Yearbooks are reminders of a significant period of our lives. They highlight the excellence, creativity, dedication and friendships that we make during the course of the school year. They preserve special memories and remind us of the most important days of students' lives.
Faculty of Law yearbooks
With a few exceptions, this volume was published annually from 1974 to 2012 by the MLSA and the Faculty of Law. These yearbooks continued the work of the Brown and Golds to document the experiences of law students at Robson Hall.
August 31, 2023: This resource is currently in development. Current status 7/34 books available.
Brown and Golds
The Brown and Gold was the title of the annual yearbook published by the University of Manitoba Students' Union. It was initially published in 1914 and was published annually until 1967. Two volumes were published in the 1970s however after 1967, yearbook publication primarily became the domain of faculties and departments. The Brown and Gold is one of the few sources to document student life on campus, including clubs, societies, athletics, and more. It also lists and provides short biographies of the graduating students for a given year.