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Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
Overview This issue includes articles on the success of essay writing, the death of a beloved teacher, and the story of a prodigy mathematician child. It also talks about the university football team and the College of Liberal Arts.
Dates: 1897 October 22
Overview This issue includes pieces about the Beta Theta Pi Halloween party, the significance of Thanksgiving, and the preparation of The Hesperus Christmas edition. It also has a society directory, and articles about a barn roof in Durango, and the difference between big colleges and little colleges.
Dates: 1897 November 19
Overview This issue talks about the Thanksgiving holiday, The Hesperus improvements, and DU's "second" team. It also has pieces about the Alpha Iota society, the university football games, new books coming out, and Lao-Tse, the Chinese philosopher.
Dates: 1897 December 3
Overview This issue includes pieces on the new year, an editor leaving The Hesperus, and the senior class. It also talks about the Gamma Phi Beta society festivities, the senior party, and the oratorical contest.
Dates: 1898 January 17
Overview This issue talks about the oratorical state contest and the Loud Bill, a bill that would raise the price of cheap paper editions of standard authors such as Dickens and Scott. It also includes pieces on the College Annual, University baseball, and the Day of Prayer.
Dates: 1898 January 28
Overview 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
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