University of Denver
The first reference to Colorado Seminary was in The Rocky Mountain News of November 27, 1862: “ a board of Trustees, composed of the solid men of Denver, has been organized to superintend the erection of a seminary building… for an academic education.”
Sources Breck, "From the Rockies to the World"
University of Denver votes to adopt quarter system in 1929.
Sources "University Adopts New Quarter Plan; Vote Unanimous," The Denver Clarion, vol. 34, no. 19, November 26, 1929, 1.
First year Hillel organization features full programming at DU
CitationJan. 30, 1974, letter to faculty, U172._.0003, Hillel folder
Found in 211 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Article reprinted from The Rotarian Magazine entitled ''Dissent: Divine or Diabolical? An Educator Noted for Bridging Gaps on Campus Explores Causes and Solutions'' by Maurice B. Mitchell. Seven pages with photographs.
Overview Draft of a letter from Thomas M. Feldman to Adolph ''Bud'' Mayer asking for help from the University of Denver Public Relations Department in gathering information on Woodstock West. At the bottom is the reply from the Director of Public Relations, Adolph ''Bud'' Mayer.
Overview Draft of letter from Thomas M. Feldman to Mr. Mitchell asking for help getting information on the decision making process.
Overview Earth Island Number One. Contains an article on Page 16: ''Woodstock West: The Liberation of Denver University,'' article by David Michaels and Thomas Feldman.
Overview Earth Island Prospectus Edition
Overview Editorial from the Suburban Sun News entitled: ''Three Cheers for Mitchell''.
Overview Evergreen V. 14 N. 90. On page 71, there is an article: ''Revolution in the Rockies: Woodstock West''.
Overview Faculty opinions concerning the Chancellor's actions during Woodstock. Report prepared and approved by the Department of Psychology. There is a note on the cover that Professor Shaklee wishes to go on record as opposing the use of the questionnaire and as dissenting from the report.