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.

Lawna Wilson has been a friendly face at Hospitality Services since 1974. 

How one third-year computer science student's passion for programming introduced him to the world of cyber security and ethical hacking.

Aman Sayal, unlike most of his university peers, has found that elusive balance.

Western classical studies assistant professor Charles Stocking wrote his first book about animal sacrifice.

Fourth-year sociocultural anthropology student Alex Stelmacovich has been shaped by his passions for photography, anthropology and travel.

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