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There were no smartphones in the 1960's. There was no internet, no video games, no personal computers, thus leaving typewriters and the newly introduced Xerox copy machine, to serve as weapons of mass mischief in higher education.  It was a revolutionary innovation in Canadian education, attracting a fresh cadre of dedicated educators and an equal number of classic administrators, floating like a cluster of colorful balloons, just waiting for some wag with a hatpin. These pages take you back to the 1960's to see what college was really all about. You will agree that some things are just funny.

The Quantum Jump Machine

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