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Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 28, 1955 May 13

Identifier: clarion_v031i28_19550513

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

The Denver Clarion, vol. 32, issue 28, 1956 February 3

Identifier: clarion_v032i28_19560203

DU Protests Liquor Code – “Detrimental” States Alter. Pulchritude Personified – finalists named for title of 1956 Kynewisbok Queen. Grad Students Interviewed by Companies. 45 Members of the Choir Leaves on Colorado Tour (February 3, 1956). Ugliest Man Elected on February 8, 1956. Hockey Coach Neil Celley Resigns. Publications Board announces two vacancies.

Dates: 1956 February 3

The Denver Clarion, vol. 37, issue 4, 1960 October 4

Identifier: clarion_v037i04_19601004

Caravan Planned to DU-Wyoming Game Saturday. Denver Chapter Spurs Admitted to National Club. Freshman Campers Return from Estes Park Activities After Weekend of Work, Fun. Delta Phi Epsilon Pledge Nine Gals During Rush. Security Officers Enforce Parking Zones on Campi. Need Students on Publication Board.

Dates: 1960 October 4

The Denver Clarion, vol. 37, issue 42, 1961 April 7

Identifier: clarion_v037i42_19610407

Pioneer IK’s Promote New Group Goals. Senate to Probe Facts Concerning Nursing Program. Noted Metallurgist, McLachlan to Join DRI Staff, Says Alter. All School Offices Are Now Open for Student Petitions. Positions on Publications Board Open. Enberg, Lewis Challenge Eastern Team.

Dates: 1961 April 7

The Denver Clarion, vol. 37, issue 46, 1961 April 11

Identifier: clarion_v037i46_19610411

Powell Stresses Necessity of “Great Library” to School. ID Photographs are now Ready on Each Campus. Dr. Davis Goes North to Alaska for Position in New University. Hall Changes “Civil Defense” to Columbine. Editors Needed. Publications Board Opens Positions. Smith to Present “Othello” Readings. 1961 Kynewisbok Due About June 1.

Dates: 1961 April 11

The Denver Clarion, vol. 38, issue 40, 1962 April 3

Identifier: clarion_v038i40_19620403

Frosh Camp Organized. High School Tour Slated by Freshmen. Clarion Poll – Final Tests “Qualified Success,” Need Evaluation, Improvement. Students See Atlanta Crisis. BoPub to Select Publication Heads.

Dates: 1962 April 3

The Denver Clarion, vol. 38, issue 41, 1962 April 6

Identifier: clarion_v038i41_19620406

Rojas Announces Castro Weekend. Student Dean Selected. Rinker Meets “Male Animal”. BoPub Says Applications Due April 13. May to Take Wright Place. Ambassador B. Nehru to Address SSF.

Dates: 1962 April 6

The Denver Clarion, vol. 38, issue 51, 1962 May 11

Identifier: clarion_v038i51_19620511

All Students Vote Today – Campaigning Ends with Few Battles. Sorority Taps Frosh Coeds With Grades. Harold C. Petrowitz to Replace Promoted Law Professor Linn. In Closed Senate Session – BoPub Applications Reopened. AWS Sponsors Crystal Viewing. School Given Famed Bible.

Dates: 1962 May 11

The Denver Clarion, vol. 68, issue 56, 1964 May 19

Identifier: clarion_v068i56_19640519

Students Can Voice Choice on Next Year’s Entertainers. Student Senate Chooses New BOPUB Members, Conference Leaders. President Miller Emphasizes “Well-Rounded Individual”. Neri, Schmidt, Kappa Sigs, Phi Sigs Capture Awards at Annual IFC Dinner. Scholarship Prize in Speech Contest. Insurance Coverage for Summer Now Available. Administration Pushing for UPC BOG Abolition. Middle East Authority to Lecture today at 10.

Dates: 1964 May 19

The Denver Clarion, vol. 69, issue 42, 1965 April 9

Identifier: clarion_v069i42_19650409

Petition Circulating; Elections Loom Closer. Little Contact Lens, Where Are You? Hoidahl’s Survey: Class Government Exhibits Potential. Serling Points to Union Progress. Student Senate – Try at BoPub Control Fails. Editorships. Camp Counselors.

Dates: 1965 April 9

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