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Index to Volume 1 Numbers 1-17

Statement of Policy re Fortnightly, November 9, 1970

Central registry, November 9, 1970

Enrollment at November 1, November 9, 1970

Part-time enrollment, November 23, 1970

Plagiarism report, November 23, 1970

‘Student’ defined November 23, 1970

Policy on student wishing to study abroad, December 7, 1970

Research Guidelines adopted, December 7, 1970

Snowmobiles banned, December 21, 1970

Honors year policy, December 21, 1970

Policy on Appeals, December 21, 1970

New grading system, December 21, 1970

Grading and examinations, January 11, 1971

Session appointments, January 11,, 1971

Graduate studies (policy), January 25, 1971

Enrollment figures on January 21, January 25, 1971

Withdrawal policy, January 25, 1971

Room-booking procedure, January 25, 1971

B.Sc. Regulations, January 25, 1971

Admission requirements altered, February 8, 1971

Social theory program adopted, February 8, 1971

Half-course guideline, February 8, 1971

Part-time studies remuneration, February 22, 71

Summer School financing, February 22, 1971

Enrollment at March 1, March 8, 1971

Probation policy, March 8, 1971

Rebate policy, March 8, 1971

Mid-year tests, March 22, 1971

Social theory 200 March 22, 1971

Guidelines (awards, scholarships- part-time) March 22, 1971

Library loan extended inter-provincially, March 22, 1971

Faculty liaison (secondary school), March 22, 1971

Library acquisitions policy, April 5, 1971

Enrollment projections, April 5, 1971

Course changes, April 5, 1971

Course limitations, April 19, 1971

Minister comments (on future university policy) April 19, 1971

Operating grants, May 3, 1971

Computer service, May 3, 1971

Teaching report, May 3, 1971

Educational technology, May 17, 1971

Computer network, May 17, 1971

Library coordination, May 17, 1971

Pre-enrolment report, May 31, 1971

Research grants report, May 31, 1971

German honors program, May 31, 1971

Research grants, June 14, 1971

Library services committee report, June 28, 1971

Graduate studies, June 28, 1971

Index to Volume 2 Numbers 1-24

Board chairman elected July 19, 1971 

Computer charges August 16, 1971

Supplement to calendar September 3, 1971

Library re-organization September 13, 1971

Policy on plagiarism September 20, 1971

Student aid $1,071.344 October 4, 1971

Full-time, part-time enrollment October 18, 1971

President Symons resigns November 8, 1971

Selection of a new president November 8, 1971

Where will Trent be in 1976? November 8, 1971

Interlibrary loan experiment November 22, 1971

Changes in unemployment insurance December 7, 1971

Decanal appointment December 20, 1971

1971 actual enrollment December 20, 1971

New department of native studies December 20, 1971

Budget review January 10, 1971

Trent involved in Warkworth program February 7, 1972

Report on budget reviewing priorities February 21, 1972

Reaction to COPSE report March 7, 1972

Non-returning student survey April 10, 1972

Nind to be president of Trent April 24, 1972

Teacher education April 24, 1972

COU response to COPSE May 8, 1972

Alumnus joins board May 23, 1972

Name college V master June 5, 1972

Fees increase June 5, 1972

Senate tribute to retiring chairman June 5, 1972

Index to Volume 3 Numbers 1-30

Symons heads commission on Canadian studies, July 17, 1972

Calendar supplement September 5, 1972

New parking policies September 11, 1972

Admission study September 11, 1972

Champlain lectures September 25, 1972

Financial statement of Trent University October 20, 1972

Motions to change Senate composition introduced October 23, 1972

Full-time enrollment at 1,935 October 23, 1972

Summer enrollment up October 23, 1972

Rock art grant October 23, 1972

Text of motions on membership of Senate October 24, 1972

Trent’s enrollment increase tops at 10.4% November 6, 1972

Trent presents brief to CUA November 20, 1972

Fiscal policies to cut expenditures November 20, 1972

Senate debates student motions on membership November 20, 1972

Standing committees of university listed November 27, 1972

President outlines measures to cut deficit December 1, 1972

First woman governor December 4, 1972

Otonabee college named December 18, 1972

ADC clarifies its role December 18, 1972

Alumni book fund established December 18, 1972

LEC principal re appointed December 18, 1972

Archaeological centre to be opened January 8, 1973

President proposes new directions, cutbacks January 19, 1973

Compromise tabled. student motions lost January 22, 1973

Gazebo discontinued January 22, 1973

Formula financing February 1, 1973

Merits of grading debated at ADC meeting February 5, 1973

$12,000 grant aids study of native art February 5, 1973

Senate statements on position of university February 19, 1973

Deficit forecast in draft budget February 19, 1973

Senate membership increased February 19, 1973

Revision to committee system sought February 19, 1973

Development of wildlife sanctuary well begun February 19, 1973

Aid for blind March 5, 1973

Special review committee report March 5, 1973

Anonymous $25,000 gift to university March 5, 1973

New TSU slate March 19, 1973

Distinguished visitors in 1973-74 March 9, 1973

Only 5% of Trent students on adequate diet April 3, 1973

Humorist at Trent April 3, 1973

Blishen resigns April 3, 1973

Deficit shrinks April 3, 1973

Report on committees tabled April 3, 1973

Credit course exchange with SSFC April 3, 1973

French immersion course April 3, 1973

Bookstore acts to cut losses April 3, 1973

B+ grade returns April 3, 1973

$440,000 net grant increase from province April 16, 1973

Ontario student awards fund increased April 16, 1973

Cabinet officers listed April 16, 1973

Gallop report on promotion, rank and tenure April 16, 1973

College heads back on Senate April 16, 1973

Thrust of SRC report given approval by senate April 30, 1973

Alumnus elected to board April 30, 1973

Pay increases April 30, 1973

Break even budget proposed April 30, 1973

Athletes honored at awards night April 30, 1973

Chancellor dies May 14, 1973

Dip in enrollment for ‘73 summer session May 14, 1973

ADC approves new courses in sciences May 14, 1973

$15,750 grant for dig in Nova Scotia May 14, 1973

Teacher education at Trent by fall? May 28, 1973

Senate shelves report on committees May 28, 1973

Tribute to late chancellor May 28, 1973

Associate dean named May 28, 1973

Library appointments, new post May 28, 1973

Enrollment picture not clear May 28, 1973

Dining hall savings May 28, 1973

Blackburn, Kidd become first professors emeriti June 11, 1973

COU entrance scholarship policy adopted June 11, 1973

466 receive degrees June 11, 1973

Citations for recipients of honorary degrees June 11, 1973

Cooperative library system June 25, 1973

Index to Volume 4

Graduate dean appointed July 16, 1973

Summer enrollment near target July 16, 1973

Grant to produce native radio documentaries July 16, 1973

Kawarthas subject of non-credit courses July 16, 1973

Electronic security system for Bata Library August 13, 1973

250 join Otonabee August 13, 1973

Immigration act alters student status August 13, 1973

Faculty member dies August 13, 1973

Supplement to the calendar September 7, 1973

Enrollment picture shows improvement September 10, 1973

Engineer’s office saves $120,000 during past year September 10, 1973

Neville takes PC post September 24, 1973

Lecture series on China to open college September 24, 1973

Committees open October 9, 1973

Bubble to collapse in two more years? October 9, 1973

Teacher program October 9, 1973

Bookstore to move October 9, 1973

Enrollment report October 22, 1973

Senior students plan week’s seminar October 22, 1973

Trent to present brief to CUA on November 19 October 22, 1973

Moves from Rubidge Hall scheduled October 22, 1973

President comments on cut-backs in university services November 5, 1973

Board Meetings Open November 5, 1973

30 meet with Parr on Trent concerns November 5, 1973

Citations for fall convocation November 5, 1973

Task force established on part-time studies questions November 19, 1973

Course restrictions won’t work :ADC November 19, 1973

Regulations on leaves, sabbaticals November 19, 1973

Program for senior citizens November 19, 1973

Sympathy for Trent felt at CUA December 3, 1973

Standing committees of university listed December 10, 1973

Library pressure December 10, 1973

Summer evening program approved December 17, 1973

Off-campus courses December 17, 1973

Frost will: $500,000 to Trent December 17, 1973

Exam values questioned December 17, 1973

Acting master named at Champlain January 7, 1974

Teaching Study January 7, 1974

Under attack out January 21, 1974

Senate approves bylaw changes January 21, 1974

Acting PR master January 21, 1974

Study questions Ontario university admission criteria January 21, 1974

Ski trail in use January 21, 1974

Librarian sought January 21, 1974

Budget committees’’ terms, policies - senate bylaws January 28, 1974

Committee awards $17,000 for research February 4, 1974

Chemistry on tape February 4, 1974

Power savings February 4, 1974

Experiment opens course to grades 12-15 February 25, 1974

3 win awards February 25, 1974

Policy altered research grants now pay for books February 25, 1974

Statement on financing February 28, 1974

List of Trent faculty publications for 1973-74 March 4, 1974

ADC approves off-campus course for fall of ‘74-’75 March 11, 1974

Senate affirms greater commitment to off-campus courses April 1, 1974

Appeal to CUA April 1, 1974

Streakers stir senate April 1, 1974

1974 seminar for retirement "second-step" April 1, 1974

Robson wins OCHFA teaching award April 16, 1974

Bookstore committee stresses concern over textbooks April 16, 1974

Archives policy April 24, 1974

Graduate studies discussion deferred April 24, 1974

China seminars April 24, 1974

Writer-in-residence April 24, 1974

Addenda to list of Trent faculty publications April 24, 1974

$30,000 granted to start athletic building planning May 6, 1974

Appeal uncertain May 6, 1974

Other universities support Trent approach May 6, 1974

Teacher Education May 6, 1974

Native studies diploma course approved May 6, 1974

Athletic plans committee May 28, 1974

Research grants May 28, 1974

Meeting examines prospects, priorities for Trent June 3, 1974

Free tuition for students over 60 June 17,1974

Citations for recipients of honorary degrees June 17, 1974

Index to Volume 5

Cossar named university librarian July 15, 1974

Sadlier appointed to UC college July 15, 1974

Summer enrollment up July 15, 1974

Wenjack Theatre named July 15, 1974

Book losses cut August 12, 1974

Supplement to the calendar September 9, 1974

Pitman to leave Trent September 9, 1974

Counseling centre established September 9, 1974

Julian M. Blackburn dies September 23, 1974

Lecture series on Japan September 23, 1974

Athletic building architect October 7, 1974

Enrollment up 10% October 7, 1974

Graduate programs approved October 7, 1974

Teacher education program set October 21, 1974

College for part-time students October 21, 1974

Compromise on personnel decisions October 21, 1974

College named for J.M. Blackburn November 4, 1974

Bypass route near Trent November 4, 1974

Conference on revolutionary China November 18, 1974

Ceiling on grants concerns Trent November 22, 1974

Course-faculty evaluation recommended November 26, 1974

Athletic building site chosen November 26, 1974

First-year class second largest November 26, 1974

Housing office approved November 26, 1974

Mid-year salary award December 9, 1974

Standing committee of university December 12, 1974

Fry Cameron named V-P, Dean January 13, 1975

Evaluation proposal defeated January 13, 1975

Blackburn College appointments January 13, 1975

ADC to study evaluation proposal January 20, 1975

Senate endorses faculty council February 24, 1975

Three students to sit on COAP February 24, 1975

Honorary graduates named February 24, 1975

Salary increases to average 16% March 10, 1975

Residence, meal costs to rise March 10, 1975

Board approves deficit up to $250,000 March 10, 1975

40 post-grad awards announced April 14, 1975

Discussions with OCUA range widely April 14, 1975

Otonabee writer-in-residence April 28, 1975

Couture new chairman of Native Studies April 28, 1975

New chairman of board April 28, 1975

Schruder wins teaching award April 28, 1975

Canadianization of faculty April 28, 1975

Flexible evaluation systems approved April 28, 1975

$800,00 grant for athletic building June 2, 1975

Theatre services appointments June 2, 1975

Salary and negotiating scheme discussed June 2, 1975

"Split-value" BIU draws criticism June 2, 1975

Citations for recipients of honorary degrees June 16, 1975

Index to Volume 6

New funding for audio library July 14, 1975

First BOG chairman retires July 14, 1975

Interim report status of Women July 14, 1975

Spring 1975 prizes August 18, 1975

Special supplement to ‘75-76 calendar September 2, 1975

Trent proposes formula to OCUA September 8, 1975

Enrollment up 9 per cent September 8, 1975

Graduate programs frozen September 8, 1975

administrative reporting changes September 8, 1975

Liquor license approved September 8, 1975

Second decade fund begun September 8, 1975

Fowke, Kidd to receive degrees September 22, 1975

A-V resources listed September 22, 1975

JBC opening set October 6, 1975

Operating deficit $39,514 October 6, 1975

Priority urged for married residence October 20, 1975

Wins Queen’s fellowship October 20, 1975

$250,000 deficit forecast October 20, 1975

Cost of computing low October 20, 1975

Council constitution studied November 3, 1975

Forcey re-elected chancellor November 3, 1975

Memorial prize established November 3, 1975

OCUA line "tough" Nind November 26, 1975

Board member dies November 26, 1975

Heeney to step down at CC November 26, 1975

Transfers, "Matures" up November 26, 1975

Theatre priorities set November 26, 1975

Constitution get a BoG okay December 8, 1975

Publications 1974-75 December 15, 1975

More efficient senate sought January 7, 1976

Recruitment work pays off January 7, 1976

Summer enrollment levels off January 7, 1976

University committees January 19, 1976

Near 2800 by fall? February 2, 1976

Elders to aid N.S. program February 2, 1976

Continuing education policies February 2, 1976

Break-even budget urged February 9, 1976

Burbidge to head CC February 9, 1976

Grant up 12.6 percent February 23, 1976

Fry to chair English lit inquiry February 23, 1976

Energy conservation program February 23, 1976

Course-faculty evaluation lives February 23, 1976

$985,000 grant for recreation building March 10, 1976

Honorary degree recipients March 10, 1976

Residence fees up by 10 percent March 19, 1976

Fry report: 7 recommendations March 19, 1976

Planning for the future March 22, 1976

McCalla to head LEC March 22, 1976

Nokes joins Board April 5, 1976

$19,137 for research April 5, 1976

Joint letter by Nind, Winny April 5, 1976

20 post-grad awards won April 21, 1976

Play wins 5 awards April 21, 1976

Savings on paper April 21, 1976

Treadwell appointment approved May 4, 1976

Council chairman quits May 4, 1976

Nind to serve to 1980 May 4, 1976

CGE gives land, cash worth $235,00 May 25, 1976

Five-year planning June 14, 1976

Psychologist helps retarded July 20, 1976

Index to Volume 7

Timbrell views energy-savers August 23, 1976

Parking spaces added August 23, 1976

Status of women report September 13, 1976

Parking rates up and steady September 13, 1976

University comptroller resigns September 27. 1976

Morton, Roper professors emerti September 27, 1976

Prize winners announced September 27, 1976

BRP five-year plan September 30, 1976

First Ashley fellow named October 7, 1976

Enrollment up by seven per cent October 7, 1976

Assault prompts program October 26, 1976

Burn damage costs high October 26, 1976

Senate acts on BRP proposals November 8, 1976

Symons teaching award November 8, 1976

University, senate committees November 14, 1976

Parker heads personnel November 21, 1976

OCUA meeting "encouraging" December 6, 1976

Off-campus growth approved December 21, 1976

Ashley fellow for 1977-78 December 21, 1976

McLachlan new PRC head January 13, 1977

Currie, Hooke leave Trent January 13, 1977

Power house savings $200,00 January 13, 1977

Associate dean Craib appointed January 13, 1977

Altered academic year proposed January 13, 1977

Second Decade Fund near 80 per cent January 13, 1977

Morton to be third chancellor January 24, 1977

Cossar resigns as librarian January 24, 1977

Special pay raise given February 7, 1977

Firefighters start bursary February 7, 1977

Heeney director of library February 23, 1977

Publications of faculty, staff February 28, 1977

New bursaries established March 30, 1977

Oshawa expansion supported April 6, 1977

Academic year altered April 6, 1977

Wadland wins teaching award April 6, 1977

Trent students win 19 awards April 6, 1977

Admin. , policy studies approved April 27, 1977

Grievance committee formed May 11, 1977

Students to go on board May 11, 1977

$566,000 for capital projects May 11, 1977

"No solution tactic" works May 18, 1977

NS honors program approved June 1, 1977

Trent gets energy award June 1, 1977