Article Index

 

This index covers virtual exhibits relating to university history as well as articles from On Campus News available online. (A complete list of On Campus News articles relating to university history is also available.)

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Gates were early campus entry [Memorial Gates] General history On Campus News, 23 September 2005
College of Emmanuel and St. Chad ... the first University of Saskatchewan 1879-1964 Colleges/departments On Campus News, 24 April 1998, p. 10
Man of the Trees [Richard St. Barbe Baker] 1889-1982 Biography On Campus News, 1 December 1995, p. 10
Ethel Mary Cartwright: properly recognized, finally, at the U of S 1906-1931 Biography On Campus News, 9 February 1996, p. 6
University of Saskatchewan Created 1907 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
University's first history set out details in 1913 1907-1913 General history On Campus News, 17 September 1999, p. 10
Framework in Place 1908 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
"They have big ideas and risk everything" [W.C. Murray and establishing the university] 1908-1908 General history On Campus News, 1 November 1996, p. 10
A member of the Board [Levi Thomson] 1908-1932 Biography On Campus News, 14 November 2008
Finding a Location 1909 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Gift of students and staff of Rugby School, England, is now a heritage site [Rugby Chapel] 1909-1987 Buildings On Campus News, 27 March 1997, p. 7
Campus Construction Underway 1910 Buildings Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
An archives in the cornerstone [College Building] 1910 Buildings On Campus News, 15 October 1999, p. 13
Laying the foundations [College Building] 1910 Buildings On Campus News, 26 January 1996, p. 6
Livestock Pavilion part of original campus 1910-1912 Buildings On Campus News, 12 April 2006
Where Does The Water Go? [sewer system] 1910-1913 General history On Campus News, 18 February 2000, p. 10
May the home of Lady Victorine be preserved for its heritage status and beauty [Poultry Science Building; commentary] 1910-1917, 1927 Buildings On Campus News, 23 April 1999, p. 5
Little Stone School rebuilt on campus 1911 Buildings Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
The Hospital That Never Was 1911-1912, 1932 Buildings On Campus News, 5 May 2006
First Graduates 1912 Students Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
College Building Opened 1913 Buildings Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Scott held College Building in high regard [opening of College Building] 1913 Buildings On Campus News, 7 May 1999, p. 12
'Senior sticks' were 56-year tradition 1913-1969 Students On Campus News, 1 October 1999, p. 8
University's greatest football team? 1914 Sports On Campus News, 20 September 2002, p. 4
A.S. Morton appointed as history professor and librarian 1914, various Biography Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Qu'Appelle Hall residence built in 1914-16 1914-1916 Buildings On Campus News, 19 November 2004
Plaque in northeast corner of Bowl honors 46th Cdn. Infantry Battalion 1914-1918 General history On Campus News, 29 October 1999, p. 4
University at War: Professor Bateman on the blessings of war 1914-1918 Social history On Campus News, 20 October 1995, p. 6
Better Farming Train 1914-1922 Extension On Campus News, 15 November 1996, p. 7
The art of appreciation [university art collection] 1914-1925 General history On Campus News, 20 September 1996, p. 9
Arthur Silver Morton: a "public historian" 1914-1945 Biography On Campus News, 14 November 1997, p. 13
Loss and Achievement: The Gruchy Family 1915, various Biography Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
A brief history of Frosh week 1915-1970 Students On Campus News, 5 September 1997, p. 12-13
Western University Battalion 1916 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Early Matador Ranch employee left colorful will 1916-1922 Agriculture On Campus News, 19 February 1999, p. 8
E.H. Oliver and the University of Vimy Ridge 1917 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
First women's basketball league at U of S formed 80 years ago 1917 Sports On Campus News, 10 January 1997, p. 19
Halloween dress-up nothing new at U of S 1917-1918 Students On Campus News, 18 October 2002, p. 4
Fuel research led to 1919 crisis on campus 1917-1919 Research On Campus News, 6 January 2006
A portrait of Miss Murray [Christina Cameron Murray] 1917-1941 Biography On Campus News, 3 October 2008
1918: A "Most Trying" Year [war, influenza] 1918 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
U of S adopted wartime food restrictions 1918 Social history On Campus News, 21 January 2000, p. 11
Lest we forget [Walter Murray quote] 1918 General history On Campus News, 5 November 2004
Great influenza epidemic of 1918-20 1918-1920 General history On Campus News, 17 October 1997, p. 12-13
1919: Crisis 1919 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Prince and the Cowboy Artist [Prince Edward and C.M. Russell] 1919 General history Miscellaneous Articles
Biplane disappearance mystery solved [World War I German Folker biplane] 1919, 1925 General history On Campus News, 29 September 2000, p. 10
Sheaf begins weekly publication 1920 Students Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Joseph Proctor's Dundurn farm land 1920-1927 Agriculture On Campus News, 22 May 1998, p. 7
Ernest Wynne ("Joe") Griffiths 1920-1967 Biography On Campus News, 29 November 1996, p. 10
Medicine's humble beginnings 1920-1971 Colleges/departments On Campus News, 1 March 1996, p. 8
Half Way House served U of S students throughout the '20s and '30s 1920s-1930s Students On Campus News, 5 February 1999, p. 9
More on Half Way House 1920s-1930s Students On Campus News, 12 March 1999, p. 16
Look back at the role of dance chaperones 1920s-1970s Students On Campus News, 13 November 1998, p. 10
Mabel Timlin 1921, various Biography Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
U of S promoted Saskatchewan pottery, 1921-1951 [Ceramic Engineering] 1921-1951 Colleges/departments On Campus News, 20 April 2001, p. 10
1922: The Golden Age 1922 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Presbyterian Theological College building completed 1923 Buildings Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Allan Cup Finalists [hockey] 1923 Sports On Campus News, 15 March 1996, p. 6
Horesepower a hit in early years [dynamometer] 1923-1926 Research On Campus News, 12 November 1999, p. 11
Thorbergur Thorvaldson 1924, various Biography Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Fire Destroys the Engineering Building 1925 Buildings Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
1925 Engineering Building fire 1925 Buildings On Campus News, 18 October 1996, p. 4
Two-year School of Medical Sciences established 1926, various Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Alexander Campbell, Veteran of the Northwest Resistance 1927, various Biography Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Memorial Gates commemorate 67 students and faculty 1927-1928 Buildings On Campus News, 24 May 1996, p. 9
Memorial Gates Dedicated 1928 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Correspondence Courses established 1929 Extension Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
William Rutherford, First Dean of Agriculture 1930, various Biography Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Haultain Hall - the Arts Building that never was 1930-1956 Buildings On Campus News, 22 September 1995, p. 10
Bateman Fund gave early help to students 1930s Students On Campus News, 4 May 2001, p. 8
School of Music Established 1931 Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
1931 founding of Saskatoon Symphony by Collingwood established perpetual U of S involvement in the Orchestra 1931-1997 Colleges/departments On Campus News, 23 January 1998, p. 6
Broadway Bridge opens, designed by Dean of Engineering 1932 Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Balfour Currie and the 2nd International Polar Year 1933 Research Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Governmental cuts to the Universities during the Depression 1933 General history On Campus News, 26 April 1996, p. 6
1933 Sheaf hypes 'rugby' game between Huskies and 'mighty' Regina Roughriders 1933 Sports On Campus News, 17 November 1995, p. 6
"We would do so with joy" [Gerhard Herzberg] 1933-1935, 1971 Biography On Campus News, 29 March 1996, p. 6
U of S Saves Regina College From Bankruptcy 1934 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Aiming at being thorough [College of Engineering coat of arms] 1934 Colleges/departments On Campus News, 17 October 2008
Sketches of Muriel Simpson [buildings] 1934-1935 Buildings On Campus News, 10 May 1996, p. 8
Gerhard Herzberg arrives at the University 1935, 1971 Biography Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Opening of the Emma Lake Art Camp 1936 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Dedication / Roll of Honor [reprint from 1936 Sheaf] 1936 General history On Campus News, 2 November 2001, p. 5
First Griffiths Stadium a depression project 1936 Buildings On Campus News, 16 November 2001, p. 10
Once a celebrity, always a celebrity [Lady Victorine] 1936 Agriculture On Campus News, 30 November 2001, p. 12
Miraculous birth of language [Richard Albert Wilson] 1937 Research Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Hosting the co-op schools 1937-1960s Extension On Campus News, 11 July 2008
Early U of S English professor wowed the world with his book [R.A. Wilson] 1937-1967 Research On Campus News, 14 March 1997, p. 4
Carlyle King under attack for pacifistic views 1938 Social history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Varsity Orchestra of 1938 1938 Students On Campus News, 30 October 1998, p. 14
Proud football history [Bears vs. Huskies] 1938 Sports On Campus News, 19 September 2008
The University at war: Carlyle King and pacifism 1938-1945 Social history On Campus News, 3 November 1995, p. 6
Research Halts Epidemic [J.S. Fulton] 1939 Research Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
1939 royal visit to Saskatoon and campus elicited outpouring of loyalty (and purple journalism) 1939 General history On Campus News, 8 January 1999, p. 16
University at War 1940 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Big Welcome Week rallies of the late '40s and early '50s [Griffiths inter-varsity rally] 1940s-1950s Students On Campus News, 6 September 1996, p. 8
George Britnell joins Wartime Prices and Trade Board 1941 Biography Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Spork for Everyone! [advertising] 1941 Social history On Campus News, 28 November 2008
Returning from the front [World War II] 1941-1944 Social history On Campus News, 31 October 2008
Hope Hunt First Dean of Household Science 1942, various Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Esquire Club 1943 Students Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Beginnings of campus radio 1944-1963 Students Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Department of Drama Formed 1945 Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Enrolment Soars 1946 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Dean F.M. Quance retires, Quance Lectureship established 1947, various Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
First Betatron in Canada 1948 Research Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Women's residence rules 1948 Students On Campus News, 16 October 1998, p. 16
Synchrotron predecessor, 'linear accelerator' was $1.75m addition to U of S in 1964 1948-1964 Research On Campus News, 5 May 2000, p. 9
Science and Higher Education [W.P. Thompson] 1949, various Biography Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Board statute, prohibiting faculty from running for provincial or federal office, lifted 1950, various General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Cobalt-60 1951 Research Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
University of Saskatchewan awarded its first Ph.D. 1952, various Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Hilda Neatby's So Little for the Mind published 1953 Research Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Fourth campus burial site found near RUH entrance [Dr. Robert Henry "Robin" Dale] 1953-1957 Biography On Campus News, 10 January 2003, p. 16
Intensely Vigorous College Nine Make Their Debut 1954 Students Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Andrusyshen publishes Ukrainian-English Dictionary 1955 Biography Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Murray Memorial Library opens 1956, various Buildings Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Centre for Community Studies Established 1957 Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
First decade of computing at the U of S 1957-1968 General history On Campus News, 26 November 1999, p. 11
New School of Physical Education 1958, various Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Orban and his 5BX plan [William Orban - fitness] 1958-1966 Biography On Campus News, 5 January 2007, 3
Greystone Theatre presents world premiere of W.O. Mitchell play 1959 Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
1959-60 booklet for 1959-1960 Students On Campus News, 11 April 1997, p. 13
Institute for Northern Studies Established 1960 Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Arts Building was officially opened 1961 Buildings Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
College of Medicine and the "Doctors' Strike" 1962 Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Western College of Veterinary Medicine 1963, various Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Linear Accelerator Opens 1964 Research Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
CJUS-FM launched 1965, various Students Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Patterson Gardens Honours Extraordinary Individual [C.F. Patterson] 1966, various Biography Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Two-Campus System Formalized 1967 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Classes start in the College of Dentistry 1968, various Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Black Panthers 1969 Social history Miscellaneous Articles
Amati Quartet Makes its Debut 1969, various General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Grain-for-fees Program 1970 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
University Farm expands in the 1970s 1970s Agriculture On Campus News, 16 February 2001, p. 13
John Richards case - Students occupy Arts Building in support of professor 1971, various Students Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Innovation in Curriculum Resource Development 1972, various Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Program of Legal Studies for Native People 1973 Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
University Employees Union on strike 1974 Labour unions Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Diane Jones Sets World Record 1975 Sports Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
SED at the Saskatoon Airport 1976, various Research Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Exchange program established with State University of Chernivtsi, Ukraine 1977 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Regional Psychiatric Centre Unique Institution 1978 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Diefenbaker Funeral 1979 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Place Riel Opens 1980, various Buildings Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Museum of Antiquities Opens 1981 Research Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Fiftieth Consecutive Farm and Home Week 1982, 1933 Extension Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Huskies win University Cup 1983 Sports Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Richard St. Barbe Baker, Man of the Trees 1984, various Biography Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
8-point Grading System Abandoned 1985 Teaching Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
First female chancellor elected: Sylvia Fedoruk 1986 Biography Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Distance Learning Via Satellite 1987 Teaching Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Faculty Strike 1988 Labour unions Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Sessional lecturers' union certified 1989 Labour unions Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Eli Bornstein Honoured 1990, various Biography Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Opening of the College of Agriculture 1991 Buildings Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Department of Women's and Gender Studies established 1992, various Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
University Seal Modernized 1993 General history Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Hangar Building Demolished 1994 Buildings Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Doug Wilson Award established 1995, 1975 Students Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Computer Science First in Research 1996, various Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Nobel Plaza 1997 Buildings Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Place Riel Theatre closes as movie theatre 1998 Students Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Canadian Light Source 1999 Research Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Virtual College of Biotechnology 2000 Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
College Building declared national historic site 2001 Buildings Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Commerce Second in National Competition 2002 Colleges/departments Deo et Patriae: Events in the History of the University of Saskatchewan
Football's Hardy Cup returns home various Sports On Campus News, 15 November 2002, p. 13
People behind the named buildings various Buildings On Campus News, 21 May 1999, p. 10-11
Campus 'final resting place' for at least 3 souls [Frederick Haultain, John and Olive Diefenbaker] various Biography On Campus News, 18 October 2002, p. 1-2