The acting associate academic dean at King’s University College has issued an apology after making off-colour remarks about cultural diversity within his own family during an O-Week ceremony. 

Do you ever wonder what super smart scientists do with their free time, if they get free time? For six scientists at Western's Brain and Mind Institute and a Western psychiatrist, they jam out as members of Untidy Naked Dilemma.

In January of this year, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne passed legislation that banned e-cig…

With the start of the fall flu season rapidly approaching, more and more students are treating their symptoms with non-prescription medication.

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The club space on the third floor of the UCC has been replaced. It will now be used for USC executive associates and coordinators. 

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The local winner of a LottoMax MaxMillions jackpot has chosen to donate a large portion of h… Read more

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The Media Theory and Production program, a combined four-year program between Fanshawe and Western that allowed students to graduate with both a diploma and a degree is set to be cancelled this year.

Max Meingarten could be the most recognizable face of Western Law. It helps that he's a dog. As the Faculty of Law’s “Canine Ambassador,” his duties include eating leftovers, going for walks and greeting people at the door. If it all sounds a bit unlikely, take a look at the Faculty of Law’s…

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With the school year well underway and new students entering London, London Police Service is deploying Project LEARN, an annual initiative designed to curb bylaw infractions amongst the student populations.

On your walk up UC Hill to class last week you may have noticed a huge ticking bus and wondered just what it was doing. That bus was a presentation from the Canadian Taxpayer Foundation which aimed at raising awareness on the federal debt problem here in Canada.

The new school year has just started and students are already returning to their favourite on-campus study spots. Unfortunately, one of Western’s popular study hangouts is temporarily unavailable.

On Sept, 14 a case of ransomware was detected on an administrator's computer in the Support Services Building. Luckily, Western was able to mitigate the situation immediately. 

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