University of Denver Brochure
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THE UNIVERSITY OF DENVER Places to See and Things to Do in the Campus Area There are a number of exciting things happening on the Campus today, and several places to see (even though many activities are in recess for the inter-term holiday). While you are in this area try any or all of the following possibilities: *Visit the Math Lab in the Mary Reed Building (use South Entrance) and participate in Dr. Ruth Hoffman's fascinating demonstration of math techniques with computers and other devices. Demonstrations begin every hour on the hour from 1:00 to 5s00 p.m. and can accomodate 40 people at a time. *Spend some time on the Campus Circle where an Arts and Crafts Fair is in progress. The South Pearl Street Merchants, and several others, are demonstrating crafts and selling craft wares here today for your pleasure. *Stroll through the Campus to the west to enjoy the Harper Humanities Garden and the Evans Memorial Chapel. You may want to extend your walk to include acquaintance with some of the other buildings - old and new - and their varied architectural styles. Your Campus Map (next page) will identify them for you. ■""Follow the self-guided tree tour of the Campus (page 18 in your Tour Book) to see the interesting trees to be found here. *Walk a block east of the main Campus to visit the Center for Judiac Studies at 2258 South Josephine Street where the Jewish Historical Society has a display of precious documents, pictures, and mementos on display. *Visit the Human Performance Lab in the Field House at Gaylord and Asbury for a demonstration of some of Dr. Marvin Clein's unique techniques for improving the physical performance of champion athletes - and ordinary folk, too. You may want to walk to the Lab by way of the Campus Mall, north of Evans Avenue, or ride the bus. Demonstrations begin every hour on the half-hour. ^Explore the new Shwayder Art Building on Asbury, west of the Field House, where a lovely collection of contemporary Japanese prints is on display. One of the finest facilities of its kind, this building is the most recent addition to the Campus. *If hunger assails you, the Star Market Deli is just across the Evans Avenue-Univeristy Boulevard intersection from the northeast corner of the Campus. And hot dogs are available at the University Park Methodist Church courtyard, across University Boulevard from the Campus Circle. Enjoy your visit while you become acquainted with some of the University's facilities, programs, and traditions.
|Call Number||C917.8883 U58|
|Title||University of Denver Brochure|
|Creator(s)||League of Women Voters of Denver|
|Summary||Brochure highlighting features of the University of Denver in 1979 (no photos)|
|Physical Description||4 p.|
Universities and colleges--Colorado--Denver--History.
|Subject (name)||University of Denver.|
|Subject (geographic)||University Park (Denver, Colo. : Neighborhood)|
|Rights||Contact Western History/Genealogy Dept. Denver Public Library, Denver, Colorado.|
|Reproduction Available for Purchase||Yes|
|Publisher||League of Women Voters of Denver|
|Place of Publication||Denver, Colo.|
|Digital Origin||reformatted digital|