Tag: western

  • Western’s counselors are ready for exam season

    Western’s counselors are ready for exam season

    The end of the year is always a busy time for students and for counselors at Western. That’s because during this period, students are more likely to suffer some kind of mental health condition such as stress, depression and anxiety due to their school work, affecting not only their well-being, but also their performance at […]

  • Appeals showdown looms in western student elections scandal

    Appeals showdown looms in western student elections scandal

    All is fair in love and war, but in politics there are rules. Especially in student politics. The Western University Undergraduate Student Council elections have been marred by controversy this year. After Jack Litchfield won the presidential election by a slim margin of 32 votes, allegations emerged of numerous campaign violations, casting a shadow on […]

  • Dead men (and women) do tell tales

    Dead men (and women) do tell tales

    Crime investigation is often a race against the clock. As every hour ticks by, more and more crucial evidence can be lost. So what happens when a homicide case goes cold, and maybe 20, 30 or even 40 years have passed without a lead? It’s a question Mike Arntfield knows a lot about. He is […]

  • London festival spotlights Canadian cinema

    London festival spotlights Canadian cinema

    Toronto-based filmmakers Jason and Brett Butler wanted to capture a scene in a bakery for their latest feature, a dark comedy called Mourning Has Broken. But the bakeries they had in mind for a scene were unavailable, and since budgets for time and money were small – five days and $1,000 – they did what […]