Communication was first published in April 1971. It was produced by the University's Communications Office, and edited by the Communications Officer, Philip Radcliffe.Communication was usually published bi-monthly during the academic session; it had high production values, and included interviews with staff, reports of research projects at the University, and a number of informative articles relating to the history of the University.
The last issue of Communication was published in June 1981. The Archives holds a complete run of this magazine.
Note: A number of the photos used in this publication can now be found in the University Archives Photographic Collection. Former reference: UA/32