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Coal Supply

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Title Date Summary
1 Letter to the Editor
Arreola--Victoria (Student--2012)
Northern Iowan 108:47, p.5
4/3/2012 The economics of coal as a fuel at UNI, questioned. The impact of the release of sulfur, nitrogen, mercury, carbon, and particulate matter considered dangerous.
2 News Brief/Calendar of Events
Public Relations News Release 2006:0, p.1
10/30/2006 "The Darkness in My Life: The Social and Economic Costs of Coal" will be presented by Lynn Brant.
3 News Brief/Calendar of Events
Public Relations News Release 2006:0, p.1
10/23/2006 "The Darkness in My Life: The Social and Economic Costs of Coal," will be presented by Lynn Brant Monday, October 30.
4 Future of American energy in doubt
Rolfes--Kate E. (Student--2006)
Northern Iowan 103:16, p.1
10/20/2006 Coal supplies ninety-five per cent of the electric power in Cedar Falls. Barbara Freese spoke on the effects of coal use over time, including its history, impact on technology, and the environment; photo.
5 Lecture to discuss coal's impact on human history
Public Relations News Release 2006:0, p.1
10/12/2006 Barbara Freese will speak Tuesday, October 17.
6 Sterling agrees to explore options
Hamblin--Ashley (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 100:15, p.1
10/21/2003 Coal dust from UNI coal pile is blowing into Sterling apartments; settling dispute out of court.
7 UNI outlines plan to clean up creek
Miller--Jennifer C. (Student--1989-1990)
Northern Iowan 86:4, p.1
9/15/1989 Vice President Conner presents plan for Dry Run Creek.
8 CF residents battle UNI; in the wake of another fish kill
Inouye--Robert M. (Class of 1992)
Northern Iowan 86:1, p.1
9/1/1989 Fish kill in Dry Run Creek; local citizens blame UNI; photo.
9 Regents recommend $10.1 million UNI power plant project to legislature
Public Relations News Release 1987:227, p.1
2/19/1987 The Board of Regents appeals to the Iowa General Assembly to fund a $10.1 million power plant and boiler replacement project. Consulting engineers from Sega, Inc. recommended a new steam distribution system, coal storage, and a steamline tunnel.
10 The last snow picture!
Oakes--William D. (Class of 1983)
Northern Iowan 78:48, p.5
4/13/1982 Bill Oakes promises that this will be the last snow picture printed in the Northern Iowan until next winter; photo.
11 In store for winter
Ruse--Thomas E. (Class of 1981)
Northern Iowan 76:20, p.15
11/16/1979 Coal is piled near the UNI power plant; photo.
12 No coal shortage here; 7,000 tons left
Northern Iowan 74:46, p.11
3/31/1978 Officials talk about the amount of coal that UNI needs and energy conservation measures.
13 Coal, coal and more coal
Coleman--Duff A. (Class of 1979)
Northern Iowan 74:13, p.10
10/14/1977 A massive pile of UNI's coal; photo.
14 NI headline editorializing
Potter--Victor C. (Physical Plant Staff)
Northern Iowan 74:5, p.3
9/16/1977 Quarrels with choice of words in headline about coal pile run-off into Dry Run Creek.
15 Dry Run pollution: UNI is found guilty
Vorman--Julie A. (Class of 1979)
Northern Iowan 74:4, p.1
9/13/1977 Old drain tile runs polluted water to creek; UNI takes corrective action.
16 UNI accused of polluting stream
Northern Iowan 74:3, p.1
9/9/1977 Tests are being conducted as to the nature and origin of the orange-colored sludge is in Dry Run Creek; photo.
17 Prexy's; changes in store
Northern Iowan 72:61, p.1
7/14/1976 Pond built for canoeing in 1932; committee recommends cleaning in up so that it will look nice; photo.
18 A portrait of the artist . . . .
Dickman--Allan Melvin (Class of 1976)
Northern Iowan 72:51, p.9
4/13/1976 A student sits atop a coal pile working on a painting; photo.
19 Beautify UNI time
Blake--Debra S. (Class of 1978)
Northern Iowan 71:54, p.2
5/2/1975 Finds Power Plant and coal pile unattractive; should at least build fence around them.
20 Fire consumes coal supply
Paxton--David A. (Class of 1976)
Northern Iowan 71:8, p.1
9/27/1974 Physical Plant workers fighting small fire in coal pile; apparently started by spontaneous combustion.
21 Coal burners
Northern Iowan 70:27, p.1
1/11/1974 Will shut down oil burners and fire up coal burners; should save money and conserve oil.
22 UNI requests boilers
Northern Iowan 70:23, p.1
12/7/1973 Asks to use coal boilers instead of oil boilers, because oil seems to be in shorter supply.
23 Kluge's Project Coal: "Get involved"
Northern Iowan 68:61, p.3
7/21/1972 Visiting professor Gordon Kluge plans to paint coal pile.
24 Would you let this man paint your coalpile?
Northern Iowan 68:61, p.1
25 Untitled
Taylor--George W.
Public Relations News Release 67:27, p.1
1/15/1971 Campus coal pile; photo.
26 Untitled
Taylor--George W.
Public Relations News Release 67:27, p.5
1/15/1971 Spontaneous combustion lights the coal pile on fire; photo.
27 UNI Doing Best to Control Fires in Coal Piles
Public Relations News Release 1970:299, p.1
1/13/1971 Coal fires caused by spontaneous combustion have been recurring problems for UNI, according to Mel Manion, UNI physical plant director.
28 Land lease authorized
Northern Iowan 66:63, p.2
7/17/1970 Will stockpile coal in downtown site.
29 Regents Authorize UNI to Lease Land for Coal Stockpiling
Public Relations News Release 1969:689, p.1
7/10/1970 UNI has authority to lease land in downtown Cedar Falls from the Chicago and Northwestern Railway Co. for stockpiling coal. Additionally, student teaching contracts between UNI and two area community colleges has been approved.
30 Six classrooms updated in campus improvement jobs
Alumnus 44:1, p.12
2/1/1959 Significant improvements in infrastructure include increased water pressure, electricity upgrades, paving, removal of coal train railroad tracks, and athletic facilities near new Campus School.
31 Jennings reveals good coal supply
College Eye 41:21, p.6
3/10/1950 Regular shipments of coal are being received from Iowa coal mines.
32 No danger of coal shortage here
College Eye 41:17, p.3
1/27/1950 Coal to heat the campus comes from southern Iowa so Teachers College will not be affected by the coal strike.
33 Coal supply good; school continues
College Eye 38:12, p.1
12/6/1946 Strike should not affect ISTC supply soon.
34 College asks for new campus school
Alumnus 29:1, p.8
1/1/1945 Broad plan includes requests for new health services building, campus school, arts and industries building, auditorium, garages, coal pile containment, and heating plant facilities.
35 Plenty of coal, no winter
College Eye 28:39, p.4
7/2/1937 Power Plant stoker talks about the work of keeping the furnaces fed; bunkers occasionally catch fire.
36 Heating Plant
Alumnus 20:4, p.11
10/1/1936 History of Power Plant.
37 April skies soon dispel, but lest we forget
Alumnus 20:2, p.1
4/1/1936 Description of terrible winter of 1935-1936 with exceptionally cold weather, high winds, and head-high snow; record of coal consumption; photo.
38 Untitled
College Eye 27:32, p.1
2/21/1936 Enough coal on hand for two weeks; no plans to close school.
39 Coal, coal, coal, and yet more coal
College Eye 27:30, p.1
2/7/1936 Power plant has been burning an average of fifty tons of coal per day during January; seems to be an adequate supply on hand or on the way.
40 Parents of Teachers College students need feel no alarm over the Iowa coal shortage
Public Relations News Release 1935:587, p.1
2/7/1936 The Teachers College keeps a five hundred ton reserve piled in case of emergencies.
41 College coal bill is $36,000 for winter
College Eye 23:48, p.4
6/30/1932 College burned 8164 tons of coal.
42 Cobweb causes uproar in College Eye office
College Eye 23:8, p.3
7/24/1931 Cobweb fluttering over coal pile looks like smoke.
43 The Line
College Eye 21:36, p.7
6/13/1930 Jakko the monkey, Einstein's theory of relativity, "traction problems," and Prince Carol.
44 Debate with Morningside Friday
College Eye 14:26, p.1
12/13/1922 Will consider whether or not the government should own and operate coal mines.
45 Did you know that?
College Eye 14:21, p.5
11/8/1922 Facts about campus.
46 Iowa legislature appropriates for Teachers College
College Eye 12:29, p.1
4/13/1921 Rough breakdown of budget; $285,000 for permanent appropriation plus additional money; extension does not receive as much money as President Seerley requested.
47 Do the students want Thanksgiving vacation?
College Eye 12:10, p.4
11/3/1920 The student body wants a break from classes on Thanksgiving Day and the Friday afterward.
48 Compare Allen and Harding
College Eye 11:13, p.4
12/31/1919 Claims that Governor Harding should do something about the coal shortage, rather than just talking about it.
49 Fuel shortage forces vacation
College Eye 11:12, p.3
12/3/1919 Likely that school will close this week until December 30 because of coal shortage.
50 In 1916 the public schools were closed
College Eye 10:8, p.2
12/11/1918 Reasons for school closings and suggestion for prevention; believes much sickness could be avoided by providing proper ventilation of school houses.


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