The announcement will lower tuition costs for Ontario's university and college students.
The proposal of two townhouse buildings on Windermere Road has sparked backlash from its surrounding neighbourhoods.
The Western Perspective Project aims to promote mental health awareness and address the stigma associated with failure by sharing community members' experiences.
The Gazette received three JHM awards for excellence in student journalism at NASH81.
Schimmelpenninck's journey to rehabilitation shouldn't be running through Brock's campus.
A letter writer, born in Ukraine shortly before the fall of the USSR, dissents from PSAC 610's open association with the YCL.
As students complete another stressful exam season, considering the bigger picture outside of finals may serve mental and physical wellbeing.
Christine Stapleton has excelled during her time as director of sport and recreation services at Western University.
Famous for their authentic and extravagant dining options and aesthetically over-the-top restaurant design, the Wolfe brothers are closing down the Wolfe of Wortley with plans to open two new restaurants in the city.
On Jan. 10, the “Please - Do Not Take this Lightly” exhibit opened at the Artlab Gallery, showcasing artwork illustrating the danger and impact of tornadoes.
Students from universities across Ontario came together at the Richard Ivey Building to compete for a chance to intern for the Arizona Coyotes and Golf Canada.
The Western Mustangs were roughed up by a score of 5-1 against the Laurier Golden Hawks on Friday afternoon, but bounced back with a tough 2-1 victory over the York Lions on Saturday night.
The Western Mustangs defeated the Laurentian Voyageurs 6–0 and the Nipissing Lakers 2–1 over the weekend en route to tying for first atop the OUA standings.
After a two-year rebuilding phase, the Western Mustangs men's basketball team is 10–4 and alone atop the OUA West Division standings.