Subject Source: Local sourcesScope Note: University of Denver student publication, 1891-1892
Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
Overview 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
Overview 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
Overview 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
Overview 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
Overview This issue has pieces on "Why great men are not chosen to be presidents", how some only few youths consider getting a college education, and about the Y.M.C.A. and bible studies. It also talks about college castes, how the athletic spirit returned to Denver, and the need of a Glee Club in the university.
Dates: 1891 December 1
Overview This issue has information about the opening of the Iliff School of Theology, the new University Hall, the Chancellor William Fraser McDowell, and a piece about the author Nathaniel Hawthorne. It also talks about Christmas time, fraternity life, and a piece about the "Elite Directory of Denver", a list of the elite people that lived in Denver.
Dates: 1891 December 18
Overview This issue has a piece on the life of German students, the New Year celebration, and a new fraternity chapter. It also talks about the failure of the College of Liberal Arts to open the new term in the new building.
Dates: 1892 January 2
Overview This issue has articles on Charles Sumner, a Baseball game challenge, and the oratory contest. It also talks about the Phi Alpha society celebration, the Glee Club, additions made to the faculty, and a warning about suicide.
Dates: 1893 February 24