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Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA)

Displaying 1 - 50 of 1972
Title Date Summary
1 Teachers to explore waste reduction Workshop includes tour of Boone County Landfill
Public Relations News Release 2008:558, p.1
6/3/2009 Waste reduction: it's the 'overlooked 'R'" and the subject of an interdisciplinary graduate-credit course designed specifically for K-12 teachers.
2 UNI students and faculty attend 2009 American Humanics Management Institute symposium
Public Relations News Release 2008:320, p.1
1/27/2009 More than 1,000 American Humanics students, alumni, faculty, nonprofit executives and volunteers attended this educational symposium in nonprofit studies in Indianapolis, making it the conferences largest attendance in its 36 year history. Students liste
3 Non-profit pay-offs for college students
Schaa--Taylor (Student--2005)
Northern Iowan 103:38, p.5
2/16/2007 Volunteering can lead to full time employment following graduation. Volunteer work is a positive on resumes.
4 Volunteer fair to be held at UNI
McCue--Timothy M. (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 103:3, p.4
8/29/2006 American Humanics student organization is sponsoring its first volunteer fair September 6, 2006, in Maucker Union.
5 Learning from the Panthers
Schissel--Adam (Student--2005)
Northern Iowan 102:35, p.22
2/7/2006 UNI women athletes held event to coach girls on National Girls and Women in Sports Day; photo.
6 Students can show off knowledge of UNI, win money with Dash for a Cause
Ory--Lindsey (Student--2005)
Northern Iowan 102:10, p.3
9/30/2005 Campus-wide scavenger hunt will challenge students knowledge of UNI; winning team receives $600, and sponsor U. S. Cellular will donate money to the Black Hawk County Y. M. C. A.
7 The 'Mack' attack says goodbye to UNI
Kelly--Ned (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 100:55, p.12
4/30/2004 Profile of Professor Gordon Mack, who is leaving UNI after ten years; photo.
8 What's Up
Northern Iowan 98:53, p.3
4/26/2002 Meetings and events scheduled; "Building Healthy Relationships" workshop will be held.
9 Continuing common experiences
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.436
7/1/1990 The role of the college in regulating behavior; the influence of religion on students and faculty; photo.
10 YMCA--alternative for staying in shape
Northern Iowan 82:9, p.13
10/1/1985 Benefits of using the fitness equipment; photo.
11 What's up
Northern Iowan 80:43, p.5
3/9/1984 Meetings and activities.
12 YMCA intern program
Northern Iowan 70:1, p.19
9/14/1973 UNI students may qualify for work at YMCA.
13 The YMCA--a chance overlooked?
Northern Iowan 67:42, p.11
3/26/1971 Description of programs and services.
14 Those exciting days of the past
Dieterich--Mary (Library Faculty)
Alumnus 52:2, p.06
5/1/1967 Memories for returning classes; photo.
15 Student centers
College Eye 47:4, p.3
9/30/1955 News from campus religious centers.
16 Twenty of the fifty fall quarter graduates are entering the teaching profession, according to a report from Raymond J. Schlicher
Public Relations News Release 1951:328, p.1
1/19/1952 Eleven of the thirty-five bachelor of arts graduates have signed contracts to teach, five at the elementary school level, six at the secondary level. Five of the young men have entered the military service.
17 Twenty of the fifty fall quarter graduates are entering the teaching profession, according to a report from Raymond J. Schlicher
Public Relations News Release 1951:329, p.1
1/19/1952 Nine of the sixteen two-year elementary graduates are committed to teaching in the elementary schools of the state; three are continuing their work in elementary education; two are housewives, and one has accepted a secretarial position.
18 Twenty of the fifty fall quarter graduates of the college are entering the teaching profession, according to a report from Raymond J. Schlicher
Public Relations News Release 1951:330, p.1
1/19/1952 According to this information, sixty per cent of the two-year elementary graduates and thirty-one percent of the four-year graduates expect to begin teaching in the public schools at the beginning of the second semester of the current academic year.
19 Special to Record & Courier
Public Relations News Release 1951:323, p.1
1/15/1952 Six outstanding Christian Leaders from various vocations will share their convictions, insights and hopes with the students and faculty of the college as part of the University Christian Mission to be held here.
20 Extracurricular activities
Hart--Irving Harlow (Extension Faculty and Archivist)
First 75 Years 0:0, p.146
7/1/1951 Broad survey of the history of literary societies, campus publications, music and athletics, Greek organizations, and religious groups on campus.
21 China U. N. O. advisor to speak at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:227, p.1
2/20/1951 T. Z. Koo, native of Shanghai and now a State University of Iowa professor, will speak in the auditorium on "Avenues to Reality." Koo was advisor to the Chinese delegation during San Francisco's 1945 United Nations Organization conference.
22 Vaudeville program opens TC Homecoming
Public Relations News Release 1950:67, p.1
10/11/1950 A one-hour show, "1850-1950 Varieties," will begin the 29th annual Homecoming program. Arlan Rahlf is director of the show and John Bardach will be the master of ceremonies.
23 Vaudeville Program opens TC Homecoming
Public Relations News Release 1950:68, p.1
10/11/1950 Seven high-steppin' girls will be in the chorus line. Hit songs of bygone days will be sung by the barber shop quartet of Instructor Alfred Moon. A tumbling and gymnastic act will be given by the Waterloo YMCA gymnastic team.
24 To discuss delinquent children at Drake's Social Actions Day
College Eye 41:22, p.4
3/17/1950 Annual event will be held at the Drake University.
25 Three win titles in YMCA meet
College Eye 41:21, p.4
3/10/1950 Wrestlers involved in the meet are listed.
26 Teachers College sends delegates to Boone
College Eye 40:7, p.7
10/29/1948 For YMCA-YWCA meeting.
27 Geneva honors students; Jean Clark captures co-chairmanship
College Eye 39:35, p.1
6/25/1948 Highlights of the YMCA-YWCA program.
28 Jean Clark takes "Y" chairmanship
College Eye 39:31, p.10
5/14/1948 Elected co-chair of state Y group.
29 Seven to attend Geneva meeting
College Eye 39:31, p.10
5/14/1948 Sponsored by YMCA and YWCA; list of students.
30 Nine students will go to Boone "Y" meet
College Eye 39:30, p.1
5/7/1948 To attend conference; list of students who will attend.
31 Group to attend Social Action Day in Des Moines
College Eye 39:26, p.1
4/9/1948 Nineteen ISTC students will attend.
32 Social action day will be held in Des Moines
College Eye 39:24, p.4
3/26/1948 Students welcome to travel to capital.
33 Y conference will be held at Coe College
College Eye 39:8, p.3
11/7/1947 Students invited to attend.
34 Emma Williams
Alumnus 31:3, p.19
7/1/1947 Married Freeman H. Martin on May 17, 1947. Her husband is a staff artist with the Milwaukee Journal. Emma was Y. M. C. A. secretary in Waterloo; recently was office secretary for the student division of the national council of Y. M. C. A. in Chicago.
35 S. A. Cohagan
Alumnus 31:3, p.11
7/1/1947 Is director of the Henry W. Grout historical museum; plans to secure a history of Black Hawk County for the museum. Resigned as secretary of the Waterloo Y. M. C. A. after more than twenty-seven years of service.
36 Teachers College sends representatives to Geneva parley
Old Gold 38:34, p.5
6/6/1947 List of those who will be attending the YMCA-YWCA conference.
37 Clermont D. Loper
Alumnus 31:2, p.16
4/1/1947 Formerly associate general secretary with the Y. M. C. A. at Berkeley, California; recently made general secretary of the Y. M. C. A. at Tucson, Arizona. His position at Berkeley is being taken by John Bertch.
38 Tutor students visits Des Moines
College Eye 38:24, p.7
3/21/1947 Take part in Social Action Day.
39 Seminar applications should be made now
College Eye 38:23, p.1
3/14/1947 Opportunity to work under YMCA-YWCA auspices in Twin Cities for the summer.
40 Charles F. Johnson
Alumnus 31:1, p.31
1/1/1947 Died August 17, 1946, at Kis Lyn, Pennsylvania, where he had been superintendent of the boys school for 34 years. He retired in January 1946. He is survived by his wife, Myrtle Ann Boardman Johnson, and two sons, Charles F, Jr., and Lawrence.
41 Vernon Bredow
Alumnus 31:1, p.27
1/1/1947 Married Shirley Mae Larsen on May 6, 1946. Vernon is an employee of the Young Men's Christian Association. They reside in Waterloo, Iowa.
42 College delegates enjoy program at "Y" conference
Bare--Mary Eva (Class of 1948)
College Eye 38:10, p.2
11/15/1946 Description of the program at Boone.
43 SCA members go to YMCA, YWCA camp
College Eye 38:8, p.4
11/1/1946 Will meet with students from other colleges.
44 Campus sends 10 to YW-YM meet
College Eye 37:31, p.1
5/3/1946 List of those who will attend spring conference.
45 Ingalls visits campus
College Eye 37:31, p.1
5/3/1946 Harold B. Ingalls will meet with SCA leaders.
46 Y groups offer summer projects
College Eye 37:28, p.5
47 Edward Gepson
Alumnus 30:1, p.32
1/1/1946 Died June 16, 1945 at his home in Omaha, Nebraska. During World War I, he was engaged in Y. M. C. A. service in France. He is survived by his wife; two children, Lt. John M., Naval Reserve, and Jean; and two grandchildren.
48 Students to attend the YM-YW conference
Public Relations News Release 1945:267, p.1
10/27/1945 Six students will travel to Boone to participate in a conference at the YMCA camp.
49 Bodein, Cowley attend conference at Geneva
College Eye 37:1, p.1
9/7/1945 For YMCA and YWCA leaders.
50 John C. Prall
Alumnus 29:3, p.32
7/1/1945 Died October 18, 1944, at Iowa City, Iowa. From 1899 to 1912 he was Y. M. C. A. Secretary at Iowa State College, Ames, and coached sprinters of the track team. Since 1912 he had been in the insurance business. Surviving are his wife and three daughters.


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