Greek letter societies
Found in 295 Collections and/or Records:
Pi Kappa Alpha, a University of Denver fraternity, was installed on January 8, 1925. This collection consists of memorabilia related to the house and their campus involvement.
Robert Selig, a member of the University of Denver Board of Trustees, and Gene Steinke pose with a plaque dedicated to soldiers fallen in World War II by the Beta Omicron of Kappa Sigma.
Collection contains records from the Delta Iota chapter of the Sigma Chi fraternity at the University of Denver, including the charter application, by-laws, a member directory from 1980, advertising for their Derby Days philanthropy event, house leases from 1948-1960 and more.
This collection contains the records of the University of Denver chapter of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society. Before becoming an official chapter in 1950, Sigma Xi existed on campus as a student club for those interested in scientific research.
Series 1 includes general administration materials and extensive correspondence between Henry A. Buchtel and William G. Evans, son of Colorado Governor and University of Denver founder John Evans, and who was a long-time University Board of Trustees' Chairman. Also included in Series 1 is correspondence between Buchtel and Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft.
Collection contains the records from the Colorado Gamma chapter of Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineering society, at University of Denver from 1954 to 1975 when the College of Engineering closed (later re-opening under different name).
Collection contains the records from the Colorado chapter of Tau Kappa Alpha at the University of Denver from 1910 until at least the early 1960s. Tau Kappa Alpha was an honorary society dedicated to the promotion of forensics (public speaking).
Family night and the Montana U – DU Football game to occur at Hilltop Stadium, Friday October 8, 1954. The Pioneer Caravan goes to Wyoming on October 2, 1954 for their football game against the University of Wyoming at Laramie. The marching band to strut their stuff during the halftime show at the University of Wyoming game on October 2, 1954. Fraternity bids due October 3, 1954. Homecoming set for November 6, 1954. Senate plans class elections for 1954 – Skid Pirtle elected.
Wyoming – Denver U. Football Film Planned for Thursday October 14, 1954 Pep Rally. Candidates to be nominated by classes. DU has the big guns for the fracas to maul Montana at DU’s first home league game on October 8, 1954, also known as “Family Night”. Cheerleader tryouts on Monday October 11, 1954. Tryouts for the freshman play “Remember the Day” on October 13-14, 1954. Controversy over Fraternity Rush policies. Tax institute draws professionals.