Subject Source: Local sourcesScope Note: University of Denver student publication, 1891-1892
Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
Overview 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
Overview 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
Overview This issue has a piece about virtue, another one about the life of German students in the university, and a sonnet. It also includes articles about a donation to the athletic association, the Day of Prayer for College, and the Chilean War.
Dates: 1892 February 1
Overview This issue includes a piece about The Great Stone Face by Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Richard Cobden. It also talks about politics and patriotism, the Navy, language and civilization, and the bible reading in public schools.
Dates: 1892 February 15
Overview This issue talks about the French Revolution and church and state. It also includes pieces on bible lectures, security with electric poles, oratory contests, and co-education.
Dates: 1892 March 1
Overview This issue includes a piece about the Age of Sentiment, and the poet James Russell Lowell. It also has a grades table for the Thought and Composition contest, and it talks about the contest prize.
Dates: 1892 March 16
Overview This issue has a piece on the origin of sculpture, and the grade table for the Thought and Composition Contest, which was judged by professors of literature. It also talks about the Oracle newspaper, and the start of the baseball season.
Dates: 1892 April 1
Overview This issue includes an article about traveling to Germany, the Spring season, and the Y.M.C.A. and a bible class. It also talks about the works of the Iliff School of Theology, how Harvard's President Eliot said the west is dense, ignorant, and wrong. In addition to pieces about the construction of the new university athletic park, how some teachers use double-zeroes, and the downside of gossips.
Dates: 1892 April 15
Overview This issue has a piece on the English political leader Oliver Cromwell, how women should also have the privileges of higher education, and the resignation of an admired professor. It also talks about the addition of the Law Department, and the field of study of literary criticism.
Dates: 1892 May 2
Overview This issue talks about American literature, the end of the college year, and the Oratorical Contest. It also includes articles about a lecture from a literature professor, a prize for bible essays, and the lack of literary spirit throughout the societies.
Dates: 1892 May 16