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Carleton launched a Task Force on Aboriginal Affairs with a special event that featured a drum group and elders from First Nation, Métis and Inuit communities. President Roseann O’Reilly Runte spoke at the event, as did new committee co-chairs Peter Ricketts, vice-president (Academic), and Jaime Koebel, research and development officer, Métis Settlements General Council.

Ecumenical Chaplain Wayne Menard is surrounded by donations of clothing from the Carleton community for his Kindness Week drive to help those in need. Rev. Menard will be distributing the clothes to local charities.

Prof. Jeff Manthorpe is on fire at Carleton’s popular annual magic show.

Acclaimed author Denise Chong was hosted by the Pauline Jewett Institute of Women’s and Gender Studies to discuss her new book Egg on Mao: the Story of an Ordinary Man who Defaced an Icon and Unmasked a Dictatorship.

Federal Immigration Minister Jason Kenney joined Carleton President Roseann O’Reilly Runte at the launch of the university’s new Centre for International Migration and Settlement Studies on Feb. 1.

Fourth-year biochemistry student Rabia Ashraf displays the message she painted on a T-shirt during Carleton’s Sexual Assault Awareness Week.

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