Professor Samantha Joel studies relationships, choices and how we all get along.
Valentine's Day glorifies romantic intimacy between two people, but often overlooks how singles can celebrate the relationship they have with themselves. On this day of love, it's time to examine how you can take more steps to embracing yourself and being proud of who you are.
The policing of Black womanhood and Black femininity is not a new concept. The old and perpetual “Angry Black Woman” stereotype, along with newer phrases like “In a world full of Cardi B’s, be and Erykah Badu" are used to control the behaviour, and appearances of black bomen everywhere.
King's Players put on a fun, vibrant rendition of the 2002 Leonardo Dicaprio and Tom Hanks movie, Catch Me If You Can — only this time, Frank tells his story through song.
The exhibit, "selsun blue," is a mondegreen, a misinterpretation or mishearing of lyrics, which often impart a new, more personal connection, of Neil Diamond's “Song Sung Blue.”
Western Alum, Tebello Nyokong has become a trailblazer in the science community. From her humble beginnings as a shepherd in Lesotho to becoming a distinguished university professor, she showcases the true meaning of passion and perseverance.
Students are often uncertain about how they should ask their professors for that all-important reference letter, so we've gathered advice from professors on how to best get the reference letter they deserve.
A member of the pansexual black community shares their hardships in leaving their homeland and trying to find a place in Canada amid discrimination and uncertainty.