Given that literary greats Jane Urquhart and Irving Layton were once part of uOttawa’s Writer in Residence program, third-year English student Kyla Heyming decided that the program would be a good place to start thinking about how to convert her love of literature into a career.
Posted in: Article, Depatment of English, Faculty of Arts, Student Services, Student Stories
Giggles are not usually heard as students take exams. But then, teachers don’t usually wield Star Wars light sabres or wear togas to class.
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More than one hundred people gathered in front of Tabaret hall for the Faculty of Arts 125th anniversary.
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The uOttawa Orchestra’s string section will be in fine form at a not-to-be-missed concert by the University of Ottawa Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Maestro Professor David Currie, which will take place this Friday, November 28, at St Brigid’s
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While scientists offer hard facts and important insights into how to address ecological issues, artists too can make striking contributions. Jennifer Macklem, a visual arts professor at uOttawa, is one of them.
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How a reconnaissance dive of a long-lost Franklin expedition wreck turned into a mission to raise the bell of HMS Erebus.
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This year, the Faculty of Arts is celebrating its 125th anniversary. To mark the occasion, throughout the year the Gazette will be publishing short articles on the history and exceptional growth of our most senior faculty, the only of the
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Algonquin prayers and honour songs mixed with late-summer sunshine on campus last week as a hall was named after Algonquin spiritual leader William Commanda. Elders, chiefs, First Nations representatives and members of the Commanda family, along with University of Ottawa
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The Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute (OLBI) and the International Office are pleased to welcome a group of francophile Brazilian students this fall.
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