Talking to a student at Western during the first semester, I heard some words that I would replay in my mind time and time again. “I don’t think it is a good idea to speak about politics.” Her reason? “It is dangerous because someone may not like what you believe in.” This is a view … Continue reading The Politics of Science
This showcase gives you a brief overview of the genetics module at the University of Western Ontario.
An astronaut! An investment banker! A game developer! All very viable answers to one question each of us has been asked since we were young – what do you want to be when you grow up? For many of us, somewhere along the way our career became a mandate instead of a dream. Taking a … Continue reading Career Paths in Science: More Options Than You Think
Global Brigades' goal every year is to send a group of students on a Brigade, where they collaborate with a community to change their lives for the better. Hear their stories and find out more about their journey at Western in this article.
Undergraduate volunteering positions within Western's laboratories are often overlooked. Students should know about the potential that such a position provides them. This article aims at explaining the ins and outs of undergraduate volunteer laboratory positions at Western.
On October 2, Donna Strickland received one of three Nobel Prizes in Physics for 2018. Her research enhances valuable technology, and has inspired others in the local community.
Social drinking is defined by Collins Dictionary to be "the practice of drinking alcohol occasionally and usually only in social situations."