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Energy Conservation

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Title Date Summary
201 Married students
Northern Iowan 77:18, p.4
11/7/1980 Will hear how to reduce heating bills.
202 Formal tuition schedules approved
Northern Iowan 77:14, p.4
10/24/1980 Board approves tuition and fees rate of $900 per academic year; also approves Christmas shutdown to save energy and cut expenses.
203 UNI to shut down over Christmas
Northern Iowan 77:13, p.4
10/14/1980 Seen as a move to conserve energy; will survey campus for essential services and operations.
204 Aud curtains only one fix-up project
UNI Century 8:4, p.4
10/1/1980 Summer construction schedule.
205 Luv comes to UNI
Alumnus 65:3, p.10
9/1/1980 University orders ten small trucks to replace larger vehicles.
206 UNI's purchasing power zapped
Alumnus 65:3, p.8
9/1/1980 Preliminary budget does not keep up with inflation; university will take measures to meet shortfall.
207 Budget proposals approved by regents
Northern Iowan 76:59, p.3
6/27/1980 Robert Stansbury talks about some of the budget changes approved by the Board of Regents.
208 Use of oil in '80s analyzed
Alumnus 65:2, p.21
5/1/1980 James Lindberg speaks on world oil situation.
209 Energy politics
Northern Iowan 76:50, p.5
4/18/1980 Seminars on energy conservation will be given; Sam Tuthill will speak.
210 Gas and oil prices must increase to encourage further production
Northern Iowan 76:42, p.1
3/11/1980 Professor Donald Cummings offers his opinions on how to curb the fuel shortage.
211 Seven buildings to be remodeled for better energy efficiency
Northern Iowan 76:41, p.6
3/7/1980 Seven UNI buildings will be remodeled as part of an energy conservation project. The buildings included in this project are the Commons, the Education Center, Gilchrist Hall, the Library, Russell Hall, Sabin Hall, and Seerley Hall; will cost $450,000.
212 Tractors in the Dome
Northern Iowan 76:41, p.2
3/7/1980 Tractor pulls don't help conserve on gas.
213 New boiler, turbine generator aid in energy efficiency
UNI Century 8:2, p.7
3/1/1980 Description of new boiler.
214 Oil situation appears better
Northern Iowan 76:33, p.5
2/8/1980 James Lindberg presents a speech entitled "World Oil in the 1980's" ; photo.
215 'Struggling to keep free from propaganda'
Armstrong--Kathryn R. (Class of 1982)
Northern Iowan 76:31, p.2
2/1/1980 Feels President Carter is spreading propaganda about the draft.
216 Every little bit helps
Northern Iowan 76:30, p.2
1/29/1980 Encourages students to do the small things in conserving energy on campus.
217 Heat taken off Kamerick's dogs
Northern Iowan 76:16, p.1
11/2/1979 After complaints from UNI employees, the heating system was removed from the President's garage.
218 'Real energy crunch yet to come'
Northern Iowan 76:13, p.1
10/16/1979 David W. Meyer, Department of Energy official, gives his predictions on the future of energy sources.
219 Bundle up for energy conservation
UNI Century 7:4, p.3
10/1/1979 Survey of UNI measures to conserve energy; photo.
220 Utility rate for students
Northern Iowan 76:6, p.3
9/21/1979 Encourages students to become informed about Lifeline rates for utilities and its benefits.
221 Nuclear pros and cons discussed
Northern Iowan 76:2, p.5
9/7/1979 Iowa Public Interest Research Group hosted a debate on the pros and cons of nuclear energy.
222 UNI cutting energy costs
Northern Iowan 76:2, p.4
9/7/1979 UNI will continue to comply with Emergency Building Temperature Restrictions to cut the cost of energy.
223 Mopeds added to vehicle system
Northern Iowan 76:1, p.4
8/31/1979 Ten mopeds have been added to the university's vehicle system to help conserve energy; photo.
224 Home Ec hosts energy workshop
Northern Iowan 75:56, p.4
6/8/1979 A home economics energy workshop will be offered by the Home Economics Department.
225 UNI reduces energy use
UNI Century 7:2, p.7
226 "Quick fix" projects help; 15 percent reduction in energy consumption
Northern Iowan 75:38, p.10
2/23/1979 Tom Paulson talks about changes that have reduced energy consumption by 15% in five years.
227 Building on the ecological frontier
Alumnus 63:4, p.28
12/1/1978 Neuroths build energy-saving house near Epworth; photo.
228 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.
229 Energy forum brings 3 experts to campus
Northern Iowan 74:44, p.15
3/17/1978 Phi Beta Lambda sponsoring panel.
230 Energy forum
Northern Iowan 74:43, p.4
3/3/1978 Panel will meet.
231 Making them believers in an energy problem
UNI Century 6:2, p.6
3/1/1978 UNI Citizens' Workshops on energy and Environment has been presented to about 675 people.
232 Energy problems worse than you think
Northern Iowan 74:29, p.6
1/13/1978 Leland Wilson talks about energy conservation and the results of his citizens' workshops; photo.
233 Energy-Environment Simulator
Northern Iowan 74:29, p.6
1/13/1978 Dr. Leland Wilson informs the citizens of Cedar Falls about the amount of energy being used and wasted; photo.
234 Mayoral election
Vorman--Julie A. (Class of 1979)
Northern Iowan 74:9, p.3
9/30/1977 Peg Anderson and Jon Crews conduct forum on energy conservation.
235 Energy crunch
McKinley--William Thomas (Class of 1978; Physical
Northern Iowan 74:2, p.2
9/2/1977 Encourages off-campus students to use bus to conserve energy.
236 Richter discusses energy
Northern Iowan 73:61, p.4
7/8/1977 Professor Richter takes a professional and personal look at energy consumption; photo.
237 Energy talk
Northern Iowan 73:51, p.1
4/19/1977 Vic Potter will talk about energy conservation.
238 More energy ideas
DeKock--Walter E. (Earth Sciences Faculty)
Northern Iowan 73:51, p.2
4/19/1977 Supports Mr. Allen's letter and criticizes Victor Potter's letter which tried to discredit him.
239 Answers Allen letter
Potter--Victor C. (Physical Plant Staff)
Northern Iowan 73:49, p.2
4/5/1977 Vic Potter points out difficulties and limitations in its energy conservation efforts.
240 Is energy being wasted at UNI?
Northern Iowan 73:48, p.2
4/1/1977 Calls for attention to be paid to UNI's waste of energy and wants policies changed.
241 Energy stickers--way to conserve.
Northern Iowan 73:38, p.1
2/15/1977 Stickers near light switches call attention to the importance of saving energy.
242 Energy workshop to be presented
Northern Iowan 73:32, p.3
1/25/1977 Professors Wilson and MacMillan will make presentation in Waterloo.
243 Richter to give energy environment workshop
Northern Iowan 73:30, p.1
1/18/1977 Profile of Professor Richter.
244 Workshop to be on environment
Northern Iowan 73:28, p.7
12/14/1976 Professor Rider will deliver program on the energy-environment relationship.
245 UNI energy workshops seen by 9482 in '75-76
Northern Iowan 73:19, p.4
11/5/1976 Leland Wilson reported that a total of two hundred workshops on energy and the environment were presented in 1975-76.
246 Leftwich: no U. S. energy problems
Northern Iowan 72:47, p.7
3/30/1976 Richard Leftwich says that the market would adjust itself if the government would allow it to work.
247 UNI cited for energy conservation
Northern Iowan 72:42, p.8
3/2/1976 Wins award from Department of Commerce.
248 Energy debate tonight; Stross vs. Laitner
Northern Iowan 72:40, p.4
2/24/1976 Roland Struss and John A. Laitner will speak.
249 Veto override urged; Letter to Grassley
Le Beau--Carol
Northern Iowan 71:62, p.1
7/25/1975 O. J. King urges override of President's veto of energy conservation measure.
250 Energy workshops scheduled
Northern Iowan 71:39, p.7
2/21/1975 Professors Rider and MacMillan will present program in Iowa Falls.


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