Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Use for: Dorm life ; Life, Dormitory
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Senate Hears housing issues – a series of petitions and complaints concerning dorm rules were presented to the Student Senate. Dr. Will Herberg launches Religion and Life Week with Keynote talks on January 19, 1955. Grid Coach Bob Blackman – discussion on whether he would be leaving the Hilltop coaching position. Student Senate Agenda for the meeting on January 19, 1955. The Student Union Board of Governor’s Entertainment Committee is presenting folk singer Gil Houston on January 28, 1955....
Dates: 1955 January 21
Abstract KVDU, 670, Radio Station for the voice of the Pioneers. Coed Residence Issue given Girls’ inter-dorm council. Senator Riddick presented a paper explaining the purpose and financial status of the National Student Association (NSA). DU gets permission to maintain Pioneer Village for one year. Mr. Wayne Littrell, director of security and services at DU, discloses new auto regulation rules. Study rooms to be put in dorms. Dr. John Greenway, DU professor of English, to give a lecture on February 9,...
Dates: 1955 February 4
Abstract Clarion, K-Book Editors for 1955-1956, applications due April 11, 1955. Marquis Childs, columnist, to speak on Monday, April 4, 1955. Arnold Air Society Members to campaign in Washington, D.C. May Days Queen Applications due April 1, 1955, with judging occurring on April 3, 1955. Dorm assistants wanted. Fraternity Row. DU Drama Professor, Kathryn Kayser was given the McInerny Scholarship.
Dates: 1955 April 1
Abstract Coeds elect King on October 4, 1955. First student Senate meeting of the year held on October 4, 1955. Frats nominate eight for AWS “Apron King” (Bob Bryant, Ken Curtis, Jack Deeter, Orville Duffy, Sonny Moore, Mike Pappas, Paul Plath and Bob Siegelman). Men’s Dorms elect officers. Glen Buse, DU varsity football star was injured in automobile accident. “Y” slates gala events for membership quest. DU boasts new housemothers.
Dates: 1955 October 4
Abstract Class Elections begin Friday, October 28, 1955 – Class candidates begin campaigns. Paul Whittlesey of Sigma Chi presents the Beanie Queen Trophy to Carolyn Alkire of Gamma Phi Beta, at the Sigma Chi Rodeo. Delta Gamma Sorority wins Sigma Chi Rodeo. Watch for the bald iggle. Van Dijk to visit campus on October 27, 1955. Sixty-five guys to grow beards. Men’s inter-dormitory council elects new officers to serve during the 1955-1956 school year.
Dates: 1955 October 25
Abstract Chancellor to Approve – Five names selected in DU Dormitories. Busy Calendar to welcome Alumni. Covered wagon will appear. French Consul to speak at DU. Putting the Kangaroo before the Court. SDA begins new project. Float numbers for homecoming parade. CCC Freshmen pull turnabout. Mum Sale.
Dates: 1955 November 8
Abstract 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
Abstract Dorm Hours Extended – Students Assessed Two Cents for Every Minute. “Ugly Boy” to be Chosen With Contributions to United Fund. Silver Anniversary – Rocky Mountain Speech Conference Convenes. Alter Comments – Air Force ROTC Continued at DU. Two Students Commissioned Regular Army. Board of Publications are due February 10, 1956. British Consulate Head, Thomas S. Tull, to Talk at DU on February 9, 1956. February 7, 1956 is Tag Day.
Dates: 1956 February 7
Abstract Housing Policy Changed – 21-year-old Coeds eligible to move in. Outstanding Coeds Announced at Annual AWS Banquet Event – Sally Griffith Klendshoj was named “Miss University of Denver” and Dr. Dorothy Humiston was chosen as the University’s outstanding faculty woman. Two DU’ers Initiated into Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society on March 15, 1956. Norma Jean Carpenter receives the Georgia Crowell Cup from Kappa Delta.
Dates: 1956 March 2
Abstract Million Dollar Project – Student’s Eye View and Birds’ Eye View; Construction of New Dorms to Start in May. Car Registration Period for Students Ends Soon. SSF Lecturer Says US “Great Moral Force and World Power”. ’57 K-Book Queen Judges Announced. Chancellor Alter Named to New Education Post. Faculty Members Appear in Show.
Dates: 1957 January 18