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.
As day 10 of Carleton strike looms, workers say they are committed to getting better wages
CUPE 4600 stands with TAs, RAs, and CIs as they fight for fair pay and intellectual property rights. Many have joined them on their quest for improved wages. However, students remain uncertain and stressed about the future of the semester with only days left.
Carleton, union return to bargaining as strike approaches end of first week
With a strike by contract instructors and teaching assistants at Carleton University approaching the end of the first week, both parties announced that they were returning to the bargaining table April 1 and that they had agreed to a neutral third-party mediator. Picket lines have been set up since Monday, March 27, when the strike was declared by CUPE 4600,…
Police attempt to pre-empt St. Patrick’s weekend party trouble with neighbourhood info blitz
Ottawa police are warning against large out-of-control partying during the St. Patrick’s Day weekend.
It’s a numbers game: Ottawa’s transit reliability not likely to improve without better data, councillor says
University students are increasingly turning away from OC Transpo due to unreliable service, as city councillors try to tackle the issue they are confronted by major data gaps.
Earnings of most racialized post-secondary grads lag behind their non-racialized peers, study shows
A StatsCan study shows how radicalizedpost-secondary graduates don’t do as well as their white peers.
After season of stumbles, ‘youthful’ Ravens back to No. 1 as playoffs begin
The Carleton men’s basketball team holds a dynasty that no other team in USports or NCAA has ever seen. With almost half of the roster being rookies, will the team still be able to prove their dominance in the sport?
Panda, parties and police: New study links unruly student behaviour to ‘fear of missing out’
FoMO is a common sentiment experienced by many young people who engage in maladaptive behaviour, which could be explained by a new U.S. study.
IN FOCUS: Carleton’s first butterfly show since the pandemic features dozens of species
The Butterfly Show welcomed the public into Carleton’s butterfly house, or lepidopterarium, to showcase this year’s selection of butterfly species.