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.
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The words “No means yes. And yes means anal” were written on an off-campus student home on Epworth Avenue, near the University's main gates.
The London Transit Commission will be rolling new routes serving Western's campus this September to deal with issues of overcrowded buses during the school year.
Police shot and killed a suspected terror sympathizer in Strathroy on Wednesday, after the man detonated a device injuring himself and another person.
According to the LPS, the dry cleaner was broken into and uniforms including shirts, pants, jackets and shoulder flashes were stolen.
The USC terminated an $11,074 advertising partnership with Yellow London Taxi after a cab driver’s controversial comments went viral on social media.
Western's Homecoming move comes as a surprise considering last year's events were considered very successful by the USC, London Police and yes, Western itself.