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Terrorism

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Title Date Summary
201 'Let Freedom Ring' from residence hall
Krastel--Laura (class of 2002)
Northern Iowan 98:6, p.1
9/21/2001 Students from Hagemann Hall spell out the words 'let freedom ring' in their windows; photo.
202 Add a game: Panthers play Ball State tomorrow
Finnegan--David
Northern Iowan 98:6, p.15
9/21/2001 Game against Ball State will replace UNI's game against Stephen F. Austin which was canceled due to the National Day of Prayer and Mourning; photo.
203 Columnist rediscovers MTV while dodging news reports
Baranowski--Tony
Northern Iowan 98:6, p.6
9/21/2001 Comments on the programming changes made to MTV in the week following terrorist attacks on New York and Washington D. C.
204 Domestic harassment unjustified
Northern Iowan 98:6, p.6
9/21/2001 Reminds students that most Arab-Americans have no connection to the terrorist groups who attacked the U. S.
205 Extremists not bound by borders
Keiri--Ali (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:6, p.8
9/21/2001 Believes that all terrorists are the same whether they're Arab or American.
206 Game shows example of patriotism
Freeman--Michael S. (Class of 2002)
Northern Iowan 98:6, p.6
9/21/2001 Describes the reaction to the playing of the national anthem at the UNI women's soccer game.
207 Islamic community responds to attacks
Walk--Christian P. (Student--1998-2002)
Northern Iowan 98:6, p.1
9/21/2001 UNI professor Mohammed Fahmy explains Islamic beliefs concerning violence and war.
208 Serendipity Safari
Rogness--Jared C. (Class of 2003)
Northern Iowan 98:6, p.6
9/21/2001 Comments on America's ability to withstand terrorist attacks.
209 Sobering lesson for U. S. to learn
Cullum--Jerry (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:6, p.9
9/21/2001 Discusses the American desire for a happy ending.
210 U. S. response should be to rethink its policies
Enshayan--Kamyar (Director Center for Energy and Environmental Education)
Northern Iowan 98:6, p.7
9/21/2001 Believes that American citizens need to become more educated about U. S. foreign policy.
211 UNI professors available to discuss recent military developments
Public Relations News Release 2001:109, p.1
9/20/2001 Two UNI professors are willing to discuss the first deployment order for the U.S. Air Force that was signed on Sept. 19.
212 UNI professors available to discuss today's military developments
Public Relations News Release 2001:106, p.1
9/19/2001 A number of UNI professors will talk about the possible consequences of the actions being taken to find Osama bin Laden.
213 'We are a strong nation'
Barrett--Teresa (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:5, p.14
9/18/2001 Students comment on a service held in Lang Hall to remember those killed in terrorist attacks on the U. S.; photo.
214 Attack was on concept of America
Koppes--Kevin (Student--2002)
Northern Iowan 98:5, p.7
9/18/2001 Encourages students to be thankful for what they have.
215 Bush's approval rises
Northern Iowan 98:5, p.7
9/18/2001 Discusses President Bush's ability to keep the support of Americans following terrorist attacks.
216 Sports put into perspective by tragic events out East
Finnegan--David
Northern Iowan 98:5, p.24
9/18/2001 Author apologizes to the women's soccer team for a unenthusiastic article.
217 Student feels U. S. should weigh repercussions before taking action
Scheffer--Mark
Northern Iowan 98:5, p.10
9/18/2001 Warns that people should be careful not to let emotions control their responses to terrorist attacks on the U. S.
218 U. S.- sponsored war is also terrorism
Rogers--Brian (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:5, p.7
9/18/2001 Believes that the U. S. government should follow the Golden Rule rather than go to war.
219 Will consequences of war against terrorism mirror those of WWII?
Hovelson--Jack V. (Class of 1957)
Northern Iowan 98:5, p.11
9/18/2001 Author compares the lifestyle of Americans during World War II to the lifestyle of Americans today.
220 With heads lowered
Krastel--Laura (class of 2002)
Northern Iowan 98:5, p.1
9/18/2001 Students and faculty attend a service remembering the people killed in terrorist attacks on the United States.
221 A nation in mourning
Public Relations News Release 2001:93, p.1
9/17/2001 David Towle will talk about ways to cope with the recent tragedy.
222 Careless coverage?
Public Relations News Release 2001:93, p.1
9/17/2001 Chris Martin will discuss the media and their role in covering crises.
223 Talking to children about tragedy
Public Relations News Release 2001:93, p.1
9/17/2001 Clare Struck will discuss how to help children understand the recent terrorist attack in New York and Washington D.C.
224 'Acts of cowardice' . . . . . . shake UNI
Konrad--Sara
Northern Iowan 98:4, p.1
9/14/2001 Political science professors comment on the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, D. C.; includes a timeline of events; photo.
225 Campus reacts to national tragedy
Baranowski--Tony
Northern Iowan 98:4, p.8
9/14/2001 Describes reactions to the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
226 Columnist advises we laugh, smile, keep enjoying our life
Freeman--Michael S. (Class of 2002)
Northern Iowan 98:4, p.8
9/14/2001 Encourages students to share their thoughts and feelings with others.
227 Days of infamy
Hovelson--Jack V. (Class of 1957)
Northern Iowan 98:4, p.10
9/14/2001 Makes comparisons between Pearl Harbor and the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
228 Giving a helping hand: top ways UNI students can help victims of Tuesday's attack
Northern Iowan 98:4, p.14
9/14/2001 Students can help victims by donating blood, volunteer, and making cash contributions.
229 In memory of those killed
Konrad--Sara
Northern Iowan 98:4, p.5
9/14/2001 UNI community gathers for a moment of silence in honor of the terrorist attack on the United States; photo.
230 International students react to attack on U. S.
Bartness--Brooke (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:4, p.5
9/14/2001 International students express sorrow over the terrorist attacks on the United States.
231 Student voices
Northern Iowan 98:4, p.14
9/14/2001 Students respond to the question "Do you have any criticisms of the media's coverage of Tuesday's terrorist attack?"; photo.
232 Tragedy postpones, shuffles sports schedules
Baranowski--Tony
Northern Iowan 98:4, p.20
9/14/2001 Professional sports teams cancel and postpone activities; photo.
233 UNI athletics plans change for weekend
Northern Iowan 98:4, p.20
9/14/2001 The UNI Athletic Department reschedules events in honor of the National Day of Mourning.
234 Untitled
Heffernan--Kimberly A. (Classes of 2003 and 2008)
Northern Iowan 98:4, p.3
9/14/2001 Collage of photos showing student reactions to the terrorist attack on the U. S.; photo.
235 Where do we go from here?
Northern Iowan 98:4, p.8
9/14/2001 Believes that terrorist attacks cannot kill the American spirit.
236 UNI to halt classes for one hour on Fri., Sept. 14
Public Relations News Release 2001:94, p.1
9/13/2001 As part of the National Day of Prayer, UNI will cancel classes from 1 until 2 p.m. and hold an organized service in Lang Hall.
237 UNI experts available to discuss today's terrorist attacks
Public Relations News Release 2001:87, p.1
9/11/2001 Several professors will be available to speak on the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington D. C.
238 UNI marks tragedy with moment of silence
Public Relations News Release 2001:88, p.1
9/11/2001 A moment of silence is observed at the Campanile in remembrance of the victims of the recent terrorist attack.
239 UNI professor, expert in terrorism, onsite in NYC
Public Relations News Release 2001:89, p.1
9/11/2001 Phil Mauceri was in New York during the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.
240 UNI professors available to discuss today's terrorist attacks
Public Relations News Release 2001:86, p.1
9/11/2001 Three political science professors will discuss the recent terrorist attacks in New York and Washington D.C.
241 Time of mourning
Northern Iowan 97:16, p.6
10/20/2000 Discusses the terrorist attack made on the USS Cole in Yemen.
242 Media advisory: UNI professor available to discuss possible terrorism threats
Public Relations News Release 1999:174, p.1
12/23/1999 Phil Mauceri is available to discuss terrorism and possible threats to the Unites States as the millennium ends.
243 Threat of terrorism may increase because of bombing of Iraq
Public Relations News Release 1998:192, p.1
12/17/1998 Phil Mauceri discusses the looming threat of terrorist attacks.
244 UNI professor searching for ways to combat biological warfare
Public Relations News Release 1998:83, p.1
10/15/1998 UNI assistant professor of Biology Michael Walter discusses his research on wiping out the toxin called anthrax.
245 Terrorist activity sparks patriotism in Camp Adventure
Copley--Jaime R. (Class of 1999)
Northern Iowan 95:6, p.2
9/18/1998 Students in Camp Adventure living in American embassies bonded together with news of the attacks in Kenya and Tanzania; photo.
246 Violence in schools, part II
Public Relations News Release 1998:12, p.1
8/27/1998 UNI Counselor Ken Jacobsen discusses the difficulty of preventing a crisis such as a school shooting.
247 Violence in the schools, part I
Public Relations News Release 1998:12, p.1
8/27/1998 UNI Professor of Education Robert Decker talks about the importance of having a crisis plan in schools before it is needed.
248 Measuring the impact five years after the World Trade Center bombing
Public Relations News Release 1997:233, p.1
2/19/1998 Assistant Professor of Political Science Phil Mauceri reports that the five year anniversary of the World Trade Center bombing reminds us of our vulnerability.
249 Swinging by Ted Kaczynski's fruit of the looms
Scott--Nicholas L. (Class of 1998)
Northern Iowan 94:30, p.7
1/23/1998 Columnist comments on Ted Kaczynski being a possible role model.
250 Terrorism in America: Living under a false sense of security
Public Relations News Release 1997:12, p.1
8/28/1997 UNI Assistant Professor of Political Science Phil Mauceri says Americans are just as vulnerable to terrorism as other countries around the world.

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