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Sir George Williams University
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The publication of the Georgian began in December 1936 as the official organ of the Students' Council of Sir George Williams College.   It  was at first a monthly publication and sold for five cents.   Eventually, the publication became a  twice weekly one.   The Georgian  merged with  The Loyola News  in 1980 to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
Topic: The Georgian
Sir George Williams University
by Publications Commission of Sir George Williams University
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The publication of the Georgian began in December 1936 as the official organ of the Students' Council of Sir George Williams College.   It  was at first a monthly publication and sold for five cents.   Eventually, the publication became a  twice weekly one.   The Georgian  merged with  The Loyola News  in 1980 to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
Topic: The Georgian
Sir George Williams University
by Publications Board of the Students Undergraduate Society
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The publication of the Georgian began in December 1936 as the official organ of the Students' Council of Sir George Williams College.   It  was at first a monthly publication and sold for five cents.   Eventually, the publication became a  twice weekly one.   The Georgian  merged with  The Loyola News  in 1980 to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
Topic: The Georgian
Sir George Williams University
by Publications Board of the Students' Association of Sir George Williams University
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The publication of the Georgian began in December 1936 as the official organ of the Students' Council of Sir George Williams College.   It  was at first a monthly publication and sold for five cents.  Eventually, the publication became a  twice weekly one.   The Georgian  merged with  The Loyola News  in 1980 to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
Topic: The Georgian
Sir George Williams University
by Publications Board of the Students' Association of Sir George Williams University
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The publication of the Georgian began in December 1936 as the official organ of the Students' Council of Sir George Williams College.   It  was at first a monthly publication and sold for five cents.  Eventually, the publication became a  twice weekly one.   The Georgian  merged with  The Loyola News  in 1980 to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
Topic: The Georgian
Sir George Williams University
by Publications Board of the Students' Association of Sir George Williams University
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The publication of the Georgian began in December 1936 as the official organ of the Students' Council of Sir George Williams College.   It  was at first a monthly publication and sold for five cents.  Eventually, the publication became a  twice weekly one.   The Georgian  merged with  The Loyola News  in 1980 to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
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Sir George Williams University
by Publications Board of the Students Undergraduate Society
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The publication of the Georgian began in December 1936 as the official organ of the Students' Council of Sir George Williams College.   It  was at first a monthly publication and sold for five cents.   Eventually, the publication became a  twice weekly one.   The Georgian  merged with  The Loyola News  in 1980 to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
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Sir George Williams University
by Publications Board of the Students Undergraduate Society
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The publication of the Georgian began in December 1936 as the official organ of the Students' Council of Sir George Williams College.   It  was at first a monthly publication and sold for five cents.   Eventually, the publication became a  twice weekly one.   The Georgian  merged with  The Loyola News  in 1980 to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
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Sir George Williams University
by Publications Board of the Students' Association
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The publication of the Georgian began in December 1936 as the official organ of the Students' Council of Sir George Williams College.   It  was at first a monthly publication and sold for five cents.   Eventually, the publication became a  twice weekly one.   The Georgian  merged with  The Loyola News  in 1980 to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
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Sir George Williams University
by Publications Board of the Students' Association
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The publication of the Georgian began in December 1936 as the official organ of the Students' Council of Sir George Williams College.   It  was at first a monthly publication and sold for five cents.  Eventually, the publication became a  twice weekly one.   The Georgian  merged with  The Loyola News  in 1980 to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
Topic: The Georgian
Sir George Williams University
by Communications Board of the Students' Association
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The publication of the Georgian began in December 1936 as the official organ of the Students' Council of Sir George Williams College. It was at first a monthly publication and sold for five cents. Eventually, the publication became a twice weekly one.  The Georgian  merged with  The Loyola News  in 1980 to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
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Sir George Williams University
by Communications Board of the Students' Association
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The publication of the Georgian began in December 1936 as the official organ of the Students' Council of Sir George Williams College. It was at first a monthly publication and sold for five cents. Eventually, the publication became a twice weekly one. The Georgian  merged with  The Loyola News  in 1980 to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
Topic: The Georgian
Sir George Williams University
by Publications Board of the Students' Association
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The publication of the Georgian began in December 1936 as the official organ of the Students' Council of Sir George Williams College.   It  was at first a monthly publication and sold for five cents.  Eventually, the publication became a  twice weekly one.   The Georgian  merged with  The Loyola News  in 1980 to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
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Loyola College of Montreal
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The Loyola College Calendar (first called General Prospectus), published annually, is a schedule of events planned for the upcoming academic year. It outlines governance structure, faculties and departments. It also contains program descriptions and lists of different services offered to the student population.
Topic: Loyola College Calendar
Concordia University, Montreal
by Concordia University, Department of Theatre
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The Suicide, directed by Ralph Allison and Gregory Ziskin
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Concordia University, Department of Theatre
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The Memorandum, directed by William Reznicek
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Information Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Information Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: Concordia's Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal Relations and Communications Department
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Library
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Newsletter published by the Webster Library to keep Concordia's Community informed of what is happening with the facilities and the staff working there.
Topic: Newsletters
Concordia University, Montreal
by Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery
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Programme for the exhibition "World Of Matter : Exposing Resource Ecologies" presented at the Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery.
Topic: Art Galleries Exhibitions
Loyola College of Montreal
by Loyola Public Relations Office
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The Happening was the first University Administration publication at Loyola College. It was published by the Loyola Public Relations Office from 1967 to 1974. It started as a calendar of events in 1967, then became a newsletter in 1971 with stories regarding the Loyola Community. By January 1972 it had more the appearance of a newspaper. It was also known as The Loyola Happening and the Loyola of Montreal Happening. After the merger of Sir George Williams University and Loyola College, the...
Topic: The Happening
Concordia University, Montreal
by Concordia University, Department of Theatre
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Measure for Measure, directed by Eileen Sproule
Topic: Theatre Production Programs
Concordia University, Montreal
by Concordia University, Department of Theatre
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Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet), directed by Harry Standjofski
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Sir George Williams University
by Evening Students Association of Sir George Williams University
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The Paper  was published by the Evening Students Association of Sir George Williams University from 1968 to 1973.  Around the time of the merger, the newspaper’s name was changed to  The Concordian , which was published from 1973 to 1976.
Topic: The Paper
Sir George Williams University
by Evening Students' Association of Sir George Williams University
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The Paper  was published by the Evening Students Association of Sir George Williams University from 1968 to 1973.  Around the time of the merger, the newspaper’s name was changed to  The Concordian , which was published from 1973 to 1976.
Topic: The Paper
Sir George Williams University
by Evening Students' Association of Sir George Williams University
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The Paper  was published by the Evening Students Association of Sir George Williams University from 1968 to 1973.  Around the time of the merger, the newspaper’s name was changed to  The Concordian , which was published from 1973 to 1976.
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Sir George Williams University
by Evening Students of Sir George Williams University
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The Paper  was published by the Evening Students Association of Sir George Williams University from 1968 to 1973.  Around the time of the merger, the newspaper’s name was changed to  The Concordian , which was published from 1973 to 1976.
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Sir George Williams University
by Evening Students Association of Sir George Williams University
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The Paper  was published by the Evening Students Association of Sir George Williams University from 1968 to 1973.  Around the time of the merger, the newspaper’s name was changed to  The Concordian , which was published from 1973 to 1976.
Topic: The Paper
Concordia University, Montreal
by Information Office
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Replacing the  Transcript, FYI (For Your Information) was published by the Information Office of Concordia University from 1975 to 1977. In September 1977, it was replaced by The Thursday Report.
Topic: FYI
Concordia University, Montreal
by Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams College
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Formerly known as the  Quarterly Newsletter ,  The Postgrad  magazine was published by the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams College (later University).    It was first published in 1944 and continued on until 1968 when it was replaced by the  Postgrad Newsletter.
Topic: The Postgrad
Sir George Williams University
by Information Office
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Published weekly by the Information office of Sir George Williams University from September 1969 to April 1974, the SGWU Issues & Events is a newsletter about activities taking place on campus.
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Sir George Williams University
by Information Office
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Published weekly by the Information office of Sir George Williams University from September 1969 to April 1974, the SGWU Issues & Events is a newsletter about activities taking place on campus.
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Sir George Williams University
by Information Office
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Published weekly by the Information office of Sir George Williams University from September 1969 to April 1974, the SGWU Issues & Events is a newsletter about activities taking place on campus.
Topic: Issues & Events
Sir George Williams University
by Information Office
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Published weekly by the Information office of Sir George Williams University from September 1969 to April 1974, the SGWU Issues & Events is a newsletter about activities taking place on campus.
Topic: Issues & Events
Sir George Williams University
by Information Office
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Published weekly by the Information office of Sir George Williams University from September 1969 to April 1974, the SGWU Issues & Events is a newsletter about activities taking place on campus.
Topic: Issues & Events
Sir George Williams University
by Information Office
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Published weekly by the Information office of Sir George Williams University from September 1969 to April 1974, the SGWU Issues & Events is a newsletter about activities taking place on campus.
Topic: Issues & Events
Sir George Williams University
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Published weekly by the Information office of Sir George Williams University from September 1969 to April 1974, the SGWU Issues & Events is a newsletter about activities taking place on campus.
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Sir George Williams University
by Information Office
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Published weekly by the Information office of Sir George Williams University from September 1969 to April 1974, the SGWU Issues & Events is a newsletter about activities taking place on campus.
Topic: Issues & Events
Loyola College of Montreal
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The student newspaper  Loyola News  publication began in November 1924.  The early issues consisted primarily of announcements of debating meetings, sports events and game scores on mimeographed sheets of paper, published twice a month.  In 1963, it became a weekly publication. In 1980,  The Loyola News  merged with  The Georgian  to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
Topic: Loyola News
Loyola College of Montreal
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The student newspaper  Loyola News  publication began in November 1924.  The early issues consisted primarily of announcements of debating meetings, sports events and game scores on mimeographed sheets of paper, published twice a month.  In 1963, it became a weekly publication. In 1980,  The Loyola News  merged with  The Georgian  to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
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Loyola College of Montreal
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The student newspaper  Loyola News  publication began in November 1924.  The early issues consisted primarily of announcements of debating meetings, sports events and game scores on mimeographed sheets of paper, published twice a month.  In 1963, it became a weekly publication. In 1980,  The Loyola News  merged with  The Georgian  to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
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Loyola College of Montreal
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The student newspaper  Loyola News  publication began in November 1924.  The early issues consisted primarily of announcements of debating meetings, sports events and game scores on mimeographed sheets of paper, published twice a month.  In 1963, it became a weekly publication. In 1980,  The Loyola News  merged with  The Georgian  to form a single student newspaper,  The Link .
Topic: Loyola News
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members. 
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Fine News newsletter was published bi-weekly and aimed at providing information and news on alumni, faculty and students, exhibitions, performances, and talks. 
Topics: Newsletters, Fine News
Concordia University, Montreal
by Faculty of Fine Arts
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members. 
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members. 
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members. 
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members. 
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members. 
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Arts and Science and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members. 
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
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bernardo/BlueBeard, conceived and directed by Eleanor Crowder
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Concordia University, Montreal
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Concordia Journal was the community newspaper of the University.    It was published 18 times during the academic year on a bi-weekly basis by the Internal Relations and Communications department of Concordia University.    The Journal online has become part of the Concordia University NOW, the source for the latest university news and upcoming events.
Topic: Concordia Journal
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977. It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University and the Loyola Alumni Association. The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University. It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on achievements of students,...
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977.    It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the  Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University  and the Loyola Alumni Association.    The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University.    It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on...
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977. It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University and the Loyola Alumni Association. The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University. It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on achievements of students,...
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977.   It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University and the Loyola Alumni Association.   The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University.   It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on achievements of...
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977.   It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University and the Loyola Alumni Association.   The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University.   It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on achievements of...
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977. It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the  Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University  and the Loyola Alumni Association.  The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University.  It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on achievements of...
Topic: Concordia University Magazine
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Concordian  was published by the Evening Students' Association of Concordia University from 1973 to 1976. It replaced  The paper , published by the Evening Students Association of Sir George Williams University from 1968 to 1973. The name  The Concordian  was revived in the 1980s when five individuals decided to start "an alternative student publication differing with the editorial policy and direction of The Link." (The Concordian, September 27, 1984)
Topic: The Concordian
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Concordian  was published by the Evening Students' Association of Concordia University from 1973 to 1976. It replaced  The paper , published by the Evening Students Association of Sir George Williams University from 1968 to 1973. The name  The Concordian  was revived in the 1980s when five individuals decided to start "an alternative student publication differing with the editorial policy and direction of The Link." (The Concordian, September 27, 1984)
Topic: The Concordian
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Arts and Science and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Arts and Science and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Arts and Science and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
Topic: Minutes of Meetings