Canadian government benefit programs provided the financial aid students needed during an unprecedented summer. But were they enough?
There are four candidates running to be the USC’s next vice-president university affairs: Chava Bychutsky, Jerika Caduhada, Ziyana Kotadia and Augustine Mendes.
Eunice Oladejo, government advocate and associate vice-president of advocacy initiatives running for vice-president external affairs for the 2021-2022 academic year.
In theory, limiting screen time has its benefits. Studies have shown that spending too much time online can negatively affect mental health and, in some cases, physical health — but in a pandemic, there isn’t much of a choice.
The task of EDI training often falls to untrained marginalized students; it isn't their responsibility to fix systems that leave them disadvantaged.
Existing as a fat person is hard enough — whether it’s accessing transportation, healthcare or employment, it can feel like the world is stack…
The most common question students seem to have for Backwards Bike Guy is: why? Follow Hashem Abou Ahmad on his journey of becoming Backwards Bike Guy, as he tells his story for the first time.
On Saturday night, BSA's "New Era" campaign ended on a strong note, with Ilyasah Shabazz, Malcolm X's daughter, leaving impactful words.
Following Black History Month, U Sports stated they have reaffirmed their commitment to fight systemic racism in Canadian collegiate sport.
Former Western Mustangs defensive back Jordan Beaulieu reflects on his first experience on the reality television show Occupation Double.