ISNUIIkatan Sarjana Nahdlatul Ulama (Indonesian degree)
ISNUIllinois State Normal University (now Illinois State University)
ISNUIslamic Society of Northeastern University (Boston, MA)
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"To ISNU, this prohibition [on sharing data for targeted killings] was contrary not only to supporting Israel in its fight against Hezbollah but overall, to support the US Global War on Terrorism," an article in SIDToday said.
Its author, whose name is redacted, details the "late-night, sometimes tense discussions" he had with ISNU officials who believed they deserved an exemption from the US prohibition on abetting targeted killings.
A 2009 memorandum of understanding officially gave ISNU unrestricted access to the NSA's raw intelligence data -- including the phone and internet records of American citizens and citizens of third-party countries.
While a leaked presentation calls ISNU "NSA's most valued third party partner", it also suggests there was "high anxiety" among the Israelis "heavily reliant" on NSA data for support.
"Throughout all of my discussions -- no matter what the tone or subject -- ISNU stressed their deep gratitude for the cooperation and support they received from the NSA," the SIDToday article added.
As Felmley notes, women's success at ISNU was due entirely to the fact that they mature quicker, are more industrious, and are more "sensitive to social incentive" than men (2); men, meanwhile, are more varied in their intelligence than women.
At ISNU, this national conversation had both institutional and individual consequences.
My research into the work of the Sapphonian Society at ISNU draws from the archive of their faculty advisor June Rose Colby's published and unpublished works, and from the society's meeting minutes, club notes published in the student newspaper, yearbook reports, and alumni magazines.
Such sentiments were echoed in the early twentieth century as well; thus it is not surprising that Colby used the Sapphonian Society to provide ISNU women with the same sense of camaraderie and empowerment she felt when she first joined the ACA.
Felmley's aspirations for ISNU included offering a bachelor's degree, a "rise in status" that Christine Ogren suggests "would erase many of the aspects of the normal's public sphere that challenged gender and social-class boundaries" (200).
In her forty years at ISNU, Colby rarely used her public voice to assert political positions.