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Award-winning poet joins Western as new writer-in-residence

Award-winning poet joins Western as new writer-in-residence

Western’s 2022-23 writer-in-residence is January Rogers, a Mohawk/Tuscarora writer from Six Nations of the Grand River who aims to be an incubator of great ideas. Rogers works in page poetry, spoken word performance poetry, video poetry and recorded p …

Robson offers a royal review of writer’s life

Robson offers a royal review of writer’s life

What do you get the Royal Couple who has everything? Absolutely nothing. They are fine. But in honour of the big day, we offer you 50 insights into a writer’s life and writing from Western’s own literary royalty, Jennifer Robson, BA’92.

Western mourns death of King’s student

Western mourns death of King’s student

The Western community is mourning the death of Emil Pietruszewski, 21, a King’s University College student, who died in a multi-vehicle collision on Oct. 29.

Alumna, professor put mind, body through paces

Alumna, professor put mind, body through paces

Therapists often recommend exercise as part of a wellness prescription for people struggling through mental-health challenges. But it’s rare exercise and counselling are integral parts of the same psychotherapy session.

Efforts ‘like holding democracy in my hands’

Efforts ‘like holding democracy in my hands’

You can’t get much closer to the pulse of a nation’s democratic heart than was experienced by an invested group of Political Science students during the run-up to the federal election.

Western alumni, students among 20 20s list

Western alumni, students among 20 20s list

The Western community was well-represented among the city’s outstanding young professionals as numerous students and alumni were named to Business London’s 2019 20 In Their 20s list.

Course lands Juno Beach connections back home

Course lands Juno Beach connections back home

Graham Broad anticipates the looks on his students’ faces as they share the same soil as thousands of Canadian soldiers who stormed Juno Beach on June 6, 1944, during the Second World War.

Alumni take top honours among world’s best

Alumni take top honours among world’s best

Research papers by two recent Western graduates – Cynthia Qi and Madelaine Coelho – have been selected as the best in the world in their fields in the 2019 edition of The Undergraduate Awards.

Funny, catchy and stripped down

Funny, catchy and stripped down

You may not realize Ed buys houses, but you’ll understand that Graham knows good tunes when King’s University College professor Graham Broad when he takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

Course embeds students in federal electioneering

Course embeds students in federal electioneering

More than a dozen King’s University College students will hit the campaign trail as they hit the books thanks to a new Political Science class that looks to offer an insider’s understanding of political campaigns.

Epilepsy Toolkit earns national honours

Epilepsy Toolkit earns national honours

Sometimes when Dylan Di Girolamo zoned out in class, her teachers or classmates thought she was just tired. One person, thinking she was high, once phoned police for help. Unfortunately, those misconceptions about seizures did not simply vanish when someone thought to check her MedicAlert bracelet.

Vanier’s death turns eyes to legacy, ideas

Vanier’s death turns eyes to legacy, ideas

Jean Vanier’s legacy will continue on in the thousands of people committed to shared community among people with and without disabilities, says the Director of a new Western-based research centre founded in his name.

Robson offers a royal review of writer’s life

Robson offers a royal review of writer’s life

What do you get the Royal Couple who has everything? Absolutely nothing. They are fine. But in honour of the big day, we offer you 50 insights into a writer’s life and writing from Western’s own literary royalty, Jennifer Robson, BA’92.

Western mourns death of King’s student

Western mourns death of King’s student

The Western community is mourning the death of Emil Pietruszewski, 21, a King’s University College student, who died in a multi-vehicle collision on Oct. 29.

Alumna, professor put mind, body through paces

Alumna, professor put mind, body through paces

Therapists often recommend exercise as part of a wellness prescription for people struggling through mental-health challenges. But it’s rare exercise and counselling are integral parts of the same psychotherapy session.

Efforts ‘like holding democracy in my hands’

Efforts ‘like holding democracy in my hands’

You can’t get much closer to the pulse of a nation’s democratic heart than was experienced by an invested group of Political Science students during the run-up to the federal election.

Western alumni, students among 20 20s list

Western alumni, students among 20 20s list

The Western community was well-represented among the city’s outstanding young professionals as numerous students and alumni were named to Business London’s 2019 20 In Their 20s list.

Course lands Juno Beach connections back home

Course lands Juno Beach connections back home

Graham Broad anticipates the looks on his students’ faces as they share the same soil as thousands of Canadian soldiers who stormed Juno Beach on June 6, 1944, during the Second World War.

Alumni take top honours among world’s best

Alumni take top honours among world’s best

Research papers by two recent Western graduates – Cynthia Qi and Madelaine Coelho – have been selected as the best in the world in their fields in the 2019 edition of The Undergraduate Awards.

Funny, catchy and stripped down

Funny, catchy and stripped down

You may not realize Ed buys houses, but you’ll understand that Graham knows good tunes when King’s University College professor Graham Broad when he takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

Course embeds students in federal electioneering

Course embeds students in federal electioneering

More than a dozen King’s University College students will hit the campaign trail as they hit the books thanks to a new Political Science class that looks to offer an insider’s understanding of political campaigns.

Epilepsy Toolkit earns national honours

Epilepsy Toolkit earns national honours

Sometimes when Dylan Di Girolamo zoned out in class, her teachers or classmates thought she was just tired. One person, thinking she was high, once phoned police for help. Unfortunately, those misconceptions about seizures did not simply vanish when someone thought to check her MedicAlert bracelet.

Vanier’s death turns eyes to legacy, ideas

Vanier’s death turns eyes to legacy, ideas

Jean Vanier’s legacy will continue on in the thousands of people committed to shared community among people with and without disabilities, says the Director of a new Western-based research centre founded in his name.