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Terrorism

Displaying 101 - 150 of 274
Title Date Summary
101 Wearing red, white and blue not a stipulation of patriotism
Wigim--Marcus R. (Student--2002)
Northern Iowan 99:6, p.13
9/20/2002 Jacki Ellenwood and Marc Wigim separately disagree with comments made by David Schick concerning the lack of patriotism on campus on 9/11.
102 No USA garb a disappointment
Schick--David J. (Student--2002)
Northern Iowan 99:5, p.10
9/17/2002 Criticizes students, faculty, and staff for not showing patriotism by wearing red, white, and blue on September 11 in memory of the terrorist attacks of 2001.
103 Serendipity Safari
Rogness--Jared C. (Class of 2003)
Northern Iowan 99:4, p.11
9/13/2002 Comments on the recent public display of mourning for the victims of the terrorist attacks of September 11, and asks readers why they don't mourn for innocent Afghans who were the victims of American retaliation.
104 Student voices
Northern Iowan 99:4, p.15
9/13/2002 Students respond to the question: What did you do or are you doing to remember September 11?; photo.
105 UNI remembers 9/11
Heffernan--Kimberly A. (Classes of 2003 and 2008)
Northern Iowan 99:4, p.1
9/13/2002 Students attend a moment of silence at the Campanile in honor of those who died in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001; photo.
106 Vilsack's 9/11 anniversary message
Northern Iowan 99:4, p.12
9/13/2002 Text of Governor Tom Vilsack's speech on the anniversary of the terrorist attacks.
107 9/11 remembrances cannot be overlooked
Northern Iowan 99:3, p.7
9/10/2002 Encourages students to take the time to remember September 11, 2001; announces events on campus including a Remembrance concert at the GBPAC and a moment of silence at the Campanile.
108 Our nation remembers 9/11; goal of GBPAC performance to help with grieving process of September 11
McNally--Aaron (Student--2000-2003)
Northern Iowan 99:3, p.11
9/10/2002 A Remembrance concert will be held at the GBPAC on September 11, 2001; photo.
109 Looking back a year later
Public Relations News Release 2002:65, p.1
9/9/2002 Students will discuss their feelings about September 11, 2001.
110 Diversity Week 'promotes awareness'; this year's focus on education through 9/11 remembrance
Andresen--Kelli (Class of 2004)
Northern Iowan 99:2, p.17
9/6/2002 Announces the upcoming events of Diversity Week; intended to increase cultural awareness.
111 Families of 9/11 victims urge peace in video to be shown at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2002:66, p.1
9/6/2002 "Steps to Peace" will be shown in Room 109 of the Curris Business Building on Sept. 11.
112 Too few changes in 9-11 aftermath
Enshayan--Kamyar (Director Center for Energy and Environmental Education)
Northern Iowan 99:2, p.14
9/6/2002 Claims that America has a lot of work to do, including conservation of energy and a peaceful resolution to the Afghani/Iraqi conflict.
113 9/11 and elementary schools
Public Relations News Release 2002:64, p.1
9/5/2002 Diane McCarty surveyed elementary school principals on their response to 9/11 as a part of her dissertation.
114 Co-author of famed 'Chicken Soup' series to discuss 9/11 at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2002:63, p.1
9/5/2002 Jennifer Read Hawthorne will speak on "Chicken Soup for the Soul of America" on September 9 as a part of the Diversity Week celebrations.
115 On the scene after 9/11
Public Relations News Release 2002:64, p.1
9/5/2002 Milissa Wright claims that being on Ground Zero this past March had a dramatic effect on her.
116 Teaching through crisis: how instructors addressed 9/11 in the classroom
Public Relations News Release 2002:64, p.1
9/5/2002 Professors Victoria DeFrancisco and Gayle Pohl conducted a survey on how faculty members chose to address the events of 9/11.
117 Theatre UNI production focuses on 9/11 after effects
Public Relations News Release 2002:64, p.1
9/5/2002 Anne Nelson's play, "The Guys" will open Theatre UNI's play-reading series.
118 UNI celebrates diversity with week of events
Public Relations News Release 2002:55, p.1
8/30/2002 Diversity Week will include many events, such as an Afro-Brazilian Capoeira Dance, speakers, forums, and other activities that are aimed at increasing cultural awareness.
119 UNI observes 9/11 anniversary
Public Relations News Release 2002:60, p.1
8/30/2002 Events for remembering the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 include an address by Jennifer Read Hawthorne, a forum in the Union, a moment of silence at the Campanile, and a Remembrance Concert in the GBPAC.
120 Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center presents Sept. 11 concert; tickets still available
Public Relations News Release 2002:51, p.1
8/27/2002 Proceeds from the GBPAC's Remembrance concert will be donated to the local American Red Cross.
121 Outdated databases
Public Relations News Release 2002:3, p.1
7/8/2002 Provides information on databases used to track criminals.
122 Dealing with a "defining moment"
Cornell--Susan
Northern Iowa Today 86:2, p.8
7/1/2002 Faculty and staff reflect on the effects of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001; GBPAC planning remembrance concert; photo.
123 UNI STORM to help meteorologists battle potential terrorist threats
Public Relations News Release 2002:1, p.1
7/1/2002 Meteorologists can assist in explaining weather patterns and how they would affect a bio-terrorism threat.
124 Public safety officer travels to ground zero as a volunteer
Szeszycki--Emily (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:57, p.1
6/21/2002 Milissa Wright worked with police officers, firefighters, and EMS workers in New York City during the last week of March.
125 Terror on campus
Public Relations News Release 2001:485, p.1
5/13/2002 In light of the events of September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, university have developed new plans.
126 '01-'02: a year like no other
Northern Iowan 98:55, p.16
5/3/2002 The 2001-2002 school year contained a number of memorable incidents, including September 11, budget cuts, construction on McCollum Science Hall, the planned closing of the Price Lab high school and others.
127 Campus response to topics surprising
Rogers--Brian (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:54, p.7
4/30/2002 Discusses how September 11 changed his ideas for columns, and comments on the reactions of students to his column.
128 Fisk surprised by American support of message
Rogers--Brian (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:52, p.7
4/23/2002 Discusses Robert Fisk's reaction to his reception here in the United States during his week-long speaking tour and comments on the death of Layne Staley.
129 Fisk visit redeems columnist's faith in journalism
Rogers--Brian (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:50, p.7
4/16/2002 Robert Fisk claimed, in his speech at UNI, that reporters capture the who and where of terrorism, but they fail to use history and context to capture the why.
130 Still in shock
Public Relations News Release 2001:435, p.1
4/15/2002 Milissa Wright will share her experiences in New York, helping police officers cope with symptoms of stress and shock.
131 Threats, attacks plague bin Laden interviewer
Szeszycki--Emily (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:49, p.1
4/12/2002 Robert Fisk spoke on "911: Ask Who Did It, But For Heaven's Sake Don't Ask Why" at UNI on Monday evening.
132 U.S. holds cultural double standards
Koppes--Kevin (Student--2002)
Northern Iowan 98:48, p.7
4/9/2002 Comments on the war on terrorism and the recent scandal in the Catholic Church.
133 UNI officer returns from Ground Zero
Public Relations News Release 2001:429, p.1
4/9/2002 Milissa Wright has returned from New York City, where she spoke to police officers to help them handle stress and shock-related symptoms from the September 11 attacks.
134 World journalist rescheduled for visit to UNI; interviewer of Osama bin Laden and renowned journalist to speak about September 11 attacks
Szeszycki--Emily (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:47, p.1
4/5/2002 Robert Fisk, a journalist for the 'London Independent,' will speak on the events of September 11, 2001.
135 Desire for vengeance doesn't justify violence
Rogers--Brian (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:46, p.5
4/2/2002 Claims that the recent conflicts in Israel are a result of President Bush's "war on terror."
136 UNI hosts acclaimed journalist and bin Laden interviewer
Public Relations News Release 2001:395, p.1
4/1/2002 Robert Fisk will present, "9-11: Ask who did it, but for heaven's sake, don't ask why" on April 8.
137 UNI hosts bin Laden interviewer
Campus News Network 12:15, p.2
3/26/2002 Robert Fisk, a correspondent for the London Independent, will speak on the war in Afghanistan.
138 Mideast conflict heats up while U.S. stays out of the kitchen
Northern Iowan 98:43, p.7
3/12/2002 Compares the battle between Israelis and Palestinians with the terrorist attacks of September 11.
139 Terrorism among topics of film series
Northern Iowan 98:43, p.2
3/12/2002 "A Place Called Chiapas" will be shown as a part of the Inter-American Studies Program Film Series.
140 Columnist gets into Olympic spirit
Freeman--Michael S. (Class of 2002)
Northern Iowan 98:34, p.5
2/8/2002 Claims that this year the Olympics are more important because it is a way for America to prove themselves to the world.
141 "Anthrax and Bioterrorism" topic for UNI lecture Thursday, Feb. 7
Public Relations News Release 2001:283, p.1
2/4/2002 UNI biology professor, Michael Walter, will speak on "Anthrax and Bioterrorism: A Microbiologist's View," on Feb. 7.
142 State of the Union focuses on strength
Schroeder--Tim (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:32, p.1
2/1/2002 Terrorism was a major topic in President George W. Bush's first State of the Union address; photo.
143 Events reinforce already held political views
Rogers--Brian (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:31, p.7
1/29/2002 Discusses the September 11 terrorist attack and its effect on how Americans think.
144 How much is too much?
Northern Iowan 98:29, p.9
1/18/2002 Claims that Americans must put up with security delays if they want to see airports safe again.
145 Terror, war and civil rights
Public Relations News Release 2001:71, p.1
1/14/2002 Phil Mauceri will discuss what is happening to civil rights after the terrorist attacks.
146 Terror, war and civil rights
Public Relations News Release 2001:260, p.1
1/14/2002 Phil Mauceri covers what has happened to civil rights after the terrorist attacks.
147 Making movies after 9/11
Public Relations News Release 2001:254, p.1
1/7/2002 Chris Martin will talk about the impact of the terrorist attacks on the film-making industry.
148 We sing of patriotism while Treasury is robbed
Enshayan--Kamyar (Director Center for Energy and Environmental Education)
Northern Iowan 98:28, p.9
12/14/2001 Feels it is still patriotic to question our government on all levels and to become involved its policy development even in light of the recent events.
149 Learning about terror
Public Relations News Release 2001:231, p.1
12/10/2001 Phil Mauceri will discuss the demand for his terrorism class.
150 President Bush's popularity rises after towers go down
Schroeder--Tim (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:25, p.1
12/4/2001 Political science professors Donna Hoffman and Tom Rice comment on President Bush's approval rating.

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