Frequently asked questions
What is The Bulletin and what is The Bulletin Brief?
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.
Where is the print version of The Bulletin?
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.
How often does The Bulletin Brief publish and can I send submissions?
The Bulletin Brief publishes three times a week. Members of the U of T community can submit items that meet the criteria outlined in “Submitting to The Bulletin Brief”. Please review submission guidelines and deadlines.
What do I need to do to send a submission?
Please send your submissions for consideration by filling out the form on the Bulletin Brief website.