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Are you the face of Western?

Are you the face of Western?

Why not share your most memorable moments as a Western student and
become the ‘Face of Western’.

Ivey HBA program accredited by CMA

Ivey HBA program accredited by CMA

The Society of Management Accountants of Canada (CMA Canada), a
world leader in shaping strategic management accounting
professionals, has awarded a five-year accreditation of the Ivey
School of Business Honors Business Administration (HBA) program.

In Memoriam – Katharina Paschenko

In Memoriam – Katharina Paschenko

The flag will be at half-mast Wednesday, Jan. 21 until noon for
former Physical Plant caretaker Katharina Paschenko, who retired in
2001 with 34 years of service.

Server maintenance might affect news access

Server maintenance might affect news access

Routine maintenance on University of Western Ontario servers will
be taking place Sunday, Feb. 1 between 6 a.m. and noon. As a
result, some news content may be unavailable from the homepage or
Western News archive during that period.

Movie series on aging begins Thursday

Movie series on aging begins Thursday

A documentary film about a teenage boy who checks himself into an
assisted living facility kicks off a three-part movie series on
health and aging Thursday. The series is hosted by graduate
students in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.

In Memoriam – Angus McKenzie

In Memoriam – Angus McKenzie

Western alumnus, former adjunct Law professor and honorary degree
recipient Angus McKenzie died Monday night in London at the age of
83.

Ageism in Academia

Ageism in Academia

The Equity Committee of University of Western Ontario Faculty
Association, along with the Office of the Provost, is co-hosting a
half-day workshop to raise awareness about age discrimination as a
human rights issue.

Men’s hockey coach earns 200th career victory

Men’s hockey coach earns 200th career victory

University of Western Ontario men’s hockey head coach Clarke Singer
earned his 200th win as a head coach as the Mustangs slammed the
Royal Military College Paladins 9-2 at Thompson Arena on Jan. 16.

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.

Are you the face of Western?

Are you the face of Western?

Why not share your most memorable moments as a Western student and
become the ‘Face of Western’.

Ivey HBA program accredited by CMA

Ivey HBA program accredited by CMA

The Society of Management Accountants of Canada (CMA Canada), a
world leader in shaping strategic management accounting
professionals, has awarded a five-year accreditation of the Ivey
School of Business Honors Business Administration (HBA) program.

In Memoriam – Katharina Paschenko

In Memoriam – Katharina Paschenko

The flag will be at half-mast Wednesday, Jan. 21 until noon for
former Physical Plant caretaker Katharina Paschenko, who retired in
2001 with 34 years of service.

Server maintenance might affect news access

Server maintenance might affect news access

Routine maintenance on University of Western Ontario servers will
be taking place Sunday, Feb. 1 between 6 a.m. and noon. As a
result, some news content may be unavailable from the homepage or
Western News archive during that period.

Movie series on aging begins Thursday

Movie series on aging begins Thursday

A documentary film about a teenage boy who checks himself into an
assisted living facility kicks off a three-part movie series on
health and aging Thursday. The series is hosted by graduate
students in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.

In Memoriam – Angus McKenzie

In Memoriam – Angus McKenzie

Western alumnus, former adjunct Law professor and honorary degree
recipient Angus McKenzie died Monday night in London at the age of
83.

Ageism in Academia

Ageism in Academia

The Equity Committee of University of Western Ontario Faculty
Association, along with the Office of the Provost, is co-hosting a
half-day workshop to raise awareness about age discrimination as a
human rights issue.