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Campus offers critical supplies for front lines

Campus offers critical supplies for front lines

John McCormick saw an opportunity to support colleagues on the local front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, his gesture to provide critical supplies has inspired others across campus.

New book tunes into music role in modern world

New book tunes into music role in modern world

Bookmarks spotlights the personalities and published books of faculty, staff and alumni. Today, Paul Woodford, professor and former Chair of the Department of Music Education at the Don Wright Faculty of Music, answers questions on his ‘bookishness’ and writing.

‘Hockey mom’ keeps up with CanLit

‘Hockey mom’ keeps up with CanLit

Bookmarks spotlights the personalities and published books of faculty, staff and alumni. Author Angie Abdou, MA’92 (English), whose new book Home Ice: Reflections of a Reluctant Hockey Mom is a ‘Western Reads’ selection this year, has also written novels The Bone Cage...

Perry knows Mansbridge makes everything sound better

Perry knows Mansbridge makes everything sound better

Bookmarks spotlights the personalities and published books of faculty, staff and alumni. Today, Daniel Perry, BA ’06 (English and French), author of the short story collections Nobody Looks That Young Here and Hamburger, answers 12 questions on his ‘bookishness’ and...

Connecting with the heart of their story

Connecting with the heart of their story

Today, writer and filmmaker Joshua M. Ferguson, BA’09 (Film Studies), author of ‘Me, Myself, They: The Future is Non-Binary,’ answers 12 questions on ‘bookishness’ and writing.

Walker wins three golds, one silver at Special Olympics

Walker wins three golds, one silver at Special Olympics

James Walker is celebrating, having won three gold medals and one silver medal in powerlifting at the Special Olympics National Summer Games in Vancouver, B.C. The Book Store at Western employee, 28, is one of 11 powerlifting athletes from Team Ontario competing at...

Walker wins three golds, one silver at Special Olympics (UPDATED)

James Walker is celebrating, having won three gold medals and one silver medal in powerlifting at the Special Olympics National Summer Games in Vancouver, B.C. The Bookstore at Western employee, 28, is one of 11 powerlifting athletes from Team Ontario competing at the event this week.