Religion and Life Week
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Dr. Will Herberg, who is a leading theologian is the key note speaker for the Religion and Life Week on the DU Campus. Music of Four Faiths sung for a traditional Festival of Faith on Tuesday, January 18, 1955 as a highlight of Religion and Life Week. Dr. Byron L. Johnson, an associate professor of economics at DU will be the kick-off speaker for Religion and Life week on January 16, 1955. Faith Forums are an integral part of Religion and Life Week scheduled for January 19-21, 1955. Claude...
Dates: 1955 January 14
Overview Five Coeds Vie for Homecoming Queen Crown (Nancy Corpening, Audry Eklund, Sheila McConnell, Patricia Nichols and Patricia Rose). Complete Election Tabulation Results from Class Elections on October 27, 1954. Homecoming next week. Will Herberg (religious lecturer), will be the key note speaker during Religion in Life Week (November 17-21, 1954). Small voter turnout for Class Elections. Winter Carnival Chairman applications due. Student Senate held on November 2, 1954.
Dates: 1954 October 29
Overview Poll conducted – why students like the University of Denver. Contract renewed – Senate meets to clear busy schedule. All-School Homecoming show to give preview. Religion in Life Week plans set. CCC Frosh – Kangaroo Court. Dance Theme – “And the Melody Lingered on”. Homecoming “Sense and Nonsense” in the makings.
Dates: 1955 November 4
Overview Scholarships offered now - The Social Science Foundation at DU is offering numerous graduate fellowships for the study of International Relations. Committee Plans Religion in Life Week. Ray Miller Speaks at “Y” Meeting. DU Greek Delegates Attend National Meeting. DU Students Attend Conference on National and World Affairs. Heifitz to Perform with Symphony on January 10-11, 1956. Clarion Cutie No. 9 – Catherine “Cathy” Smith.
Dates: 1956 January 10
Overview Dorm Names are approved. The Great Stone Face – related to a statue on the Stadium. Dr. William McFerrin Stowe named Keynote Speaker for Religion in Life Week. Arts and Sciences College Seniors to nominate senior class officers. CCC Carousel. Nominations open for 1956 K-Book Queen. Fraternity (Pi Kappa Alpha) has trophy missin’. Representatives Propose Law – CC Campus causes liquor code revision. Fee to sing in Faculty Recital. Courses offered in dorm cooking.
Dates: 1956 January 13
Overview “Step Up to Life” – “Festival, of Faith” to Open Religion Week. Stowe’s Address, “Step Up to Life”. New Cafeteria Manager Named. AWS Sponsors Beef Barbecue. Seniors Hold Nominations for class chairman.
Dates: 1956 January 20
Overview The Deans Discuss Religion. “Ghoul’ness Gracious! – Props for Mortician Ball “Grave” Success - held by Kappa Digma Fraternity. “Career” Give to Senior Men. Collegiates Answer Poll Say “Ike Won’t Run Again”. K-Book Queen Finalists Named January 29, 1956. Casey Jones Resurrected – Nancy Pred, chairman of 1956 United Fund drive, appeared as Casey Jones at the Presidents’ Council Meeting.
Dates: 1956 January 23
Overview Pajama Parade Tonight – Students to Converge on Downtown Denver (November 21, 1956). Pre-Registration Advising Announced. Julian Hart Named Religion In Life Week Keynoter. Religion In Life Week Coordinator (Bill Paul). Library Hours. Nurses Hold Junior-Sr. Prom.
Dates: 1956 November 21
Overview Women’s Week Scheduled for February 17-25. “The Maker and the Image Makers” Named Theme of Religion in Life Week. Chapel Services Resumed. DU Students Injured in Crash. Dorms to Hold Dance. Registration Scene of Organized Confusion.
Dates: 1957 January 8
Overview RILW Speaker Named – Dr. Julian Hartt, Yale Theologian to Keynote Religion-in-Life Week. Denver University Student Senate Acts on RILW and Fund Drive. Ellen Harris to Speak at AWS Banquet. Bizad to Present Management Meet. Scholarships for Students From Hungary Discussed. Hockey Tickets. Interhall Dance. Applications for 1968 Requested. Du’s New “Pops Chorus” Elects, Maps Activities. IFC Plans Holidays. Off The Record – Dick Cline, president of the Student Union Board of Governors, is pictured...
Dates: 1957 January 11