It was just a regular bus ride home when Maddison, a first-year student at the time, was approached by a modelling agent and told to contact her agency for work. 

After a last-minute switch in grade 12 to social sciences, Mackenzie hasn't looked back — voraciously researching and reading political science and history. 

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. 

Anton Allahar's life journey has been shaped by a myriad of serendipitous events.

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Magic is not limited to the world of Harry Potter — for Savio Joseph, he has turned his magical hobby into his own business. 

Anne Daniel deals with primary documents on a daily basis at Western Archives. 

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For those of you who only know Courtney at Western as the admin behind Western’s social groups on Facebook, it may be shocking to learn that she is living, breathing and closer than you would think — she’s actually sitting in the Registrar’s Office at the back of Student Services Building.

When Will first came to university, he says it was harder to find people who were into roleplaying games than it was to find someone to talk about sports with.

Thicke was born in Northern Ontario and spent most of his early life there until he came to Western at age 16 — he had skipped grades four and six.

Bodybuilding competitions aren’t something you’d expect a fourth-year medical cell biology student to be entering. But Abigail Kong just entered her first weightlifting competition this October — and came out on top.

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