As a teenager, Michael Iannozzi was warned away from being a poet. “That’s a hard route to take I was told. So I went around it a different way,” said the Linguistics masters student.
The way Tom Cull sees it, London is on the verge of a Renaissance – an overdue makeover led by local artists taking the torch to forge a new image of the Forest City.
A new study by Western demonstrates that smaller carnivores, like European badgers, that may be prey to large carnivores, actually perceive humans as far more frightening.
Michael Pearce remembers taking the Business Decision Making course at Western in 1964. So, 10 years later, when he took over as director of the Pre-Business program, who better to join a cast of co-authors in helping ‘write the book’ on the course.