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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

The Denver Clarion, vol. 34, issue 55, 1958 May 16

Identifier: clarion_v034i55_19580516
Overview University Salutes San Marcos. Union Addition – Furnished Meeting Room Donated by Senior Class. New Student Senate Assumes Legislative Duties. Bizad Conducts Religious Service. Final Clarion May 28. Studio Theatre Offers “Off-Beat” Fare.
Dates: 1958 May 16

The Denver Clarion, vol. 34, issue 57, 1958 May 23

Identifier: clarion_v034i57_19580523
Overview Leadership Confab Begins at Voelkel’s Lodge Today. Sorensen New President – Senate Calls for Special Election to Decide Cut in Activities Fee. RILW Advisory Board. Presentation of 1958 Yearbook Queen Launches K-Book Release Monday. Comic Opera, “Figaro,” Opens Monday. Proposed Constitutional Amendment. “Foothills” Distribution Today in SU, Library. Davis Resigns; Dimchevsky New Dean.
Dates: 1958 May 23

The Denver Clarion, vol. 35, issue 18, 1958 November 18

Identifier: clarion_v035i18_19581118
Overview Julius Caesar Satire Pleases Large Audience. Lambda Chi Overall Winner in Homecoming Competition. Dedication of Residence Halls Set for Sunday. Homecoming Activities Don’t All go Exactly as Original Plans Called for. Senate to Hear UFD Problems. Summer Tour Meeting.
Dates: 1958 November 18

The Denver Clarion, vol. 35, issue 27, 1959 January 30

Identifier: clarion_v035i27_19590130
Overview DPA Play, Rip Van Winkle, Highlighted by Dwarf Scene. Dr. E. LeFever, Foreign Analyst, to Talk Monday. Students May Sign Up for Faculty Firesides. Tryouts for Play Major Barbara Today, Saturday. Senate Passes New Method of Officer Elections. Schultz to Pick K-Book Royalty. Successful Rush to Close. Concert Choir.
Dates: 1959 January 30

The Denver Clarion, vol. 37, issue 10, 1960 October 25

Identifier: clarion_v037i10_19601025
Overview Student Senate’s Unanimous Vote Ends Who’s Who. Dr. McCoy Opens Religion Confab at Monday’s Session. Jan Rinker is Named 1960 Beanie Queen. Dr. McCoy to Speak Wed. In Services. Dr. Breck Speaks of European Tour Tomorrow Night. Group to Study Religious Plays. Service Delegate Interviews Here. American Institute for Foreign Trade to Hold Interviews at CCC Tomorrow. Social Work Grad Students Receive Grant for Training. Open Applications for Fellowships.
Dates: 1960 October 25

The Denver Clarion, vol. 74, issue 42, 1970 February 6

Identifier: clarion_v074i42_19700206
Overview Preliminary hearing dates set for arrested students. Poindexter stresses form meeting during Student Senate conference Wednesday. California’s Congressman Del Clawson featured at Colorado Young Americans for Freedom meeting. Folklore Center presents Seeger. Slavery and racial discrimination in Africa topic chosen by lecturer.
Dates: 1970 February 6

The Denver Clarion, vol. 74, issue 9, 1969 October 13

Identifier: clarion_v074i09_19691013
Overview Classes to continue despite Moratorium. Blackburn discusses student society. Senate topics discussed. Reserve tickets available.
Dates: 1969 October 13

The Denver Clarion, vol. 75, issue 36, 1971 January 20

Identifier: clarion_v075i36_19710120
Overview Lancelot and Hirsh take top Student Senate posts. Black colleges make strides in education. “Second Season” will feature “Days of Isaac”. Bain sees need for private education.
Dates: 1971 January 20

The Denver Clarion, vol. 76, issue 39, 1972 January 10

Identifier: clarion_v076i39_19720110
Overview Dogs threaten Kauffman, Union. Senate endorses Globe in exchange for $Z2000. Second Season presents “Ubi Roi”. Tuition complaint filed.
Dates: 1972 January 10

The Denver Clarion, vol. 76, issue 51, 1972 February 7

Identifier: clarion_v076i51_19720207
Overview Senate to solicit funds or Multi-Media project. Towers actors stage satire on liberals. Second Season presents “The Caretaker”. Orange course request cards ready Wed.
Dates: 1972 February 7