Year after year, students in my faculty, the Faculty of Music, feel disconnected from the remainder of this university.
LaineyGossip.com is one of the world's most popular celebrity gossip sites.
With the demand for mental health support services outweighing the supply, such a simple and low-cost means of peer support can only be a good idea.
Around a year ago, I was scrolling through a certain Western University-related anonymous Facebook page, and something caught my attention.
My name is Kassidy McMullin, I’m a second-year nursing student in the Western-Fanshawe BScN, and half of my faculty members are on strike.
Like most “millennials,” I have trouble working up the nerve to order pizza over the phone. Most people wouldn’t pin me as having volunteered on a sexual violence crisis hotline. And yet, my time taking calls was the most necessary work I’ve done.
Attending at university is not just a physical act. It’s a way of using your time, in Prospero’s words again, “most preciously.” Indeed, it’s a way of being.