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Sparking Passion Through Carleton: A Spotlight on Ted Hannah – Fall 2022

Despite initially coming to Carleton to pursue a Science program in the 1960’s, Ted was drawn to his roommates ‘Introduction to Psychology’ textbook that transpired into him declaring a Major in Psychology shortly after…

Planning With and For the Next Generation – Spring 2022

Pickup Family“Carleton has been a huge part of my life, and the lives of many of my friends and family members,” says Sarah Pickup.  “I see the value of helping students access post-secondary education…”

Rewarding the Spirit of Community Involvement – Spring 2022

Nancy and Jamie FlemingTo show his appreciation, Jamie (BA/77), along with his wife Nancy (BAHONS/75), wished to make a meaningful gift to their alma mater…

Supporting the Public Good – How One Person Can Make a Difference – Fall 2021

He applied to Carleton University’s Master of Social Work program and was accepted. That choice, he says, changed his life.  “It just blew my mind, the perspectives and knowledge that I gained,” he recalls. “It really just opened up my mind to how the world works…”

A Passion for Perennial Learning: A Spotlight on Dr. Andy Brook – Fall 2021

Prior to his retirement, Dr. Brook spent close to five decades working on Carleton’s scenic campus. As a senior academic, he felt compelled to marry his passions for giving back and enhancing student support by becoming a generous donor to Carleton University…

Giving Back to the School that Shaped Her – Spring 2021

Carol Lutes Racine (B.J.,1962, B.A.,1964) says her Carleton years gave her a solid foundation for success.  “University is such an important part of your life…it shapes you forever”…

Creating a Sustainable Future for Tyendinaga Mohawk Nation Student’s Education – Spring 2021

Samantha Maracle (BSc/74) grew up on her family’s farm in the Tyendinaga Mohawk Nation.  Her father, Garnett Maracle, was a farmer who acquired several plots of land in Tyendinaga throughout her childhood…