2020 at Western will forever be known as a watershed.
Western shone an unblinking spotlight on the scourge of racism and the shadows of colonialism.
The graduate students’ Western home became a focal point for a community remembering their lives and grieving their loss.
A raft of gifts and investments showed faith in the quality and support of Western and its people.
Western’s renewed and renewable commitment to sustainability is far more than a (phosphate-free) laundry list of activities.
“Because of COVID” became shorthand for the myriad ways we became experts in the art of the pivot.
The Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children is providing domestic violence training for federally regulated employers and their employees.
The prestigious prizes are awarded in honour of John C. Polanyi, who won the 1986 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his research in chemical kinetics.
The 2020 Western Award of Excellence represents the highest honour for staff achievement at the university.
The prolific Canadian opera director starts his appointment next summer.
The longer the pandemic goes on, the greater the risk Canadians will struggle to adhere to guidelines and restrictions.
The Ontario government has appointed Western chancellor Linda Hasenfratz and Western bioethicist Maxwell Smith among eight members of the Ministers’ COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Task Force.
Men appear to far outnumber women in their preference for using specialty Zoom backgrounds.
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry professor Lisa Saksida and nine Western alumnae have been named recipients of the 2020 Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award.
Five teams of Western alumni entrepreneurs are set to make their pitch to investors.
A longstanding partnership between Western students and community groups in Africa took place virtually, from locations all across the globe.
Transparency by pharmaceutical companies is one key to building trust and ensuring people agree to vaccination.
In the history of computational art in Canada, a group of forward-thinking artists and technicians at Western played a starring role.
Imagine you have to say an unfamiliar name and are afraid to say it wrong. Here’s why, and how, to get it right.
After leading Western’s academic operations through the tumultuous COVID-19 pandemic, Professor Andrew Hrymak will take on a critical new role in building Western’s future, as special advisor to President Alan Shepard on industry partnerships, the green economy, and sustainability.