Ottawa Little Theatre: Sense and Sensibility
Looking for something to do this week? Ottawa Little Theatre has the perfect thing Ottawa Little Theatre’s (OLT) Sense and Sensibility has all the markers... Read more.
Letter to the Editor
Dear Editor, As we approach a new cycle of student union elections, I wanted to share some thoughts about how the University of Ottawa Students’ Union... Read more.
U of O alumnus launches free tool to help renters connect with verified landlords
Cios Verify was created with the hopes of streamlining the rental process for both landlords and tenants alike Alongside co-founder Victor Peter, CEO Terry... Read more.
Live From the Archives: Be kind to animals, don’t kill Pedro (1988)
Originally Published in Oct. 1988. Traditionally, the third weekend in October is a time of much celebration in the normally staid university communities... Read more.
Breaking: OPS and U of O urging partygoers to go home
At least seven people have now been arrested in response to gatherings in the Sandy Hill area Update: 1:03 a.m. Oct. 2 A little over six hours after the... Read more.
‘#ProtectThePanda’: OPS speaks on staying safe and respectful for 53rd Panda Game
This year’s Panda Game will take place on Saturday, Oct. 1. Last year’s Panda Game festivities ended with at least eight official charges, several... Read more.
CityFolk kicks off weekend two
Matt Andersen, Matt Mays and The Record Company brought high energy, great hair and good tunes CityFolk jumped into its second weekend on Thursday evening... Read more.
Return to in-person courses leaves some students frustrated over loss of accommodations
“They’ve done this without consulting students with disabilities.” As the University of Ottawa prepares for the start of another academic year, some... Read more.
Bird-Safe Campus at uOttawa partners with local artists to combat bird collisions with window murals
There’s more than just an aesthetic value to the new installation — it’s just one of many tactics the on-campus group is using to avian lives. In late... Read more.
Night six of RBC Bluesfest was a definite win
JP Saxe, Alexisonfire and Nikki Hill all hit the stage at 9:30 p.m. — talk about tough decisions. I didn’t recognize very many names on Wednesday... Read more.
Review: Thor: Love and Thunder
We see a lot of Thor in this movie. And no, I’m not talking about screen time. First thing’s first: this movie is Thor: Ragnarok on... Read more.
First Nations activist Claudette Commanda to be the University of Ottawa’s first ever Indigenous chancellor
Commanda will step into the role on Nov. 9 Claudette Commanda, an Algonquin Anishinabe from Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation in Quebec, has been... Read more.
The Word on the Street is Read the North
Canada’s longest-running book festival, now playing in earbuds near you It’s been two years of virtual events for fans of The Word on the Street,... Read more.
UOSU announces University of Ottawa plans to increase tuition fees for 2022-23 academic year
UOSU is organizing a conference and rally to highlight the negative impact of a tuition fee increase on May 30 The University of Ottawa Students’ Union... Read more.
Review: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, mayhem and… music?
Does this mean there's a dimension where I didn't fail Canadian Lit.? The long-awaited sequel to 2016’s Doctor Strange finally hit theatres on May 6,... Read more.
University opens new Student Health and Wellness Centre as Campus Same Day Clinic closes
New centre is located in room N203 of the Minto Sports Complex On May 1, the University of Ottawa’s new Student Health and Wellness Centre officially... Read more.
Editorial: An open letter to the ‘Freedom Convoy’
If you’re a part of the “Freedom Convoy”, then here is our letter to you Picture this: it’s late January and you’re three weeks into your fourth... Read more.