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Civic Center Campus

 Organization

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 3 Collections and/or Records:

The Denver Clarion, vol. 36, issue 15, 1959 November 6

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Identifier: clarion_v036i15_19591106
Overview Homecoming Queen Finalists Named – King, Kneis, Toomey Three Queen Finalists. Folk Singers to Present Concert on CCC Today. DU Law School Admission Requirements Changed to Include Undergraduate Degree. Publications Board Posts Open. IFC Sponsors Blood Drive. Deadline Looms Near for Danforth Graduate Grants. DU Alums Offer Students Dance.
Dates: 1959 November 6

The Denver Clarion, vol. 36, issue 17, 1959 November 13

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Identifier: clarion_v036i17_19591113
Overview Homecoming Begins at DU – Glenda King Chosen Homecoming Queen; To Award Trophies at All-School Dance. DU Homecoming Game and Activities Scheduled for Saturday at Stadium. CCC Pep Rally, Skits Presented. Organization Skits, Pep Rally, Alum Dinner, Student Dance on Homecoming Bill Today. Competition Points for Homecoming.
Dates: 1959 November 13

The Denver Clarion, vol. 69, issue 23, 1965 January 15

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Identifier: clarion_v069i23_19650115
Overview English Program – “Moment of the Modern” Keynote Series. Financial Need Will Be Only Requirement for Student Aid. Revisions and Improvements are Planned for Next Pre-Registration. All-School Average is 1.598 for Fall Quarter; A .046 Drop. Women’s Days – Activities Thru Next Monday. The Referendum Campaign Begins for CCC Court. Male Clarion. Committee Meets with Architects Concerning Union.
Dates: 1965 January 15