As we approach the end of Carleton’s 75th year, we’re rolling out the fourth and final edition of the CU75 campaign.
People featured in this fourth phase of the campaign include space engineer Andrew Rader, Sam Bat co-owner Arlene Anderson, bioscience innovator Gail Garland, PhD student Gregory Brown, philanthropist and artist Jane Martin, women’s rights activist Julie Delahanty, Indigenous educator Kahente Horn-Miller and national soccer player Natasha Smith. You can read more about the campaign here.
And we’re celebrating with a contest!
Take a short quiz about Carleton’s history, and you’ll be entered into a draw to win one of two CU75 Prize packs! The packs include:
- one copy of Carleton at 75: Reflections + Photos
- one 75th Anniversary scarf
- one Carleton branded aluminum water bottle
But you have to get a perfect grade on the quiz in order to be eligible for the draw!
Hint: You don’t need to be a history buff to ace this quiz. Just check out this site to learn more about Carleton’s origins.
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