KVDU (Radio station : Denver, Colo.)
The University of Denver's radio, television, and film studio.
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Overview KVDU, 670, Radio Station for the voice of the Pioneers. Coed Residence Issue given Girls’ inter-dorm council. Senator Riddick presented a paper explaining the purpose and financial status of the National Student Association (NSA). DU gets permission to maintain Pioneer Village for one year. Mr. Wayne Littrell, director of security and services at DU, discloses new auto regulation rules. Study rooms to be put in dorms. Dr. John Greenway, DU professor of English, to give a lecture on February 9,...
Dates: 1955 February 4
Overview Larry Allen, Pulitzer Prize Winner, first guest speaker to deliver the Ernie Pyle Memorial Lecture. Greeks establish blood bank – IFC and Panhel are sponsors. Sport notables visit DU. New program to be heard on KVDU radio station. Art Committee sponsors films. University could alter license controversy. Dr. Barbato answers insurance questions. Notice Seniors – nominations for chairman of the senior class of College of Arts and Sciences will be held on January 17, 1956.
Dates: 1956 January 17
Overview Student Senate Elects (Jack Deeter as president of student body; Ken Furman as president of the College of Arts and Sciences; Sandy Theis as secretary. Class election dates set; Chairmen report. 1955 Homecoming theme is picked – “Sense and Nonsense.” KVDU is back – Jim Palmquist is the new manager. DU Enrollment climbs upward. Three names as finalists in the search for the “Apron King” – Sonny Moore, Paul Plath and Orville Duffy. Fall Ball on October 7, 1955.
Dates: 1955 October 7
Overview United Fund Drive Plans for Kick-Off. Brazilian Folk Singer. Inter-hall Dance Has Varied Entertainment. Bizad College Publishes New Magazine. Record Dance Held Sunday. KVDU Roving Reporter Series Tuesday. Student Senate.
Dates: 1957 January 15
Overview Students to Register Now in “Y” and Religious Office for Y-Sponsored Firesides. “American Image” Overseas Varies, Notes Dr. Johnson. Delta Phi Epsilon Colonizes at DU; to Officially Activate This Spring. Inter-Hall to Hold “Ski-Jump” Dance. KVDU Program Changes Made. Perdue Elected to Committee.
Dates: 1960 January 22
Overview DU Told “Forget Football, or Like What You’ve Got”. 1960 Freshman Camp Co-directors Selected by Senators Tuesday. KVDU Radio Plans Broadcast of Russian Game. Annual Speech Conference Scheduled to be Held Here. Nominations for K-Book Pioneers to be Accepted. Student Body Tops 6,000 This Quarter. Give-Away Search Clues Announced.
Dates: 1960 February 5
Overview Symposium Tickets Free to DU Students. A Folksy Approach. KVDU Offers Free Tickets. Fall Enrollment Up to 6255 Students. Fraternities Gain 218 Men, 56% of Total Fall Rushees. Fair Booths Pioneer Week Feature.
Dates: 1963 September 24
Overview Students on the Streets – Vietnamese War Inspires March. Senate and Carnival Committee Enforcing Regulations Friday. KVDU Moves Toward an FM License; Progress Recounted.
Dates: 1965 February 16
Overview Winter Carnival – Baldwin, Blom Reign. Engineers’ Day Festivities Next Week; Awards, Dance Queen. Pre-Registration Schedule Planned for March 1 to 10.” The Merry Wives of Windsor” Opens Wednesday in Theater. KVDU – FM Frequency Needed. Bulletin.
Dates: 1965 February 19