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Title Date Summary
451 Reporters
College Eye 16:7, p.1
10/17/1924 Should report to College Eye office.
452 Attention
College Eye 16:6, p.8
10/8/1924 Organizational news reporters should register with the College Eye.
453 Marshalltown students meet to form club; sixteen present at meeting last week
College Eye 15:11, p.1
11/14/1923 Group meets and elects officers.
454 Student Council has arranged for May Fete parade; every organization in school to be represented; big feature of May Day
College Eye 13:32, p.1
4/26/1922 Will give each organization $5; a preview of some of the floats.
455 Being represented.
College Eye 13:14, p.4
11/30/1921 Campus organizations and departments need to use the College Eye to let others know what is going on.
456 Politics this year
Alumni News Letter 4:4, p.3
10/1/1920 Students organizing political party clubs so they are represented in elections. A Republican group organized first.
457 Pay Day April 21st
College Eye 11:28, p.2
4/14/1920 Representatives from the Student Council will meet at Crossroads to accept student payments due to campus organizations.
458 Student Council sets pay day!; pay all debts April 21
College Eye 11:28, p.1
4/14/1920 Annual Pay Up Day will provide tables for campus creditors to be present to receive their due payments.
459 Assistance
College Eye 9:21, p.4
3/6/1918 Reporters for campus organizations are encouraged to get their news to the paper in a timely manner.
460 Presidents of organizations
College Eye 9:3, p.7
10/3/1917 All meetings of organizations should be reported to the College Eye.
461 Student Council
College Eye 8:24, p.1
4/11/1917 News notes from the Student Council; Pay-Up Day was a success; planning to make motion picture of May Day parade.
462 We are constantly reminded
College Eye 8:23, p.4
4/4/1917 Criticizes those saying that T. C. has a lack of school spirit; believes it is shown in more sophisticated ways than yelling at athletic events.
463 Cooperation
College Eye 8:22, p.4
3/28/1917 After receiving a poor response from student organizations in regard to publishing a directory, the College Eye urges those organizations to be more cooperative in the future.
464 If your class or society
College Eye 8:22, p.4
3/28/1917 Reminds student organizations to elect a reporter so that they may attend the College Eye reporters meeting.
465 A directory
College Eye 8:21, p.4
3/7/1917 College Eye staff wishes to publish a directory of all student organization officers.
466 Spongers
College Eye 8:21, p.4
3/7/1917 Speaks out against those who do not do their share of the work in student organizations.
467 "Pay-Up Day"
College Eye 8:20, p.4
2/28/1917 Advocates extending Pay-Up Day to cover all debts owed to local business by student organizations.
468 "Pay-Up Day"
College Eye 8:19, p.3
2/21/1917 Student Council organizes day to settle all outstanding student organization dues.
469 Editorial
College Eye 8:16, p.4
1/31/1917 Brief comments on campus issues.
470 Last call for seniors; Feb. 10th the last day to receive senior pictures
College Eye 8:16, p.1
1/31/1917 Seniors receive reminder to submit photographs to the Old Gold staff for inclusion.
471 Seniors must have pictures taken; only four weeks and no more pictures will be taken
College Eye 8:14, p.1
1/17/1917 Old Gold sets deadline for senior and organization pictures to be submitted for yearbook.
472 Value of school activities
College Eye 8:13, p.4
1/10/1917 Urges students to join student organizations, but issues warning not to "overdo" it.
473 Why?
College Eye 8:12, p.4
12/13/1916 Wonders why women are not as active as men at the college, even during a women's equality movement.
474 Editorial
College Eye 8:11, p.4
11/29/1916 Various thoughts from the College Eye.
475 Fair play
College Eye 8:9, p.4
11/15/1916 Expressed displeasure at allegations of Buena Vista College recruiting ineligible men to play on their football team; other thoughts and comments on campus happenings.
476 Drop all dates
College Eye 8:2, p.4
9/27/1916 Reminders for gathering news material.
477 College Directory
College Eye 7:23, p.2
3/29/1916 People to contact for campus clubs and organizations.
478 Just to facilitate business
College Eye 7:22, p.4
3/22/1916 Will print names of presidents and officers of all campus clubs.
479 Railroading; a receipt
College Eye 7:15, p.4
1/26/1916 Sarcastic view expressing how officers can place members of organizations against each other.
480 Schoolmaster's Club elects officers
College Eye 7:12, p.7
12/15/1915 Roster of officers.
481 Cooperation
College Eye 7:10, p.4
11/24/1915 Encourages student organizations to send information to be published in the College eye.
482 N. C. A.
College Eye 7:10, p.2
11/24/1915 Father Wieneke spoke about the upcoming Catholic Students' Convention in Indiana.
483 The Faculty attitude toward student organizations
College Eye 7:7, p.4
11/3/1915 Suggests that student organizations be given more freedom.
484 Untitled
College Eye 7:7, p.5
11/3/1915 Considered forming a Scandinavian Club for students from Norway and Denmark.
485 Editorial
Ary--Lester C. (Class of 1915; Extension Faculty)
College Eye 4:16, p.4
1/22/1915 Claims that the College Eye would do better if society reporters would turn in their news.
486 Editorial effervescences
College Eye 4:9, p.4
11/5/1914 Briefly comments on a number of subjects.
487 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
College Eye 3:13, p.225
12/18/1913 Professors Cory and Lambert conducted study center; advising system revised; faculty decide on class term length; student organizations have made financial reports..
488 Financial management of the college organizations; adopted by the faculty, September twenty-third, 1912
College Eye 2:5, p.1
10/2/1912 Text of regulations dealing with finances in student organizations.
489 The clubs are organizing; object social and educational; many good lecturers obtained; Science Club held first meeting
College Eye 2:3, p.1
9/19/1912 Nearly every department has a club; Science Club hears lecture on New Mexico.
490 Two members
College Eye 1:4, p.4
10/4/1911 Believes it would be valuable for I. S. T. C. students to create guidelines for society "rushing."
491 Official
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 20:9, p.152
11/3/1909 Rules for eligibility to participate in athletics and other extracurricular activities; invites students to visit the aquarium.
492 School directory
Normal Eyte 10:1, p.17
9/15/1900 Student organizations and their officers.
493 Not since 1895
Normal Eyte 8:33, p.463
5/27/1899 Christian Associations will put out handbook describing student organizations and their purposes.
494 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.
495 Last Saturday evening
Normal Eyte 6:27, p.321
4/24/1897 Group organizes K. U. T. E. to have a good time.
496 School Directory
Normal Eyte 1:1, p.4
1/12/1892 Roster of officers of student organizations.

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