Western is bringing campus icons to the doors and screens of the fall Class of 2020 – from personalized gift boxes to images of the places, people and things that have become symbols of their alma mater.
The bracelet, a rugby ball strung through with a blue paracord, bears the initials of Samuel James Baker. It is an enduring memorial to Sam Baker, said his friend Sepand Mesgarzadeh, an Ivey Business student who designed it and is selling identical ones as a...
Integrated science gold medalist Jeremiah Joseph says the chance to make a difference fuels his aspirations.
Struggling London families will soon receive 1,000 care packages prepared by Western students through this year’s OServes day.
Jaqueline Shi’s short film, ‘Little Red’ is a tribute to her grandmother and a featured entry into the 2020 Forest City Film Festival.
A master’s degree in communications is offering Kat Brown-Blake something her 15-year career as a lawyer in Florida wasn’t able to – a sense of greater purpose.
Ellie Sak may well be the first business student in Ivey Business School history to clinch an internship by reciting Robert Frost poems. And, to borrow from the poet’s voice, that has made all the difference in helping her land a career she loves.
Do more, give more, give back. That has become a personal mantra for Jodi Mabee, Western’s sponsored employee to support the annual United Way Elgin Middlesex fundraising campaign.
Joel Faflak’s faculty profile will tell you he teaches British Romantic poetry of the 18th century. But the award-winning prof will tell you – and his students and colleagues will attest – that his primary aim is to teach to the soul, to their humanity itself.
Nursing student Emma Van Dyk, who is legally blind, can now read directly from a textbook with the help of eSight goggles that provide her with portable vision.
A two-hour music-and-stories showcase on Oct. 17 will cap a Homecoming program that builds on Western’s tradition as best in Canada.
A pair of Western engineers – both curling competitors – has helped explain the science behind an international sweeping debate dubbed Broomgate.
A Western-led study aims to get more people moving as they work from home during COVID-19.
Researchers at the Huron Community History Centre and Western Libraries are uncovering hidden histories of area communities with a digital mapping project that shares places and the past.
This fall, Western is aiming for a clean slate in more ways than one as the term starts with an emphasis on health and safety as well as quality education and student growth.
Lemos Rodrigues didn’t leave his suite for the next 14 days – not unlike hundreds of other international students.
The Take Care Western strategy is a reminder to take care of yourself, take care of each other and take care of your community.
The ideal political conversation is a lot like a visit to the local coffee shop, says professor Nigmendra Narain.
Soprano Adriana Orozco Burbano practises an aria while wearing her facemask – one of many health precautions adopted at Western’s Don Wright Faculty of Music this fall.
The challenges of converting 3,000 in-person classes to remote course instruction have been Herculean – but teamwork and collective commitment have made it happen.