Student Protest at SFU, 1968

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Dan Scott / Vancouver Sun.
Dan Scott / Vancouver Sun.

1968
Student Protest at SFU
After a rather hasty debut in 1965, Simon Fraser University’s admissions practices with respect to transfer credits came under fire when students erupted in protest and occupied the administration building in 1968. “Remember the 114” became a rallying chant for future protests in response to the students arrested that day.

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