Mackenzie Gray

The Graduate Students’ Association (GSAÉD) will present a motion at the 33rd Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) general meeting to seek approval to produce a documentary on commercialization in Canadian universities.

The new field at Lees Avenue has stumbled onto another setback, as the dome that was supposed to winterize the pitch will not be installed until the middle of December.

It’s hard enough to obtain an economics degree, but when you’re a full-time open-wheel race car driver on top of that, it becomes nearly impossible. University of Ottawa student Zacharie Robichon does just that.

The University of Ottawa women’s hockey team will “pink the rink” as they battle the Carleton Ravens on Nov. 9. The Gee-Gees will don special pink jerseys for the annual Pink The Rink game to raise awareness for breast cancer.

Meet Carolyn Cook, a first-year student in ethics and society and a rookie on the swim team. Cook grew up in Canada and has moved back home after attending high school in New York State. Here, she’s already making Ontario University Athletics (OUA) times.

“Over the past years, we have been developing a racing team,” said club president and fourth-year political science student Jacob Thornhill. “[We] have proven to be competitive enough to place in many regattas. What we seek now is recognition as a competitive club from the University of Ottawa.”

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