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Records Management and Archives is Concordia University’s official custodian of Archives and Records and serves as the official archival repository of Records accurately representing the life of University. RMA collects all publications, including those from Concordia's two founding institutions: Loyola College and Sir George Williams University. Digitization of the following historical publications has been part of the preservation initiative since 2014. Please contact RMA for issues that do no...


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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
by Director of Admissions
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Overview of the Classics Department programmes
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Loyola College of Montreal
by Office of Planning
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Statistics on the student population of the Day Division for the academic year 1971-1972.
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Loyola College of Montreal
by Office of Planning
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Statistics on the student population of the Day Division for the academic year 1973-1974
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Loyola College of Montreal
by Office of Planning
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Statistics on the student population of the Day Division for the academic year 1969-1970.
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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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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
by Office of Planning
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Statistics on the student population of the Day Division for the academic year 1972-1973.
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Published yearly, the annual reports include activity highlights and financial statements.
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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...
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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...
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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
by Loyola Alumni Association
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The Loyola Alumnus  was the official publication of the Loyola Alumni Association and was published from 1931 to 1977.  It was replaced, along with Sir George Williams  Garnet  by the  Concordia University Magazine , Concordia’s alumni publication.
Topic: The Loyola Alumnus
Published yearly, the annual reports include activity highlights and financial statements .
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Published yearly, the annual reports include activity highlights and financial statements .
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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.
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Published yearly, the annual reports include activity highlights and financial statements .
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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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Former CFL All-Star and Loyola Warriors coach George Dixon standing beside player Dave Golding. This photo was published in the October 11, 1968 edition of the Loyola News.
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Loyola College of Montreal
by Loyola College
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The Loyola College Review was published annually and acted as the yearbook for Loyola College in Montreal. *This digital copy is courtesy of Loyola High School.
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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...
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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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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
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...
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Loyola College of Montreal
by Loyola Alumni Association
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The Loyola Alumnus  was the official publication of the Loyola Alumni Association and was published from 1931 to 1977.  It was replaced, along with Sir George Williams  Garnet  by the  Concordia University Magazine , Concordia’s alumni publication.
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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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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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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
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
Published yearly, the annual reports include activity highlights and financial statements .
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Published yearly, the annual reports include activity highlights and financial statements.
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Loyola College of Montreal
by Loyola Alumni Association
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The Loyola Alumnus was the official publication of the Loyola Alumni Association and was published from 1931 to 1977.  It was replaced, along with Sir George Williams Garnet by the Concordia University Magazine, Concordia’s alumni publication.
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Loyola College of Montreal
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The Loyola Alumnus was the official publication of the Loyola Alumni Association and was published from 1931 to 1977.  It was replaced, along with Sir George Williams Garnet by the Concordia University Magazine, Concordia’s alumni publication.
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Loyola College of Montreal
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The Loyola Alumnus was the official publication of the Loyola Alumni Association and was published from 1931 to 1977.  It was replaced, along with Sir George Williams Garnet by the Concordia University Magazine, Concordia’s alumni publication.
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Loyola College of Montreal
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The Loyola Alumnus was the official publication of the Loyola Alumni Association and was published from 1931 to 1977.  It was replaced, along with Sir George Williams Garnet by the Concordia University Magazine, Concordia’s alumni publication.
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Loyola College of Montreal
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The Loyola Alumnus was the official publication of the Loyola Alumni Association and was published from 1931 to 1977.  It was replaced, along with Sir George Williams Garnet by the Concordia University Magazine, Concordia’s alumni publication.
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Published yearly, the annual reports include activity highlights and financial statements
Topic: Annual Reports
Published yearly, the annual reports include activity highlights and financial statements
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Published yearly, the annual reports include activity highlights and financial statements.
Topic: Annual Reports
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.
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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.
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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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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 Loyola College Review was published annually and acted as the yearbook for Loyola College in Montreal. *This digital copy is courtesy of Loyola High School.
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Loyola College of Montreal
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The Loyola College Review was published annually and acted as the yearbook for Loyola College in Montreal. *This digital copy is courtesy of Loyola High School.
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Loyola College of Montreal
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The Loyola College Review was published annually and acted as the yearbook for Loyola College in Montreal. *This digital copy is courtesy of Loyola High School.
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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...
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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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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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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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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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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 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...
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The Loyola College Review was published annually and acted as the yearbook for Loyola College in Montreal. *This digital copy is courtesy of Loyola High School.
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Loyola College of Montreal
by Loyola Alumni Association
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The Loyola Alumnus was the official publication of the Loyola Alumni Association and was published from 1931 to 1977.  It was replaced, along with Sir George Williams Garnet by the Concordia University Magazine, Concordia’s alumni publication.
Topic: The Loyola Alumnus
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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Published yearly, the annual reports include activity highlights and financial statements.
Topic: Annual Reports
Loyola College of Montreal
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Published yearly, the annual reports include activity highlights and financial statements .
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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.
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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.
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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...
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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