Letter to the Editor
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Ask any Western student how they’re doing this January and you’ll likely get the same reply: not great.
In the 2019 USC elections, 8,020 students placed their ballots. 32,995 were eligible. That means only 24 per cent of us voted. Last year, even…
In November 2018, my dad was diagnosed with a rare form of blood cancer called mixed phenotype acute leukemia. After undergoing radiation and …
We are living in a climate crisis. As the California wildfires and other catastrophes have shown, there is a steep human cost to inaction.
One of the lovely traditions at the Faculty of Music is that, prior to the start of classes each fall, second-year students organize a gatheri…
"We must not allow ourselves to be seduced by the idea that, any day now, this pandemic will suddenly 'end,'" writes Western professor Mark Daley.
Will we be able to stay on this pathway post-Thanksgiving? I hope so. We missed you.
But why does there have to be a financial argument to justify having basic compassion for international students?