University of Denver. United Fund Drive
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Overview All-School nominations set for coffee hour on April 15, 1955. Inside the Clarion – five men and a coed have applied for the editorship of the 1955-1956 Clarion; during coffee hour on April 15, 1955 the candidates for the all school elections will be nominated; changes in fraternity philosophy and purpose; reference to the opening speech made by J. Robert Oppenheimer. The fourth DPA play of the season “The Crucible” will run at the Little Theater on for two weeks beginning April 21, 1955. DU...
Dates: 1955 April 15
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 Ken Furman (Arts and Sciences), Jack Deter (Bizad), and Harold Sparks (Engineering) were elected presidents of their respective colleges in the all school elections; vote is smallest in years. Norma Jean Carpenter is the new Arts and Sciences secretary. United Fund Drive closes 1955 campaign with $1,264 total. Students apply for place on new Publications Board. 1955 Leadership conference at Pinecrest.
Dates: 1955 May 13
Overview Zellerbach Next Speaker; Industry’s Stake in World Affairs Evaluated in Talk. J.D. Zellerbach president of the multi-million dollar Crown-Zellerbach corporation, will give a lecture at the DU Social Science Foundation series on January 30, 1956. Ethnology of North America – Students to Enroll in Course via Television. Ugly Man Contest is Feature of Student United Fund Drive, to be held on February 8, 1956. Dr. W.M. Stowe - “We Live in a Disturbed World,” States Religious Keynoter in Talk. DUers...
Dates: 1956 January 27
Overview Dorm Hours Extended – Students Assessed Two Cents for Every Minute. “Ugly Boy” to be Chosen With Contributions to United Fund. Silver Anniversary – Rocky Mountain Speech Conference Convenes. Alter Comments – Air Force ROTC Continued at DU. Two Students Commissioned Regular Army. Board of Publications are due February 10, 1956. British Consulate Head, Thomas S. Tull, to Talk at DU on February 9, 1956. February 7, 1956 is Tag Day.
Dates: 1956 February 7
Overview Chet Baker to Play at DU – Famous Jazz Trumpet Player; Quintet Will Present Jam Session. DU Will Present Annual Christmas Vesper Service. DU Professor Granville Johnson Dies Suddenly While in Maryland. United Fund Drive Theme Contest Deadline Extended. Hockey Tickets.
Dates: 1956 November 27
Overview United Fund Drive Plans for Kick-Off. Brazilian Folk Singer. Inter-hall Dance Has Varied Entertainment. Bizad College Publishes New Magazine. Record Dance Held Sunday. KVDU Roving Reporter Series Tuesday. Student Senate.
Dates: 1957 January 15
Overview UFD Solicitations Begin Next Week. Chancellor Alter Issues Official Women’s Week Proclamation. Vive La Women! – Chancellor Alter pictured issuing the official proclamation. Senate Group Considers CC IK (Intercollegiate Knoghts) Violations. Rocky Mountain Speech Confab to Open Thursday. Hockey Tickets.
Dates: 1957 February 5
Overview Sally Walker Named Miss DU; Marjorie Cutler Receives Faculty Award; Roberta Rabinoff Outstanding Junior. Thirty-two Students Tapped for National “Who’s Who”. United Fund Drive Extends Campaign to Make up Deficit.
Dates: 1927 February 25
Overview Greeks Hold Annual Fete – Hilltoppers Feature of Friday Dance Night. Denver’s Business School to Host National Consumer Credit Conference This Month. Senators, Officers Back United Fund Make-Up Drive. It’s the Law – Consolidation of the Westminster Law School and DU’s School of Law.
Dates: 1957 March 5