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University of Northern Iowa freshman debaters win honors in two tournaments
Public Relations News Release 1990:237, p.1
|12/5/1990||UNI freshman debaters place well in tournaments in Indiana and Nebraska.|
Inductions held for Sigma Tau Delta national honor society
Northern Iowan 87:21, p.1
|11/13/1990||Twenty-one students inducted into Sigma Tau Delta English honor society.|
Three speaker awards to University of Northern Iowa at Kansas tournament
Public Relations News Release 1990:161, p.1
|10/31/1990||UNI debaters bring home awards from Kansas tournament.|
Pulitzer Prize winner to keynote University of Northern Iowa 'Student as Critic' Conference Friday (April 6)
Public Relations News Release 1989:506, p.1
|3/29/1990||William Kennedy speaks at the UNI Auditorium for the eighteenth annual Renninger lecture, sponsored by the Department of English Languge and Literature.|
University of Northern Iowa's novice debate team wins Junior Varsity National Championship
Public Relations News Release 1989:474, p.1
|3/20/1990||Professors Walter Ulrich and Bill Henderson's debate duos achieve victory at the American Debate Association Junior Varsity National Tournament while the men's basketball team battles Missouri in the NCAA competition.|
First place win at season's largest debate tournament for University of Northern Iowa debaters; expected to into nationals as top seed.
Public Relations News Release 1989:408, p.1
|2/15/1990||Aaron Hawbaker and Ken Schuler defeated teams from Dartmouth in the quarterfinals and Wake Forest in the semi-finals en route to first place. Ulrich expects Hawbaker and Schuler to be the first or second seed nationally.|
Speakers awards, high finishes continue for University of Northern Iowa debaters
Public Relations News Release 1989:348, p.1
|1/18/1990||Debate duos earn a first place finish, as well as a number of speaker awards at the University of Miami Junior Varsity Tournament.|
Seventeen new members accepted into orchesis dance company at University of Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1989:185, p.1
|10/23/1989||List of new members following fall auditions. Orchesis is a 43-member troupe which practices and presents a variety of dance styles, including modern, ballet, Pointe, jazz, tap and Broadway.|
Northern Iowa debaters, individual events members continue winning ways in DSR-TKA National Tournament; debaters qualify second team for NDT.
Public Relations News Release 1988:357, p.1
|3/20/1989||First place finish for UNI's top-seeded debate duo and seven of eight events breaking from preliminary rounds. Aaron Hawbaker and Ken Schuler won the debate competition with a win over a second Kansas team.|
University of Northern Iowa's Hawbaker and Schuler maintain strong record in 'Heart of America' debate.
Public Relations News Release 1988:333, p.1
|3/3/1989||Their 5-3 preliminary record gave them a ninth seed from among the 42 teams competing as they moved to the next round of competition, where they lost to the eighth seeded Northwestern team.|
Northern Iowa debate squad ranked thirteenth in the nation in mid-season ratings.
Public Relations News Release 1988:296, p.1
|2/10/1989||The debate squad is also ranked first in its six-state district. Neil Phillips says the team is still improving.|
Northern Iowa debaters, coach win honors in three semester break outings.
Public Relations News Release 1988:259, p.1
|1/20/1989||Debate coach Neil Phillips received a "Distinguished Service Award" for contributions to forensics programs. Senior division debate teams compiled an impressive record during a West Coast tour, receiving "swing award" and 1st place in a Midwest event.|
Strong showing for University of Northern Iowa debaters at Butler Tournament.
Public Relations News Release 1988:199, p.1
|12/7/1988||Twenty-two colleges and universities competed at Butler University in Indianapolis. UNI finish third.|
Northern Iowa forensics team members compete in two individual events, one debate tournament.
Public Relations News Release 1988:118, p.1
|10/21/1988||Eight students traveled to Winona State University International Tournament for individual events, where Northern Iowa finished fourth out of 22 team.|
Northern Iowa debaters pleased with performance at Kentucky Round Robin, tournament.
Public Relations News Release 1988:99, p.1
|10/12/1988||Aaron Hawbaker and Ken Schuler's two-win, six lost record in the Round Robin event gave them a seventh place finish. Fourty-six teams from twenty six colleges and universities in seventeen states were entered in the Kentucky Tournament.|
Northern Iowa debaters open with a strong season.
Public Relations News Release 1988:91, p.1
|10/6/1988||Three teams of UNI debaters open the 1988-1989 season last weekend with strong performances at the Vanderbilt University Tournament in Nashville.|