With Carleton’s 75th Anniversary in full swing, the university continues to host a number of events, conferences and talks. Watch this space for information on what we have planned and how you can get involved. Or check the CU75 events calendar to get a complete view of how the community will be celebrating.

Pop-up Concert with Jesse Stewart

Juno award-winning artist Jesse Stewart presents an interactive “Octamasher” performance in this special series sponsored by the Carleton University Art Gallery.

Date: September 12, and 25, 2017
Time: Noon
Location: Tory Quad (Sept. 12), St. Patrick’s Building (Sept. 25)

Throwback Weekend

Throwback is Carleton University’s Homecoming—a celebration of all that was, is and is yet to be from the brilliant minds that make up Carleton University. Join us in celebrating the past. Share treasured photos, great memories and academic achievements. Revisit old haunts and former classmates. Help us start a proud new tradition. It’s a look back at the glorious past and a peek into an unlimited future. Throwback 2017 is even more special as we celebrate Carleton’s 75th anniversary! The events are open to everyone, so let’s start celebrating!

Come back to campus for football, basketball, lectures, reunions, social events, and so much more. Save the date today. Watch this site for updates and registration information.

Date: September 13–16, 2017
Location: Carleton Campus

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Shannon Lecture Series

To celebrate Confederation and Canada’s 150th anniversary, Carleton University’s Department of History will present a series of lectures on the topic of Expo 67 and Confederation.

Date: Five Fridays in Fall, 2017 (Sept 22, Oct. 13, Nov. 3, Nov. 17, Dec. 1)
Time: 2:30 p.m. Lecture is followed by a reception in the History Lounge (433 Paterson Hall)
Location: Multi-Media Lab (Room 482) Discovery Centre, MacOdrum Library

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Annual Biology Butterfly Exhibit

Join us for a special 75th anniversary edition of this popular annual event. Enjoy 1300 exotic butterflies representing 41 different species worldwide.

Date: September 30 to October 8, 2017
Location: Nesbitt Biology Building (Greenhouses)

Monday, August 28, 2017 in
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