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What The Beatles can teach you about introductory science - #ThinkingOutLoudTuesdays

In 1967, The Beatles released a catchy tune, that in the decades since has become one of their best known songs… for one reason or another. 690 more words


Runte: A university funding model that's right for Ontario

The Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities is currently examining the formula used to allocate funds to postsecondary institutions. This is an extremely difficult and delicate task. 551 more words

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Man walks 60 km to raise money for injured hockey player

Donald Byrne is walking so Brett Nugent can drive a truck.

Nugent of Luskville, was playing for the Shawville Pontiacs Jr. B team when he was disabled from injuries suffered in a game in October, 2013. 93 more words


Police behaviours changing due to citizens' smartphones: study

The knowledge they could be videotaped is changing the way police officers conduct themselves on the job — but that’s not always a good thing, according to a survey by an Ottawa police veteran. 457 more words

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The standards are rising - #ThinkingOutLoudTuesdays

I recently had the opportunity to tutor a number of students who were taking General Chemistry courses at Carleton University in Ottawa- including both General Chemistry I (CHEM 1001) and General Chemistry II (CHEM 1002). 652 more words


Mind Over Machine: Why Human Soldiers are (and Will Remain) Better than Killer Robots

Guest post by MAC Research Associate, Andrew Luth

This summer, movie-goers are flocking to theatres to see tales of superheroes, dinosaurs, and plucky college singing groups. 1,644 more words

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VLOG: CU Grad Shout Outs

It’s one of my favourite times of the year – Convocation! I am a nerd for Carleton’s convocations.

I attended/worked at at least 30 ceremonies for the past six years, I feel a kind of connection to it. 262 more words