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551 An SLB president's job
College Eye 43:23, p.2
3/28/1952 States the duties and responsibilities of the position.
552 Election reforms needed
College Eye 43:23, p.2
3/28/1952 Calls for pre-election conventions to nominate individuals to run for SLB offices.
553 Primary vote is suggested
College Eye 43:23, p.1
3/28/1952 For Student League Board candidates.
554 Six SLB candidates taken out; others are urged to file
College Eye 43:23, p.1
3/28/1952
555 Student gov't. lists activities
College Eye 43:23, p.5
3/28/1952 Will hold convocation to introduce candidates.
556 Students Joan Welle and Don Moskowitz will attend the sixth Student United Nations conference at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, March 28-30 as
Public Relations News Release 1952:502, p.1
3/24/1952 Welle and Moskowitz were selected by the Student League board, student governing body at the college. Each member will choose a country which he would like to represent and will attend council meetings according to seating of the members.
557 A job for student government
College Eye 43:22, p.2
3/21/1952 Wants the SLB to take charge of the book exchange.
558 SLB gavel is up for grabs
College Eye 43:22, p.1
3/21/1952 Nomination petitions available.
559 Untitled
College Eye 43:22, p.2
3/21/1952 Encourages SLB candidates to take a stand on college issues.
560 Filing for SLB opens March 20
College Eye 43:21, p.1
3/7/1952 Procedures for filing petitions.
561 It's your responsibility
College Eye 43:21, p.2
3/7/1952 Calls for people to participate in the student government.
562 Three chosen for arts group
College Eye 43:21, p.8
3/7/1952 List of members of new committee.
563 A voting machine
College Eye 43:20, p.2
2/29/1952 Urges the use of a voting machine for the campus elections.
564 An answer
College Eye 43:20, p.2
2/29/1952 Refutes the use of a voting machine for the all campus elections.
565 Election counts will be posted
College Eye 43:19, p.1
2/22/1952 College Eye will mimeograph early results.
566 The college has been awarded a 1951 Crusade for Freedom citation for effective and unselfish service by the Des Moines headquarters for the drive
Public Relations News Release 1952:421, p.1
2/18/1952 Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity, sponsored the drive after approval was given by the Student League Board, student governing organization. The purpose of the Crusade for Freedom is to send truth and hope through the Iron Curtain.
567 Student League Board postpones date of annual all-campus election
College Eye 43:17, p.1
2/8/1952 Due to rush conflict.
568 Dr. Max E. Fuller spoke on "The Art of Controversy" during an all-college convocation
Public Relations News Release 1952:385, p.1
1/30/1952 People can learn to handle controversial matters on the "talk it out" level and avoid moving down to the "fight it out" level, according to Fuller, dean of Grinnell College.
569 Dr. Max E. Fuller states that people can learn to handle controversial matters on the "talk it out" level and avoid moving to the "fight it out" level
Public Relations News Release 1952:386, p.1
1/30/1952 Fuller, dean of Grinnell college, Grinnell, spoke on "The Art of Controversy" during an all-college convocation. He called the ability to handle controversial issues one of the basic factors in the development of creative leaders for a democratic society.
570 Dr. Max E. Fuller, dean of Grinnell College, Grinnell, will be the featured speaker during an all-college convocation
Public Relations News Release 1951:359, p.1
1/23/1952 Fuller's topic will be "The Art of Controversy." The program for the convocation includes an organ prelude by Ruth Troeger; a report of the Men's Union by the organization's president, Arnie Jensen; a report of the Association of Women Students.
571 Dr. Max E. Fuller, dean of Grinnell College, Grinnell, will be the featured speaker during an all-college convocation
Public Relations News Release 1951:360, p.1
1/23/1952 Fuller's topic will be "The Art of Controversy." Fuller joined the Grinnell staff in 1947. At the present time he is dean of the college, professor of speech and director of basic communication.
572 Special to: The Cedar Falls Record
Public Relations News Release 1951:313, p.1
1/12/1952 Don Peters, senior student from Marcus, is the most eligible bachelor at the college. Peters was chosen by the Association of Women Students board and the dance committee.
573 Don Peters, senior student from Marcus, is the most eligible bachelor
Public Relations News Release 1951:306, p.1
1/11/1952 The announcement of the Most Eligible Bachelor was made Saturday night, Jan. 12, in connection with "Lover's Leap," traditional dance where the girls ask for dates, escort the men and pay all expenses.
574 Plan new bulletin boards; SLB group will remodel Crossroads
College Eye 43:13, p.1
1/11/1952 Committee makes recommendations on subject matter for each board.
575 Special To: the Waterloo Courier
Public Relations News Release 1951:307, p.1
1/11/1952 The Most Eligible Bachelor is Don Peters senior student from Marcus.Peters is a business education major and is president of the Student League Board, student governing body. He is a member of Lambda Gamma Nu Social Fraternity.
576 Student League Board minutes
Schuck--Barbara Ann (Class of 1952)
College Eye 43:12, p.3
12/14/1951 Summarizes the activities of the student governmental group.
577 Special to Sumner Gazette
Public Relations News Release 1951:145, p.1
11/14/1951 James Ribbeck, Sumner, was one of 21 college students accepted for recognition in the 1951-52 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." The publication is one national basis of recognition for college students.
578 Special to: Jefferson Bee
Public Relations News Release 1951:160, p.1
11/14/1951 Ruth Grow, Rippey, was one of 21 students accepted for recognition in the 1951-52 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." The publication is one national basis of recognition for college students.
579 Special To: Jefferson Herald
Public Relations News Release 1951:159, p.1
11/14/1951 Ruth Grow, Rippey, was one of 21 college students accepted for recognition in the 1951-52 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." Nominations were made by the student welfare committee at the college.
580 Special To: Tama Northern
Public Relations News Release 1951:144, p.1
11/14/1951 Bob Wilson, Gladbrook was one of 21 students accepted for recognition in the 1951-52 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." Nominations were made by the student welfare committee at the college and submitted to the pu
581 Special to: Toledo Chronicle
Public Relations News Release 1951:156, p.1
11/14/1951 DeWayne Cuthbertson, Toledo, was one of 21 college students accepted for recognition in the 1951-52 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." Consideration was given to scholarship, leadership, and curricular activities.
582 Minutes of the Student League Board
Seipert--Evelyn (Class of 1953)
College Eye 43:8, p.3
11/9/1951 News from the Student League Board meeting.
583 Opinion is free; make use of it
Weldin--Patricia Lee (Student--1951-1952)
College Eye 43:7, p.2
11/2/1951 Freedom of speech doesn't protect you from being questioned.
584 Student government is fact, not farce
College Eye 43:7, p.2
11/2/1951 This letter clarifies that student government is not just a name; it does accomplishment good things.
585 Minutes of Student League Board
College Eye 43:6, p.7
10/26/1951 Hear committee reports and requests.
586 Rumors say today is day; SLB silent
College Eye 43:6, p.1
10/26/1951 Friday may be Cut Day.
587 Student government: Fact or farce?
College Eye 43:6, p.2
10/26/1951 Students don't think student government is doing its job.
588 Minutes of Student League Board
Siepert--Evelyn (Class of 1952)
College Eye 43:5, p.2
10/19/1951 Receive report on Skip Day survey.
589 Board tells skip day poll results
College Eye 43:4, p.1
10/12/1951 Will be selected by committee.
590 Students vote today to determine policy for Fall quarter Cut Day
College Eye 43:3, p.2
10/5/1951 Sample ballot.
591 Minutes of Student League Board
Slepert--Evelyn (Student--1951)
College Eye 43:2, p.2
9/28/1951 Student League Board provides minutes to the readers.
592 Student-faculty talent show to provide surprise tonight
College Eye 43:2, p.1
9/28/1951 Preview of the show.
593 York, Siepert to fill league posts
College Eye 43:2, p.7
9/28/1951 List of offices and committee chairs.
594 Student League Board announces meeting schedule for organization
College Eye 43:1, p.6
9/21/1951 Schedule of meetings for student organizations.
595 Students and faculty to stage talent show
College Eye 43:1, p.1
9/21/1951 SLB sponsors show.
596 Student government since 1931
Hart--Irving Harlow (Extension Faculty and Archivist)
First 75 Years 0:0, p.144
7/1/1951 History of student self-government units.
597 Student government, 1886-1931
Hart--Irving Harlow (Extension Faculty and Archivist)
First 75 Years 0:0, p.141
7/1/1951 Rules and regulations relating to students under President Seerley; establishment of offices of Dean of Women and Dean of Men; beginnings of student self-government.
598 student league board
Old Gold 0:0, p.74
6/1/1951 Brief description of the group; photo.
599 Progression or retrogression??
College Eye 42:32, p.2
5/30/1951 Student government has not progressed in the past year.
600 Results are announced for SLB election
College Eye 42:32, p.1
5/30/1951 Early results favor constitutional revision.

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