Misha Donskov, MA’11 (Kinesiology), rolled the dice on a franchise that did not exist – no nickname, no uniform and, to most observers, no chance. But that gamble is paying off today as his Las Vegas Golden Knights are a handful of wins away from a Staley Cup in its inaugural season.
The toughest part of cancer was not the idea of dying – it was finding himself in remission yet unable to do what he once could. You see, Jay Kiew was worried about not being able to ever see the world.
Western continues to celebrate its 311th Convocation alongside hundreds of freshly minted graduates and their families and friends this week. Ceremonies, featuring addresses by the following honorary degree recipients, are scheduled for the following days.
There was no reason to think the mummified remains were anything but a bird.
No matter if making connections across the centuries, or just around the corner, Genevieve de Viveiros’ exploration of a 19th-Century French novelist has led to 21st-Century insights about the spread of ideas and the place of her community in the world.