From exploring behaviour change strategies to dishing out Mango Tango, Joel Kang is now a scoop above the rest.
If you ever wondered what it would take to make the Canadian economy work for everyone, then look no further than when Law professor Frankie Young takes her turn on Read. Watch. Listen.
Graduate students from across North America will hit all the right notes on campus as Western plays host to the annual Graduate Symposium on Music, Aug.16-17. It is an annual event that takes flight thanks to the commitment of students, who have run it from its inception two decades ago.
She has one foot in journalism and another in poetry. She writes in English (mostly), but speaks French at home. She writes fearless opinions for all to see, but would rather be birdwatching alone. She loves reading for fun – except during the school year when it seems like work. Gabreielle Drolet eludes easy boxes – and she likes it that way.
For the first – and only – time, the public stepped inside an advanced containment facility which will soon be home to Western’s world-renowned infectious diseases research teams.