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University of Denver. All Undergraduate Student Association (AUSA)

 Organization

The All Undergraduate Student Association (AUSA) was a student group at the University of Denver whose primary function appears to have been that of student government (Student Senate). The All Undergraduate Student Association (AUSA) was comprised of every undergraduate student at the University of Denver. The AUSA Student Senate was comprised of representatives elected in the spring quarter. Their responsibility was to act as a voice for the undergraduate student body through the legislative process, communicate with administration, and understand issues facing the undergraduate population.

On April 25, 1968, there was a march and sit in of the registrar’s office to protest graduate students not being allowed on AUSA (All Undergraduate Student Association) ballot.

Citation

Jerome Ryden, “No grad students allowed in spring AUSA elections,” The University of Denver Clarion, vol. 72, no. 44, April 9, 1968, 1; “Mitchell gives sit-in plan of action,” The University of Denver Clarion, vol. 72, no. 50, April 30, 1968, 1, 8; “40 sit-in demonstrators arrested after Chancellor’s call for police,” The University of Denver Clarion, vol. 72, no. 51, May 3, 1968, 1, 5-6; “Chancellor explains dismissal of students; reaffirms intention to maintain law, order,” The University of Denver Clarion, vol. 72, no. 51, May 3, 1968, 1, 6. Additional reporting on this story can be found in The University of Denver Clarion volume 72, May 7, 10, 14, 17, 22, 28, 1968, and The University of Denver Clarion volume 73, September 30, 1968, and February 5, 1969.

Found in 75 Collections and/or Records:

All Undergraduate Student Association (AUSA) Records

 Collection
Identifier: U307
Overview

The All Undergraduate Student Association (AUSA) was a student group at the University of Denver whose primary function appears to have been that of Student Senate. These records include meeting agendas and minutes for the student senate as well as records of various senate court cases, information regarding organizatioin activities, financial records, bylaws, and student publications.

Dates: 1964 - 2009

The Denver Clarion, vol. 100, 1992 September 24

 Item
Identifier: clarion_v100_19920924
Overview Justices and resignation subject of Senate meeting. Attention seniors and graduate students. Sign-up now and make your voice heard Nov. 3.
Dates: 1992 September 24

The Denver Clarion, vol. 101, 1994 February 3

 Item
Identifier: clarion_v101_19940203
Overview Satanic cult supervisor to speak out on campus. Senate allocates $14,000 in attempt to bring Samples to DU.
Dates: 1994 February 3

The Denver Clarion, vol. 101, 1994 April 28

 Item
Identifier: clarion_v101_19940428
Overview Senate changes finance constitution again. Campus celebrates week-long Earth Fest.
Dates: 1994 April 28

The Denver Clarion, vol. 102, 1995 February 9

 Item
Identifier: clarion_v102_19950209
Overview Senators elected. CORE classes may become smaller. Reuse, reduce, recycle.
Dates: 1995 February 9

The Denver Clarion, vol. 102, 1995 May 18

 Item
Identifier: clarion_v102_19950518
Overview University prepared to graduate over 1,000 students. DU welcomes Culture Fest. Senate allocates $250,000. Last issue of Clarion for school year.
Dates: 1995 May 18

The Denver Clarion, vol. 103, 1995 November 9

 Item
Identifier: clarion_v103_19951109
Overview It’s time to ski! Senate charged for change, growth. Princeton review of colleges misrepresents DU.
Dates: 1995 November 9

The Denver Clarion, vol. 103, 1996 May 9

 Item
Identifier: clarion_v103_19960509
Overview Student eludes assailant. Who got what in Senate funding of student groups. AUSA creates task force. Twenty-four hours of see-sawing madness.
Dates: 1996 May 9

The Denver Clarion, vol. 104, 1997 February 13

 Item
Identifier: clarion_v104_19970213
Overview Legality of local head shop questioned. AUSA Senator Cary resigns. The bank is open. Chancellor considers student opinions at Round Table talks.
Dates: 1997 February 13

The Denver Clarion, vol. 104, 1997 May 15

 Item
Identifier: clarion_v104_19970515
Overview Implosion – The birth and death of an era. Options sought after allocation appeals.
Dates: 1997 May 15