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So, what did the Hosts and Hostesses do at MCHS in the early 1960s?

Do you know what the Hosts and Hostesses did at MCHS? If you do, please let us know. This post refers to a comment at an earlier post, the beginning of Graeme Decarie’s Autobiography Stories. The earlier post, that I … Continue reading

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Many changes have occurred in Cartierville where Malcolm Campbell High School was located from 1960s to late 1980s

Updates A May 2017 CBC interactive webpage is entitled: “Montreal is 375 years old, but how old are its buildings?” A May 17, 2017 Montreal Gazette article is entitled: “Montreal’s history did not start 375 years ago.” [End]   Click … Continue reading

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“Jus’ thinkin'” post from Graeme Decarie, who taught at Malcolm Campbell High School in the early 1960s

Click here for previous posts from or about Graeme Decarie > I am pleased to share with you the following post from Graeme Decarie: * * * * * * * * * * Jus’ thinkin’ My thoughts went back … Continue reading

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Additional comment from Donald McMaster (MCHS 1967) regarding memories of teachers from the 1960s

In a previous post, I’ve had the opportunity to share some great reflections about Malcolm Campbell High School from Donald McMaster (MCHS 1967): Donald McMaster graduated from MCHS in 1967 and went on to study Electrical Engineering Donald has recently … Continue reading

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Nikki (then called Ellen) King (MCHS 1962) has shared Malcolm Campbell High School updates, from the years that followed the 1960s

One of the great things about having a website is that from time to time people add comments at posts that have been written in the past. One such post, to which many comments have been added over the past year, is … Continue reading

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Soryl (Shulman) Rosenberg, who taught at MCHS in the 1960s will be attending the MCHS 2015 reunion and will make a brief presentation

The most recent MCHS ’60s Reunion Attendee List (as of Oct. 1) can be accessed here. I’m pleased to say that Soryl (Shulman) Rosenberg, who taught at MCHS and is very close in age to the students that she taught … Continue reading

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Further update regarding the 1960s XKE Jaguar story featuring MCHS Phys Ed teacher, Soryl (Shulman) Rosenberg

Beverley Sabo (nee Evans) has provided an update, by way of a Comment at a previous post, concerning the day when a memorable gym teacher turned up at the parking lot driving an XKE Jaguar. Click on the MCHS gym … Continue reading

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Update from Soryl (Shulman) Rosenberg regarding 1960s Type-E Jaguar story

Soryl Shulman Rosenberg, who is planning to attend the MCHS 2015 Reunion, has given me permission to share the following email message from her: Soryl Shulman Rosenberg writes: Actually the jaguar car story goes like this. When Gibby proposed to … Continue reading

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Jane Jacobs contributed strongly to 1960s and 1970s intellectual currents

I recently came across a book, The Urban Wisdom of Jane Jacobs (2012), that positions Jane Jacobs as among the most influential thinkers who contributed to the intellectual currents of the 1960s and 1970s – “along,” as the book notes … Continue reading

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1960s-era documentary films by the Maysles brothers and The Meaning of Human Existence (2014)

This post is concerned with 1960s-era films by Albert and David Maysles. The post also appears as an update to an earlier post entitled: The Meaning of Human Existence (2014) I’m posting the update as a separate item in order … Continue reading

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