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Cheerleader enters ring of Cirque du Soleil

Cheerleader enters ring of Cirque du Soleil

While many of his classmates are applying to professional programs
and postgraduate studies, or looking to the career world, Aaron
Charbonneau is dreaming about running away and joining the circus.

In Memoriam – Josephine Moore

In Memoriam – Josephine Moore

Former University of Western Ontario Computer Science staff member,
Josephine Moore, died Feb. 13 at the age of 79. Moore retired in
1988 with 19 years of service.

Forum on ‘transmedia’

Forum on ‘transmedia’

The Department of English and the Faculty of Media Studies at The
University of Western Ontario are hosting a unique,
cross-disciplinary forum on ‘transmedia’ on Friday, March 6.

Western goes boldly into space

Western goes boldly into space

In a bold venture uniting scientists who study space with engineers
who design space systems and robotics, The University of Western
Ontario is launching the Centre for Planetary Science and
Exploration (CPSX) and the Canadian Lunar Research Network (CLRN).

Study: Why is Ontario ‘risky’ for wind energy investments?

Study: Why is Ontario ‘risky’ for wind energy investments?

A new study of Ontario wind power by Richard Ivey School of
Business researchers Guy Holburn and Charles Morand suggests the
provincial government should enact bold legislation on renewable
energy, with long-term capacity targets, to attract cautious
investors.

Allahar’s Best Lecturer video airs Sunday

Allahar’s Best Lecturer video airs Sunday

Western Sociology professor Anton Allahar’s lecture, part of the
Top 10 for TVO’s Big Ideas Best Lecturer Competition, is scheduled
to air this Sunday (Mar. 1) at 4 p.m. on TVO (Channel 2 in London).

Numerous teams among tops in Ontario, Canada

Numerous teams among tops in Ontario, Canada

From the Mustangs football team making a run at the Vanier cup and
the men’s squash team earning its 26th consecutive provincial title
to basketball phenomenon Amanda Anderson capturing Western’s
all-time scoring record, it has been a banner year for University
of Western Ontario athletes.

South Asian Health Symposium

South Asian Health Symposium

The South Asian Medical Students’ Association is hosting the second
annual South Asian Health Symposium on March 8.

Cheerleader enters ring of Cirque du Soleil

Cheerleader enters ring of Cirque du Soleil

While many of his classmates are applying to professional programs
and postgraduate studies, or looking to the career world, Aaron
Charbonneau is dreaming about running away and joining the circus.

In Memoriam – Josephine Moore

In Memoriam – Josephine Moore

Former University of Western Ontario Computer Science staff member,
Josephine Moore, died Feb. 13 at the age of 79. Moore retired in
1988 with 19 years of service.

Forum on ‘transmedia’

Forum on ‘transmedia’

The Department of English and the Faculty of Media Studies at The
University of Western Ontario are hosting a unique,
cross-disciplinary forum on ‘transmedia’ on Friday, March 6.

Western goes boldly into space

Western goes boldly into space

In a bold venture uniting scientists who study space with engineers
who design space systems and robotics, The University of Western
Ontario is launching the Centre for Planetary Science and
Exploration (CPSX) and the Canadian Lunar Research Network (CLRN).

Study: Why is Ontario ‘risky’ for wind energy investments?

Study: Why is Ontario ‘risky’ for wind energy investments?

A new study of Ontario wind power by Richard Ivey School of
Business researchers Guy Holburn and Charles Morand suggests the
provincial government should enact bold legislation on renewable
energy, with long-term capacity targets, to attract cautious
investors.

Allahar’s Best Lecturer video airs Sunday

Allahar’s Best Lecturer video airs Sunday

Western Sociology professor Anton Allahar’s lecture, part of the
Top 10 for TVO’s Big Ideas Best Lecturer Competition, is scheduled
to air this Sunday (Mar. 1) at 4 p.m. on TVO (Channel 2 in London).

Numerous teams among tops in Ontario, Canada

Numerous teams among tops in Ontario, Canada

From the Mustangs football team making a run at the Vanier cup and
the men’s squash team earning its 26th consecutive provincial title
to basketball phenomenon Amanda Anderson capturing Western’s
all-time scoring record, it has been a banner year for University
of Western Ontario athletes.