The stakes are high when you head a dynasty. But leading a program that holds the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) all-time record for the most consecutive championships in any sport, David Mill has excelled.
For his first two months at Western, Wesam AbdElhamid Mohamed was content to be ‘just’ a master’s student in Engineering. Then something happened.
Perhaps we should has guessed that the boy who liked to act ended up as the grad who can control the courtroom like a stage.
For someone with only a tepid appreciation of learning the language in high school, Kylie Patton has embraced the language in university.
Alex Levit, MD/PhD’20, sees the entire scientific process as a creative endeavour – from coming up with the research question, to finding ways to answer it, to writing about the findings in a meaningful way.
Rhys Wickens, BSc’20, likes to venture into the unknown. He left his hometown of Calgary to come to Western; he took a year off school for an internship; he’s looking into becoming an entrepreneur.
One day, Mohammad Noor Tamim hopes to go back to Syria. And when he does, it will be to put his whole heart into rebuilding his war-torn homeland.
It was quite the finish to Ian Villamagna’s PhD career at Western.
Stefanie Tom came to Western keen on drawing as much as possible from the experience – and on giving back as much as she could to the school that welcomed her for five years.
Erin Anderson is becoming more comfortable with uncertainty. Often meticulous about planning her life decisions, she’s learning to roll with the punches.
Jumping into the pool that day, Megan Van Gorp did not expect that the next hour would play a major role in changing her life.
When Ethan Thomas arrived at Western, he felt alone and out of place. He missed his family and friends, longing for the ceremonies he embraced growing up in Six Nations of the Grand River territory. That soon changed.
While his final eSport season ended prematurely, Kyle Raposo will graduate with memories of more than just titles.
“I will take action for a better world.” This line is not only part of the Girl Guides of Canada’s Guiding Promise, but a personal mission statement for Michelle Quaye.
About a year into her internship, and some 80 feet up in the air, Katrina Petahtegoose had a revelation.