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University of Denver. All-University Student Association


Found in 154 Collections and/or Records:

The Denver Clarion, vol. 34, issue 47, 1958 April 18

Identifier: clarion_v034i47_19580418
Abstract Amendment Proposed – Senate Adds Referendum to AUSA Election Ballot. Spring Quarter “Night Club” Imports Touch of the Orient. Korbel Lectures on New Findings of Archive Study. Clarion, K-Book Editor Applications Due Today. Booth Building Sign of May Days. New York Businessman Recipient of CC Outstanding Alumni Award.
Dates: 1958 April 18

The Denver Clarion, vol. 34, issue 50, 1958 April 29

Identifier: clarion_v034i50_19580429
Abstract Students Elect AUSA Officers. DU Pioneer Club Sponsors Dance with Name Band. May Days Calendar. ODK, Leadership Honorary, Taps New Members Friday. Dean of DU College of Law Suffers Fatal Heart Attack. CCH Conference Studies Condition of State Politics. Foundation Director Raps Bizad Curriculum. Chapel Recalls Rural South.
Dates: 1958 April 29

The Denver Clarion, vol. 34, issue 57, 1958 May 23

Identifier: clarion_v034i57_19580523
Abstract Leadership Confab Begins at Voelkel’s Lodge Today. Sorensen New President – Senate Calls for Special Election to Decide Cut in Activities Fee. RILW Advisory Board. Presentation of 1958 Yearbook Queen Launches K-Book Release Monday. Comic Opera, “Figaro,” Opens Monday. Proposed Constitutional Amendment. “Foothills” Distribution Today in SU, Library. Davis Resigns; Dimchevsky New Dean.
Dates: 1958 May 23

The Denver Clarion, vol. 35, issue 43, 1959 April 10

Identifier: clarion_v035i43_19590410
Abstract K-Book, Clarion Editorships Open for 1959-60 Year. “Backouts” Varieties Given This Weekend. DU Theater Production Is Chinese Play. Applications for AWS Chairmanships for 1959-60 Committees Open Monday. RILW Replaced; AUSA Elections Schedule Set Up. Leadership Conference. Two DU Students Attend IR Meet at Air Academy.
Dates: 1959 April 10

The Denver Clarion, vol. 35, issue 47, 1959 April 24

Identifier: clarion_v035i47_19590424
Abstract Petition Nominations Due Monday for AUSA Vote. Dr. William Hall Leaving DU for New Post. Final May Days Plans Announced by Group. Denver U. IR Club Hosts Visiting African Leaders. May Days to Honor Prof. Clarion, K-Book Select Today.
Dates: 1959 April 24

The Denver Clarion, vol. 35, issue 52, 1959 May 12

Identifier: clarion_v035i52_19590512
Abstract New AUSA Officers Chosen in Voting – Unofficial Charges of Illegal Voting Levelled. Chapel Service Lecture Here on Wednesday. Robert Chick to Leave DU for New Job. Knights Looking for New Men. Religious Council Elects. 10 Faculty Get Promotions Effective Sept. 1. Leadership Applications Due.
Dates: 1959 May 12

The Denver Clarion, vol. 35, issue 56, 1959 May 26

Identifier: clarion_v035i56_19590526
Abstract Leaders Discuss “Are Colleges Playgrounds”. Progress Theme Selected for 1959 DU Homecoming. New AUSA Election Rules. Bizad and Class Officers to be RE-elected May 29. Applications for AWS Big Sisters Due.
Dates: 1959 May 26

The Denver Clarion, vol. 36, issue 48, 1960 April 29

Identifier: clarion_v036i48_19600429
Abstract Final Candidates Listed – AUSA Voting to be May 3; Coeds to Elect Secretary. Summer Insurance Offered. AUSA Elections Subject to Rules by Senate. Announcements for Graduation Now at Bookstore. Theme Chosen for Homecoming. History Club to Meet. Bach, Malloy, Fortner Named May Days-IFC Finalists.
Dates: 1960 April 29

The Denver Clarion, vol. 36, issue 49, 1960 May 3

Identifier: clarion_v036i49_19600503
Abstract A.U.S.A. Elections Today – Student to Select 1960-61 DU Student Body Offers. May Days to Open May 5. Mayfair to Open Thursday Evening in DU Field House. Senior Honoraries to Tap Students at Twilight Sing. Lambda Chi Alpha Push Cart Races to be Held May 6. Gamma Phi Places First in Annual Speech Tournament. May 7, Date for May Days Prom.
Dates: 1960 May 3

The Denver Clarion, vol. 37, issue 31, 1961 February 10

Identifier: clarion_v037i31_19610210
Abstract Senate Discusses Proposed Constitutional Amendments. Mary Grimes is Dean’s Assistant. Chapel Observes Special Services. Aquamen to End ’61 Home Season. Honorary to Hold Valentine Tea for Freshman Women. “Fair Play for Cuba” Views Given to Y-Dems, Student Y. John M. Letiche to Speak Feb. 13 in Student Union. Greek Week – Feb. 27-March 4.
Dates: 1961 February 10