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1 In response to "Ghost hunter more than just harmless fun"
Dahle--Joshua (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 108:22, p.6
11/11/2011 Writer takes issue that Campus Activities Board events do not contribute to critical thinking. Mr. Dippold stated earlier that the "Ghost Hunter" session was not based on science. Students can think for themselves.
2 Ghost hunter more than just harmless fun
Dippold--Michael Steven (Student--2010)
Northern Iowan 108:20, p.5
11/4/2011 Campus Activities Board criticized for providing forum for an alleged psychic medium and ghost hunter.
3 Sucking blood or stealing hearts?
Showalter--John David (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:43, p.3
3/12/2010 Vampires were formerly considered dangerous blood-sucking ghouls, but are now looked upon as sensitive, melancholy lovers. Vampires are now portrayed by handsome, attractive men.
4 Bad luck for good
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:53, p.5
4/28/2009 Logic used to explain common superstitions.
5 Culture Corner
Roos--Nicholas Alexander (Student--2005)
Northern Iowan 103:51, p.6
4/13/2007 Friday the 13th and other superstitions.
6 Student Voices
Northern Iowan 103:51, p.9
4/13/2007 Students respond to the question; "Do you believe Friday the 13th is bad luck"?
7 Home run year for hexes, curses
Humphrey--Benjamin (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 100:16, p.5
10/24/2003 Discusses professional baseball.
8 Freaky Friday
Public Relations News Release 2002:563, p.1
6/9/2003 Origins of the Friday the 13th superstition.
9 Friday the 13th
Public Relations News Release 2000:352, p.1
4/9/2001 James Robinson will explain why so many people are superstitious.
10 Friday the 13th causes fear for child
Hennings--Kathleen L.
Northern Iowan 97:15, p.6
10/17/2000 Discusses the fears of her son and how society limits his expression of them.
11 Be afraid, be very afraid: it's Friday the 13th
McCurley--Lynn A. (Class of 2001)
Northern Iowan 97:14, p.9
10/13/2000 Superstitions associated with Friday the 13th have been linked back to Biblical days.
12 Student voices
Northern Iowan 97:14, p.9
10/13/2000 Students and staff respond to the question, "Do you practice any superstitions on Friday the 13th?"; photo.
13 Traditional superstitions abound on Friday the 13th
McCurley--Lynn A. (Class of 2001)
Northern Iowan 95:22, p.10
11/13/1998 Friday the 13th superstitions.
14 Friday the 13th superstitions
Public Relations News Release 1997:248, p.1
3/5/1998 Associate Professor of Religion James Robinson to discuss the relationship between Friday the 13th and the Last Supper and other superstitions.
15 Friday the 13th superstitions
Public Relations News Release 1996:27, p.1
9/9/1996 James Robinson talks about superstition.
16 Superstitions shadow science; do you know what day it is? Friday the 13th
Northern Iowan 92:14, p.8
10/13/1995 Students tell of their superstitions.
17 Fate is written in the cards
Wentzel--T. L.
Northern Edition 3:9, p.8
3/15/1995 Tarot card reading is available at local bookstore.
18 Couple tells tales of ghosts, goblins and spirits living in haunted house
Haire--D. Barry
Northern Iowan 86:45, p.13
19 Beware!
Northern Iowan 78:20, p.7
11/13/1981 UNI faculty members share some of their superstitions.
20 Unlucky day
Chung--David R.
Northern Iowan 77:41, p.5
3/13/1981 Nancy Strait and Kenda Stahnke may experience some bad luck on Friday the 13th as Tom Pokorny loses his balance on a ladder; photo.
21 Are you superstitious?: it's Friday the 13th
Northern Iowan 77:33, p.1
2/13/1981 Survey of superstitions related to Friday the 13th.
22 Knock on wood
Northern Iowan 75:13, p.1
10/13/1978 Beliefs about Friday the 13th.
23 Bad luck abounds today
Allerton--Keith L. (Class of 1970)
Northern Iowan 64:10, p.4
10/13/1967 Considers Friday the 13th.
24 Ghost, 'green room', 'Order of Eror' contribute to unity within drama shop
Johnson--Mary Anne (Student--1963)
College Eye 57:27, p.3
4/26/1963 A look at superstitions and traditions associated with the production of plays at SCI.
25 Big weekend: Friday 13th precedes Valentine's Day
Pierce--Myrna J. (Classes of 1961--1986--and 2005)
College Eye 50:19, p.1
2/13/1959 Suggestions for observing the days.
26 Are silent men deep thinkers? It's just superstition. Not many think
College Eye 37:7, p.5
10/19/1945 Professor Denny gives test on superstitions.
27 War brings boom to Gypsy palmist
College Eye 36:42, p.4
8/3/1945 Electric Park palm reader Ada Jones talks about her work.
28 Denny's survey finds freshmen superstitious
College Eye 36:32, p.4
5/11/1945 Professor Denny talks about his survey.
29 Dr. Charles sure of luck with Clover
College Eye 30:29, p.2
4/21/1939 Cultivates clover plant among his roses.
30 Today is the day to expect anything
College Eye 26:6, p.1
7/13/1934 Watch out for Friday the Thirteenth.
31 Founders Club has initiation ceremony
College Eye 24:15, p.3
1/13/1933 Will mock superstitions.
32 Yes we have our witches; a strain of superstition runs in the veins of even the sanest person
College Eye 24:14, p.3
12/16/1932 A look at common superstitions.
33 Almanac is outmoded, says Dr. Cable; weather-lore is no longer a mystery; professor derides people cherishing traditional superstitions
College Eye 23:50, p.4
7/15/1932 Professor Cable outlines his more scientific views on weather prediction.
34 Superstition dance dares tradition of Friday, thirteenth; black cats and other emblems add to atmosphere of superstition
College Eye 22:22, p.1
3/9/1931 Preview of March 13 dance.
35 Editorially speaking; superstitions and their origin
College Eye 15:31, p.4
4/16/1924 Wants readers to know that superstitions exist, but not be controlled by them.
36 Anyhow Mr. Buffum
College Eye 14:20, p.8
11/1/1922 Told ghost stories.
37 Wednesday evening
Normal Eyte 18:8, p.128
10/30/1907 Students visited a gypsy to have their fortunes told.

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