It was a year of many highs at Carleton University in 2016, from another national championship for our Raven’s men’s basketball team, a great year for football and Carleton athletes competing in the Olympics to innovative research breakthroughs, new construction on campus, unique global startups and partnerships that are helping students thrive.
We’ve covered some of the high points on our home page this year in a series of stories.
But some were particularly popular among readers of our website.
So without further ado, here are the most widely read stories of 2016:
Autonomous Vehicles On the Move
For the first time anywhere in Canada, an autonomous car is being road tested on a public street while communicating with live city infrastructure such as traffic lights and global position system base (GPS) stations.... More
Carleton Journalism Turns 70
In October 1945, when a fledgling Carleton College launched Canada’s first Bachelor of Journalism degree, the program focused on both the practical skills of the craft and a broad education in the social sciences, history... More
Chris Hadfield Lands at Carleton for SOAR Conference in 2018
If you’re putting on a conference called SOAR!, having astronaut Chris Hadfield there to speak is about as appropriate as it gets. Carleton University’s SOAR Student Leadership Conference will welcome Hadfield as keynote speaker at... More