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In the latest chapter of perhaps the best rivalry in Canadian university athletics, the nation’s top two teams clashed at Montpetit Hall on Jan. 10. The Gee-Gees have been known as the second-best team in the country for two years and finally overcame the top-ranked Ravens. The atmosphere was reminiscent of the hallowed “tobacco road” battles between Duke University and the University of North Carolina.

Five seconds left on the clock and your team is down by four points, more than half the field away, during one of the most important rivalry games of Canadian football. Scoring chances are all but gone, waning with every second.

The shuttle bus service between Carleton University and the University of Ottawa will conclude by the end of April. The current program, managed by both schools, allows students and professors from either university to travel to and from using only university identification as fare.

Bring your professor a coffee in the morning, because they make you a better student than Carleton professors do. If you see a Gee-Gee on campus, let them know that you appreciate them, or just give them a high-five.

Katherine DeClerq | Fulcrum Staff TWO WEEKS AGO, I went to Carleton University to report on the women’s and men’s basketball games between the rival schools, and I have to say I was extremely impressed. The first thing I noticed was the crowd—there was an actual lineup of students decked out in red and white …

Gees lose to Ravens, but get the record Katherine DeClerq | Fulcrum Staff IT WAS ONLY a matter of time before the Gees’ winning streak came to an end. The University of Ottawa women’s basketball team (15-3) fell victim to the Carleton University Ravens (13-5) after an overtime battle that left fans breathless this weekend. …

AS MIDTERMS APPROACH, more and more University of Ottawa and Carleton University students are abandoning their books. Why, you ask? To participate in an all-out Facebook meme war, which is gaining increased attention by the day. It all started with a Facebook group called “B!tch Please. I go to the University of Ottawa,” on which …

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