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The Kynewisbok [University of Denver]

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 100 Collections and/or Records:

Box 3, K-Book Posters, 1983

 File — Box U343.0003: Series U343.03 [Barcode: U186023295543]
Identifier: U343.03.0003

Two copies of K-Book Posters, 1983

Dates: 1983

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 4, 1954 October 15

Identifier: clarion_v031i04_19541015
Abstract The brains behind Homecoming – Jan Evans (Queen Chairman), Tom Bottone (Homecoming Chairman) and Nancy Corpening (Homecoming Secretary). Sigma Chi to brand freshman cowgirls at the annual Sigma Chi Rodeo, one of the largest Greek events of the year, held on October 16, 1954, at Observatory Park. Homecoming Queens to apply immediately to be considered for candidacy must do so by October 19, 1954. Nominees for class offices announced. Sophomore pictures due by October 30, 1954 for the K Book....
Dates: 1954 October 15

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 8, 1954 November 12

Identifier: clarion_v031i08_19541112
Abstract Harry Belafonte to Perform for coffee hour, Monday November 15, 1954 in the UPC Student Union. Student Senate meeting to be held on November 16, 1954. Nicholas Helburn, a representative of the Foreign Study and Research Fellowship Program of the Ford Foundation will be on campus, November 16, 1954. News Roundup – Send Team Off, Windy Whirl, K-Book Costs Up and Nightshirt Parade. Pioneer enrollment increases. U.S. Policy in Orient Criticized by Dr. Harold H. Fisher who lectured at the...
Dates: 1954 November 12

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 13, 1955 January 14

Identifier: clarion_v031i13_19550114
Abstract 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

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 22, 1955 April 1

Identifier: clarion_v031i22_19550401

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

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 23, 1955 April 8

Identifier: clarion_v031i23_19550408

DU Election Dates Set – nominations for office in the all-school elections will be on Friday, April 15, 1955. Patricia (Pat) Olson, was awarded a Fulbright Grant/Scholarship to continue her study of chemistry in Germany. Clarion, K-Book Editors for 1955-1956 – applications due April 11, 1955. Marquis Childs tells function as top news analyst. May Day Queen finalists chosen. Good Friday services held in Buchtel Chapel, morning of April 8, 1955.

Dates: 1955 April 8

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 25, 1955 April 22

Identifier: clarion_v031i25_19550422

Carol Savey and Richard “Rick” Brogan are named 1955-1956 Clarion, K-Book Editors. 41 candidates are nominated for school offices – 16 are ineligible. Faculty raffle marks onset of DU May Days Festivities. May Day Agenda listed. Dr. Cecil Puckett resigns as Dean of the DU Colleges of Business Administration. Deadline date slated April 29, 1955 for all-school social jobs.

Dates: 1955 April 22

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 30, 1955 May 27

Identifier: clarion_v031i30_19550527

K-Books available. Daleyne Smith was chosen as queen of the 1955 Kynewisbok, the DU annual yearbook. The Second Annual Inter-Fraternity council banquet honored DU men chosen for Who’s Who. “Chat with Chet” hour was one of the highlights of the annual, Leadership confab held at Camp Wilaha (1955). Leadership Confab had many provocative discussions and panels. CCC Editor, SU Board – applications need to be turned in May 27, 1955.

Dates: 1955 May 27

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 31, 1955 June 3

Identifier: clarion_v031i31_19550603

Carroll Galbreath appointed assistant to Chancellor Alter. Rev. William Rhodes will arrive for Methodist Confab and named as the chaplain of DU by Chancellor Alter. Richard “Rick” Brogan appoints K-Book staff. Five Citizens to receive DU’s Honorary Degrees. CCC editor elected.

Dates: 1955 June 3

The Denver Clarion, vol. 32, issue 22, 1956 January 13

Identifier: clarion_v032i22_19560113

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