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July 22, 2004
 Flashback

 


Flashback

Remembrances of Memorial past...

30 years ago
His aim is steady
July 1974
– Memorial University's Frank Zahn is representing Newfoundland at the Canadian Shooting Federation Fall and Winter Indoor Championships. Mr. Zahn, a rifle and pistol shooting coach at MUN, captured first place honours in the expert classification.

25 years ago
Business winners all around
July 1979
– Business students at Memorial set a new record, winning four of the six awards from the Royal Bank Business Student Writing Awards. The winning students attended the award ceremonies in Toronto on July 21.

20 years ago
New parking regulations
July 1984
– New regulations for parking on Memorial's campus come into effect this month. With an anticipated enrolment increase of between 2,500 and 3,000 new students for the fall semester, stricter penalties are implemented to reduce overcrowding on the parking lots and illegal parking around campus.

10 years ago
New home for alumni affairs
July 1994
– The Office of Alumni Affairs and Development moves to a new location at 1 Lambe's Lane, literally around the corner from its former offices on Westerland Road. The new office space is a house originally owned by a St. John's family – the Morgans – which was donated to the university by the provincial government


 


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