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Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

The Denver Clarion, vol. 68, issue 2, 1963 September 24

Identifier: clarion_v068i02_19630924
Overview Symposium Tickets Free to DU Students. A Folksy Approach. KVDU Offers Free Tickets. Fall Enrollment Up to 6255 Students. Fraternities Gain 218 Men, 56% of Total Fall Rushees. Fair Booths Pioneer Week Feature.
Dates: 1963 September 24

The Denver Clarion, vol. 68, issue 23, 1964 January 14

Identifier: clarion_v068i23_19640114
Overview Second Symosium Comes to Grips with Problems Concerning Freedom. Perdew No Longer in Americus Jail. Symposium Schedule. Lamont School of Music Faculty Gains Major Authority in Department of Music Education. Turnout Excellent for First of Sunday Suppers. Pictorial History on Sale at Discount on Campus. Reception After Lectures.
Dates: 1964 January 14

The Denver Clarion, vol. 68, issue 24, 1964 January 17

Identifier: clarion_v068i24_19640117
Overview Convocation Heralds 2nd Symposium. Associate of Tito Lectures Today. Symposium Schedule. Elections for President, Rep. to Commission Jan. Senior Pictures.
Dates: 1964 January 17

The Denver Clarion, vol. 68, issue 25, 1964 January 21

Identifier: clarion_v068i25_19640121
Overview 2nd Symposium Scrutinizes “The Free Society”. Plans now in Place to get King as Speaker. Special Election Slated for Jan. 31. Senators Discuss May Days, Camp. Graduate Student Found Dead Thurs. Nancy Moore Reigns as Queen. Naval Recruiters Interview Students.
Dates: 1964 January 21

The Denver Clarion, vol. 68, issue 43, 1964 April 3

Identifier: clarion_v068i43_19640403
Overview U Thant Initiates Third Symposium with Speech Tonight. Movie Series Loses Money; Sellout Audience Necessary. Committee for Fair Apportionment Bides Its Time in Tangle of Constitutional Red Tape. Grant Requests Now Being Taken. BOG Co-sponsors “Sunday Suppers” 150 IK Delegates Congregate at DU. Clarification. MIHC-WIHC Formal. Ford Fellowship Open, Deadline April 15.
Dates: 1964 April 3

The Denver Clarion, vol. 68, issue 44, 1964 April 7

Identifier: clarion_v068i44_19640407
Overview U Thant Assures Audience of UN’s Steady Development. Senate Elections May be Postponed Because of Obvious Flaw Found in AUA Constitution. Third Centennial Symposium.
Dates: 1964 April 7

The Denver Clarion, vol. 68, issue 46, 1964 April 14

Identifier: clarion_v068i46_19640404
Overview White Cites Associations as Major Law Makers. Panel Outlines College Duties in Developing Responsibilities.
Dates: 1964 April 14

The Denver Clarion, vol. 68, issue 6, 1963 October 8

Identifier: clarion_v068i06_19631008
Overview How Long Will Non-Violence Last? “I Wish I Knew” – James Farmer. Fifty-Nine Candidates Certified to Run on Oct. 22 Election State. Administration Revises Class Schedules to Encourage Attendance at Symposia. Symposium Schedule. Leadership Conf. Plans Finalized. Attention Seniors.
Dates: 1963 October 8

The Denver Clarion, vol. 69, issue 9, 1964 October 16

Identifier: clarion_v069i09_19641016
Overview Dominick, Church Join in Political Forum. Intramural Field is Criticized as “Disgraceful”. Rock Re-Facing – Adventuresome Group Alters CU Landmark. History Meeting.
Dates: 1964 October 16

The Denver Clarion, vol. 73, issue 44, 1969 February 10

Identifier: clarion_v073i44_19690210
Overview Beer finally approved; City grants BOG license. Joan Baez to speak on draft resistance. Research Institute houses computers. Winter Carnival committees away Flake Out beginning. Commission sponsors Engineering Symposium. Nat Hentoff slated Thursday.
Dates: 1969 February 10