Campbell Committee - meeting regarding changes to CAPUT
Robert Lansdale Photography
September 23, 1969
Photographs taken during a meeting of the Campbell Committee sub-committee to examine temporary changes to the composition of CAPUT. In the meeting, attended by some 150-200 students, President Bissell refused to repudiate a working paper by the Committee of Presidents of Ontario Universities and reiterated that until the law was changed, student disciplinary issues were vested with CAPUT. In response, S.A.C. Vice-President, Robert Barkwell and another S.A.C. representative withdrew from the sub-committee and argued that their departure meant that the committee should be dissolved. The sub-committee continued the meeting and when it finally adjourned, the students voted for a mass meeting to take place in two days time.
"Nine Days in the Life of A University President" University of Toronto Graduate, Christmas 1969, pp. 11-21"Statement of the Caput Concerning its Power" University of Toronto Bulletin, Septepmber 24, 1969, p. 2. "Discipline Committee Folds As Studnets Walk Out" The Varsity, September 24, 1969, p. 1, 3.
101 negatives : b&w ; 35 mm
Robert Lansdale Photography fonds
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University of Toronto Archives and Robert Lansdale, photographer.
See Also : Photographer's Nos. 691256 and 691257.
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