Put away your erasers, the time of loose-leaf paper and HB pencils is long gone! Today’s professors and their students are living in a wireless, digital age with an ever-increasing number of communication platforms at their disposal.
I found out about the feminist Armpits4August movement by watching a TV documentary about Londoners’ lifestyles. At first, I thought I was incapable of meeting such a challenge, of flouting societal conventions and showing more underarm hair than usual.
Good mental health is just as important as physical fitness. And yet, in North America, anything related to psychological well-being is still considered a taboo subject. Vanessa Majeau, a master’s student in anthropology at the University of Ottawa, wants to shed some light on depression, a condition she has been living with for several years, by starting a blog and being active on social media.
Located at the corner of King Edward Avenue and Templeton Street, uOttawa's Advanced Research Complex (ARC) offers a new model of research in photonics and Earth sciences by gathering scientists from different disciplines under one roof.
In the first half of the 20th century, John Gibbon, a cultural promoter, referred to a “Canadian mosaic” of culture. This is the starting point for Erin Sheedy’s thesis, which deals with the way artists interpret nationalism and group identity in their musical performances.