Published work

-The Globe and Mail 

Golfers turn out for the sake of sick kids

-Golf Canada 

Bun in the oven, clubs in the trunk

Walking the line

Ice cream trophies

All in the family

-The Oakville Beaver 

Reaching Across The World To Help

Backpackers in Australia: Making their own story one bus ride at a time

Asian Elephants: Trials and tribulations

Thai islands: Sunsets and skills

India: Land of surprises

Mumbai: The city of sparkle and noise

Hakuna Matata: Discovering Kenya beyond the ‘Big 5’

Culture Shock: It’s in the little things

The choice to travel: why and where?

-Vagabondish 

Travel Kenya: 9 Things to do in Nairobi

-Carleton Now Magazine

Grad using degree in real-world way

-Centretown News

Pole dancing studio reaches next level

Hearts for rent

New building to keep old look 

Review of outdated policies takes aim at urban sprawl

Best-friend foursome slides into national championship

Web Exclusive: Locals to perform with Broadway stars

-Golf Business Canada Magazine

To Lease or Not to Lease

-Campus Perks Blog

Carleton University Relay for Life

“Very Nervous System” @ Carleton

Tablets: Changing Student Life?     

Summer Travel  

-The Institute of African Studies newsletter

A Life Changing Moment: Interview with Pius Adesanmi 

Faculty Profile: Audra Diptee, History 

-The Y Bulletin (Spring/Summer 2011)

Y Employment Access Centre Celebrates Grand Opening 

The Ruddy Family YMCA-YWCA Opens Two New Pools! 

New Upgrades Transform Camp Otonabee and The Bonnefant Y Outdoor Education and Leadership Centre 

Inspired Giving: Smith Petrie Carr & Scott Insurance Brokers Ltd.  

The Y Canoe Camping Club

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