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Growing numbers of applicants and a lack of on-campus space have been a growing problem that has forced Housing Service to place first-year students in Sandy Hill homes that the service owns and manages; however, this solution is no longer a viable option.

OTTAWA’S PUBLIC TRANSIT will be hectic until 2018, according to Mayor Jim Watson. This year’s university move-in weekend will provide new and returning students with first-hand experience of the discord expected in the downtown core with the construction of the new Light Rail Transit (LRT) line.

A COMMITTEE MADE up of members of Food Services, Housing Service, the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO), and more is deliberating on how to improve the U of O’s food services. “As campus stands right now, Food Services are unable to keep up with demand,” said Patrick Genest, director of Food Services. …

U of O president aims to create ‘unmatched’ bilingual resource to contribute to public policy Photo by Mico Mazza   CANADA WILL SEE its first school of government at the University of Ottawa as early as 2015, according to plans led by university president Allan Rock. The new school will aim to create a “national, …

Report calls program ‘deeply troubled,’ university halts admission of new students Photo by Adam Feibel   The University of Ottawa has suspended admission of new students to its journalism program for the upcoming academic year. A university committee decided to suspend admission to the program at the earliest opportunity after an internal report to the …

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