Some quick and easy tips to ease your student stress and help you relax.
Break-ins and robberies keep happening; is there a solution?
The benefits of living at home while attending university are often underestimated by young people who are too eager to move out.
Living away from home can be a fantasy for many: no curfews, no constant micromanaging from parents and no invasion of privacy. What students may not consider when fantasizing about these substandard rentals are the everyday struggles that come along with them.
U Sports' equity committee announced a new policy this morning stipulating that Canadian student-athletes may compete under their birth gender or the gender with which they identify.
In 1918, one of Western's first private benefactors dished out his life savings to the university. But unlike many other donors, his contribution wasn’t in the form of money or stocks or bonds — it was in books.
O-Week and its events pass in a whimsical blur. An air of youth, nervousness and drunken splendour follow its crowds, culminating on UC Hill for the week’s biggest events. Often overlooked, however, is the magnitude of work that goes on behind the scenes to bring everything — including the p…
Generally, smoking marijuana isn't good for you. Unless you're Seth Rogen or Wiz Khalifa, getting high all day doesn't play well in the labour market. What was once a counter-cultural statement of defiance against "the man" has since been co-opted by large corporations to sell lava lamps and…
It's important to know who represents you in student government and who makes the big decisions in the university's administration. Always remember that they are accountable to you. And if you're unhappy with the way things are being done on your campus, please send us a Letter to the Editor…