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The Women's Only Hours Pilot Project, a project that is taking place at the Rec Centre this semester, is being implemented to provide religious accommodations and create a comfortable space for women to workout together. Although, this isn’t the first time that Western has offered a program like this.

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Ever since she couldn't find a satisfying, tasty protein bar for herself, Western alumna Nicole Haney has been cooking up her own scrumptious gluten-free, dairy-free protein bars. Once she realized there was such a large market for the all-natural bars, she decided to brand them as Boho Bars and turn her healthy treats into a full-time business. 

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Elisabeth Edwards had her first run-in with ASMR during a Grade 2 school activity when a student was spelling out the letters of the alphabet on her back. After feeling a trance-like sensation from her head down to her spine, she was confused, feeling an unknown sense of relaxation.

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In collaboration with London Environmental Network, Museum London presented a three day event which outlined the city's future plans for developing the Deshkan Ziibi, as well as educated attendees on the importance of developing healthy relationships with land and water from an Indigenous perspective.

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With fall finally here, take advantage of the great hiking spots that London has to offer.

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Western University students and the London community were brought together for a special one-hour wellness panel that sparked conversation on how women should not be ashamed to talk about their menstruation, examining the stigma surrounding working moms and how to embrace their own body image.

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