LU Week Vol. 6 No. 17

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LU Week_vol6no17.pdf

Title

LU Week Vol. 6 No. 17

Subject

Universities

Description

LU Week, Vol. 6, No. 17, February 8 1974. Includes: information about panel discussion, "The Indian and Ethics", with speakers Professor Walter Currie (Acting Chairman of the Ontario Rights Commission, Department of Native Studies, Trent University), Dr. Charles Myers, Miss Marleen Pierre (Programme Director of the Thunder Bay Friendship Centre), and Mr. Fred Nowgesic (Ojibwe Language Instructor, Confederation College); Placement Officers help students meet prospective employers; wrestlers win gold in Christchurch, New Zealand at the Commonwealth Games; Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra Association "Music-for-the-people" campaign.

Please note: this issue contains images and language that are offensive and racist in nature.


Creator

Lakehead University information office

Date

1974-02-08

Rights

Lakehead University

Format

PDF

Language

English

Type

Text

Identifier

LU Week_vol.6,no.17

Coverage

Canada - Ontario - Thunder Bay

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Citation

Lakehead University information office, “LU Week Vol. 6 No. 17,” Archives & Digital Collections at Lakehead University Library, accessed March 1, 2024, https://digitalcollections.lakeheadu.ca/items/show/9322.

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