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Tripling of Dormitory Rooms

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51 Important SLB meeting Tuesday: Nagle
College Eye 59:17, p.10
2/5/1965 Will discuss major issues.
52 Let's at least have desks
College Eye 58:6, p.2
10/25/1963 Addresses the issue of not enough desks in the rooms for students.
53 Debate on student housing monopolizes Union Forum
College Eye 58:4, p.4
10/11/1963 Talk about problems caused by surging enrollment.
54 Area students may live in dorms beginning '63
College Eye 57:14, p.8
1/11/1963 Had originally asked local students to stay at home, if possible, until 1964; 50% of rooms have extra occupant; will go to 75% next year.
55 Bartlett life "new, improved"
College Eye 51:1, p.1
9/18/1959 Renovation over the summer included painting and re-arrangement of rooms; no rooms will be tripled; no one will live on third floor.
56 Enrollment hits near-record peak as dorms squeeze in even more
College Eye 47:1, p.1
9/9/1955 Enrollment may reach record level.
57 Enrollment increase apparent this year
College Eye 46:1, p.1
9/10/1954 Final figures unavailable; dormitories are overcrowded.
58 Residence halls filled completely
College Eye 45:39, p.1
7/30/1954 Now beyond capacity for fall quarter.
59 Junior, senior women to live in Lawther Hall fall quarter
College Eye 42:40, p.1
8/3/1951 Campbell Hall will not be ready until January; women will be tripled in Lawther Hall; photo.
60 Signs of a big year
Alumnus 30:4, p.1
10/1/1946 Fall enrollment is 2477 made up of 1227 men and 1259 women; unprecedented male-female balance; housing stretched to limits.
61 Double-deckers inhabit Baker, Seerley; men accept with smiles or groans
College Eye 37:31, p.2
5/3/1946 Two men placed in some single rooms, three men placed in some double rooms; students and staff talk about the conditions.
62 President Price explains housing, food
College Eye 37:22, p.1
2/22/1946 Some dorm rooms will be double-decked; Commons food service must be self-supporting; President Price asks everyone to work together, as they did during the war.


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