Sara Lauzon, a third-year history student at the University of Ottawa, has made a name for herself in her hometown of Cornwall dealing with many issues of the city’s past that most have neglected.
For the third consecutive year, the University of Ottawa’s Telfer School of Management took part in 5 Days for the Homeless, an event that had students living on the streets for five days while raising money and awareness for the homeless in Ottawa.
U of O looks to defend it’s four year RecycleMania winning streak
The University of Ottawa Heart Institute (UOHI) has issued a warning to Ottawa residents concerning unauthorized salespeople who have been claiming to represent the institute.
The championship for the central division title of the Canadian University Society for Intercollegiate Debate (CUSID) took place March 8–10. The University of Ottawa English Debating Society (EDS) hosted the Léger Cup as participating schools fought for first place in CUSID’s central division.
Organ donation has been in the spotlight these days more than ever before, but statistics still show that while 90 per cent of Canadians support organ/tissue donation, less than 25 per cent have made plans to donate.
Event that stirred controversy before it even took place opens a dialogue about mental health and race
Campus Pride week may have come and gone at the University of Ottawa, but for Cody Boast, a third-year political science student, the incident that occurred on March 4 left him feeling little pride in his campus community.
MP Rob Clarke wants to amend the Indian Act, repeal outdated sections and improve Canada’s relations with it’s First Nations people.
A Facebook page set up to promote the Peer Help Centre and Centre for Students with Disabilities’ (CSD) “Let’s Talk About Mental Health” conference from March 9–10 caused controversy after the location of the event was listed as being on “unceded and unsurrendered Algonquin territory” at the University of Ottawa.