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This is at least partially due to the problems that college and university administrators faced in dealing with the extraordinary enrollment surge in the middle and late 1960s, when the Baby Boomers began to reach college age.

In Cedar Falls, the quiet Iowa State Teachers College, with an enrollment of 3616 in 1960, became the University of Northern Iowa, with an enrollment of 9723 in 1970.

But there was a clear need for even more on-campus housing than the Regents Complex provided.

At their January 1966 meeting, the Board of Regents authorized planning for a .8 million dormitory with accommodations for six hundred students.

Accommodating six thousand additional students in just a decade was a daunting task for a public institution such as UNI, where all building projects needed to work their way through levels of bureaucracy and then compete for attention with other worthy projects in the Iowa General Assembly.

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This essay takes a look at the way that the complex was planned and built and then at both the enjoyable and the difficult times that its residents have experienced.

He said, "I simply cannot understand a mind that wants to build a skyscraper in the middle of a cornfield." Professor Fox called for a meeting on the matter, but only a few students, faculty, and administrators attended.

The planning administrators who did attend were ready to defend their recommendations.

, King's 2014 novel about a retired police detective who is being stalked by a killer. The TV adaptation is coming to the Audience Network from the minds of David E. A good-natured wise guy, Jerome helps Hodges with his computer stuff, and puts up a home surveillance system for him." Kelly Lynch ( TV series from Audience Network.

It's still King writing at his very creepiest, as the hardboiled mystery unfolds page after page. Here's the character description from THR: "Jerome Robinson, a high school student who does yard work for Hodges (Brendan Gleeson).

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