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Speeches, addresses, etc

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:

The Denver Clarion, vol. 35, issue 53, 1959 May 15

Identifier: clarion_v035i53_19590515
Abstract Attempt to Discount CC Vote Defeated – Senate Elects Earhart as Temporary President. Dorms Vote Dyck, Green, Brumale to Top Positions. Undergrads Participate in Annual Speech Contest. John Evans New Chairman of DU Trustees. DU Choir to Appear at Phipps Concert.
Dates: 1959 May 15

The Denver Clarion, vol. 35, issue 54, 1959 May 19

Identifier: clarion_v035i54_19590519
Abstract Senate to Decide Vote Question Tonight – Views on CCC Elections to be Aired by Students. Case Studies Highlight Leadership Confab. Intramural Speech Meet Set for Week of May 18. IFC to Hold Dinner; Workshops on Sunday. Boston U. to Give Chancellor Alter Honorary Degree. Board of Governors Applications.
Dates: 1959 May 19

The Denver Clarion, vol. 37, issue 29, 1961 February 3

Identifier: clarion_v037i29_19610203
Abstract New Cards Ease Work in Library. Student Senate Seeks Closer Tie with Athletics. Y Dems to Review Situation in Cuba. Centennial Scholars Hear Dr. Huston Smith Lecture.
Dates: 1961 February 3

The Denver Clarion, vol. 37, issue 39, 1961 March 10

Identifier: clarion_v037i39_19610310
Abstract Student Senators, Lacking Quorum, Table Amendment. “My Friend, the People’s Poet” Topic of Chancellor’s Address. Mathematics Major Chosen as Phi Beta Kappa Member. Lamont Recitals to Feature Both Students, Faculty. Library Expands Hours for Finals. Student Housing Advance Rental Fee is Subject to July 1 Payment Deadline, AAUP Chairmen, Named by Foster.
Dates: 1961 March 10

The Denver Clarion, vol. 37, issue 50, 1961 April 25

Identifier: clarion_v037i50_19610425
Abstract Clarion Awarded Second Place for Typographical Excellence. Ten Beauties to Battle for Queen’s Post. New Constitution Amendments Proposed; Majority Vote is Necessary for Adoption. BOG Forum Gave Chance to Air Ideas. Students to Hear History Professor. Senate Announces Election Changes.
Dates: 1961 April 25

The Denver Clarion, vol. 38, issue 19, 1961 November 28

Identifier: clarion_v038i19_19611128
Abstract Scientist-Priest to Talk – Pollard to Deliver Centennial Lecture. DU Debaters Show Ability at Western. Anniversary of Italian Unity Inspires Series of Lectures. National History Honorary Taps Two; Imredy, Lyendecker to Join Friday. Senators to Examine NSA Official.
Dates: 1961 November 28

The Denver Clarion, vol. 38, issue 20, 1961 December 1

Identifier: clarion_v038i20_19611201
Abstract NSA Affiliation Defeated – Wright Motion Lacks Majority. Yuletide Vespers Ends Fall Season. Nuclear Specialist and Minister to Speak at Centennial Lecture. Korbel to Deliver Address at DU’s 1961 Alumni Lecture. Seniors Note.
Dates: 1961 December 1

The Denver Clarion, vol. 38, issue 55, 1962 May 22

Identifier: clarion_v038i55_19620522
Abstract AUSA Allocations to be Determined Tonight at Senate. 82 Students Will Receive Honors Soon. Program Seeking 12 Ford Scholars. Economist Tells Voice of Youth Real Income Core of Problems. Hong Kong-Bound Hamilton to Work in “Y” Construction. Chapel Services Find Year’s End.
Dates: 1962 May 22

The Denver Clarion, vol. 68, issue 56, 1964 May 19

Identifier: clarion_v068i56_19640519
Abstract Students Can Voice Choice on Next Year’s Entertainers. Student Senate Chooses New BOPUB Members, Conference Leaders. President Miller Emphasizes “Well-Rounded Individual”. Neri, Schmidt, Kappa Sigs, Phi Sigs Capture Awards at Annual IFC Dinner. Scholarship Prize in Speech Contest. Insurance Coverage for Summer Now Available. Administration Pushing for UPC BOG Abolition. Middle East Authority to Lecture today at 10.
Dates: 1964 May 19

The Denver Clarion, vol. 72, issue 43, 1968 April 5

Identifier: clarion_v072i43_19680405
Abstract Student Senate ends 1967-68 term. Elections scheduled for Tuesday; four vie for Student Senate President. “Resistance got haircuts, shaves” – Lindsay; gives credit to youth for War de-escalation. Democratic Mock Convention to feature McVicker’s speech.
Dates: 1968 April 5