Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) is a controversial topic on university campuses across North America.
This hurts. We’re in shock and disbelief, shocked by the surprise news this morning that Donald Trump clinched enough electoral votes to become the president-elect of the United States.
Western’s ‘original’ Homecoming is all set to happen on Saturday. But nobody really knows what’s going to happen and the University is responsible.
As clubs week continues in the Mustang Lounge this week, the groups have been uprooted from a communal space in order for the USC to house their associate and support staff.
At Western, there is a gender disparity in the Faculty of Information and Media Studies as well as arts and humanities — women outnumber men two-to-one.
Should universities invest in companies that are perceived to be unethical? That’s the question asked by students, faculty and staff at campuses across Canada, and the answer is not always one people like.
Senate was supposed to vote on revisions that would require professors to provide an assessment to students worth 15 per cent of their final grade before the course drop deadline. But they never got to the voting stage.