David C. Malloy, King's University College's new principal, will take office July 1.
The medicalization of mental health issues is backfiring, according to professor Marnie Wedlake from the School of Health Studies at Western University.
When the provincial government pushes post-secondary education, the students push back.
The treatment will introduce magnetic seizure therapy in hopes of providing an alternative to electroconvulsive — "electroshock" — therapy.
A fourth-year student highlights how problematic it can be to identify with programs and marks.
Given the high level of accountability and awareness that Western administration and the USC have of themselves, there seems to be no need for the Gazette.
The stress of student life may require strategies, such as self-love, to overcome inclinations to procrastinate.
E-cigarettes have been marketed as a safe alternative to tobacco smoking, but how safe is vaping really?
The Human Library aims to connect people through one another's diverse skills and backgrounds.
Humour is useful for diversifying political perspectives in the short-term, but it's long-term value appears more uncertain.
Our 3rd Annual Gazzie Award winners
The Western mustangs ultimate frisbee teams hosted their inaugural Exhibition Series earlier this month.
A student, an athlete, and now a coach, Sean McGowan is a dominant feature of Western's badminton program.