M'; college authorities doing all in power to aid delinquents
College Eye 16:29, p.1
4/8/1925 New measures taken to aid T. C. students who fail to meet academic standards.
129 Over 650 students fail to make 15 grade points for fall term; college authorities give reasons they believe are causing delinquencies
College Eye 16:19, p.1
1/28/1925 Faculty and administration cite lack of student preparation and insufficient attention to college work.
130 Stay with us
College Eye 16:17, p.4
1/14/1925 Students reminded of the grade point policy and consequent suspension for failing to maintain fifteen grade points per term; College Eye requests information on social events for publication.
131 Grade point rule puts jinx on spring track prospects
College Eye 16:15, p.6
12/10/1924 Three track runners on academic suspension; will be unable to join the team in the spring.
132 A suggestion
Hodgin--Sara B. (Class of 1923)
College Eye 13:25, p.4
3/8/1922 As future teachers, students need to maintain a high standard of behavior.
133 Much has been said
College Eye 8:17, p.4
2/7/1917 Comments favorably on the expulsion of two students caught stealing a sweater, but questions the expulsion of a student for having bought the stolen goods.
134 Purpose of the Student Council; a word about its organization
Meyerholz--Charles Henry(Social Science Faculty)
College Eye 8:10, p.1
11/22/1916 Outline of the duties of the newly organized Student Council; members listed.
135 What I would do if I ran ISTC
Old Gold 0:0, p.326
6/1/1913 Humorous rule changes students might make; quotes.
136 Positive factors in school government
Colegrove--Chauncey Peter (Education Faculty)
Normal Eyte 21:5, p.75
10/5/1910 Professor Colegrove notes the positive factors needed for good order in school, including the qualifications and characteristics of the teacher, pupils being interested in their work, and the support of the community for the school.
137 Rod will again swing
Normal Eyte 18:17, p.272
1/29/1908 Restricted corporal punishment will be allowed in New York; decisions based on opinions from all over the country.
138 Editorial
Normal Eyte 11:25, p.601
3/30/1901 President Seerley spoke out strongly against an incident of hazing.
139 Recently a student paper
Normal Eyte 7:32, p.6
5/14/1898 Believes faculty must exert some sort of governance over students.
140 The beginnings of the State Normal School
Wright--David Sands (Mathematics Faculty)
Normal Eyte 6:33, p.390
6/12/1897 Professor Wright offers his views of the early days of the school; includes several humorous anecdotes.
141 College associations and college discipline
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 6:29, p.338
5/8/1897 President Seerley believes that the YMCA and the YWCA are major forces in school governance and in keeping good moral order in students' lives.
142 To succeed in any community
Normal Eyte 6:6, p.62
10/17/1896 Students must by uniformly discreet in their conduct.
143 There are a few students
Normal Eyte 4:31, p.491
5/11/1895 Would like students to obey school rules.
144 A most hopeful sign
Normal Eyte 4:9, p.133
11/10/1894 Applauds recent actions against class scraps and rowdyism at other colleges.
145 School government
Griffin--Edward H.
Students' Offering 8:36, p.3
146 Discipline
Students' Offering 4:12, p.5
5/1/1880 Different kinds of discipline aid in development.


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