Ontario's post-secondary students are staging a walkout on Wednesday to protest the provincial government's recent cuts to OSAP and student union funds.
Western mourns the passing of Sara Ali, a fourth-year bachelor of medical sciences student.
The National Survey of Student Engagement built measures on topics such as learning strategies and student-faculty interactions.
Researchers from Western’s Bone and Joint Institute have made a breakthrough in research on common spine disease.
In response to our March 10 editorial, "Trudeau's SNC-Lavalin controversy is nuanced," a reader criticizes the editorial board's basis for nuance.
Building toward more leadership opportunities for women would improve our politics and, in turn, our communities.
Accusations against Prime Minister Trudeau, while scathing, have been blown out of proportion.
The 48th annual JUNO Awards hit the silver screens (or at least nation-wide broadcast) this past Sunday, bringing beloved Canadian musicians, fans from across the country and novice local performers to the Forest City for a night of celebration.
With the artificial intelligence industry quickly ramping up internationally, Western AI Collective’s executive directors want to fill a gap in teaching students about deep learning that they believe the university is not fulfilling.
Theatre Western captivated audiences with a high-grade rendition of the popular story.
Camille Intson's gallery broke from traditional artistic modes to share the story of her London experiences.
The Western Mustangs saw strong performances at the 2019 U Sports Track and Field Championships in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Fifth-year Western Mustang Sara Villani perfectly exemplifies what it means to be an all-around athlete.
Despite being one of Canadian university hockey's best players, April Clark still hungers for team success.