Subject Source: Local sourcesScope Note: University of Denver student publication, 1891-1892
Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The University of Denver school newspaper has gone through several variations ending in the Clarion which is still published weekly. This collection contains some of the history of the paper and examples of the various forms it has taken.
Abstract The Hesperus is the University of Denver's second known student publication. It is known to have published at least twelve volumes, and was published from 1886 to 1898. This series consists of digital representations of the print issues held by Special Collections and Archives at the University of Denver.
Abstract This issue has pieces on being back to school and how the success of the university depends on the students, and articles on university sports such as football and baseball. It also talks about art and scientific inventions.
Dates: 1886 June 1
Abstract This issue tackles the subject of how the campus will be, as well as the government, the nation, and the death of one the editors. It also has a piece on beggars, freedom of speech, and labor.
Dates: 1888 February 24
Abstract This issue starts with a Baccalaureate Sermon by David H. Moore, the Chancellor, followed by philosophical pieces about unsatisfactory lives and how it was an epoch of discovery. It also includes a text in Latin, information about the Chamberlin Observatory, and a piece on choosing a profession.
Dates: 1889 June 1
Abstract This issue has information about the Y.M.C.A. convention, a piece on English being the universal language, and the values of literary societies. It also talks about how the success of men depends on the time spent in the university, and the organization in college classes.
Dates: 1891 September 15
Abstract This issue has a piece on Lord Bacon, the Philosopher, and they talk about cultivating your own literary style. It also has a piece on the plans of the establishment of a Presbyterian College in Denver, how University of Denver is a secured university already, and a little about fraternities and societies.
Dates: 1891 October 1
Abstract This issue talks about the development of society and the government, the story of Dick Darling, and the studies of physical culture. It also has pieces on Denver public libraries and the University library.
Dates: 1891 October 15
Abstract This issue has pieces on education in America, philosophy of life, and about how the Agricultural College is not a school of collegiate rank. It also talks about how successful DU alumni are, and how it needs a department of oratory.
Dates: 1891 November 1
Abstract This issue talks about Greek, Roman, and Persian history, the oratorical contest, and the revolt in the Brazilian Republic. It also mentions the plans of opening the college book store, an award prize for English composition, and the need of more college sports in the university.
Dates: 1891 November 15