Last weekend I was at a social gathering with some friends. We were talking about school and sharing our program choices. When it came to be my turn to talk, and I said “Humanities,” my statement was met with a scoff and a “what is that, and what are you going to do with it?”
“To be completely honest, Carleton is what helped me grow my love for photography. From composite photos and head shots for students, to formals and semi formals, people seemed to spread my name around and I kept getting more people asking for photos. As a result, it’s given me a chance to meet so many
Olivia Carey is a fourth year student from Ottawa, Ontario studying Journalism with minors in Business and French. She is a current executive for the Carleton University Journalism Society in the position of Digital Media Liaison. She is a Summer Orientation leader this year working on the portfolio of Student Affairs Awareness Campaigns, specifically the CU Don’t Know
Summer Lewis is a third year student from Woodbridge, Ontario studying Criminology with a concentration in Law and a minor in French. She is the current president of the Carleton University Criminology and Criminal Justice Society. She is a Summer Orientation leader this year working on the portfolio of Administration and is responsible for planning Expo Carleton. How has the
Before my first year of university, I decided I wanted to do everything possible to prepare myself. I was an off-campus student living at home and wanted to be as involved in campus life as possible. After going on several tours and attending every orientation possible, I finally decided Carleton was the place for me!
6. Daniel Alfredsson awarded degree of Doctor of Laws Campus was buzzing with excitement during one of the June 2016 convocations when Daniel Alfredsson received his honorary doctorate degree. Alfrie received the honor with class and also had a handful of witty one-liners and jokes riddled throughout his speech. He begins his speech by saying, “I