I've never missed a deadline and have continued that streak to this day.
(Not sliding papers under doors, but making sure my project gets completed on time.)
As one of the major landmarks of Carleton University, and because I pass it on my way to and from work, I decided to make it the location for this month's Where In Ottawa.
Congratulations to my dear old friend from Journalism School (which we didn't take at Carleton), Becky Garceau, for solving this photo challenge. Here are the clues that, with the photo, helped her locate the building:
- Rise above all others—Dunton Tower, at 22 storeys, is the tallest building on the Carleton campus.
- Quad = 5—when I was going to Carleton, Dunton Tower was one of four buildings that closed in the quad, a square park-like area that was popular for hanging out or studying. Today, five buildings surround the quad: Dunton Tower, MacOdrum Library, Paterson Hall, Tory Building, and Azrieli Pavilion.
- Way-higher learning—university is well-known as an institution of higher learning. If you took a class in Dunton Tower, you'd be way higher.
Thanks for everyone who played. The next Where In Ottawa will be on October 3.