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Join the conversation on campus sustainability

Join the conversation on campus sustainability

As part of Western’s Imagine 2022 initiative, you are invited to participate in a Virtual Sustainability Slam, an online brainstorming session on sustainability ideas for the Western community.

Stroke prevention clinics help reduce mortality rates

Stroke prevention clinics help reduce mortality rates

Research led by Dr. Vladimir Hachinski of The University of Western Ontario reveals just how important it is for patients to be referred to a stroke prevention clinic following either a mild stroke or a transient ischemic attack (TIA).

Western’s future may be written in STARS

Western’s future may be written in STARS

The University of Western Ontario has its environmental lens pointed towards the STARS. But if results are to be believed, the university may need to sharpen its focus to be among Canada’s most sustainable campuses.

Tally for violence ‘shocking’

Tally for violence ‘shocking’

The economic costs for women who leave an abusive partner do not end once they walk out the door. In fact, the ongoing costs in Canada equal a staggering $6.9 billion annually.

Winders: Don’t lose sight of research’s gifts

My dad is dying. Not in that ‘tomorrow is promised to no man’ sort of way. He knows his end is coming sooner than most. But being Midwestern, Lutheran and a certified public accountant, he isn’t one for emotional reactions to, well, anything.

Immigration defines Canada, not just its politics

At the height of the recent provincial election, the nation’s economic struggles were at the forefront of debate. When an ‘Us vs. Them’ mentality began to rear its head, one student couldn’t help but notice its impact on Canada’s longstanding multicultural identity.

Violence no longer ‘part of the game’

Violence no longer ‘part of the game’

CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada personality Don Cherry has built a career on celebrating fighting in hockey. But in light of a public growing less and less tolerant of sports violence, even the colourful commentator has been forced to back down.

Join the conversation on campus sustainability

Join the conversation on campus sustainability

As part of Western’s Imagine 2022 initiative, you are invited to participate in a Virtual Sustainability Slam, an online brainstorming session on sustainability ideas for the Western community.

Stroke prevention clinics help reduce mortality rates

Stroke prevention clinics help reduce mortality rates

Research led by Dr. Vladimir Hachinski of The University of Western Ontario reveals just how important it is for patients to be referred to a stroke prevention clinic following either a mild stroke or a transient ischemic attack (TIA).

Western’s future may be written in STARS

Western’s future may be written in STARS

The University of Western Ontario has its environmental lens pointed towards the STARS. But if results are to be believed, the university may need to sharpen its focus to be among Canada’s most sustainable campuses.

Tally for violence ‘shocking’

Tally for violence ‘shocking’

The economic costs for women who leave an abusive partner do not end once they walk out the door. In fact, the ongoing costs in Canada equal a staggering $6.9 billion annually.

Winders: Don’t lose sight of research’s gifts

My dad is dying. Not in that ‘tomorrow is promised to no man’ sort of way. He knows his end is coming sooner than most. But being Midwestern, Lutheran and a certified public accountant, he isn’t one for emotional reactions to, well, anything.

Immigration defines Canada, not just its politics

At the height of the recent provincial election, the nation’s economic struggles were at the forefront of debate. When an ‘Us vs. Them’ mentality began to rear its head, one student couldn’t help but notice its impact on Canada’s longstanding multicultural identity.

Violence no longer ‘part of the game’

Violence no longer ‘part of the game’

CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada personality Don Cherry has built a career on celebrating fighting in hockey. But in light of a public growing less and less tolerant of sports violence, even the colourful commentator has been forced to back down.