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The University is in the process of converting its central utilities plant -- which generates steam for use in heating and air conditioning of River Campus and Medical Center buildings -- from coal to natural gas, a cleaner burning source of energy. The conversion is expected to be complete by summer '98. The plant has been coal-fired since it was built in 1929.

October 13, 1997
Volume 25 Number 18

Employee satisfaction

Please remember to complete the employee satisfaction survey and mail it to Gordon Black Corporation in the envelope provided. Responses will be accepted through the next few weeks.

For more information, call x3-4644, or e-mail

Currents staff

Kathy Quinn Thomas, editor
Beth Neely, calendar and classified editor
Joe Gawlowicz, photographer
Joseph P. Chakalis, Sr., typesetter

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