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Summer Session

Displaying 201 - 250 of 785
Title Date Summary
201 French institute SCI first; 12 workshops on campus
College Eye 60:59, p.1
6/24/1966 Brief description of summer institutes.
202 Summer hours announced for office, library
College Eye 60:58, p.3
203 Summer hours for dining and snacks listed
College Eye 60:58, p.1
204 50 teachers participate in NDEA institute
College Eye 60:57, p.6
5/20/1966 Will participate in eight-week summer session.
205 Frosh summer enrollment is decreasing
College Eye 60:57, p.6
5/20/1966 Enrollment in summer for freshmen who wish to start college early is declining.
206 Students must file summer session intent
College Eye 60:38, p.1
207 Workshop for repertory theatre this summer
College Eye 60:31, p.6
2/8/1966 Company will perform three works.
208 Applications for math program will be received
College Eye 60:30, p.7
2/4/1966 Seeking applications for NSF summer math institute.
209 Applications for study in summer workshops due
College Eye 60:30, p.4
210 Summer enrollment increases
Alumnus 50:3, p.17
9/1/1965 Summer 1965 enrollment is 2713.
211 Summer workshops finish after eleven days of work
College Eye 59:53, p.2
8/20/1965 Highlights of safety education and programmed instruction workshops.
212 Post session workshops in various fields take place at SCI this month
College Eye 59:52, p.1
8/13/1965 Description of workshops.
213 Recreational activities for end of term are planned
College Eye 59:52, p.1
214 Catholic sisters take up text books, forego teaching duties for summer
Safley--Karen (Student--1965)
College Eye 59:49, p.2
7/16/1965 Profile of Roman Catholic nuns who are studying on campus; photo.
215 'Traveling' mixer tonight; activity night to morrow
College Eye 59:45, p.1
6/18/1965 Activities will be held at several locations.
216 Don¿t hibernate this summer; be friendly, active, curious
College Eye 59:45, p.2
6/18/1965 If students look for activities, they will find movies, hiking, socializing, clubs, and other pastimes.
217 Summer enrollment 2,748; 111 higher than '64 session
College Eye 59:45, p.1
218 Summer hours announced for library, offices
College Eye 59:45, p.1
219 Untitled
Parrish--Wallace (Student--1965)
College Eye 59:45, p.2
6/18/1965 Students in class dream of summer days spent fishing.
220 Office hours will change June seventh
College Eye 59:44, p.3
221 Friday will be summer school registration day
College Eye 59:40, p.4
222 Summer school housing cards due this Friday
College Eye 59:38, p.1
5/4/1965 A look at the upcoming summer session.
223 Applications for Guidance School due Thursday
College Eye 59:30, p.3
3/26/1965 May enroll in summer institute.
224 Knutson to attend summer school conference
College Eye 59:30, p.3
3/26/1965 Will attend regional meeting.
225 Summer offerings not expanded
Stevenson--Gary (Student--1965)
College Eye 59:22, p.2
2/26/1965 Currently only two of the twenty-eight listed courses can be considered 'advanced.'
226 11-weekers liven campus
Alumnus 49:3, p.16
9/1/1964 735 remain for three week session following regular summer 8-week session; photo.
227 1st summer English Institute
Alumnus 49:3, p.12
9/1/1964 Twenty teachers will study teaching concepts.
228 New program for Lab School
Alumnus 49:3, p.12
9/1/1964 Eight-week summer program in music and drama.
229 Activities planned for last 2 weeks
College Eye 58:38, p.1
8/14/1964 A look at activities for the last part of the 11-week session.
230 Eye will rest next week for 8-week final exams
College Eye 58:37, p.1
7/31/1964 Will publish two-page issues during last weeks of 11-week session.
231 Summer UPC schedules stage play, films, parties
College Eye 58:32, p.1
6/26/1964 Schedule of summer activities.
232 Co-ed games, swims in summer recreation plans
College Eye 58:31, p.3
6/19/1964 Schedule for recreational facilities.
233 Student attitudes do change with further experience
College Eye 58:31, p.1
6/19/1964 Finds differences between those who are starting school this summer as opposed to those who started school last summer; photo.
234 Summer enrollment total up 15 per cent from '63
College Eye 58:31, p.1
6/19/1964 Enrollment for summer 1964 is now 2628; photo.
235 Summer hours earlier at offices, Union, Library
College Eye 58:31, p.1
6/19/1964 Summer schedules.
236 Summer session approved
Alumnus 49:2, p.9
5/1/1964 Regents approve extensive summer program.
237 Three plus two equals four . . . .
Alumnus 49:2, p.16
5/1/1964 Outline of various summer session programs.
238 New 11-week term highlights summer
Alumnus 48:3, p.9
9/1/1963 Long term will be continued; photo.
239 Eight week summer session ends Wednesday
College Eye 57:39, p.1
240 2300 enroll for 8, 11-week Summer School
College Eye 57:33, p.3
241 Dr. Maucker greets students
Maucker--James William (President of ISTC--SCI--and UNI)
College Eye 57:33, p.2
6/21/1963 J. W. Maucker writes a letter of welcome to summer students.
242 Untitled
College Eye 57:33, p.1
6/21/1963 Freshmen begin college early with the eleven week summer session; photo.
243 Year around school has advantages for students
College Eye 57:33, p.2
6/21/1963 Students finish sooner and save money through year around school.
244 '63 summer school students now total 1102
College Eye 57:31, p.3
5/24/1963 Significant increase over previous year.
245 Lab School conducting summer session
Alumnus 48:2, p.7
5/1/1963 Will run eight week session in variety of areas.
246 Regents approve $301,000 for '63 summer school
College Eye 57:15, p.3
1/18/1963 12% increase over last summer.
247 College offers 11-week summer session in 1963
Alumnus 47:4, p.9
12/1/1962 Students can take as many as twelve hours; can graduate in three years; photo.
248 New summer term for beginning freshmen offered next summer
College Eye 57:9, p.6
11/9/1962 May earn up to twelve credits in twelve weeks.
249 Lab School provides chance to observe, experiment
Davis--Alice (Student--1962)
College Eye 56:40, p.1
8/3/1962 Richard Lattin talks about the purposes of the PLS summer session.
250 Summer school--a job well done
Speirs--Kent (Class of 1965)
College Eye 56:40, p.2
8/3/1962 Thank-yous and congratulations from the editors.


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