1. “Restructuring Columbia,” the Spectator supplement of October 10, 1968, a series of statements and proposals produced during the summer of 1968, including:
--Interim Report of the Special Committee of the Trustees (the Temple Report), August 28, 1968.
--Two statements from student representatives on the Temple Committee.
--Proposal from Students for a Restructured University, by Neal H. Hurwitz.
--Contributions from two study groups created by the Executive Committee of the Faculty, which was chaired by Prof. Michael Sovern
--Excerpts from the report of a fact-finding commission (chaired by Archibald Cox) on the disturbances of the spring of 1968
--Preliminary proposal from the Project on Columbia Structure (September 10, 1968) for a University Senate and a Student Assembly.
--Selection from the Walsh Report
--Four proposals from the Administration, produced by Vice Provost Herbert Deane
2. A Plan for Participation: Proposal for a University Senate, with Faculty, Student, Administration, and Other Membership, March 20, 1969. This final version of the Faculty Executive Committee’s proposal was overwhelmingly approved in a University-wide referendum.
3. Minutes of the first plenary meeting (May 28, 1969), including a Senate roster.
4. University Senate Bulletin: Report on the First Term of the University Senate, 1969-71, by Wm. Theodore de Bary, Executive Committee chair.
5. Columbia Forum, Fall 1969, "Columbia's New Senate"
6. Documents from Students for a Restructured University
--Speech by John Thoms, chairman of Students for a Restructured University, May 16, 1968
--Flier for a meeting of Students for a Restructured University, April 1969
--Petition for Students for a Restructured University, April 1969