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Displaying 51 - 100 of 100
Title Date Summary
51 Wanted: vandals
Northern Iowan 74:51, p.6
4/18/1978 $50 reward posted for Bender Hall vandal.
52 Childish behavior needs to be stopped before one can be adult
Clark--Shirley D. (Class of 1954)
Northern Iowan 74:42, p.2
2/28/1978 The campus has too much vandalism.
53 More bad apples
Northern Iowan 74:32, p.2
1/24/1978 Angry that someone had torn out pages from library book.
54 Pumpkin-nappers: beware of penalties
Northern Iowan 74:15, p.1
55 Is energy being wasted at UNI?
Northern Iowan 73:48, p.2
4/1/1977 Calls for attention to be paid to UNI's waste of energy and wants policies changed.
56 RHA letter harmfully degrading to students
Northern Iowan 73:35, p.2
2/4/1977 Believes recent letter about vandalism did not address, nor did it represent, all residence hall students.
57 Dorm damage deplored
Northern Iowan 73:31, p.2
1/21/1977 Angry that so much petty damage should be done.
58 Destruction complaints
Northern Iowan 73:26, p.2
12/7/1976 Complaints about destruction of common living areas in dormitories.
59 Dancer residents express concern
Northern Iowan 72:53, p.2
4/27/1976 Students express their concern about vandalism in Dancer Hall.
60 Vandalism on the Hill deplored
Northern Iowan 72:53, p.2
4/27/1976 Bicentennial flags stolen from College Hill.
61 Cat House--a "disaster area;" hard to police bathrooms
Adams--Beth (Student--1976), McCarty--Amy (Student--1976), Schmidt--Connie (Student--1976)
Northern Iowan 72:37, p.3
2/13/1976 A men's bathroom was a "complete disaster" after a Cat House party.
62 More destruction
Northern Iowan 72:6, p.2
9/19/1975 Someone slashed the surface of Rider Hall pool tables.
63 Residence halls or prison cells?
Northern Iowan 72:1, p.3
8/29/1975 Student custodian cites many examples of vandalism in dorms; urges administration to get tough on enforcement.
64 Urges pride in dorms
Northern Iowan 72:1, p.2
8/29/1975 Cites examples of vandalism; reminds students that they all share in clean-up and repairs.
65 Desk damage "undone"
Barnes--David T. (Class of 1984)
Northern Iowan 71:47, p.11
4/8/1975 Plant services refinish damaged desks at about $10 per desk.
66 Students should reconsider water fights, etc.
Blake--Debra S. (Class of 1978)
Northern Iowan 71:46, p.1
4/4/1975 Head of housekeeping services talks about destruction and theft in the dorms; photo.
67 'Beware--life in progress'; the UNI biological preserve
Northern Iowan 68:31, p.6
2/11/1972 Vandalism and unintentional damage disrupt research in University Avenue preserve.
68 Dance planned to help defray costs of tower incident
Northern Iowan 67:53, p.3
5/14/1971 Dance will raise money to repaint vandalized water tower.
69 Shaw House registers damage repair complaint
Northern Iowan 67:36, p.2
3/5/1971 Complains about assessment for damaged lavatory.
70 Damage to Union mars first year of the building
Smith--Margaret Belle (Classes of 1916 and 1924)
Northern Iowan 66:57, p.10
5/15/1970 List of damaged or stolen items; litter is also a problem.
71 Students should try to clean up Union
Miller--Dennis D.
Northern Iowan 66:51, p.4
4/24/1970 Strongly critical of vandalism and thievery in new Union.
72 He hopes we act
Wehner--Carl Orville (Classes of 1951 and 1959; Mathematics Faculty)
Northern Iowan 66:50, p.3
4/21/1970 Professor Wehner suggest concrete steps to improve the environment.
73 Union vandalized
Thies--Brian (Class of 1972)
Northern Iowan 65:53, p.1
4/25/1969 List of damage done to Union in first weeks of operation.
74 Union: a midway?
Northern Iowan 65:51, p.2
4/18/1969 Early evidence of damage to new Union building.
75 'Cut off their hands!'
Northern Iowan 65:46, p.3
3/21/1969 Unhappy with mutilated periodicals in library.
76 Nothing to hide?
Northern Iowan 65:20, p.2
11/15/1968 Angry with people who cut out parts of library books and periodicals.
77 Untitled
College Eye 63:46, p.1
4/14/1967 Shows vandalized archery targets for women's physical education; photo.
78 Student gives 'grown up' advice
Peterson--Keith Leroy (Class of 1966)
College Eye 60:56, p.2
5/17/1966 Expresses extreme displeasure with the amount of vandalism on campus.
79 Reader laments book damage
Daniels--Anita (Class of 1963)
College Eye 56:13, p.2
12/14/1961 Letter discusses the abuse of books in the library by students tearing out pages.
80 Leaders were needed
College Eye 47:9, p.2
11/4/1955 Claims that to increase positive school spirit, there must be strong, positive leaders.
81 Bulletin board committee suggested
Cram--Fred Danford (Education Faculty)
College Eye 39:19, p.2
2/13/1948 Discusses the possible usefulness of a bulletin board committee that would be in charge of hanging notices in the proper place and removing them when then become outdated.
82 Brickbat--blushes are in order
College Eye 39:18, p.2
2/6/1948 Criticizes vandals for stealing photographs of the Old Gold beauty candidates as well as other posters.
83 Rugged Homecoming . . .
College Eye 39:7, p.2
10/31/1947 Some students went home; others engaged in vandalism; many enjoyed the dance.
84 Roger's Rambling Remarks
Blake--Roger O. (Class of 1948)
College Eye 38:17, p.2
1/24/1947 Quick look around campus.
85 'Campus cutups' entertain collegians; never a dull moment, it says here
College Eye 38:11, p.2
11/22/1946 Mild vandalism around campus is entertaining but annoying as well; Kilroy makes more appearances.
86 Today's Hyde Park; no excuse for childishness
College Eye 32:16, p.2
1/17/1941 Unhappy with vandalism of posters for those women running for beauty queen.
87 Official notice
Latham--Orval Ray (President of ISTC)
College Eye 27:26, p.1
1/10/1936 Drivers who damage hedge will be held accountable.
88 Authorities seek missing gridder
College Eye 27:17, p.4
10/18/1935 Enlarged photograph disappears.
89 Sign collecting disease invades campus; writer suggests cure
College Eye 26:17, p.2
10/19/1934 Student complains about other students taking posters from publicly displayed areas of campus and keeping them for themselves.
90 Forum
College Eye 25:7, p.2
7/21/1933 Wishes students would leave bulletins on the bulletin boards at least until the event has been staged.
91 Forum
Bragonier--Wendell H. (Class of 1933)
College Eye 24:17, p.2
1/27/1933 Wendell Bragonier believes that the matter of class attendance has been thoroughly discussed; believes attention should turn to participation in organizations, theft, and vandalism
92 Campus foliage suffers siege at students' hands
College Eye 23:52, p.4
7/29/1932 Students pull leaves from bushes.
93 Pencil marks in the right places
Kidder--Harriett L. (Library Faculty)
College Eye 14:27, p.4
12/19/1922 Criticizes those students who are marking on walls with their pencils.
94 Editorial
College Eye 8:25, p.4
4/18/1917 Denounces students missing class on account of lack of sleep as well as vandalism in the cloak rooms; addresses disturbances during chapel services; questions excessive use of funds for a May Day parade; requests reporters have their stories in on time.
95 Grow up
College Eye 8:9, p.4
11/15/1916 Urges students to stop vandalizing posters and announcements on the bulletin board.
96 It is not strange
College Eye 2:18, p.4
2/6/1913 Believes that the person who switched around the men's hats should set his standards higher.
97 Careless destruction of property
Normal Eyte 15:21, p.322
2/22/1905 There have been incidents of vandalism in the new Gymnasium.
98 The I. A. C. Student of May 28
Normal Eyte 3:35, p.273
6/2/1894 Echoes ISU student newspaper in asking students to respect the beauty of their school; do not cut across the grass and do not vandalize the buildings.
99 The bridge at the foot of Normal Hill
Normal Eyte 3:27, p.215
4/7/1894 Has already been defaced after recent painting.
100 We are pleased to announce
Normal Eyte 3:9, p.71
11/4/1893 Sidewalks were not wrecked during Halloween.


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