Civic Center Campus
The Civic Center Campus was a collection of buildings owned by the University of Denver, located in downtown Denver, Colorado near the capitol building. Denver's Civic Center is defined as the area around the intersection of Broadway and Colfax Avenue.
Found in 58 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract A group of unidentified persons, including a man on horseback in Native American costume, and several persons in a horse-drawn carriage labeled "WELCOME ALUMNI," participated in the University of Denver's Pioneer Days parade near the Civic Center Campus in downtown Denver. The Colorado state Capitol is visible in the background.
Dates: circa 1940
Abstract Pajama Parade tonight, November 23, 1955. “Disciples” Hire Student Head. Panhel render Philanthropic Program at DU Speech Clinic. Nightshirts invade Downtown Denver. Turkey Dinner. Lisle Winners speak at DU “Y”. Thanksgiving Chapel Wednesday November 23, 1955. Governor proposes Webb and Knapp buy DU CC Campus. Sunday Chapel to be Vespers. Wanda McCarter poses in attire for the annual Pajama Parade.
Dates: 1955 November 23
Abstract DUers Exhibit Art and Design. Applications now due for 1956 May Queen. Five DU Frats Have Clauses. DU Robbed; $12,675 Taken (DU Civic Center Campus Finance Office was broken into). DU Communication Professor, R. Russell Porter, to Attend Paris Meeting April 9, 1956. HRM School Celebrates Birthday With a Seminar.
Dates: 1956 April 3
Abstract Students Elected to Office – Smallest Turnout in Many Years. New Senate Convenes; Appointments Announced. IFC Banquet. Voters Cast Ballots at CCC. Musical “Seventeen” Tonite.
Dates: 1956 May 18
Abstract Student Union Opened on CCC – Modernistic Improvement Is Welcomed By Students. DU Goes Automatic – Image showing one of the new vending machines on the CCC Campus. Panhel Council Moves to Open Fall Term Sorority Rush Period. Chancellor Alter Holds Dinner. Court House Square Project Takes Building. Choir Auditions. Caravan Leaves for Wyoming. Vehicle Registration. Kangaroo Court Coffee Hour on CCC and UPC September 28, 1956. New Student Union can hold 269 more people. Beginning This Week – a...
Dates: 1956 September 28
Abstract New Banners to Add Color at DU Games. Five Homecoming Finalists Compete in Royalty Election. Union to Present “Student Prince” as Sunday Movie. CCC Vice President Named at AWS Election. Planning Group Centers in Estes – DU Faculty, Staff Meet in Annual Conference. Lecture Series on World Affairs Opens With California Scientist.
Dates: 1975 October 11
Abstract The Profile of Organization – Can Puppets be Progress? Denver Sociology Professor Named AWS Awards Speaker. RILW Opens at Sunday Chapel; Discussions Continue in Firesides. Total Enrollment Registers Drop in Winter Quarter. Faculty, Students Comprise UPC Discussion Meets. May Theme Announced. DPA Announces Volpone Cast. Local Religious, Business Leaders to Lead CC Talks on Organization.
Dates: 1958 January 31
Abstract Bizad School to Celebrate CCC’s Golden Anniversary. Board Positions – Application Deadline Near For Event Chairmanships (May Days). Denver IK’s Host to National Meet. CWC Chaplain Keynotes Wednesday Worship. Health Department Closes CC Union; Chocolate Brown Paint Now Taboo. John the Barber Installs Shaving Service. Honor Roll Lists Posted Thursday. UP Union Exhibits Travelogue.
Dates: 1958 April 8
Abstract CCC Celebrates Fiftieth Year – Program Commemorates Founding, Guests Review Education in Business. DU’s Bizad College Measures Fifty Years of Growth, Service. Bizad Quarterly to be Distributed During Holiday.
Dates: 1958 April 22
Abstract Civic Center Elects Today – Class and Bizad Officers Run Again in New Downtown Vote. Rollie Bradford Honored by IFC. An Urgent Message. Eleven Engineering Students Honored at Annual College Honor Convocation. NH Honors Scholars. K-Book Out Thursday in UPC Union Lounge and CCC Auditorium. 20 Business Administration Students Receive Awards and Scholarships at Sixth Bizad Honors Convocation. Last Clarion.
Dates: 1959 May 29