University of Denver. Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC)
Demands hearings for two Fraterninty Men (May 1956).
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Overview Marilyn Allen rules over IFC weekend festivities – Miss Allen was chosen as queen to reign over the 1955 inter-fraternity council’s annual “Greek Week” program. Palmer Hoyt, publisher of the Denver Post is the fourth speaker in a series of five on the Effects of Mass Communication on World Affairs. DU Ski Squad takes NCAA Championship again – this is the second consecutive NCAA crown for the Pioneers headed by Willie Shaeffler.
Dates: 1955 March 11
Overview All school elections May 10-11, 1955. Inter-fraternity Council gives Sigma Alpha Epsilon temporary probation status. Professors to bus dishes at the Student Union. United Fund Drive, “Dollars for Destiny” moves into final stage. Clarion rated – received a first-place rating in the Associated Collegiate Press’ competitive program. Students elected to fill all school positions.
Dates: 1955 May 6
Overview K-Books available. Daleyne Smith was chosen as queen of the 1955 Kynewisbok, the DU annual yearbook. The Second Annual Inter-Fraternity council banquet honored DU men chosen for Who’s Who. “Chat with Chet” hour was one of the highlights of the annual, Leadership confab held at Camp Wilaha (1955). Leadership Confab had many provocative discussions and panels. CCC Editor, SU Board – applications need to be turned in May 27, 1955.
Dates: 1955 May 27
Overview DU Raises Tuition – Quarter Hour Hike Effective Next Year (1957); announced by Chancellor Alter. Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC) Vetoes Name Band Proposal 13-1. The Associated Women Students (AWS) Women’s Week February 19-27, 1956. Victor G. Reuther, assistant to the vice president of the newly combined AF of L and CIO Labor Unions, named Sixth Lecturer, February 20, 1956.
Dates: 1956 February 17
Overview IFC Celebrates Holidays – Irma Sloan is Crowned IFC Queen at Greek Holidays; to reign at Dance. D Club to Raise Funds for NCAA Ski Meet. Charles F. Brannan, next SSF Lecturer. Grads Dance, See Show. Olympus Show Opens Holiday. Conference Site Picked – Leaders to Meet at Estes May 18, 1956.
Dates: 1956 March 9
Overview Students Elect Officers May 15, 1956. DU Picks Representative Here for Miss Colorado Pageant. IFC Demands Hearings for Two Fraternity Men. Foreign Service Exam June 25, 1956. DU’s Leaders Meet in Estes Next Week. Spring Comes to Denver U. Skiers Honored.
Dates: 1956 May 11
Overview 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
Overview Corporate Support – Trustees Solicit Business for Financial Aid to DU. Frats Get Equal Rushing Rights. Carolyn Reese Named Miss DU for Pageant. Fraternity Men Attend Annual IFC Banquet. Student Union Board Holds Final Meeting.
Dates: 1956 May 25
Overview Tonight (October 26, 1956) is Family Night – Free Tickets Available in Activities Office. Election Results. Family Nighters Ready for Game. CCC Governors Open Applications for New Board. Clarion Sponsors Mock Election for All Students Next Week. IFC Makes New Recommendations at Tuesday meet. Senate Hosts Open House. 15 Days to Homecoming. K-Book Deadlines.
Dates: 1956 October 26
Overview RILW Speaker Named – Dr. Julian Hartt, Yale Theologian to Keynote Religion-in-Life Week. Denver University Student Senate Acts on RILW and Fund Drive. Ellen Harris to Speak at AWS Banquet. Bizad to Present Management Meet. Scholarships for Students From Hungary Discussed. Hockey Tickets. Interhall Dance. Applications for 1968 Requested. Du’s New “Pops Chorus” Elects, Maps Activities. IFC Plans Holidays. Off The Record – Dick Cline, president of the Student Union Board of Governors, is pictured...
Dates: 1957 January 11