It’s important for graduates to reflect on what they want to do with their education, not just who they want to be, said founder of GoodLife fitness clubs David Patchell-Evans at the Wednesday, June 20 afternoon session of Western’s 299th Convocation.
Grace Wang and Gurleen Chahal have been named Western’s recipients of inaugural Schulich Leader Scholarships. A new national scholarship program created by Canadian business leader and philanthropist Seymour Schulich, Schulich Leaders receive four-year, $60,000 scholarships to study at one of 20 designated universities in Canada.
To not give any coverage of the countless people who came out to see the astronomical event of the Venus transit hosted by the Physics & Astronomy Department on June 5 in the Daily News Service seems a gross misrepresentation of the mandate given to Western News.
Kudos and a hearty thank you to Western administration and Campus Community Police Services for their courageous moral stance in banning ne’er-do-wells Michael Roy and Anthony Verberckmoes from campus for a year.
From April 29-May 5, Dr. James Koropatnick and myself, both of the London Regional Cancer Program (LRCP), Lawson Health Research Institute (LHRI) and Western, were guests of Dr. Yousef Najajreh, College of Pharmacy associate professor and scientific research dean at Al-Quds University in Jerusalem, Palestine.