The petition, spearheaded by Lucie Atangana, a first-year political science student at the U of O and resident of the Henderson building, calls for the move out date to be pushed back to May 1.
The event started with an informal discussion on the current state of diverse representation, or lack thereof, in the House of Commons.
On March 29, the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Engineering hosted its third annual Design Day at SITE, where students showcased their passion projects to faculty members, family and friends, and field professionals.
While students may be struggling to adapt to not being chronically busy, there is still time to readjust and enjoy the summer—at least until the whole cycle starts up again in September.
The U of O spends a lot of time claiming that they care about the mental health and happiness of their students. Extending the length of leases on residence rooms is a simple way for the administration to put those beliefs into action.
On March 28, 2018, the Tomato sat down with Dave Robertson, author of Nobel Prize-winning e-book, “Assessment and management of a changing climate: successful adaptation to global warming,” and professor of environmental science at the University of Ottawa to discuss ways that students can help global warming.
Students face plenty of stress when it comes to paying for school and associated costs, and admission scholarships and merit bursaries don’t always benefit everyone. However, these three scholarships are a great way for students to look beyond what the University of Ottawa has to offer.
The SFUO held their monthly Board of Administration meeting, where they voted on motions that were presented at the General Assembly (GA) on March 13, and one motion that was not presented at the GA due to time constraints.