From an electrifying performance by the godfather of Canadian hip hop, a gala reception at the grand Fairmont Château Laurier and a keepsake photo book that distills the evolution of a dynamic community to a project that brought students together to build a birchbark canoe, a special birthday edition of Throwback and a unique citizenship ceremony, Carleton University’s 75th anniversary celebrations have provided an opportunity to reflect on the past and look toward a promising future.
Anniversary events and projects over the past 12 months have showcased the local, national and international accomplishments of students, faculty, staff and alumni, who embody Carleton’s community spirit and ethos of giving back to society through education, research and collaborations with partners large and small.
Read the full story at Carleton.ca/our-stories.
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