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Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Merry Christmas – “God Bless Us Everyone” – Related to comic on front page. Carols, Candlelight, and the Choir – Choir members are shown preparing for the annual Christmas Vesper Services. Deck the Halls! – Christmas decorations adorn the halls of the Student Union. Both Campuses to Hold Parties. New Traffic Boot. Security Department Clamps Down.
Dates: 1955 December 2
Overview DU Protests Liquor Code – “Detrimental” States Alter. Pulchritude Personified – finalists named for title of 1956 Kynewisbok Queen. Grad Students Interviewed by Companies. 45 Members of the Choir Leaves on Colorado Tour (February 3, 1956). Ugliest Man Elected on February 8, 1956. Hockey Coach Neil Celley Resigns. Publications Board announces two vacancies.
Dates: 1956 February 3
Overview DU Engineers Crown Queen on February 18, 1956 (Finalists are Lynn Allred, Mary Ann Thulin and Janice Willimont). Ohio Oil Company Gives Unrestricted Donation. Pan American Club of Denver Sponsors Mexican Cellist (Guillermo Helguera) on February 14, 1956. Choir Presents Final Concert of Winter Tour on February 12, 1956, in Union. Greek Show Auditions. Graduates Conduct Speech Conference. Greek Holidays Committee Plans.
Dates: 1956 February 10
Overview Sandra Theis and Evelyn Moore were unanimously elected as editors of The Denver Clarion and Kyneswisbok, respectively. AUSA and Class Constitutions Okayed in Student Vote. Nominations due April 24, 1956 for All-School, Class Officers. DU Choir to Sing for Methodist Conference. Student Y to Attend Confab. And a Young Man’s Fancy - Pictured are the five lovelies who are vying for the title of May Day Queen.
Dates: 1956 April 24
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
Overview Student Union Opened on CCC – Modernistic Improvement Is Welcomed By Students. DU Goes Automatic – Image showing one of the new vending machines on the CCC Campus. Panhel Council Moves to Open Fall Term Sorority Rush Period. Chancellor Alter Holds Dinner. Court House Square Project Takes Building. Choir Auditions. Caravan Leaves for Wyoming. Vehicle Registration. Kangaroo Court Coffee Hour on CCC and UPC September 28, 1956. New Student Union can hold 269 more people. Beginning This Week – a...
Dates: 1956 September 28
Overview DU Icers League Leaders; Turn-Away Crowds Watch Pioneers Compile 11-2 Tally. University Senior Eugene Hickman Victim of Illness. University Choir Visits Six States In Annual Tour. Fall Quarter Academic Averages Drop. Coed Slave Sale to Open Women’s Week Celebration.
Dates: 1958 January 7
Overview Controversial Lecturer, Dr. Mortimer J. Adler, Educator Visits DU as Foundation Speaker. No Official Plans – Willson Discounts Tuition Hike as “Totally Unfounded” Rumor. Faculty Firesides Open Discussion of RILW Theme. Group Competition Deleted from Annual AWS Revue. University Choir Leaves on Tour. Confused? – Try Being Double Twins. Panhel Council Outlines Regulations Governing Informal Sorority Rush.
Dates: 1958 January 14
Overview Legislative Seminar – Governor, State Leaders Take Roles in CCH Panhel. Choir Back from Western Tour; Home Concert Presented Sunday. Funeral Services Today for Mrs. Mary Moore. Sponsor Corps Applicants Honored at Annual Selection Dance Saturday. Snow “Blessing in Disguise” for Truant DU Students. Victory Bell Returns to Union Niche; Communication Mixup Caused Loss. Automation Overhaul – CCC Governors Consider Union Change Proposals.
Dates: 1958 January 24
Overview Dr. Alfred C. Nelson, Community College Dean, Named State UN Week Chair. Committee Plans – Automobile to be Given Away at Annual Homecoming Event. William Stickler Wins Fellowship for Research in Germany. Caravan Reservations. Homecoming Queen Nominations Set. New Members Chosen to University Choir. From 14 Nations – Foreign Educators Enroll for Special Study at DU. Students Apply for Fulbright Plan by October Date.
Dates: 1957 September 27