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WINTER 2005
Volume 49, Number 2

IN THIS ISSUE

Experience is the best teacher: Students gain knowledge and skills through campus group involvement

Residence hall administrator highlights new housing features

Mom and Dad of the Year recognized

A home away from home: Residential learning communities help students make friends, adjust to college

Deadline approaches for residence hall self-assignment

Why live on campus? Compare the costs

State of the art building

Important Dates

University Calendar

 


The University of Iowa

State of the art building

Photo: New art building
Photo by Tom Jorgensen

The School of Art and Art History will kick off the new year in a new home designed by architect Steven Holl. Construction is nearly complete on the three-story, 67,000-square-foot building, which partially bridges a small lagoon and showcases an adjacent limestone bluff. Features of the facility, which will open to students in January, include classrooms, studios, a library, gallery space, faculty offices, an auditorium, meeting rooms, a café, and plenty of open space and natural light. Phase 2 of the construction project will be the renovation of the school’s original art building.

 

 
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