Althea Blackburn-Evans has been named Western’s first-ever Chief Communications Officer in a reorganized communications portfolio, President Alan Shepard announced today.
No need to ‘Cry Me A River’ over this list, as there is plenty for everyone when Helen Connell, Associate Vice-President (Communications and Public Affairs), takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.
Starting Friday, April 26, Inside Western will now arrive in your Western e-mailbox twice a week – Tuesdays and Fridays.
The biggest stage in Canadian music was tinted purple Sunday night as Western alumni and students kicked off the 2019 Juno Awards with a surprise “once-in-a-lifetime performance.”
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.
As the new academic year kicks off at Western, the university is introducing a new communication tool to alert the campus community in the event of an emergency.
Find out what’s creepy and cool and allows Mathew Hoy to block out the world and keep his head in the code.
Libraries are great for borrowing books, magazines and music. And now, board games, too? Thanks to a donation by Project Play – an annual gamer event co-led by Western website developer Mathew Hoy – Londoners now have free borrowing access to a range of some of the...
As 2017 winds down, Western News brings you a list of book recommendations from members of our campus community. Included are the year’s favourite reads from students, staff, faculty and alumni.
You’re going to see a lot of red and white mixed in with purple next year as the university prepares to help Canada celebrate its sesquicentennial.
The Western Award of Excellence has welcomed six more individuals and one team to Western’s highest level of recognition for staff members.
The sight of family and friends angling for a better view of their loved ones crossing the Alumni Hall stage has been as common as gowns and gonfalons at Western’s Convocation. Now, guests may have to strain their necks no more. A large-screen video display board made...
Just a few short months after the launch of the image-hosting website Flickr in 2004, Western posted its first photo – a simple shot of the Physics & Astronomy building.
Almost three years ago while noshing on some chicken wings, two tech-savvy and game-friendly family men, Mathew Hoy and Greg Picken, came up with a brilliant idea. So splendid, in fact, the charity that idea spawned is now a finalist for the 2013 Pillar Community Innovation Awards.
Western has enlisted some familiar faces to tell its extraordinary story. And this month, that story goes national.
It’s covering a story almost 135 years old, and coming to a television near you soon. ‘Western Revealed,’ a new program about Western and its people, debuts next week on Rogers TV.
Mathew Hoy is the first to tell you rebuilding the university’s web presence is not a one-man show.
Things are looking a bit different today on the university’s website. Actually, they look a lot different.
Why not share your most memorable moments as a Western University student and become the ‘Face of Western.’
In some ways, it’s back to the future for Western University.
Today, Western rolled out a new visual identity – and with it a ‘new’ name – top administrators say will project a more unified brand as well as better position the university on the global stage.