Emma Phillips has wanted to be a musician ever since she was a child wearing a feather boa, singing "Summer of 69" and holding an upside-down guitar.
It’s difficult to change something that’s been in place for decades, especially when this parameter of success has become almost second nature to researchers.
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Events like Nuit Violette which bring together music, traditional art and new forms of digital art into one night, demonstrate the benefits of students from different faculties working together.
An important part of the panel was the differences between the various services offered at Western as well as outside resources like those in the community
Holocaust survivor, L. Elly Gotz, will be giving a speech on campus March 15 entitled, What We Choose to Remember About the Holocaust. He shares the horrors of concentration camps and his family's fight to survive. This is the second time Gotz will be visiting Western this year.
The Fashion and Lifestyle Society's spring fashion show, Spectrum, took place at the ARTS Project this past weekend. All proceeds of the event went toward Egale Canada Human Rights Trust which supports the LGBTQI2S community.
After a last-minute switch in grade 12 to social sciences, Mackenzie hasn't looked back — voraciously researching and reading political science and history.