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Student Representative Council of York University
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The Student Representative Council of York University was established in August 1966 as a body to represent student interests in the University. The Council was largely the creature of the Colleges who assigned to it the power to collect fees from students, to plan activities and to operate a student newspaper.
It also had responsibility for external relations and campus-wide activities. Although its powers were largely determined by the College Councils (eg. Founders, Vanier), Glendon College was not a full participant. By January 1967 the structure of SRC proved unworkable and it resolved to abolish itself by March 1967. SRC was replaced by the York Student Council in the academic year 1967-1968.
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2019/06/11 J. Grant. Creation.