What does it mean to be a Catholic university in this day and age?
Reflecting on the 40th anniversary of the Chilean coup, David Heap reminds us (Four decades later, coup in Chile offers lessons, Sept. 5) “historical memory matters.”
Recent news reports that Schulich Medicine & Dentistry professor Dr. Tarek Loubani has begun a hunger strike in protest to his detainment by the Egyptian government has heightened concern for the well-being of our academic colleague.
University life can be difficult enough to adapt to without a language barrier to scale. But thanks to Western’s new English Language Centre (ELC), that obstacle will be lowered for a group of 85 international first-year students before classwork even begins.
Western neuroscientists have discovered the underlying molecular process by which opiate addiction develops in the brain, according to a study published in the Sept. 11 issue of The Journal of Neuroscience.