|What's in a Name?||
The What's in a Name? project reflects on the people after whom several buildings on campus were named.
The story of hockey at Carleton College and University is one of continued enthusiasm.
Football began at Carleton College in 1945 and has had an exciting history within Carleton University. This exhibit covers: the 1940's until the 1990's; the symbol of the Raven; The Old Crow's Society; and the Panda Game!
|Oral History Project||
The Oral History project offers an alternate perspective on Carleton University, outside of its habitual academic and administrative output.
|Jacques Dalibard: A Heritage Approach to Life||
Jacques Dalibard's papers and personal reference collection were donated to Archives and Research Collections, Carleton University Library in 2009 by Rina Dalibard. The Jacques Dalibard fonds is an excellent resource for those interested in the heritage preservation movement in Canada and internationally from the 1960's to the 2000's.
|Heritage Passages: Bytown & the Rideau Canal|
|Carleton Library History||
Throughout the many stages of its development, the Library has required expansion and planned for it in advance.
|Barry Wilson Collection||
Barry Wilson has been working for the Western Producer for 30 years as a journalist writing on topics such as federal policy development, federal-provincial agricultural relations, national farm lobbies, world trade talks, and world food issues.