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Student Rights and Responsibilities

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Title Date Summary
1 UNI ACLU pushes knowledge of rights
Szeszycki--Emily (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 99:15, p.1
10/22/2002 UNI's ACLU will host a "Know Your Rights" week, November 4-8, in order to inform students about their rights as students at UNI.
2 Student Rights and Responsibilities University of Northern Iowa 1989-90
Northern Iowan 86:17, p.11
10/31/1989 Text of document.
3 Plagiarism not tolerated at UNI
Hagerman--Brian (Class of 1992)
Northern Iowan 85:37, p.10
2/14/1989 A look at definitions of plagiarism and the penalties for those who are caught.
4 Student Rights and Responsibilities: University of Northern Iowa 1987-88
Northern Iowan 84:6, p.13
9/15/1987 Text of the policy.
5 Student rights and responsibilities 1986-1987
Northern Iowan 83:6, p.11
9/16/1986 Text of the policy.
6 Student Rights and Responsibilities
Northern Iowan 81:5, p.12
9/18/1984 Text of the regulations.
7 Students rights and responsibilities
Northern Iowan 80:5, p.13
9/13/1983 Text of the document.
8 Policies and procedures manual revised
Eggers--Carolyn
Northern Iowan 80:4, p.3
9/9/1983 New Student Rights and Responsibilities handbook brings policies together in one place.
9 Student Rights and Responsibilities; University of Northern Iowa 1982-1983
Northern Iowan 79:7, p.11
9/21/1982 Text of document.
10 Student Policy Handbook
Northern Iowan 78:5, p.Insert 1
9/15/1981 Full text of handbook.
11 If students decide to act
Carlson--Don
Northern Iowan 74:30, p.2
1/17/1978 Believes students must move forward on many fronts.
12 Policy handbook to come out this week
Vorman--Julie A. (Class of 1979)
Northern Iowan 74:8, p.9
9/27/1977 Tom Romanin talks about the new student handbook.
13 Dixie questions Council
Fisher--Dixie
Northern Iowan 72:39, p.3
2/20/1976 Dixie Fisher questions the Administrative Council on the 24-hour visitation issue; believes that the Council should at least have conducted a survey.
14 Students equal too
Cramer--William L.
Northern Iowan 72:39, p.3
2/20/1976 Two students write an open letter dealing with the 24-hour visitation issue to the vice president and other administrators.
15 Fox will not obey article C.3
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
Northern Iowan 68:11, p.3
10/22/1971 Professor Fox strongly disagrees with point of Student Rights and Responsibilities dealing with disclosure of political views.
16 UNI students rights
Northern Iowan 67:58, p.7
7/2/1971 Text of policy.
17 Senate outlines responsibilities of student life
Northern Iowan 67:49, p.7
4/30/1971 Text of code of behavior.
18 Student Senate approves rights statement 19-0; lacking quorum
McCrea--Steve E. (Class of 1974)
Northern Iowan 67:36, p.1
3/5/1971 Text of student rights and responsibilities statements.
19 Students Rights Statement final draft presented by Student Life
Northern Iowan 67:23, p.10
12/11/1970 Text of progress report.
20 Statement on student rights drawn up
Northern Iowan 67:18, p.1
11/17/1970 Text of statement dealing with various rights.
21 University Forum
Northern Iowan 66:46, p.1
4/7/1970 Will discuss student rights.
22 Organizational News
Northern Iowan 66:41, p.8
3/10/1970 Activities and meetings.
23 Students may appeal to Discipline Committee
Wherry--Peg (Class of 1972)
Northern Iowan 65:26, p.12
12/10/1968 Students have recourse if they believe they have been unjustly punished.
24 President gives statement on Proposed Rights Bill
Northern Iowan 64:25, p.1
12/11/1967 Will study bill and consult with Regents about legal implications.
25 Vote on Proposed Rights Bill satisfies Upchurch
Northern Iowan 64:22, p.1
12/1/1967 Bill approved 2059-169; passed on to administration.
26 'Bill of Proposed Rights is needed'--Upchurch
Northern Iowan 64:20, p.1
11/17/1967 Explains and promotes passage of bill; believes potential problems with Greek system can be overcome.
27 Discusses proposed student Bill of Rights
Pudenz--Steve
Northern Iowan 64:20, p.2
11/17/1967 Explains his understanding of bill.
28 Evaluate bill and vote in student elections Monday
Wales--Ila
Northern Iowan 64:20, p.2
11/17/1967 Urges students to vote.
29 Students to vote Monday on Bill of Proposed Rights
Northern Iowan 64:19, p.1
11/14/1967 Text of bill.
30 Want to be first class citizen?
Upchurch--Bruce L. (Industrial Technology Faculty)
Northern Iowan 64:19, p.2
11/14/1967 Bruce Upchurch explains importance of proposed Bill of Student Rights.
31 SS passes proposed Rights Bill unanimously
Northern Iowan 64:18, p.1
11/10/1967 Will appear as amendment to Student Senate constitution.
32 Calls for responsibility 'as well as rights'; actual text
Maucker--James William (President of ISTC--SCI--and UNI)
Northern Iowan 64:14, p.2
10/27/1967 Statement by President Maucker on rights and responsibilities.
33 Bill of Rights, Pass-Fail resolutions are before SS
Northern Iowan 64:10, p.1
10/13/1967 Texts of resolutions regarding student rights, pass/fail options, and housing contracts.
34 Dr. Voldseth explains rule concerning sexual conduct
College Eye 63:61, p.3
7/21/1967 Edward Voldseth explains origin of recent codification of rules.
35 Movement must seek to put real alternatives in men's minds
Refshauge--Tom (Student--1967)
College Eye 63:55, p.3
5/16/1967 Advocates action in protests, not just ignorance.
36 How to be an all-American boy
Hoffmans--Edward C. (English Faculty)
College Eye 63:53, p.2
5/9/1967 Poetically counters a letter from the last issue of the paper.
37 Poem equates dissent
Towne--Don (Student--1965)
College Eye 63:53, p.2
5/9/1967 Claims that the country itself was founded by dissenters; previous letter is more un-American.
38 Student rights for everyone?
Jacobson--Bill R. (Student--1967)
College Eye 63:53, p.2
5/9/1967 Questions why women on campus don't seem to have equal rights.
39 Should minority decide Free University plans
Alvine--Lynne B. (Student--1966)
College Eye 63:52, p.2
5/5/1967 Encourages students to become active participants in the program.
40 What is college responsible for?
Upchurch--Bruce L. (Industrial Technology Faculty)
College Eye 63:52, p.2
5/5/1967 Encourages the removal of school administration from the governing of student's personal lives.
41 'Don't always get what you pay for'
Kreitinger--Thomas E. (Student--1967)
College Eye 63:51, p.2
5/2/1967 Feels that the teaching methods of the college are inadequate.
42 Rules are ridiculous
Kun--Karen K. (Student--1967)
College Eye 63:48, p.4
4/21/1967 Complains about the strictness of the housing rules.
43 'End housing regulations'
Bloom--Kenneth (Student--1966)
College Eye 63:47, p.3
4/18/1967 Advocates the abolishment of housing regulations.
44 Untitled
Franks--Lonnie
College Eye 63:47, p.1
4/18/1967 Five students wearing clothes of the Normal School era protest women's hours; related story on page 8; photo.
45 Upchurch: progress based on questions and answers
Upchurch--Bruce L. (Industrial Technology Faculty)
College Eye 63:44, p.2
4/7/1967 Student Senate president declares the vital importance of student government.
46 Invasion of private lives most serious problem
Davis--Robert (Student--1964)
College Eye 63:43, p.2
3/24/1967 Contends that the greatest issue faced by SCI is governing of students lives beyond the academic environment.
47 Says SCI pretending
Anderson--Bud (Student--1965)
College Eye 63:43, p.4
3/24/1967 Says that lack of student voice in university administration is preventing the institution from progressing.
48 No greed harder to control than amassing matchsticks
Olmsted--William E. (Class of 1966)
College Eye 63:38, p.2
3/7/1967 Sarcastic congratulations for a job well done in punishing the 'matchstick gambling fiends.'
49 Why have women's hours?
Franks--Lonnie
College Eye 63:36, p.2
2/28/1967 Contends that SCI women are too "stupid and scared" to fight for their rights.
50 'They need more smarts'
College Eye 63:30, p.2
2/7/1967 Reprinted 'Courier' article expresses discontent with the Controversial Speakers Program.

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