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Canadian journalist’s legacy lives on through new award

The inaugural winner of the $25,000 R. James Travers Foreign Corresponding Fellowship will be announced at the 13th Annual Kesterton Lecture hosted by Carleton University’s School of Journalism and Communication on March 14. The award was created in March 2011 after the death of renowned Canadian journalist Jim Travers. Travers was a reporter, a foreign correspondent and an editor at the Ottawa Citizen and the Toronto Star. The fellowship commemorates … Continue 

Perogies earns provincial title

Yuliya Riabko is working on a new way to make the traditional perogie. It’s a secret for now but it’s the 25-year-old Carleton student’s innovative approach to her family business that earned her the prestigious title of 2012 Student Continue 

Carleton hosts Burmese Nobel laureate in first Canadian address

Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi had her first ever live conversation with Canadians – via Skype – at Carleton University. From her home in Myanmar, where Continue 

Fourth-year marketing and management student named 2011 Co-op Student of the Year

“School can only teach you so much. It will teach you the technical things, but it isn’t until actually get to the workplace that you can Continue 

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