Fifty Indo-Canadians Honoured as ‘Bridge Builders’

Fifty prominent Indo-Canadians were recognized in Ottawa recently for promoting and fostering India-Canada relations. Carleton University hosted a celebration of their achievements on Feb. 4, alongside a launch for The A-List, a book compilation of…

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Experts Question Reporting on San Bernardino Attack

Security and media experts are questioning the decision of police to grant journalists access to the personal belongings of the San Bernardino shooters. Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik, a married couple, opened fire at a staff…

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Do J-School Classes Have a Diversity Problem? We Asked Some Students

Jeffrey Sze is a third-year student in the University of Toronto Scarborough and Centennial College’s joint journalism program. Batoul Hreiche is a fourth-year journalism student at Carleton University. Kaitlyn Smith is a second-year student in the University of Toronto Scarborough…

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Carleton University Student’s Satirical ISIS Videos Grab New York Times’ Attention

Carleton University student Anas Marwah was mocking ISIS well before famous comedians took aim at the terrorist army – and now his increasingly popular YouTube videos have landed him in the New York Times. While Saturday Night Live made…

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