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Peak Publications Society fonds Series
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Peak staff

Series consists of records relating to the hiring, duties and activities of staff members who produced The Peak student newspaper. Includes minutes, staff lists, correspondence and other documents.


Series consists of records relating to the administration of The Peak by the Peak Publications Society Board of Directors. Includes the constitution, certificate of incorporation, minutes from both Annual General Meetings and regular meetings, correspondence and records about the Peak Publication Society's relations with the Simon Fraser Student Society.


Series consists of records relating to the funding of the Peak Publications Society. Includes several files from the fonds of the Vice-President, University Services that had been removed by the previous archivist and intermingled with the Peak Publications Society files. The Vice-President's files contain records relating to a proposed loan to the Society. Series contains correspondence and various financial documents such as statements and balance sheets.


Series consists of publications produced by The Peak Publications Society. It includes a complete run of the two Peak predecessors, SF View, and The Tartan (sub-series 2); an ongoing run of The Peak, both in hard copy and microform (sub-series 3); the Peak Student Handbook (sub-series 4); and a separate run of The Tartan, resurrected as a magazine in 2015. Also includes other one-off or short-lived publications produced by the Society (sub-series 1), including a run of 12 issues of the Terminal City Express (1972-73), a newspaper relating to culture and politics in the Lower Mainland.


Series consists of photographic materials created by Peak journalists and photographers in the course of publishing the student newspaper. Photos depict SFU students, faculty, staff and administrators in a variety of settings, as well as the physical environment and grounds of the university. Record types comprise contact sheets, prints, and negatives.

The series has been arranged into one sub-series. Future accruals may be organized into new sub-series, depending on format or the ways in which they were maintained by The Peak: