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Completing a doctorate can’t be that different, can it? The Fulcrum sat down with U of O grad students to find out.

Recycling bins seem to be everywhere at the University of Ottawa—you can sort and dispose of paper, metals, plastic, and glass on nearly every floor of every building. But what about compost bins?

We asked students to come up with some of the best lessons they picked up in first semester that they plan on carrying into the winter one.

To add insult to injury, Simone was celebrated for her Afro-centric looks and penned songs about racism, and was a major player in the civil rights movement. So why does Hollywood feel the need to “whitewash” her character?

Here, the Fulcrum helps you decide which protein powder is best for you before you drop your hard-earned cash on the first tub you see.

Jeremy Dias, a psychology and political science graduate from the University of Ottawa, discusses the nuts and bolts of his growing organization Jer’s Vision, and offers invaluable advice to help communities move forward with inclusivity and indiscrimination.

While abortion becomes a hot topic in Canada once again, I can’t help but wonder if people still don’t really understand the meaning of the term pro-choice.

A cursory glance at the fall-out from the free vote on Bill M-312 that took place in the House of Commons on September 26th, and it is this definition that springs to mind when seeing the divisive effect abortion continues to have on Canadian society and its national women’s movement.

Students from Dalhousie, King’s, Nova Scotia College of Arts and Design (NSCAD), Mount Saint Vincent and Saint Mary’s were draped in ripped clothing, smeared with fake blood, and carrying protest signs for the zombie-themed rally entitled “Night of the Living Debt.”

The University of Ottawa Gee-Gees men’s hockey team suffered two losses this weekend against the York University Lions (4-3) on Saturday, Nov. 3, and then against the University of Guelph Gryphons (4-3) on Sunday, Nov. 4.

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