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Pierre Dupuy

Pierre Dupuy receiving his honorary degree at the 1967 Sir George Williams University Spring Convocation. The event was held at Place des Nations, Expo 67.

A student receives his degree

Stanley Shaffer receives the Birks Medal for the highest ranking graduating student in Arts at the 1967 Sir George Williams University Spring Convocation. The event was held at Place des Nations, Expo 67.

Pierre Dupuy

Pierre Dupuy receiving his honorary degree at the 1967 Sir George Williams University Spring Convocation. The event was held at Place des Nations, Expo 67.

Convocation 1967

Pierre Dupuy receiving his honorary degree from chancellor Fraser Fulton at the 1967 Sir George Williams University Spring Convocation. The event was held at Place des Nations, Expo 67.

Convocation 1967

Four members of the Laing family received their degrees at the 1967 Sir George Williams University Spring Convocation. The event was held at Place des Nations, Expo 67.

Convocation 1967

1967 Sir George Williams University Fall Convocation. The Honorary Degree recipients with Chancellor Fraser F. Fulton. From left to right: Maurice Strong, Chancellor Fulton, Kathleen Jenkins, and Joseph Gerald Hagey. The event was held at the Salvation Army Citadel.

Convocation 1968

1968 Sir George Williams University Spring Convocation. Honorary Degree recipients with Chancellor Fraser F. Fulton. From left to right: Lionel Boulet, James Robbins Kidd, Chancellor Fulton, and Samuel Harold Schecter. The event was held at Maurice Richard Arena.

Edward F. Sheffield

Edward F. Sheffield receiving his honorary degree. 1969 Sir George Williams University Spring Convocation (Science – Commerce – Engineering). The event was held at Salle Wilfred Pelletier, Place des Arts.

Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a Press Conference

Pat Boland (centre) and Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a press conference held at Loyola's Athletic Complex. Heggtveit Hamilton, Canada's first Olympic skiing gold medalist, has been appointed as Loyola's new assistant coordinator of Women's Athletics. Her primary responsibility was the co-ordination of the 27 intra-school co-ed sports clubs and recreational activities.

Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a Press Conference

Ed Enos (centre) and Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a press conference held at Loyola's Athletic Complex. Heggtveit Hamilton, Canada's first Olympic skiing gold medalist, has been appointed as Loyola's new assistant coordinator of Women's Athletics. Her primary responsibility was the co-ordination of the 27 intra-school co-ed sports clubs and recreational activities.

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