Elected AUSA Student President (1969).
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Rosenthal elected to head Senate. Stop Hickel attempt formed. Iliff School of Theology seminars highlight annual Lecture Week. Mitchell announces new assistant. Staff sorry for omission.
Dates: 1969 January 15
Overview Career diplomats speak, foreign affairs improving. Rosenthal sees untapped potential presidential cabinet to form. Youth fare discounts abolishment sought. Vo Van Ai speaks on Viet. Offices now open. May Days take shape as fraternities bid.
Dates: 1969 February 3
Overview Staff gives students to cops, 6 busted for grass and hash. Rosenthal organizes presidential cabinet. Finalists chosen. House submits new marijuana legislation. Blacks hold History Week.
Dates: 1969 February 12
Overview Unconcern way to change, Hentoff tells Union group. “Bubbling” beginning marks May Days ’69. Campus control bill approaches enactment. Court hears Rosenthal challenge. Sue Kelley crowned. AWS officers announced. Senate race begins anew.
Dates: 1969 February 17
Overview Kitayama strike over; deputy gases picketers. “University overextended;” Rosenthal points out bias. Empty seat to be filled Thursday. Senate slates radical films. Theo Bikel to appear.
Dates: 1969 February 21
Overview Rosenthal resigns AUSA; Lancelot new President. Law school offers course. Candidates discuss goals intended for AUSA platform. “Witch” unfolds January 17. Winter Carnival packets at Union.
Dates: 1970 January 9
Overview Editorial. Clarion loses $1,000 in theft. AUSA court overrules BOG Rosenthal freed of charge. Twenty-five students honored by selection to Who’s Who. Election Coverage.
Dates: 1970 January 14
Overview Poindexter to become official AUSA President on Wednesday. Argentine students arrive here for beginning of International ’70. Dr. George Bardwell to coordinate Rosenthal’s new presidential cabinet. Additional Winter Carnival packets available now at Student Union.
Dates: 1970 January 19