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.
Most of Carmen's time is spent in the Western Gazette newsroom, where he reports on student issues, London trends, and local events. He is currently in his fourth-year of Honours Specialization in Media, Information and Technoculture.
Famous for their authentic and extravagant dining options and aesthetically over-the-top restaurant design, the Wolfe brothers are closing down the Wolfe of Wortley with plans to open two new restaurants in the city.
Western Engineering Toboggan Team will embark to Edmonton where they will compete their concrete toboggan against dozens of other universities between Jan. 30 and Feb. 3.
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.
Things Unfinished might have been an ambiguous show, but the nuanced, cryptic themes in of the night provided a time of reflection for viewers.
There's a little something for everyone in the festively musical sphere.
In 1991, CHRW DJ Roberto LoRusso landed the interview of a lifetime: chatting with grunge-megalith Kurt Cobain three days before the release of Nevermind.