A recent study led by Western University economics professor Elizabeth Caucutt explored the reasons underlying the growing divide in marriage between white and black American women.
Research conducted at Western by Dr. Silvia Penuela indicates a potential link between glycoprotein Pannexin 1 and obesity. Although not a "fat gene" the absence of Pannexine 1 may be a cause for genetic predisposition to obesity.
First-years with a high school admission average of 90 per cent or higher are guaranteed top-building choice in second-year residence, free Reznet and $200 food credit if they register between Nov. 5 and Nov. 18.
Know History Inc. recently announced a new $20,000 internship for Western University's students in Master's of Public History.
A reader disagrees with the editorial board's logic in supporting the "Redmen" name change.
News outlets have a responsibility to cover politics.
Putting school above your wellness shouldn't be celebrated.
Lainey Lui described the challenges of growing up between two cultures and highlighted the experiences of a visible minority member within a dominantly white media industry in a seminar last Tuesday.
Years after the infamous Playboy article, has another dethroned Saugeen's top party rez status?
Georgine Nash, Holocaust survivor, spoke at Western, explaining how little miracles carried her through a dangerous and traumatic time.
Trans rights activists and the trans community stand in solidarity and defence of the oppressed during Transgender Awareness Week and Transgender Day of Remembrance.
The Western Mustangs trampled the Saskatchewan Huskies en route to a 47-24 Mitchell Bowl victory.
Mustangs drop both games in a home stand to Carleton and Ottawa.
Greg Marshall might just be the greatest coach we've ever seen.