In two separate emails sent Oct. 17 and 18, Western University informed students of its policies pertaining to cannabis possession and usage on campus and in residence.
The poll indicated that LGBTQ2+ individuals endure higher debt loads while attending school.
The Ivey Business School received a $7 million gift from alumnus John Wood to establish the John F. Wood Centre for Innovation in Business Learning.
Western professor Javeed Sukhera and colleagues recently received a grant of roughly $36,000 to deliver a free online training resource aimed …
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Amid the throngs of haters, Barstool continues to emerge as the hottest thing in sports media.
“Are these allegations really worth ruining a man’s life over?”
So you’ve decided not to party this Saturday on Homecoming — unfortunately, you’re certainly not alone.
It’s no secret: mental health affects everyone, especially at the post-secondary level. As midterm season approaches and course workloads increase, it’s important for students to be mindful of their wellness and the wellness of those around them.
You’d expect that nerve-wracking situations aren’t exactly helpful in alleviating stress. But with Halloween right around the corner, anxiety-ridden people are finding an unconventional way to calm down — by terrifying themselves with scary movies.
The Western Mustangs will take on the Laurier Golden Hawks at homecoming on Saturday afternoon at 1 PM at TD Stadium.
The ascendancy of one of Canada's great university football programs was born 113 years ago.
The Mustangs head into the OUA Championships with eyes set on their second-straight gold medal.