SASAH students' film shows that there's more to gossip than just the Kardashians.
When Drake loves a video game, and multiple breakfast shows worldwide are discussing its add…
Running the “naked mile” after losing a game of beer pong might be common in 2018, but back …
As he leaves the position, Daniel MacIvor reflects on his experiences at Western and London.
In its fourth year now, the Western Student Research Conference provides undergraduates an avenue to present their work and see what their peers are doing. The WSRC will take place at the Mustang Lounge on March 24. The conference is affiliated with the Student Success Centre and has the sup…
Every Friday at noon, lines of rhymes and '90s style rap beats surround the main staircase in the University Community Centre, adding flare and charisma to a space that is usually recycling club booths and empty Timmies cups.
Next time you decide to go out drinking, consider doing it at The Rec Room where you can ride Formula One race cars, fight zombies and throw axes all in one night.
With free popcorn and pre-show indie tunes, the crowd that gathered in the Health Sciences Building on Wednesday night was ready for Beyond The Books’ first ever Spotlight Author Talk. For bookworms and aspiring writers, the event was a major hit.
Western University students and the London community were brought together for a special one-hour wellness panel that sparked conversation on how women should not be ashamed to talk about their menstruation, examining the stigma surrounding working moms and how to embrace their own body image.