Western was right to close residence after winter break. But, closing buildings abruptly just a few days before the start of classes meant stu…
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Love them or hate them, online classes offer students and professors benefits that in-person courses lack. So, when the pandemic becomes nothi…
After Western declared two outbreaks in its residence halls late November, it has become clear that opening 70 per cent full was a mistake.
Everyone knows pandemic parties are a no-go and for those who choose to party-on regardless in blissful ignorance, there needs to be serious c…
The 2020 US presidential election inundated Canadian and international media long before the coronavirus pandemic — and for good reason.
OUA and USports were right to cancel championships for the winter season, but that doesn't make it easier for student-athletes.
Nobody asked for this pandemic and it’s making everyone’s lives harder — students and professors alike.
The province has made it more difficult to take precautions to travel home this weekend, limiting COVID-19 testing to only symptomatic people and those who are close contacts of confirmed positive case.
Forcing the entire classroom into students’ homes is classist.