“You’re exploiting me,” she said. “You’re trying to dig something out of me.” She didn’t hang up. Instead, there were the sounds of the key in her office door, her loud, shaky breathing.
A new economic model developed at Western calculates the cost of reallocating working‐age Canadians (20-64 years old) from one industry to another and shows that an unwillingness by many to relocate or change careers hurts the economy and leads to high unemployment regionally and nationally.
Paul Soles, BA’53, had no idea you still cared about all that “old stuff.”
For American composers seeking a unique, American sound, the reverberations of the Cold War were palpable. As Emily Abrams Ansari sees it, the tension between the East and West transformed the nation’s music as it indelibly affected those who produced it.