Drew Murray, can credit his storied career partly to technology’s triumph over the curse of cursive. Now Murray, BA’97, MBA’06, is celebrating his debut novel, Broken Genius.
Western alumna Heidi Jacobs, MLIS’06, was awarded this year’s Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour for her debut novel ‘Molly of the Mall: Literary Lass and Purveyor of Fine Footwear.’
Connor Renton, BA’19, sees that you don’t think twice about the surfaces you touch. Door handles. ATM buttons. Keypads.
Western’s new Alumni Business Directory is offering a boost to purple-and-proud independent business owners, especially during these uncertain times.
First in her family to attend university right out of high school, Serena Mendizabal is aiming no lower than being a world-changer.
For Amr Alsabbagh, the Allyn & Betty Taylor Library at Western will always hold special significance. He spent many hours in that popular study spot, working alongside two familiar study buddies – his parents.
It has been a year like no other for Western graduates, so it makes sense that the university is marking their achievements with a celebration like no other in its history.
Amanda Wu and Dawson Li planned to spend their summer working with London non-profit organizations to create meaningful volunteer experiences for high school students.
Carolyn Tran has found balance in the beauty of science and music.
The first class to graduate with Bachelor of Music (Honors)/Honors Business Administration dual degrees is first class in every respect.
If they see a barn on fire, most people will call 911, stand back, wait for the firefighters and hope the horses survive. That’s the wise and considered approach, said Heather Joy Ross, LLB’84.
Dean Kernaghan’s portfolio opens with a quote: “You don’t have time to work fast.” Not only has he heard these words often from his mentor in the Engineering student shop, these are words he tries to live by.
Julia Curran got a late start – but she more than made up for lost time.
Perhaps it comes as no surprise where Javier Gomez Ospina is today, since his father is a civil engineer and his mother is an architect. Construction is in his blood.
Shirin Ahmed, MBA’20, has a vision for using business to make things better.
Western opened horizons Elliot Kimelman never expected to see, including viewing business through the eyes of a Dragon.
While business runs in the family for Riley Love, he took a slightly more circuitous route to fall in with the family tradition.
A trio of Western alumni, including the former head of the nation’s central bank, have been named to guide the university’s top economic think tank, Western and Ivey Business School announced June 15.
The stakes are high when you head a dynasty. But leading a program that holds the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) all-time record for the most consecutive championships in any sport, David Mill has excelled.
For his first two months at Western, Wesam AbdElhamid Mohamed was content to be ‘just’ a master’s student in Engineering. Then something happened.