WaterAid Western will host the conference this Saturday in the Weldon Library Community Room.
Jack Jelinek and Michael Woolfson began Crank Lite Lager as Ivey students in March 2020 and, despite the pandemic, grew it to a brand that is now distributed across the province in Beer Stores and LCBOs.
Wolf Performance Hall will be taken through the rich art and cultures of Africa, from belly-dancing to a fashion show, in the African Students’ Association’s Culture Showcase Saturday evening.
From Palestine to Saudi Arabia and Malaysia, Ahmed Badra has had a world’s worth of adventures. His latest? Brining gourmet giant cookies to London with his shop Browned Cookies.
The 25th CAISA fashion show “Istoria,” told the story of two siblings through fashion and choreography, raising $18,000 for Children’s Health Foundation.
Rubaboo is a theatrical performance that brings the audience on a follow-along of Métis culture through song, dance, art and storytelling.
As the tax season kicks off, learn more about why you should prioritize filing your taxes and take advantage of tax credits and government benefits.
Elly Gotz will return to Western this Tuesday via Zoom to talk to students about his experience surviving the Holocaust.
Western’s first-ever “Checkmating Alzheimer’s Disease” event took place Sunday, co-organized by the Western Chess and Go Club and the Western Undergraduate Neuroscience Society.
Vibrant student performances and the smell of Korean fried chicken will fill Mustang Lounge Monday evening at WUKSA’s Korea Day.
A local London couple is reimagining Filipino and Indian flavours with their small batch ice cream business milk + malai.
Cameron Bailey sat down to discuss how his time at Western helped shape his journey as a renowned movie critic and CEO of the Toronto International Film Festival.
The Grand Theatre is debuting the singing, dancing and storytelling of Métis culture in an theatrical production called Rubaboo.
The Taiwanese Association at Western is hosting their first in-person Night Market in four years, featuring food, dance performances and games.