HSG history accessible to everyone The HSG University Archives have made their university history accessible to everyone. More than 1,100 publications extending to over 50,000 pages have been readied for online research. 3 March 2015. How many students were enrolled in Winter Semester 1914/15? In which year was former Federal Councillor Ruth Dreifuss awarded the title of Honorary Senator? What did the Dalai Lama speak about on the occasion of his visit to the HSG in 1995? It is to provide answers to these and other questions about the HSG's history that the University Archives have made the Online Publication Archive available. Research in publications from 1899 The University Archives have been digitalising their most important sources of HSG history for the last eight years. As regards the most important publications, the objective of making the documents publicly accessible has been attained. Anyone who is interested has the possibility of conducting a full-text research in six publications. Course directories from 1899 HSG Annual Reports and their predecessors from 1900 HSG Information and its successors HSGBlatt and HSG Focus from 1977 Hochschulnachrichten and the successor alumni magazine alma from 1935 The student magazine Prisma from 1959 Zürcher/St.Galler Student from 1958 to 1959 All in all, information is currently available from more than 1,100 publications extending to over 50,000 pages. The search can be limited to certain years and publication series. Interest in University history has intensified "With this service, we have responded to the strongly intensified interest of University Archives users in having information from the University's history accessible through the internet and thus completely location-independent," says Archives Head Dr. Thomas Schwabach. He is pleased that the Online Publication Archive is going 'live' in the year of the Archives' 10th anniversary: the University Archives, the "memory of the HSG", were established in 2005.