UConn To Demolish 9 Buildings (Some Historic) For Campus Green Space

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  1. CL82

    CL82 It's going to be ok - calm down and enjoy the ride

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    Except of course that there is nothing 'historic' about them. The sole reason they are listed in the National Register is that they are located onUConn's campus. Move them a half mile and they are old buildings that aren't particularly noteworthy other than their state of disrepair.
     
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  2. Mr. Conehead

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    The author is a UConn professor...

    Quentin C. Kessel
     
  3. CL82

    CL82 It's going to be ok - calm down and enjoy the ride

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    Yep, pithy verse aside, he's still spot on wrong.
     
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    Quinnipiac going throw same stuff w/ Hamden. I get history/historical value but man...
     
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  7. Palatine

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    Those junky brown houses are historic. Yeah, for the amount of puke they produced as frats.
     
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