A new study has found that many students do not open feedback files posted by their instructors online.
On Tuesday students gathered in solidarity on Concrete Beach to remember the 50 lives lost and 30 injured in the Christchurch mosque shootings that happened last Friday in New Zealand.
The remaining designated smoking areas will be eliminated.
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.
The power dynamics at play in sugar baby-parent relations require heightened supports for vulnerable users, such as students.
UNICEF Western wants students to be aware of the human cost in Yemeni conflict.
Food insecurity in combination with under-utilized food support services may indicate a problem in campus perceptions of these services.
Welcomed by a warm audience, the orchestra ended their year on a high note with powerful performances of Mozart's Symphony No. 36 and Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Major.
For queer people, by queer people: PRISM is here to speak to a demographic that has not yet been served.
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.
The Western Mustangs have been tracking advanced statistics for three seasons now, but they have been greatly aided by the addition of a key volunteer.
The Western Mustangs men's curling team finished sixth at the U Sports/Curling Canada University Championships in Fredericton, N.B.
Federico Cisneros and Jade Farhat of Varsity Athlete Mental Performance believe that sport psychology is more important than we think.
Hayley and Chelsey Liske are using the many lessons learned as varsity athletes in their new careers as health and fitness influencers in the Grand Canyon State.