Classical Studies students and researchers from Western were part of an international team that recently discovered a cache of 25 Roman letters at Vindolanda, a first century Roman fort located one mile south of Hadrian’s Wall in Northern England.
Biology professor Greg Thorn has shaken the mycological world with not one but three discoveries about prized edible mushrooms called golden chanterelles.
This year, Western Chaplain Michael Wagenman will offer Alternative Spring Break participants a trip to Bristol, U.K., where students will explore the role of Christianity in sustainable cities, urban development and cultural renewal.
In September, fourth-year Arts & Humanities student Sydney Brooman begins her term as the 2017 Student Writer-in-Residence, a unique to North America position developed by the University Students’ Council and Department of English and Writing Studies.
When it comes to arresting cancer’s joyride through the body, one Western researcher’s work looks to be the ‘traffic cop’ on the bloodstream highway.