In 1904, students at Iowa State thought the band, an integral part of the athletics experience, should get more funding, so they started a petition.
SIGMA NU INSTALLATIONAuspicious Begínníng for Fraterníty. Vísiting Team from S. U. I.We are very much pleased to note the successful installation of the new fraternity here at the college last Saturday night. It marks a new period in our growth. Another stage of transition from [dormitory] to club life. May the new club have less … Continue reading 1904: Sigma Nu installed
After giving the subject their most careful attention, and investigating the merits and faults of such a proposition, the faculty and trustees of this school decided that it was for the good of the school to admit fraternities. This movement was made without the slightest attempt at secrecy and the facts of the case were … Continue reading 1904: Fraternities (re)approved
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