Student representatives make progress with motions amid clash of tempers Monday’s meeting of the University of Ottawa’s Board of Governors (BOG), which took place in Tabaret Hall, got off to an uneasy start, receiving a surprise visit from CTV cameras before it even started. CTV interviewed leaders of the undergraduate and graduate student unions, but …

“We’re happy to be able to add the field of health, an important focus of research for both our countries,” said U of O president Allan Rock. French President Francois Hollande was present for the announcement at Rideau Hall in Ottawa.

Proceeds from SUSK’s bake sale went toward helping wounded soldiers in Ukraine by fundraising for medical supplies and donating to the families. The Ukrainian army has had to rely on crowd funding for medical and war fighting supplies.

An international student and Senate representative at the University of Ottawa says a bus driver called him an “asshole” and accused him of “cheating” the OC Transpo system despite evidence of his U-Pass.

The University of Ottawa has drastically reduced tuition fees for international students studying mostly in French in an effort to increase the number of international students attending the U of O and even out the number of French and English students, as per Allan Rock’s Vision 2020.

OIAF comes to town FOR THOSE WHO didn’t know, the Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF) is the largest animation festival in North America, and it’s growing every year. There were over 2,000 entries in the 2011 competition, but only 151 made the cut. Taking place from Sept. 21–25, the festival includes a final selection of …