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Alumni named to London Inc.’s 20 under 40

Alumni named to London Inc.’s 20 under 40

Eleven Western alumni are among an “inspirational group” named to London, Ont.’s 20 Under 40 Class of 2021. Organized by the Twenty Under Forty Foundation, in association with London Inc. magazine, the program celebrates younger Londoners who are  …

Bailey: Stories build belonging

Bailey: Stories build belonging

“Belonging is an active verb,” Cameron Bailey, artistic director and co-chair of the Toronto International Film Festival, said as he was awarded an honorary degree at Western’s 312th Convocation.

The ‘unstoppable’ power of Grayskull

The ‘unstoppable’ power of Grayskull

Chances are, you remember your first action hero. And if you are like Rob McCallum, you will remember Adam, prince of Eternia and defender of the secrets of Castle Grayskull. “We all have that one thing – whether it’s Hot Wheels, or Barbie, or Nintendo or something...

Miracle grad beats the odds

Miracle grad beats the odds

Serena Tejpar is not supposed to be alive. Now, three years after a catastrophic car crash, the 21-year-old will cross the stage with her classmates on Wednesday morning at Western’s 312thConvocation as she earns her Bachelor of Medical Sciences (Honors) degree.

Western celebrates Homecoming 2018

Western celebrates Homecoming 2018

You couldn’t get a whole lot more #purpleandproud than Homecoming 2018. See the slideshow for some football magic that boosted the Mustangs’ undefeated record in the regular season.

Western’s Special Olympics legacy grows

Western’s Special Olympics legacy grows

Western is poised to lead international research on how sports benefits people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, through a $1.5-million donation honouring Special Olympics pioneer Frank Hayden.

An homage to change, food – and love

An homage to change, food – and love

When the world whirls faster every day, it helps to embrace the spin. Terry Rice, Western’s executive director of Marketing Communications, makes pays homage to smart change, great food and brilliant music in this latest chapter of Read. Watch. Listen.

Alumni named Top 20 Under 40

Alumni named Top 20 Under 40

Western University congratulates eight of its alumni for being named to London’s Top 20 Under 40, as identified by London Inc. magazine, for 2018. The honour is awarded to young leaders who make a difference in the community. Alumni honoured this year include: Chris...

The ‘Philly welcome’ and other hockey tales

The ‘Philly welcome’ and other hockey tales

It was a nice Honda Accord. Sure, it had more than 300,000 clicks and was almost a decade old – but it was paid for. And it might never have been a story if not for being parked, with its Quebec licence plate in full view, in a rival town touted as the city of...

$7M gift to establish John F. Wood Centre at Ivey

$7M gift to establish John F. Wood Centre at Ivey

Ivey Business School has received a transformative, $7-million gift from John F. Wood, HBA ’64, to establish the John F. Wood Centre for Innovation in Business Learning. Building on Ivey’s global reputation for teaching excellence, the centre will allow Ivey to...

Alumni tapped for Governor General honours

Alumni tapped for Governor General honours

For more than 125 years, the Governor General’s Academic Gold Medals have recognized the outstanding scholastic achievements of students in Canada. The prestigious medal is based solely on academic criteria. Three Western graduates are among recipients of the honour...

Bailey: Stories build belonging

Bailey: Stories build belonging

“Belonging is an active verb,” Cameron Bailey, artistic director and co-chair of the Toronto International Film Festival, said as he was awarded an honorary degree at Western’s 312th Convocation.

The ‘unstoppable’ power of Grayskull

The ‘unstoppable’ power of Grayskull

Chances are, you remember your first action hero. And if you are like Rob McCallum, you will remember Adam, prince of Eternia and defender of the secrets of Castle Grayskull. “We all have that one thing – whether it’s Hot Wheels, or Barbie, or Nintendo or something...

Miracle grad beats the odds

Miracle grad beats the odds

Serena Tejpar is not supposed to be alive. Now, three years after a catastrophic car crash, the 21-year-old will cross the stage with her classmates on Wednesday morning at Western’s 312thConvocation as she earns her Bachelor of Medical Sciences (Honors) degree.

Western celebrates Homecoming 2018

Western celebrates Homecoming 2018

You couldn’t get a whole lot more #purpleandproud than Homecoming 2018. See the slideshow for some football magic that boosted the Mustangs’ undefeated record in the regular season.

Western’s Special Olympics legacy grows

Western’s Special Olympics legacy grows

Western is poised to lead international research on how sports benefits people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, through a $1.5-million donation honouring Special Olympics pioneer Frank Hayden.

An homage to change, food – and love

An homage to change, food – and love

When the world whirls faster every day, it helps to embrace the spin. Terry Rice, Western’s executive director of Marketing Communications, makes pays homage to smart change, great food and brilliant music in this latest chapter of Read. Watch. Listen.

Alumni named Top 20 Under 40

Alumni named Top 20 Under 40

Western University congratulates eight of its alumni for being named to London’s Top 20 Under 40, as identified by London Inc. magazine, for 2018. The honour is awarded to young leaders who make a difference in the community. Alumni honoured this year include: Chris...

The ‘Philly welcome’ and other hockey tales

The ‘Philly welcome’ and other hockey tales

It was a nice Honda Accord. Sure, it had more than 300,000 clicks and was almost a decade old – but it was paid for. And it might never have been a story if not for being parked, with its Quebec licence plate in full view, in a rival town touted as the city of...

$7M gift to establish John F. Wood Centre at Ivey

$7M gift to establish John F. Wood Centre at Ivey

Ivey Business School has received a transformative, $7-million gift from John F. Wood, HBA ’64, to establish the John F. Wood Centre for Innovation in Business Learning. Building on Ivey’s global reputation for teaching excellence, the centre will allow Ivey to...

Alumni tapped for Governor General honours

Alumni tapped for Governor General honours

For more than 125 years, the Governor General’s Academic Gold Medals have recognized the outstanding scholastic achievements of students in Canada. The prestigious medal is based solely on academic criteria. Three Western graduates are among recipients of the honour...