It is the aim of this paper to publish only such news items as are for the best interests of the institution. Hence we make no mention at this time of the disgraceful affair which occurred on the west campus last evening.The I.S.C. Student, spring 1902 Times have changed. It's worth noting that in the … Continue reading 1902: Good news newspaper
1904: Guns on campus
We are at a loss to know or understand [why] in the world anyone wants to be discharging fire arms about the campus for. It was just the other day that a couple of shots went whizzing over the heads of some students who were walking along through the orchard. Now this shooting is dangerous … Continue reading 1904: Guns on campus
1905: Iowa vs. Iowa State
The I.S.C. Student, "Who will get the banner?," 22 November 1905 Issue: 22 November 1905 Before the Iowa State Normal School (now University of Northern Iowa) became a substantial force in Iowa collegiate athletics, Drake completed the big three, and Iowa was often the best in the state. In this 1905 illustration, the Iowa-Iowa State … Continue reading 1905: Iowa vs. Iowa State
1903: Editor snaps at subscriber
An editor was troubled with repeated requests from one subscriber as to the best methods of raising hogs. At last he sent the answer, "Write your parents and find out how they raised you."The I.S.C. Student, fall 1903 This certainly isn't in good form, but often times, an editor really wants to snap at people who … Continue reading 1903: Editor snaps at subscriber
1903: Early Cy?
The I.S.C. Student, "Early Cy" 1903. Issue: Fall 1903 (exact date unknown) One of the first illustrations to appear in the Iowa State Daily – then The I.S.C. Student – comes on the heels of a good football team. The team had had a "Cyclone" for about eight years at this time. I can't help … Continue reading 1903: Early Cy?
1900: First call for women’s athletics
Athletics for Girls Just at this time when the talk of field meets the ball games are heard on all side, we wish to make a plea for the girls. Hitherto they have been content to stand by and watch their brother students in the field meets, or look on as they make a home … Continue reading 1900: First call for women’s athletics