Mount Saint Vincent University Archives houses the institutional records of Mount Saint Vincent College and University, including faculty and alumnae collections, as well as select community records pertaining to social justice issues.
This series consists of textual material produced at least in part, by the Mount Saint Vincent Student Union. This series is largely comprised of the student union produced paper, The Picaro. The series also contains student handbooks (which began being consistently produced by the Student Union in the 1970’s), a Student Union publication called Wednesday Night, the Council Communique (newsletter), Her Voices (newsletter), the student calendar, and other miscellaneous publications.
This subseries contains issues of the Picaro, which is the name of the student newspaper which was owned and operated by Mount Saint Vincent University’s Student Union. The Picaro began in 1965 but the name was briefly changed to Jargon from 2002-2004 and was eventually changed to Sentinel in 2005.
This subseries contains two miscellaneous publications: a student council election pamphlet, and a pamphlet on the National Week of Reflection (co-produced by the Women's Studies Society and the Mount Saint Vincent Student Union in commemoration of the Montreal Massacre).
This series contains various financial documents relating to Mount Saint Vincent’s Student Union. Some documents relate to the spending of various societies while others relate to the businesses run by the Union such as the corner store (Crow n' Go) and pub (Vinnie's Pub). Others relate to the general spending of the Union. The primary document type within this series is financial statements. The series also includes budgets, schedules of revenues and expenses, a breakdown of student union fees and how they are spent, auditors’ reports, and other miscellaneous financial documents.