The World is their Classroom
Tayler Hernandez left North America for the first time in her life and headed to Uganda to fulfill her international experience requirement as a student in the Bachelor of Global and International Studies (BGInS), a... More
It’s All Geek to Benjamin Woo
Benjamin Woo, assistant professor of Communication and Media Studies in Carleton University’s School of Journalism and Communication is an expert on geek culture, and has received a grant to study the growth of comic cons.
Carleton Music Department Celebrates 50 Years of Sweet Sound
Carleton University's Music Department celebrated its 50th anniversary with a blow out gala concert with Kellylee Evans in December 2017.
Carleton Moves on Talks to Buy Dominion-Chalmers United Church
Carleton’s Board of Governors has approved a motion to formally negotiate the potential purchase of the historic Dominion-Chalmers United Church.
Celebrating the Carleton University Art Gallery
Some strange organisms are growing at the Carleton University Art Gallery (CUAG). There are fungi in plain sight. No, there’s no humidity problem at the gallery. The live specimens of mushroom mycelium are part of... More
Casablanca Screening: Here’s Looking at 75 Years, Kid
Carleton’s Film Studies program will screen Casablanca on Nov. 26 2017 as the university’s 75th anniversary celebrations draws to a close.
Curating the Canadian Biennial
Carleton University PhD student Jonathan Shaughnessy has a lot on his plate. As associate curator of Contemporary Art at the National Gallery of Canada (NGC), he’s the lead curator for the 2017 Canadian Biennial exhibit... More
Preserving African Cinema
Aboubakar Sanogo is a scholar of African cinema and works for the Pan African Federation of Filmmakers (FEPACI), but it took him years to see one of the major films from the continent: Med Hondo’s... More
Ringing in Canada Day
This Canada Day, Parliament’s Peace Tower is turning 90 as the country turns 150. To mark the two national occasions, Dominion Carillonneur Andrea McCrady, a performance instructor at Carleton University, will premiere a new piece... More
Carleton Offering Unique Curatorial Studies Diplomas
When E.J. McGillis was working toward her master’s degree in Art History at Carleton with a curatorial studies concentration, she spent two semesters on a practicum at the National Gallery of Canada (NGC). Once a... More
More Drama Please
Carleton University has answered the call for more drama. The Department of English Language and Literature has introduced a new Drama Studies concentration and minor with new courses to meet the demand from students for... More