If universities were stylish jackets, then decor would be their buttons — and Western's buttons are unique.
This, a glimpse into the living, breathing being that is Western's campus. If these grounds could talk, they would surely tell us a story.
But a gallery will have to do.
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An eye for the sky on Lawson Hall's ground floor.
An eye in the sky on Lawson Hall's ground floor.
The most charming door on this whole wide campus. McIntosh Gallery.
Daily light show at the club. Reserve your seat now in D.B. Weldon Library.
Special. Social Science Centre. [Stained Glass Skylight, 1986: Christopher Wallis]
One of the more visually appealing Americans on campus. A part of ArtLab's Protectorate 1 gallery in John Labatt Visual Arts Centre.
Some paintings work hard on our behalf. This, in D.B. Weldon Library, is one of them. [Challenger, 1986: Josef Drapell]
Off-the-grid genetic reproduction lab. Just kidding. A precious dinosaur exhibit in Biological & Geological Sciences Building.
Good conversation is in the design among the booths on Social Science Centre's main floor.
Women unite in the Department of Women's Studies & Feminist Research offices, Lawson Hall.
Wholesome entertainment from their school to ours. Ground floor of Arts & Humanities Building.
Wood you mind standing still for a moment? Figures on McIntosh Gallery's west lawn. [Last Stand, 2016: Ross Bell]
Endearing walls make for an endearing people. Graduate student offices, third floor of Social Science Centre. [Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: David Maracle, Greg Hill, Curtis Maracle]
Festive for Founder's Day in the basement of Medical Sciences Building.
Vending lights will inspire youuu. Natural Sciences Centre visitors with a bounty of treat choices.
Postmodern visual on the 4th floor of Social Science Centre. Or a wall filler. Let's go with Postmodern.
Not a wall filler. Painting in John Labatt Visual Arts Centre. [Artist Unknown]
The entrance to Medical Sciences Building — and its accompanied table.
A rained out Pylons vs. Bikes 2K17 adjacent to Natural Sciences Centre.
Dumpster art west of Western Student Services Building.
Two (two?) turtles on the main floor of Support Services Building. [Heart's Storm, 1998: Kerry Ferris]
A multi-use crevice in Alexander Charles Spencer Engineering Building. Engineers think of everything.
The most photogenic vent you have ever seen in the Kresge Building basement.
Faculty of Chemistry proud of its roots in the basement of Chemistry Building.
Everything is a little bit more fun in John Labatt Visual Arts Centre. These lights included.
Bring a few friends for a heck of a view from Social Science Centre's sixth floor.