Daniel Redmond will be taking over as director at Western's Campus Police starting in January 2017.
The Spoke is set for a facelift towards the end of next summer after raking in significant revenue over the past five years.
A cyclist was hit by a car at the Lambton and Middlesex Drive intersection, near the Univers…
The Brescia University College Students' Council (BUCSC) is holding a referendum to decide if it should become incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation.
Last week, the city council, in a 7-4 vote directed city staff to write an updated taxi bylaw draft to include app-based transportation services such as Uber.
The CEL course component offered at Western is where students are matched up with community partners and are tasked with completing a project.
An exhibition on the science behind weather occurrences including thunderstorms, hurricanes, summer heat waves and blizzards is running at The Ontario Science Centre with support from Western Engineering.
HashtagLunchbag, a non-profit charity, is holding an event in the UCC tomorrow where lunch bags will be built to be distributed to homeless and disadvantaged individuals in shelters around campus.
An indigenous Band recognition ceremony at the October Senate meeting sparked protests from "some members of the community" who took issue with it because Western is a secular school, according to Western President Amit Chakma.
University Students' Council president Eddy Avila's gave the annual state of the USC speech last night, encouraged students to be vocal about issues important to them and highlighted the USC's commitment to advocating on behalf of students.
The London Police Service is advising that the London community ignore an email regarding a traffic violation with an attached link that asks the receiver to "view" the ticket.
Students hoping for a return to a warmer Homecoming next year will be left disappointed as Western has scheduled Homecoming 2017 on the weekend of Oct. 20-22 again.