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Water Supply System

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Title Date Summary
1 Fountains on campus; awarding those less wishy-washy, more reliable
Kalvig--Lindsay (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 101:37, p.10
2/15/2005 Author provides his opinion on the best and worst drinking fountains on campus; photo.
2 Tests find traces of lead in water; drinking fountains in Baker Hall replaced
Robertson--Andrew (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 101:10, p.1
10/1/2004 Four drinking fountains in Baker Hall were replaced due to a summer water test report showing higher levels of lead and bacteria.
3 UNI professors conducting study of area well water
Public Relations News Release 2004:0, p.1
9/20/2004 One hundred fifty volunteers will study the effects of nitrates in private well water in association with UNI's School of Health, Physical Education, and Leisure Services.
4 Water main break causes problems
Northern Iowan 96:21, p.2
11/9/1999 Art 2, Psychology I, Greenhouse, Baker Hall, Wright Hall, Sabin Hall, Seerley, and part of Maucker Union were without water Monday as result of water main break.
5 Portion of Ohio Street on University of Northern Iowa campus to close for three days, beginning Wednesday, Sept. 17
Public Relations News Release 1997:32, p.1
9/12/1997 Section of Ohio Street will close for work on water lines that will connect to the site of the Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center.
6 Actions of the General Assembly--1890-1902; finally significant commitment
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.115
7/1/1990 Analysis of the struggles to obtain adequate funding for the Normal School; the millage tax; the Auditorium Building dedication; photo.
7 Institutional growth and program expansion to 1890
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.107
7/1/1990 Enrollment grows; the Board outlines its authority more clearly; difficulties with the Boarding Department and physical facilities; photo.
8 Dorm residents suffer with problem showers
Northern Iowan 84:8, p.1
9/22/1987 Dorm residents complain about water temperature and pressure; officials say they have not heard anything about it.
9 Water, water, everywhere¿
Reese--Gregory B. (Classes of 1989 and 2002)
Northern Iowan 81:25, p.1
12/7/1984 A leak in the water main near the Communication Arts Center is found; photo.
10 Water system study okayed by Regents
Northern Iowan 67:55, p.12
5/21/1971 Will study steam lines and possibilities for using water for chilling.
11 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.
12 Do-it-yourself crime solution
College Eye 49:39, p.4
8/1/1958 Construction underway on water lines; photo.
13 Some improvements made on local campus
College Eye 31:39, p.1
7/19/1940 Install sewers and water system in stadium; paint woodwork on Women's Gym.
14 Shaving difficulties
College Eye 31:37, p.4
6/28/1940 Baker Hall water turned off for repairs.
15 School increases from four, to two thousand
College Eye 28:5, p.1
10/8/1936 Brief history of the institution.
16 Drinking fountains surrounded by thirsty pushing students
College Eye 27:8, p.1
7/17/1936 Observations at the drinking fountain; many use it during the hot summer weather.
17 Science Department
College Eye 13:11, p.2
11/9/1921 Students analyzing local drinking water; study poison used to kill dog in Waterloo.
18 What the Teachers College has done for Cedar Falls
College Eye 10:18, p.2
3/12/1919 Believes ISTC has made many significant contributions to the community including street railway, water works, sewage system, and faculty investments
19 Since the recent epidemic
College Eye 8:23, p.2
4/4/1917 Because of impurities in the city water supply, the Pink Poodle has begun serving from other sources.
20 Interesting relic uncovered
College Eye 3:9, p.153
10/30/1913 Orphans Home well discovered in excavation for new power plant building; well is 132 feet deep and contains 36 feet of water; sides lined with sandstone.
21 The cases of typhoid fever
Normal Eyte 18:5, p.78
10/9/1907 City officials think typhoid may have been in the water; sent samples to Ames to be analyzed.
22 The importance of a pure water supply
Normal Eyte 13:29, p.449
4/25/1903 Pure water helps to prevent typhoid fever.
23 The value of the pure water furnished at our institution can be appreciated
Normal Eyte 13:22, p.338
2/28/1903 Water supply problems around the country.
24 Excavating for the new building is progressing rapidly
Normal Eyte 4:5, p.75
10/13/1894 Saturday activities in other buildings cancelled while water pipes were connected.
25 The water main on Normal Street
Normal Eyte 1:16, p.125
5/3/1892 Broke a little south of 12th Street.
26 A new windmill
Students' Offering 3:9, p.7
12/1/1879 Replaces older unit.
27 The girls on the third floor
Students' Offering 2:5, p.7
2/1/1879 Humorous observation on spilling water.
28 The new arrangements
Students' Offering 1:4, p.4
12/1/1878 Decription of improvements in the building include painting, blackboards, library, cistern, carpeting, laboratory, and staff rooms.

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