University of Denver. Students for a Democratic Society
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Students Organize SDS Affiliate; Activist Role Planned for Future. Protests Organized – Student Leaders Ask Johnson to Explain Viet War. Pace Signs Protest Letter to Johnson Over Viet Policy. Panel Discussions Highlighted – Varied Activities Planned for Women’s Days. Trustees to Hear Progress Report from Chancellor Selection Group. Reporter Wanted.
SDS Moves to Abolish Student Senate at “Bitch-In”. The Death of God – Altizer’s Beliefs Buchtel Lecture Topic. Barbato Speech on LSD to Area Lions Club Causes Misquote, Excitement in Denver Press.
Regional SDS Conference Discusses Protest. Senate Committee Continues Investigation Into High Prices, Profits, at Bookstores. Pace Explains Function – Senate Role Clarified Following Charges. SDS to Submit Amendment For Consideration Tonight.
Plans for “Free University” Revealed by Student “Y”. Liberalized Regulations Formulated for Housing. Convention Planned – SDS Outlines Student Rights Bill. Bad Food Service At Halls Criticized. Senate, Board of Publications Form Committees to Recommend Revisions.
Senate Committee Revokes SDS Charter. Survey Shows Abortion Views. Extensive “Pot” Arrests Likely As Police Begin Campus Raids. Applications Open for Editorships. Thirteen AUSA Offices Unfilled, Many Senate Races Uncontested. One Hundred Students Registered for Spring Free University Courses.
Student Senate to Act on SDS For Not Regarding Regulations. Toynbee Contends – Man’s History Ended; 1945 Brings New Era. Interviews Reveal AUSA Contenders Views.
Sixteen Students Suspected of Marijuana and LSD Use. Attorney General – Clark to Deliver Commencement Address. Newcomer Wins in AUSA Election. Senate Reinstates SDS; Removes Restrictions.
Senators Reject New Elections; Question Dean on Drug Policies. K-Book, Clarion – Student Editors Chose. Thirty Students Join Frisco Mobilization. Ten AUSA Offices Vacant, Reopened. Just Happens – “Gentle Thursday” Coming April 20.
Senate Adds Ballot Proposal; Gives Students Third Choice. Final Preparations Made For In-Depth Course. SDS Speaks for Bill of Rights at Fraternity Council Meeting. Editorial – Rights Bill Affects Everyone. Pin-Up of the Month.
Chancellor Maurice Mitchell – Inauguration Set. Student Senate opens first session. New history honors program to allow “intensive specialization in chosen fields”. SDS President Kirby urges organization – not mourning. Grants offered by government. Betas prepare for rush.