Feature Story: Campus ‘74 gave public a voice
External Relations, University of Regina
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The University of Regina community has valued the input of the people of Saskatchewan even before it became an autonomous, degree-granting institution in 1974. In the spring of 1970 public meetings were held under the title “Campus ‘74” to give people in southern Saskatchewan an opportunity to discuss what “their” university could be. It was an 11-day program of activities “designed to bring Reginans out to the campus for entertainment, dialogue, and a look at future plans for the university. The project aimed at showing the public what the university campus will look like in 1974,” reported the Leader-Post on March, 18, 1970.