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At Guelph


For close to 50 years, the University of Guelph kept its faculty, staff and students informed and connected through a weekly (and later semi-monthly) publication. When the university was officially created in 1964, a newsletter called the News Bulletin, which had formerly been published for Guelph’s three founding colleges — the Ontario Agricultural College, the Ontario Veterinary College and Macdonald Institute — was rechristened to carry the banner of the new university.

The publication continued in that form until it was renamed At Guelph in 1985 and then transformed into a tabloid newspaper in 1987. It was produced within the University’s Communications and Public Affairs office (known in previous reincarnations as the Department of Information, Information Services, Public Relations and Information, Creative Services, and University Communications). In April 2010, At Guelph ceased publication and was transformed yet again — this time into an online news source for the campus community.

This digitized collection contains issues of the News Bulletin and At Guelph published from January 1962 to April 2010.

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