The Bulletin Brief: Frequently asked questions
The Bulletin was a staff and faculty publication with a long history at U of T. It was established in 1943 and continued to publish print editions until 2011. Some of the print issues of The Bulletin can be accessed through U of T Archives. Some archives – from 1999 to 2011 – are available on the Bulletin Brief archive calendar for interested readers.
The Bulletin became a staff and faculty e-newsletter in 2008 (as a companion to the printed version) and in 2011 as a stand-alone product.
Building on this long legacy, The Bulletin Brief is a curated publication of selected content for staff and faculty on the three U of T campuses, delivered three times a week across the university. U of T’s employee community can start their working day on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays with this five-minute read – soaking up news about their colleagues at U of T, the institution and relevant employee information with their morning coffee.
Old print editions of The Bulletin can be accessed through U of T Archives. Please get in touch directly with U of T Archives to find out if the edition you are seeking is available.
The Bulletin Brief publishes three times a week. Members of the U of T community can submit items that meet the criteria outlined in The Bulletin Brief's submission page. Please review submission guidelines and deadlines.
Please send your submissions for consideration by filling out the form on the Bulletin Brief website.