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OC Sessions: "Music is absolutely the fabric of my life," says Megan Jerome

Three years into her studies in mining engineering at Queen’s University, Megan Jerome realized that she needed to be making music.

Then the Ottawa native came home and threw herself into Carleton University’s eclectic music program, where she immersed herself into everything from jazz to African drumming to choral music. 934 more words

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Investigation continues into smoky laundry room fire at Carleton U residence

An investigation continues into the cause of a smoky laundry room fire early Saturday at Carleton University’s Lennox and Addington House residence.

Ottawa fire services were alerted to the blaze near 1125 Colonel By Dr. 30 more words

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Fortney: UN food program leader credits local farm roots for social justice passion

Growing up on a Claresholm-area farm, Robert Opp received an early education in the virtues of producing such everyday staples as wheat, barley, canola and oats. 709 more words

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Commentary: Sock 'n' Buskin Wows With Brothers Grimm

Sock n Buskin’s The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon was a hilariously energetic production that left its audience out of breath.

An array of stories that come together to form a complex and tangled narrative, The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon was a satirical, dark and sarcastic take on the original Brothers Grimm fairy tales. 530 more words

Kellylee Evans finds peace in sharing her story of music and recuperation

For Kellylee Evans, the launch of her new CD Come On is long overdue. She was to have released it two years ago, but health and personal issues, including the aftermath of a concussion, set her back. 426 more words

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Kellylee Evans helps Carleton University's music program mark its 50th anniversary

When Juno-winning singer-songwriter Kellylee Evans attended Carleton University during the 1990s, she focused on legal studies and English literature and received undergraduate degrees in those subjects. 933 more words

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Prioritizing People with Disabilities

At Carleton University, there have been many attempts to make the campus as accessible as possible for people with disabilities. For example, academic programs are available to assist those with learning disabilities and most buildings have elevators for people who are unable to use stairs. 492 more words