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Employee groups seek layoff alternatives

Employee groups seek layoff alternatives

Two of the larger employee groups on campus are urging university
administrators to re-consider their approach to trimming budgets in
order to avoid layoffs of staff and faculty.

Western to welcome Chakma

Western to welcome Chakma

The campus community is invited to welcome The University of
Western Ontario’s next president Amit Chakma at a Great Hall
reception Friday (Jan. 23) from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.

United Way results

United Way results

The campus community is invited to celebrate as Western prepares to
unveil its United Way campaign results – in true mustang style –
this Monday (Jan 26) at the Great Hall beginning at 11 a.m.

Teaching gets a Second Life

Teaching gets a Second Life

In another lifetime, University of Western Ontario Psychology
professor Mike Atkinson would be teaching his classes on a beach on
Bora Bora Island.

Think Western, think the arts

Think Western, think the arts

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities took on new leadership last fall
when former University of Guelph professor Donna Pennee became
dean. Pennee, a first-generation university graduate, started her
academic career in the sciences, but quickly found the degree
requirements in the arts challenged her in a new and exciting way.

Sharp learning curve for rookie MP

Sharp learning curve for rookie MP

In the Canadian political arena, labeled by many as being crammed
with way too much personal drama and showboating, Ed Holder would
seem to be the exception to rule.

Wrestling Olympian to help Mustang program

Wrestling Olympian to help Mustang program

Beijing Olympian Saeed Azarbayjani will join the coaching staff of
the London-Western Wrestling Club and as an assistant coach with
the Western Mustangs varsity wrestling team.

Alt-fuel vehicles join campus fleet

Alt-fuel vehicles join campus fleet

“Vroom, vroom” has a new ring to it in Physical Plant. More to the
point, it may have no sound at all as the division looks to
incorporate alternative-fuel vehicles to its fleet.

Pounds just rebound with fad diets

Pounds just rebound with fad diets

With the garland and mistletoe stored away for another year, many
Canadians are now left to face this year`s challenge: the New
Year’s resolution.

Employee groups seek layoff alternatives

Employee groups seek layoff alternatives

Two of the larger employee groups on campus are urging university
administrators to re-consider their approach to trimming budgets in
order to avoid layoffs of staff and faculty.

Western to welcome Chakma

Western to welcome Chakma

The campus community is invited to welcome The University of
Western Ontario’s next president Amit Chakma at a Great Hall
reception Friday (Jan. 23) from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.

United Way results

United Way results

The campus community is invited to celebrate as Western prepares to
unveil its United Way campaign results – in true mustang style –
this Monday (Jan 26) at the Great Hall beginning at 11 a.m.

Teaching gets a Second Life

Teaching gets a Second Life

In another lifetime, University of Western Ontario Psychology
professor Mike Atkinson would be teaching his classes on a beach on
Bora Bora Island.

Think Western, think the arts

Think Western, think the arts

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities took on new leadership last fall
when former University of Guelph professor Donna Pennee became
dean. Pennee, a first-generation university graduate, started her
academic career in the sciences, but quickly found the degree
requirements in the arts challenged her in a new and exciting way.

Sharp learning curve for rookie MP

Sharp learning curve for rookie MP

In the Canadian political arena, labeled by many as being crammed
with way too much personal drama and showboating, Ed Holder would
seem to be the exception to rule.

Wrestling Olympian to help Mustang program

Wrestling Olympian to help Mustang program

Beijing Olympian Saeed Azarbayjani will join the coaching staff of
the London-Western Wrestling Club and as an assistant coach with
the Western Mustangs varsity wrestling team.

Alt-fuel vehicles join campus fleet

Alt-fuel vehicles join campus fleet

“Vroom, vroom” has a new ring to it in Physical Plant. More to the
point, it may have no sound at all as the division looks to
incorporate alternative-fuel vehicles to its fleet.

Pounds just rebound with fad diets

Pounds just rebound with fad diets

With the garland and mistletoe stored away for another year, many
Canadians are now left to face this year`s challenge: the New
Year’s resolution.