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The Senate Committee on Academic Policy and Awards approved several new scholarships and awards at its most recent senate meeting. These will be made effective starting the 2016-17 academic year.
Brock University Students' Union has banned culturally inappropriate costumes from a Halloween party scheduled on campus this week.
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2016 has seen a high turnover in Western's higher administration with a number of senior figures either retiring or leaving the University to pursue other opportunities.
Groups of students, staff and faculty marched through campus last Thursday, braving the rain and chanting the words “end the silence, stop the violence.”
At the Senate meeting on Friday, Provost Janice Deakin said it was unfortunate that the picture of the ‘Western Lives Matter’ banner on Reunion Weekend was considered to be the motivation for the University’s investigation.
The Faculty of Information and Media Studies program Media, Theory and Production is slated to be discontinued at today's senate meeting. Students in MTP were surprised by the decision and plan to voice their discontent. Additionally, student senators have taken up the cause and plan to spea…
Western's student senators intend to voice their concerns regarding the slated cancellation of the Media Theory and Production program being brought to Senate on Friday.
King's University College Student Council approved a referendum question asking the affiliate college's students if they would endorse the the Boycott, Divest and Sanction movement in the upcoming elections.
The 'original' Homecoming weekend on Oct. 1 saw thousands of students attending street parties on Broughdale Ave. and other student areas despite the University administration's efforts to curb the festivities.
Western Recreation Centre’s dress code policy sparked debate on campus earlier in September over whether or not students and others attending the gym should be asked to cover up.
The Society for Academic Freedom and Scholarship, a non-profit promoting academic freedom on Canadian campuses, has spoken out against Western administration's reaction to the "Western Lives Matter" incident and have prompted a response from University President Amit Chakma.
With the upcoming Senate meeting on Oct. 21, where the program cut is on the agenda, students are hoping to have their voices heard by administration.