During the first week of May, the University of Ottawa will be buzzing with activity as thousands of people take part in some 30 events during Alumni Week.
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Learning how to play the piano is a complex endeavour that calls on many dimensions of a human being. But how do these complex skills and traits come together along the learning curve from beginner to professional pianist? The answer is complex—after all, it’s humans we’re talking about.
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Answer: Financial support for uOttawa student initiatives that address social and development issues in Canada and around the world.
What is the Alex Trebek Innovation and Challenge Fund? Correct!
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While there’s no official record, legend has it that Café Nostalgica, then located in small red brick house at the corner of Cumberland and University, was founded on May 8, 1995 by Graduate Students’ Association (GSAED) members who dreamed of a grad house.
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Seven years ago, uOttawa student Jenna Dunsby asked, “How much does bottled water cost compared to the tap?” This simple question led to a campaign for bottled water-free zones on campus and, in 2010, a ban on the sale of bottled water.
The count down to Alumni Week 2015 has started! Highlight your excitement and uOttawa pride by showing us your Garnet and Grey! You just have to post photos on Twitter or Instagram with the #uOalumniweek hashtag, or on the uOttawa
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Alexandra Martel and Marc-Antoine Labonté are the big winners in the finale and won a $ 1,000 scholarship and a trip to Paris offered by the Embassy of France in Ottawa.
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President Allan Rock speaks at the Economic Club in Toronto.
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Did you know that there’s a spot on campus where you can find clothing as well as school and kitchen items for your dorm or apartment? The best part? You can get everything for free.
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On April 10, the uOttawa community was invited to the Social Sciences Building for the announcement of the five winning ideas in the 2015 Good Ideas contest. Out of the five, four were from students in the Faculty of Social Sciences, and the other was from a Telfer School of Management student.
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