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Porter--Robert L. (Architect)

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Title Date Summary
1 Capital and other physical improvements
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 2:0, p.453
7/1/1995 Brief review of construction during the early 1970s including the Education Center, UNI-CUE, and the ITC; photo.
2 Three resign; totaled forty years service
Alumnus 57:3, p.17
9/1/1972 Professors Coffin and Anderson and architect Robert Porter move on to other positions.
3 Porter to join architectural firm
Northern Iowan 68:62, p.5
7/28/1972 Robert Porter will leave after seven years at UNI; survey of progress during his tenure.
4 The long and winding road whys told; it's 1.7 miles
Northern Iowan 68:60, p.4
7/14/1972 Architect Robert Porter attempts to explain lack of direct access to campus.
5 Married Student Housing or the great trek
UNI Quarterly 3:2, p.70
1/1/1972 A look at the newly-constructed Hillside Courts units; only one road, from South Main, leads to the area; notes potential for fire; photo.
6 Environmentalism: is UNI facing the issues?
Downey--John Charles (Biology Faculty; Dean of the Graduate College)
Alumnus 56:4, p.12
12/1/1971 Professor Downey takes an extensive and close look at UNI's response to the environmental movement
7 UNI architect answers charges leveled against Hillside Courts
Northern Iowan 68:17, p.4
11/12/1971 New units had not been inspected by Fire Marshall; did not have telephone service.
8 UNI Architect Answers Criticisms From State Fire Marshal's Office
Public Relations News Release 1972:142, p.1
11/10/1971 Robert Porter, UNI architect, answers questions from the Fire Marshal's Office that UNI had failed to cooperate with their office regarding potential fire hazards in new construction on campus.
9 Regents Approve Business Transactions for UNI
Public Relations News Release 1972:9, p.1
9/10/1971 Projects include increasing the power wattage of the radio station from 10 watts to 3000 watts, providing ped access south of University Avenue to student housing, and sodding and seeding around Hillside Courts.
10 Whither the Meditation room?
Northern Iowan 67:52, p.4
5/11/1971 Will discuss purpose of room.
11 A plan for growth at your University
Alumnus 54:1, p.10
2/1/1969 University takes up "comprehensive plan for campus development" with five zones of development outlined on accompanying map.
12 Five concentric circles part of master plan to accommodate students
Northern Iowan 65:12, p.15
10/18/1968 Plan to accommodate future growth will be presented to Regents in November; photo.
13 Petition won't be filed for at least 2 weeks
Northern Iowan 64:38, p.1
3/5/1968 Regents permanent injunction against striking will not be filed immediately; workers remain on job voluntarily.
14 Strike delays Towers work 'at least a week'--Porter; won't be finished by September
Northern Iowan 64:38, p.1
3/5/1968 President Maucker considers options; Science Building and addition to Administration Building should be finished this spring.
15 Auditoria recommendation includes coliseum, theater
Northern Iowan 64:31, p.1
2/9/1968 Committee recommends coliseum seating ten thousand, auditorium seating two thousand, and a theater seating eight hundred.
16 May close West 27th within 10-minute circle
College Eye 63:12, p.1
10/25/1966 Closing West 27th Street would help to increase the safety of students walking around campus.
17 Parking ramp rumors are dispelled
College Eye 63:3, p.12
9/23/1966 Discusses the future addition and expansion of parking lots.
18 Change in education affects campus structure
College Eye 60:63, p.1
7/22/1966 Architect Robert Porter talks about campus planning.
19 Campus architect gives approval of President Maucker's portrait
Porter--Robert L. (Architect)
College Eye 60:47, p.3
4/15/1966 Claims that the true power of the new painting is that it is the bearer of an idea.
20 Changes and additions in staff of physical plant
College Eye 60:17, p.6
11/9/1965 Roster of changes.
21 The Aristos break their "hoodoo"
Normal Eyte 17:33, p.514
5/22/1907 Score in triangular debate was Aristos 4, Orios 4, and Philos 1.
22 Society
Normal Eyte 17:20, p.311
2/13/1907 Ossolis organized medical program; Zetas installed officers; Chrestos gave art program; Aristos hold miscellaneous program; Shakes present Russo-Japanese program; Philos hold combination program.

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