Nobody expected the men's hockey team to qualify for nationals this season. Yet they did.

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When you think about the coaches and staff that allow Mustangs athletics to function, one key player is often forgotten: the student trainer. 

Millions have died from HIV/AIDS. Western researchers have dedicated their lives to finding a preventive vaccine for the deadly diseases.

My grandpa had this saying – don't be a jack of all trades and a master of none. I never quite understood it.

Letting go of your inhibitions: students find themselves through the art of dance.

Staff and volunteers dedicate their time and energy to saving, socializing and finding homes for thousands of animals every year.

Craig Butler’s football passion was ignited at age four and he hasn’t looked back since. Butler now has his eyes on a second Grey Cup.

Frequent travel, uncertain and sporadic job opportunities and months of preparation for one performance – this is the life of a professional musician.

This season was a season of adversity for the Western Mustangs women's hockey team.

Robin Bone is the only pole vaulter in Canada to compete with a helmet, but she refuses to let the extra equipment get in the way of her Olympic dreams.

The Western Mustangs rugby team renewed an old tradition by going on a rugby tour of Ireland during the February reading week. 

Greg Morrow leaves Western as the all-time leading scorer in school history, and as the man who returned Western basketball to relevance.

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There are dozens of varsity teams at Western, but many sports have short seasons that end after only a couple of months. Here's a look into what it's like for six varsity teams in their respective off-seasons. 

In 1987, the Women’s Athletic Alumnae decided it was important to be independent in order to make up for the lost years of women’s failed recognition on campus.