It was a year of many highs at Carleton University in 2016, from another national championship for our Raven’s men’s basketball team, a great year for football and Carleton athletes competing in the Olympics to innovative research breakthroughs, new construction on campus, unique global startups and partnerships that are helping students thrive.
We’ve covered some of the high points on our home page this year in a series of stories.
But some were particularly popular among readers of our website.
So without further ado, here are the most widely read stories of 2016:
Solving Community Problems
Cracking open a cold beer is a Canada Day tradition, but when the Carleton Mass Spectrometry Centre (CMSC) launched a collaboration with Ottawa’s Broadhead Brewing Company on July 1, the new research facility’s inaugural project... More
When a cancerous tumour grows larger and develops a critical mass, its core is deprived of oxygen, yet the cells adapt to these hypoxic conditions. Identifying and targeting the mechanisms these cells use to survive... More
Casablanca Screening: Here’s Looking at 75 Years, Kid
Carleton’s Film Studies program will screen Casablanca on Nov. 26 2017 as the university’s 75th anniversary celebrations draws to a close.