Ontario University Athletics (OUA) and U Sports have announced the cancellation of winter sports varsity games.
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.
In a first-of-its-kind program at Western, 100 peer leaders are helping first-year students thrive through university expectations and online learning.
From discovering the drivers of business sustainability to examining the genetics of ovarian cancer, Western’s undergraduates are winning global recognition.
Lemos Rodrigues didn’t leave his suite for the next 14 days – not unlike hundreds of other international students.
Through rain, shine, and a pandemic, OServes connects more than 1,000 student volunteers with non-profit organizations.
Andrew Duhasky is unit chef at Ontario Hall and wants to make sure the food is better, much better, than just ‘good’.
This year’s incoming medical school class at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry will include a diverse cohort of students that are more representative of Canadian communities.
Western has appointed Terry McQuaid – a psychologist with national leadership experience in equity, mental health and violence prevention – as its first Director of Student Wellness & Well-being.
Six of the country’s highest-achieving secondary school graduates will begin their studies at Western this fall as recipients of prestigious Schulich Leader Scholarships.
Summer Shakespeare enters its 40thyear with a production of Pandemic Julius Caesar inspired by North America’s own Ides of March.
A $9.2-million gift from Jeff and Shelley Parr has helped Western University launch a centre dedicated to student mental health and well-being.
Christy Xie designed a driving simulator en route to Western as a Schulich Leader Scholarship winner.
Developed by a pair of Western students, Smile Masks are partly transparent face coverings that allow the wearer to speak, emote and make themselves understood by people who need to both see and hear you.
Western Continuing Studies will relocate from Citi Plaza to Main Campus in Fall 2021, as the university continues to explore local partnerships to deliver lifelong learning opportunities downtown and elsewhere in London.
COVID-19 has exacerbated the problems of racial injustice, isolation, frustration and stagnation and caused higher unemployment, which provides the time to air these grievances. When coupled with mixed messages from elites, the spark lit a fire that continues to burn.
Western will welcome first-year students to campus this fall with a new strategy that offers more sustained support to help them learn, lead and thrive. It’s an all-in approach focused on setting them up for long-term success at university.
Living a too-distant border away from his grandmother, Medical Sciences/Biology student Harshil Shah worried about how some isolated, elderly people were managing without the help they needed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Campus cyclists can now enlist the help of thousands of extra eyes across the city in an effort to keep their bikes safe from thieves, thanks to a new partnership with 529 Garage.
Creative ideas to grow Indigenous teaching and learning across campus will get a boost from a new Indigenous Learning Fund, university officials announced.