Courses and lectures
Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 84 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Colloquium probes life process. No students in curriculum. McLuhan explores man’s culture. Nanda analyzes U. of Calcutta rioting, resulting from West Bengal dissolution. Pre-payment is necessary to validate pre-registration.
Dates: 1967 December 1
Overview Biological sciences – Scholars invited to colloquium. University sociologist tells of study on 1965 Denver flood. Academic affairs – Brian Gratton condemns emphasis on grading. Campus radio begins regular broadcasting. Oct. 17 election – Six run for frosh president.
Dates: 1967 October 10
Overview Students down referendum. Economist lectures. Volunteer Center helps people find self-direction. Concert tickets completely out. Discipline discussion Tuesday.
Dates: 1968 November 18
Overview Silent capitol vigil highlights protest. Frustration of war concern of law students. CU protest active. Sociology colloquium sees sterile students. End to Senate mockery demanded.
Dates: 1969 October 17
Overview Moratorium protestors decide against flag confrontation. YAF director, SDS secretary speak. Dominick tells march position. Cosmic babyhood topic of Buchtel lecture.
Dates: 1969 November 14
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 Poindexter is victorious. Winter Carnival Queen finalists chosen. World renowned lecturers here. Professors prepare faculty meeting. Judge Clancy hears election irregularities.
Dates: 1970 January 16
Overview “Love Story” author sees film replacing printed word. “Obligation to consumer” reason for Safeway stand on lettuce issue. Students found co-op on campus; memberships available this week.
Dates: 1971 February 8