Standing at 5’ 7,” stocky, with his dark hair shaved and his beard cropped as close as I’ve ever seen it, Andrew Donovan may not strike everyone as intimidating. However, as he waves me through the front door of his Guelph home, it’s evident from his presence, they way he subtly dominates the room, that […]
Author Archive | Eric Green
The Canadian Mental Health Association says that 8% of adults will face major depression in their lifetime. Still, stigmas persist and often people suffer in silence. Despite this, one London man has found that by tapping into a lifelong passion, he is able to cope with his illness. Eric Green brings us his story.
With finals looming, a London community program is continuing to provide stress relief to students by bringing their lovable four-legged friends to campus. From 12 to 1:30 p.m. today in the University Community Center, St. John’s Ambulance’s Therapy Dogs will be available to all students for fun, fetch and cuddling. The reason, students stressing over finals! St. John’s […]
Western students turned the University Community Centre purple for the first ever Western Epilepsy Awareness Rally (W.E.A.R.) Thursday. The event took place on Purple Day, the biggest day of activism during Epilepsy Awareness Month. W.E.A.R. was organized by Western students with support from London’s Epilepsy Support Centre and combined education and interactivity with information booths, […]