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Vanier Cup tickets on sale, honorary chair announced

Vanier Cup tickets on sale, honorary chair announced

It is an exciting day on the road to the 2022 Vanier Cup as tickets for the U SPORTS Canadian national championship game go on sale today, and Western announces the naming of retired London Police chief Murray Faulkner as honorary chair of the organizing  …

Women’s softball team wins championship

Women’s softball team wins championship

The University of Western Ontario women’s softball team wrapped up their undefeated season with a 6-0 victory over the University of Calgary Dinos Sunday afternoon in Windsor to capture the National Softball Championship.

Western astronomers celebrate space, Earth

Western astronomers celebrate space, Earth

The University of Western Ontario will host a pair of special events Saturday (Oct. 8) at the London Regional Children’s Museum in celebration of World Space Week and Earth Science Week.

New day dawning downtown?

The University of Western Ontario has been given the green light to start preparing a comprehensive business plan for the use of London City Hall and other areas of the Civic Campus, following a motion approved this week during a special meeting of the London city council.

Etherington: Medical school fuels Western’s legacy

Etherington: Medical school fuels Western’s legacy

On Homecoming weekend, the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry very properly celebrated the 130th anniversary of its founding and a proud history it is, with medicine being the only course of study in continuous operation at Western (‘Reflecting on medical school’s history,’ Sept. 29).

Lindberg: Encouraging a bit of bus courtesy

Lindberg: Encouraging a bit of bus courtesy

I take the No. 13 Wellington bus daily to work downtown. This route takes many students to the Western campus for their classes and, as a result, it’s particularly crowded.

Foster: Thanks from libraries for Homecoming success

Foster: Thanks from libraries for Homecoming success

With the excitement of Western’s Homecoming 2011 still fresh in our hearts, I wish to take a moment to thank friends and donors of Western Libraries for making Libraries’ annual Homecoming celebration on Saturday, Oct. 1, an unforgettable experience.

Western, PSAC reach tentative agreement

Western, PSAC reach tentative agreement

The University of Western Ontario and the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC), representing approximately 40 Post Doctoral Associates (PDAs) at the university, have reached a tentative agreement on terms of their employment conditions.

Finnish professor to lecture on physical education

Finnish professor to lecture on physical education

Paivi Berg, Department of Social Psychology, University of Helsinki, Finland, will deliver two lectures this week at events sponsored by The University of Western Ontario’s Faculty of Education Research Office.

Truth and Reconciliation book launch today

Truth and Reconciliation book launch today

The Public Humanities @ Western presents the launch of Cultivating Canada: Reconciliation Through the Lens of Cultural Diversity, the third and final volume in the Aboriginal Healing Foundation’s series on Truth and Reconciliation, today (Oct. 3).

Women’s softball team wins championship

Women’s softball team wins championship

The University of Western Ontario women’s softball team wrapped up their undefeated season with a 6-0 victory over the University of Calgary Dinos Sunday afternoon in Windsor to capture the National Softball Championship.

Western astronomers celebrate space, Earth

Western astronomers celebrate space, Earth

The University of Western Ontario will host a pair of special events Saturday (Oct. 8) at the London Regional Children’s Museum in celebration of World Space Week and Earth Science Week.

New day dawning downtown?

The University of Western Ontario has been given the green light to start preparing a comprehensive business plan for the use of London City Hall and other areas of the Civic Campus, following a motion approved this week during a special meeting of the London city council.

Etherington: Medical school fuels Western’s legacy

Etherington: Medical school fuels Western’s legacy

On Homecoming weekend, the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry very properly celebrated the 130th anniversary of its founding and a proud history it is, with medicine being the only course of study in continuous operation at Western (‘Reflecting on medical school’s history,’ Sept. 29).

Lindberg: Encouraging a bit of bus courtesy

Lindberg: Encouraging a bit of bus courtesy

I take the No. 13 Wellington bus daily to work downtown. This route takes many students to the Western campus for their classes and, as a result, it’s particularly crowded.

Foster: Thanks from libraries for Homecoming success

Foster: Thanks from libraries for Homecoming success

With the excitement of Western’s Homecoming 2011 still fresh in our hearts, I wish to take a moment to thank friends and donors of Western Libraries for making Libraries’ annual Homecoming celebration on Saturday, Oct. 1, an unforgettable experience.

Western, PSAC reach tentative agreement

Western, PSAC reach tentative agreement

The University of Western Ontario and the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC), representing approximately 40 Post Doctoral Associates (PDAs) at the university, have reached a tentative agreement on terms of their employment conditions.

Finnish professor to lecture on physical education

Finnish professor to lecture on physical education

Paivi Berg, Department of Social Psychology, University of Helsinki, Finland, will deliver two lectures this week at events sponsored by The University of Western Ontario’s Faculty of Education Research Office.

Truth and Reconciliation book launch today

Truth and Reconciliation book launch today

The Public Humanities @ Western presents the launch of Cultivating Canada: Reconciliation Through the Lens of Cultural Diversity, the third and final volume in the Aboriginal Healing Foundation’s series on Truth and Reconciliation, today (Oct. 3).