City builder: Ottawa’s Kate Heartfield finds inspiration in curious places
Ottawa’s Kate Heartfield is an award-winning fantasy author and a former journalist at the Ottawa Citizen.
New colouring book helps people have fun while learning about the human brain
A new colouring book offers an accessible way to learn about the human brain and the importance of keeping it healthy.
Love it or mock it, the pumpkin spice latte defines fall for some coffee drinkers
As students enter midterm season, coffee has become a main form of energy for students, who are sleep-deprived and studying hard. Coffee shops are bustling and students are seen studying all over with coffee cups in hand.
Proposed cap on numbers won’t solve housing crisis, say international students
International students say any cap on their numbers won’t solve the housing crisis and will hurt Canadian universities dependent on their tuition fees.
Carleton students vote on direct levy to fund campus support centre supplying food and other necessities to those in need
Carleton University is having a referendum to decide wether or not to impose a $2.98 levy on each student, per term, to help fund the university-based food bank.
‘Challenges and opportunities:’ Carleton report shows how universities are trying to grapple with Artificial Intelligence
With over 50 per cent of university students in Canada using AI in their schoolwork, Carleton University is focusing on the benefits as well as the challenges of introducing AI into teaching and learning environments.
Ottawa students struggling to afford housing as rents rise across province
Ottawa students struggle to afford housing amidst province-wide rent increases.
Post-game party pays off, as police report no major issues after Panda Game
The University of Ottawa hosted its first-ever Post-Panda Party Sunday night on the university campus to celebrate the 54th Panda Game and keep students from flooding Sandy Hill streets.
American and Canadian sororities and fraternities struggle with lack of inclusivity for disabled students
Fraternities and sororities have come under mounting pressure in recent years to diversify their ranks. So far,: people with disabilities have been largely ignored.
Sandy Hill residents hope better policing and planning will prevent post-Panda Game chaos
The Ottawa police say they will have a “significant and sustained” presence in the ByWard Market, Sandy Hill and Old Ottawa South areas for pre and post-Panda Game activities.
New Carleton reporting award honours slain Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh
Carleton University unveils a new scholarship in honour of the slain Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.
Cutting-edge exhibition kickstarts Carleton ‘research-creation’ centre
Carleton University unveils a new research-creation centre that is intended to bring together artistic creation with research.