By Erica Howes JHR Carleton Julia Vance was a 19-year-old in her first year of study at Queen’s University first year when she..
By Kate Hawkins Carleton JHR Paul Leduc was about five years old when a close family friend and neighbour first sexually assaulted him...
By: ALISON SANDSTROM JHR Carleton The crumpled figure in the picture is face down on the tiled bathroom floor. His legs are curled..
By: Ellen Cottee JHR Carleton In the lounge of The Ottawa Mission, a shelter and resource centre for the homeless in downtown Ottawa, four..
By: BATOUL HREICHE JHR Carleton F.M., who wanted to remain anonymous, is a Muslim Canadian woman fearing for her future. She is a public..
Radio Report By: KIRSTEN FENN JHR Carleton It’s been nearly a week since typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines, but the extent of the..
By: CAITLIN HART “There is no such thing as a slut. It’s a made up word to tell me I’m not allowed to feel good about my body, about..
“Violence is a symptom; it’s the culture that’s the issue,” said Alexander Waddling. It’s a culture that hardly – if ever –..
By: BROCK WILSON In a speech Thursday, President Barack Obama addressed the ongoing hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay, calling on Congress to..
By: TARYN ASHDOWN Last week, students from across the country gathered in Ottawa at the 41st annual National Student Commonwealth Forum to..
By KIRSTEN FENN Every year, close to a thousand women around the world die from preventable complications related to pregnancy and..
Philly was 16 years old when the roof above his head was traded in for a not-so-starry night sky. Now in his mid to late twenties, Philly..
By: Megan Lane Today the leaders of five major United Nations organizations came together to say enough is enough with the Syria crisis...
By: JON WILLEMSEN TSN’s Michael Landsberg has seen a big improvement in the discourse surrounding mental health since he first started..
By JESSICA THOMPSON The Ottawa Police Service is holding a women-only event Thursday to help eliminate the stereotypes that affect women in..
By: GARRETT BARRY, KELLY GOOD and JESSICA THOMPSON UPDATE: According to a release on Friday, CUSA will be refunding all tickets to the Rick..
By KIRSTEN FENN While some people celebrated the passing of the transgendered rights bill in the House of Commons on March 20, others were..
By: TARA SPRICKERHOFF Cold, unshowered, sleeping on pallets of cardboard and holding a water jug for donations, five Carleton students..
By: RACHEL COLLIER A petition to raise awareness about accessibility issues at Carleton University is currently being circulated by..
By: Tara Sprickerhoff On Friday March 8, Carleton University celebrated International Women’s Day with a series of events focused around..
By: Emily Cook The sound of young Theland Kicknosway drumming filled the room as over 100 people held hands in a traditional dance,..
By: GARRETT BARRY The last text messages Erica McCarney got from her friend Daron Richardson were not particularly unusual. Daron had..
By: EMILY COOK In last week’s cold weather many did not even want to walk from their front door to their car, but in the Byward market a..
By RACHEL COLLIER It will soon be more difficult for Refugees to enter Canada, said Carleton University professor James Milner. In June,..
By KIRSTEN FENN With more students accessing its emergency food programs every month, the Carleton University Students’ Association..
By GARRETT BARRY The Carleton University Students’ Association (CUSA) council voted yesterday to approve controversial amendments to..
By EMILY COOK Timothy Meisenheimer said he got to know Paulina over the course of the eight years she frequented the Capital City Mission...
By EMILY COOK In 2008 Prime Minister Stephen Harper formally apologized to aboriginal Canadians for the forced assimilation they were..
By RACHEL COLLIER Immigration Minister Jason Kenney announced in December that refugees from the European Union, Croatia and the United..
By: ERICA HOWES A group of eleven young people stood completely silent for one hour outside the Parliament buildings during a cold morning..
By: RACHEL COLLIER An increase in temporary foreign workers who are coming to Canada may mean the “end of immigration,” according to a..
By KIRSTEN FENN While most kids were out filling their Halloween bags to the brim with goodies this Wednesday, volunteer groups across the..
By RACHEL COLLIER For Amina Mire, a Somali refugee and assistant professor at Carleton University, the painting on her simple office wall..
By EMILY COOK PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA – The Tshwane Medical Clinic received more than food parcels today, as a team from organization Hope..
By KIRSTEN FENN & KYLIE KENDALL The Canadian Committee for World Press Freedom hosted their annual luncheon on Thursday, May 3 at the..