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  • The Badger, Volume 4, Issue 1, September 18, 1967

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Mutart, Bob (EIC) (1967-09-18)
    The Badger, Volume 4, Issue 1, includes: $10k worth of books stolen from Brock library; 725 students enrolled at Brock; CUS (Canadian Union of Students) information; Four students resign from BUSA; Frosh details.
  • The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 14, March 13, 1967

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Hogan, Bill (EIC); Nasmith, Bob (Writer); Cumberland, Mary (Writer); Shewchenko, Oksana (Writer); Reynolds, Frank (Writer); Cheevers, Pat (Writer); Livermore, Danny (Writer); Bradley, Ginger (Writer) (1967-03-13)
    The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 14, includes: Bill Hogan is elected Editor-in-Chief for the school term 1967-68; Brock students and staff comment on The Badger with various suggestions and criticisms; Although this year’s Assembly was like an inexperienced child, it grew over the year, and its continued growth will help Brock University mature; Despite budgetary and staff problems, the lack of a title, and other issues, yearbook editor Pat Biello says there will definitely be a yearbook for 1966-67; Ginger Bradley explains the trends of the student this past school year, including the popularity of co-ops and stories regarding sex and birth control; Ontario university students will have three times the award money than in 1966.
  • The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 13, March 6, 1967

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Hogan, Bill (EIC); Finlay, Sean (Writer); Auld, John (Writer); Jacobs, H. (Writer); Cheevers, Pat (Writer) (1967-03-06)
    The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 13, includes: Reports show that the Canadian Union of Students has received funding from the CIA; Student Assembly Proposes Incorporation; Bret Biggs, a second year Geography major, has been drafted by the Hamilton Tiger Cat Football Club; Ants are invading the study hall at Brock; The student council at Queen’s University has asked for greater student participation in university government
  • The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 12, February 27, 1967

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Hogan, Bill (EIC); Reynolds, Frank (Writer); Cumberland, Mary (Writer); Salter, Thomas J. (Writer) (1967-02-27)
    The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 12, includes: A motion will soon be presented to the Student Assembly by the Minister of Publications, urging it to incorporate BUSU; The Badger supports this motion and BUSU incorporation; A Profile on Second Century Week; The Fine Arts Society is sponsoring a literary seminar featuring guests: Gwendolyn MacEwen, Austin Clarke, Alfred Purdy and John Robert Colombo; The Brock WUSC Committee is sponsoring its second SHARE campaign to raise funds for students in South Africa and other countries experiencing racial “suppression, segregation and discrimination.”
  • The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 11, February 13, 1967

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Hogan, Bill (EIC); Cumberland, Mary (Writer) (1967-02-13)
    The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 11, includes: BUSA Elections are complete: Ian Beddis is president, Michael Wheeler is Minister of Internal Affairs, Frank Reynolds is Minister of Publications, and Tom Goldspink is Minister of Finance; Frank Reynolds resigns as Editor-in-Chief of The Badger, citing pressure from the student assembly and backstabbing from Brock staffers; Bill Hogan takes over.
  • The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 10, February 6, 1967

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Reynolds, Frank (EIC); Hogan, Bill (Writer); Beaudoin, Philip (Writer); Cumberland, Mary (Writer); Sellar, Don (Writer); Goldspink, Tom (Writer); Shewchenko, Oksana (Writer) (1967-02-06)
    The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 10, includes: The constitutional committee “white paper,” a detailed constitution establishing a judicial board of the Brock Student Union, is accepted by the Student Assembly; The Editor criticizes the current assembly and calls for Brock students to vote for more responsible representatives; Don Sellar discusses student protests in relation to The Schwarz Report on student health services.
  • The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 9, January 30, 1967

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Reynolds, Frank (EIC); Wright, Allen (Writer); Dion, Gerard D. (Writer; Hogan, Bill (Writer); Cumberland, Mary (Writer); Shewchenko, Oksana (Writer); Finlay, Sean (Writer); Goldspink, Tom (Writer) (1967-01-30)
    The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 9, includes: At the “Community of Scholars” seminar, Brock students and faculty voiced their interest in having student representation on the Senate and Board of Governors; A five hour BUSA meeting discussed the possibility of student members on governing bodies at Brock, but the discussion was deemed “too much, too soon” and was stricken from the record; Kenneth Douglas, Minister of Internal Affairs, and Ian Beddis, Minister of Finance, have been mandated by BUSA to investigate the 1966 Christmas card fiasco; Students at the University of Calgary win representation on the general faculty council.
  • The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 8, January 16, 1967

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Reynolds, Frank (EIC); Finlay, Sean (Writer); Hogan, Bill (Writer); Krane, Allan (Writer); Cumberland, Mary (Writer); Goldspink, Tom (Writer); Salter, Tom (Writer) (1967-01-16)
    The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 8, includes: CUS Committee at Brock will be holding a “Community of Scholars” seminar to discuss democracy in the university community; The Badger highlights Brock’s only glassblower, John Vandehoff; Lib Spry is elected as president of CUP, marking her as the first female president in the establishment’s history; Recent Christmas Card program at Brock results in allegations of poor taste and mismanagement, with prices ranging significantly and being significantly higher than they should have been; Allan Krane criticizes the recent field trip to Boston, calling it an “organizes scramble.”
  • The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 7, January 4, 1967

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Reynolds, Frank (EIC); Cumberland, Mary (Writer) (1967-01-04)
    The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 7, includes: The Badger becomes a full member of CUP; Dr. LaPierre, McGill professor and honorary president of CUP, calls modern universities ghettos.
  • The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 6, December 12, 1966

    Reynolds, Frank (EIC); Velme, Sylvia (Writer); Cumberland, Mary (Writer); Wright, Allen (Writer); Charles, Michael A. (Writer); Goldspink, Tom (Writer); Beddis, Ian (Writer); BUSU (Brock University Student Union) (1966-12-12)
    The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 6, includes: Allen Wright agrees with BUSA criticism from Badger reporters; Mr. G. E. Dirks, a lecturer in the Department of Politics at Brock, criticizes Canadians for their “holier than thou” attitude when discussing American involvement in Vietnam; Michael A. Charles criticizes students for not paying attention to student governance, prompted by the defeat of a resolution supporting Red China’s admittance to the United Nations General Assembly and Security Council; McGill Daily EIC Sandy Gage is reinstated after overwhelming student vote.
  • The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 5, November 1966

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Reynolds, Frank (EIC); Hogan, Bill (Writer); Mann, Paul (Writer); Salter, Thom (Writer); Dion, Gerry (Writer); Beddis, Ian (Writer) (1966-11)
    The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 5, includes: Treasure Van visits Brock with a collection of crafts from over 40 countries; Tom Salter, Minister of External Affairs of the Assembly, will chair a committee to evaluate Brock’s CUS membership; The Badger’s eighth submitted constitution is approved; The Brock University – Niagara English Teachers’ Association is established; BUSA starts a newsletter: WHAT’S DOING; EIC of the McGill Daily, Sandy Gage, is fired by the students’ council, and the rest of the Daily’s 52 staff members resign on the spot; The Badger finds a permanent office at Room 106.
  • The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 4, November 14, 1966

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Reynolds, Frank (EIC); Johnston, Carol (Writer); Velme, Sylvia (Writer); Goldspink, Tom (Writer); Shewchenko, Oksana (Writer) (1966-11-14)
    The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 4, includes: BUSA’s recent resolution, that no member of the Assembly may occupy a position in The Badger’s executive or editorial team, this is a clear attempt to control the press by the Assembly; The president of the Ontario Region of the Canadian University Press (ORCUP), John Jukes, is fired for negligence; The Student Assembly will meet with the Student’s Council of the Teachers’ College to find common ground on their current strained relationship; UBC psychiatrist claims that suicide rates are twice as high in university students than non-students of the same age; The Editor criticizes academic regurgitation, as enforced by the Ontario Board of Education.
  • The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 3, October 31, 1966

    Reynolds, Frank (EIC); Wright, Allen (Writer); BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Chapman, Don (Writer); Campbell, Robert (Writer); Sterne, Ron (Writer); Goldspink, Tom (Writer); Salter, Thom (Writer) (1966-10-31)
    The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 3, includes: Dean of Women of the St. Catharines Teachers’ College, Mrs. Bennett, says she doesn’t like Brock students because they are immature, and that TC students should not interact or even be in the same building as Brock students; There is a debate about Brock students being classified as such: the Capitol Theatre and St. Catharines Transit make Brock students pay adult rates, not student rates; Ron Sterne brings up student apathy again, saying that it is selfish not to vote and contribute to university affairs; The Badger announces a contest to determine the name of the student yearbook.
  • The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 2, October 17, 1966

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Reynolds, Frank (EIC); Johnston, Carol (Writer); Gverzdys, Al (Writer); Velme, Sylvia (Writer); Wright, Aleen (Writer); Shewchenko, Oksana (Writer); Dixon, Ted (Writer); Goldspink, Tom (Writer); Salter, Thom; et al. (1966-10-17)
    The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 2, includes: The Brock Library Tower is almost completely constructed; The next plan for construction is the Theatre Lecture Hall Complex, better known as Project Thistle; BUSA meetings have been inundated with conversations about the constitution of The Badger, but not much is done; The editor criticizes the lack of care about student governance from the student body; Al Gverzdys criticizes Canteen of Canada for their poor quality food and criticizes the Administration for failing to provide students with a cafeteria.
  • The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 1, October 3, 1966

    Reynolds, Frank (EIC); BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Wright, Allen (Writer); Gverzdys, Al (Writer); Shewchenko, Oskana (Writer); Cumberland, Mary (Writer); Tew, Mike (Writer); Livermore, Danny (Writer) (1966-10-03)
    The Badger, Volume 3, Issue 1, includes: Discussion on whether CUS is worth the fee for Brock students; Criticism of the Student Awards Program (SAP); BUSA meeting discusses budget problems; Call for greater. participation in student union affairs; 16 student editors at Ryerson (TMU) quit.
  • The Brock Badger, Volume 2, Issue 9, March 11, 1966

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Sullivan, Peter (EIC); Hodgson, Neil (Sports Editor); Audl, John (News Editor); Loney, Don (Advertising Editor); Winters, Laurie (Layout Editor); Will, Lynn (Circulation Manager); Wright, Allan (Writer) (1966-03-11)
    The Brock Badger Volume 2, Issue 9, includes: During the March 1st BUSA meeting, the members started a debate regarding the indiscriminate use of the money collected for student fees last September.
  • The Brock Badger, Volume 2, Issue 8, February 11, 1966

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Sullivan, Peter (EIC); Hodgson, Neil (Sports Editor); Perdue, Richard (Managing Editor); Loney, Don (Advertising Editor); Winters, Laurie (Layout Editor) (1966-02-11)
    The Brock Badger, Volume 2, Issue 8, includes: Brock to be a ‘walking campus’ when it is completed in about 15 years, making it possible to walk from one end of the campus to the other in 10 minutes; The Brock University Founding Fund has raised $6,644,883 toward the cost of building the De Cew Campus.
  • The Brock Badger, Volume 2, Issue 7, January 28, 1966

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Sullivan, Peter (EIC); Hodgson, Neil (Sports Editor); Perdue, Richard (Managing Editor); Loney, Don (Advertising Editor); Winters, Laurie (Layout Editor); Reynolds, Frank (Writer) (1966-01-28)
    The Brock Badger, Volume 2, Issue 7, includes: Elections for BUSA in February of 1966; The duties of all BUSA offices outlined in this issue; Negotiations between the admin and the student body regarding a study week are up in the air; Confidential Memo urges CUS to scuttle Vietnam project.
  • The Brock Badger, Volume 2, Issue 6, January 14, 1966

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Sullivan, Peter (EIC); Hodgson, Neil (Sports Editor); Perdue, Richard (Managing Editor); Loney, Don (Advertising Editor); Winters, Laurie (Layout Editor) (1966-01-14)
    The Brock Badger, Volume 2, Issue 6: Despite the appearance of the disorganized construction site, the library tower should be ready for students to move in next October; The Economic Council of Canada says investment in education should get top priority; Brock University to have a bitch-in Winter Carnival week; Geoffrey Davis appointed Dean of Arts and Sciences at Brock Jan. 1st, 1966.
  • The Brock Badger, Volume 2, Issue 5, January 4, 1966

    BUSU (Brock University Student Union); Sullivan, Peter (EIC); Hodgson, Neil (Sports Editor); Perdue, Richard (Managing Editor); Loney, Don (Advertising Editor); Winters, Laurie (Layout Editor) (1966-01-04)
    The Brock Badger, Volume 2, Issue 5, includes the following: Nancy Slemon was crowned the queen of the Inter-Varsity Ball; The promised constitution for Brock has missed it’s deadline, but BUSA chairman “believes” the ratification of the document will proceed on schedule; Suicide is a massive mental health problem at this time; The Badger facing a serious circulation problem.

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