Western BrainsCAN is in the process of releasing MouseBytes, an open-access database for researchers to upload, share and analyze cognitive behavioural data based on mice.
Professor Greg Beckett has written an ethnography that details the crisis in Haiti through stories of Haitians grappling with their lives.
For now the days of weaving through dancers in the UCC are over.
Julia McMenamin, a doctoral student involved in the study, said the responses from employees have been positive.
Dr. Rhonda Gilby discusses difficulties and solutions concerning coping as a student today.
They took our fathers to cotton fields/ to fight the wars that needed no shields/ had a head start and free labour/ and got this from dividing us from our neighbour.
On Wednesday morning, during an ice storm, Western students slid their way to classes on unsalted walkways and sidewalks. As students struggle…
BDSM isn't all it's made out to be in the media. Learn some of the facts here.
The Notebook’s Allie and Noah or Ross and Rachel from Friends certainly didn’t need social media to fall in love, so why should we?
Valentine's Day glorifies romantic intimacy between two people, but often overlooks how singles can celebrate the relationship they have with themselves. On this day of love, it's time to examine how you can take more steps to embracing yourself and being proud of who you are.
The Western Mustangs will take on the Laurier Golden Hawks in the first round of the postseason this weekend. Western needs to improve on their power play and defensive coverage in order to move on.
The Western Mustangs split a weekend series with the Lakehead Thunderwolves at Thompson Arena. With two points in two games, the team secured home ice advantage for the first round of the OUA playoffs.
The 15-7 Mustangs men's basketball team defeated the Windsor Landsors Sunday night, 102-63.