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“The Learning Centre will provide much-needed state of the art classroom facilities and attractive study spaces to our growing and ever-evolving student population,” said Rachel Ouellette, chief of staff of the office of the vice-president academic and provost. The new study spaces will seat more than 800 students.

The University of Ottawa Board of Governors met Sept. 29 to discuss the financial results of the 2013–14 academic year, a proposal for a Woodstock campus, and a potential partnership between the U of O medical school and a Shanghai university. Our contributor Julia Riddle was on site to live-tweet.

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