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The Campus (Lennoxville)

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The Campus (Lennoxville)

The Campus is a student-run newspaper that covers Bishop's University (an English language, liberal arts university located in Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada), events in the Eastern Townships region as they pertain to students, and other items of interest to Canadian university students.

This newspaper, established in 1944, is run entirely by the student body of the university and its staff of approximately 8 or 9 members is selected each year by the outgoing incumbents. It publishes on a bi-monthly schedule during the academic school year and also prints one summer issue with the intent of sending it to incoming students. It is an independent, not-for-profit newspaper financed by a student levy and advertising revenue.

The Campus hosted the Spring 2005 regional Canadian University Press conference.

Since 2003, The Campus has maintained a parallel online edition located on their website.

Complete archives of The Campus are available in the Bishop's University Old Library.

Before The Campus

The Mitre acted as an outlet for student opinion and record of student

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