Western professor Elizabeth Gillies was awarded the Steacie Fellowship for her work in medicine delivery.
USC councillors had an easy night on Wednesday as they listened to budget presentations and efficiently passed advocacy policy papers.
Master's students in the public history program are conducting interviews with female artists in the London community as part of an exhibit being developed by the McIntosh Gallery.
The USC responded by condemning the document and anti-Semitic sentiments in a Facebook post.
While by no means has colouring erased my life's worries, it has represented an outlet for me to escape to.
Why do students think that it’s funny to not have their shit together, and what are the consequences of glorifying incompetence and failure, if any?
We're hurtling down the autobahn at a cool 180 km/h, driven by two gruff Belgian men we'd met half an hour ago.
Theatre Western's annual one act festival Purple Shorts was a lovely emotional rollercoaster.
Emily Van Eerd, a third-year criminology and women studies student, walked into a pole studio for the first time unknowing to just how much it would shape her life.
London Community Players bring A Raisin in the Sun to life with great production and some good performances.
The women's basketball team has cinched a playoff spot with yesterday's 73–64 win over the Brock Badgers.
The Mustangs women's fencing team won OUA gold last weekend in Kingston for the first time since 1992–93.
Nazem Kadri and Mitchell Marner, two former London Knights, have taken their talents across the 401 from London to Toronto in hopes of saving the Toronto Maple Leafs.