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          Students make their way to and from the Union and Colden Hall in the 1960s on Registration Day.The 1971 Tower Yearbook, which had left out traditional organization group photographs, was vehemently protested by Northwest's Greek Community.The 1971 Tower Yearbook staff had no idea they would be angering the Greek Community when they failed to include traditional organizational group photographs in the yearbook.  Hundreds of yearbooks were ruined when Greeks staged a protest, throwing the books in the fountain in front of the Olive DeLuce Fine Arts Building.The green beanie was worn by freshman students during the 1950s to indicate their "new" status.  Walk-Out Day signaled the end of having to wear the beanies.Students gather outside of the 管理 Building for annual Walk-Out Day activities.President Harry S. Truman visited the Northwest campus on several occasions.  He dedicated the opening of the Martin Pederson Armory, located on campus, on Feb. 20, 1955.  The armory was renamed in 2008 as the Jon T. Rickman Electronic Campus Support Center.Eleanor Roosevelt gave a lecture at Northwest to students and faculty on Feb. 13, 1959.  Her topic was America's leadership role in the Post-World War II world.  The event was attended more than 1,250 people.Students ring the Bell of '48 to celebrate the campus's first celebration of contributions and achievements made by black men and women to the university and the nation.  The event was called Black Week.A famous visitor to the Northwest campus was actor Vincent Price.  Price, along with English, Speech and Theater faculty and students, attended an elaborate tea behind the 管理 building in the mid-60s.  According to Northwest student, Trudy Kinman, who attended the tea, "Price, who was extremely tall, well-spoken and funny, patiently posed for pictures wearing a long, velvet cape for well over an hour."Students held a nightly weekday news show during the 1970s.President Foster shines a student's shoes during the early 1960s during Parents' Day Activities.Skating was once allowed on 科尔登池塘 and many students took advantage of this wintry entertainment.  By the 1980s, skating was banned due to fears of students drowning or injuring themselves.For four days in March 1974, the nationwide trend of streaking hit the Northwest campus.  An estimated 60 students streaked in front of Hudson Hall one night.Swimming was a popular sport in the 1960s and early 1970s.  Featured is the 1969-1970 Swim Team, coached by Lewis Dyche.The Northwest Greek Community started in the late 1920s after initially being banned at Northwest. Fraternities like Tau Kappa Epsilon and Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority play an important part of Northwest life and in particular, Northwest 归国.The first general 归国 took place on Oct. 10, 1924.  The Tower Queen contest began in 1923 to help sell Tower Yearbooks.  The Tower Queen Contest has become an annual event at Northwest.Students participate in Northwest 归国 Parade in 1952.Crowds line a Maryville street during the 1952 Northwest 归国 Parade.  The Northwest Band was always a popular spectacle at the yearly event.The 1952 Northwest Homecoming Queen and her royal court smile at the crowds during the 归国 Parade.The Northwest 1962 Homecoming Queen arrives in a pomped, horse-drawn carriage for the start of the 归国 Football Game.The Tower Queen descends from her carriage to help kick-off the start of the 1962 归国 Football Game at Northwest.The 1962 Tower Homecoming Queen and Royal Court receive bouquets and corsages prior to start of the 归国 Football Game.Following the 1962 Football Game, the 归国 Queen is driven away in a convertible.Crowds pack downtown Maryville prior to the start of the 1962 归国 Parade.The Northwest Tower Queen, attired in her evening finery, rides on a float with her royal court during the 1962 归国 Parade.The 1962 Northwest 归国 Parade was one of many elaborate floats like this tribute to the Olympics.A Camelot float filled with lovely medieval-dressed Northwest students is paraded down a Maryville Street.  Camelot, due to the Kennedys and the musical, was a popular theme during the early 1960s.  Camelot, the musical about King Arthur, first appeared on Broadway in 1960.Northwest's tribute to the musical The Teahouse of the August Moon rolls down a Maryville Street during the 1962 归国 Parade.  Teahouse was adapted in 1952 by playwright John Patrick from a novel by Vern Sneider. The play opened on Broadway in New York City at the Martin Beck Theater in 1953 and was a tremendous hit, winning many awards including: the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best American Play of the Year.A detailed Native American float glides down a Maryville street during the 1962 Northwest 归国 Parade.Northwest's version of Cinderella is showcased on an elaborate float during the 1962 Northwest 归国 Parade.  Cinderella was the only Rodgers and Hammerstein musical written for television and was broadcasted live on CBS on March 31, 1957 as a vehicle for Julie Andrews, who played the title role. The broadcast was seen by more than 100 million people.The crowd disperses the town square after the 归国 Parade and heads back toward College Avenue.The 1969 Tower Queen and her royal court pose for a group picture prior to the start of the 归国 Parade.

          西北州立大学在几年,学生形成了新的俱乐部像红衣主教键和蓝色键,服务国家荣誉社会。游泳队和足球队开发增长到超过100个的前景。纪念体育场注册威廉重命名于1961年rickenbrode体育场长时间之后。 rickenbrode。另外从西北宿舍的一个系统切换到学期制学生工作一天后,开始课程。登记类开始参与大家的考验,采取了整整两天,弹性小,以允许新生和二年级学生。

          到1962年,学生人数2500和新生人数超过增加的学长。 1961年之前,要求穿绿色所有新生进行无檐小便帽。当由高年级或球杆到m-按钮的构件有序,需要一大一放置一个手指上的按钮上的帽状和弓,屈膝礼或下跪的顶部。一天步行出信号大一小便帽欺侮的结束,标志着新的开始学生(捉弄)期末。新生于1961年正式废除的欺侮开始抵制新生当传统。 1962年归国变得更加精细与制造纸巾和铁丝网的大,详细的花车事件。


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