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Incoming chair of the Western Student Senators Courtney Hardy hopes to continue the momentum from the past year.
At the age of 15, Simran Benipal created the Let Them Dream Foundation for Kids, an organiza…
After almost two hours of debate, mostly concerning controversial cuts to arts and humanities, Western's senators approved the 2017-18 operating budget at Friday's meeting.
Philosophy, psychology and sport studies all placed in QS' annual top 50 rankings for university subjects.
The alleged role played by top USC employees in the elimination of certain full-time positions at the Ryerson Students' Union (RSU).
Increased financial transparency, a bylaw amendment and the USC’s third quarter financial standing were on the agenda.
The Arts and Humanities' Faculty budget is slated to see contract faculty cut and class sizes increased on Friday as part of Western's overall budget, according to an online petition lobbying against the changes.
A new student organization has sprung up on campus with of the goal of acting as an opposition group to the University Students' Council (USC) and other student governments at Western.
A guide on the first steps you can take to protect your online privacy is close to home — right on the Western libraries website.
The Student Success Centre emphasizes the importance of work-integrated learning opportunities, making sure that students are getting paid for their skills.
In her statement of claim, Williams argues LPS detective's handling of her case was discriminatory based on gender and the way her case was handled was unconstitutional.