Frank Ye - a fourth-year Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences student, our former SSC President, has stepped down from the SSC to run as a candidate in the USC presidential race alongside his longstanding friend, Jared Forman. We decided to reach out to get a more personal perspective on his campaign, his story, and most importantly, him … Continue reading SSC to USC: a Sitdown with Frank Ye
This Monday, students had the opportunity to attend the Science Student Council Presidential Debate. Here are the candidates.
A fellow science student at Western needs a stem cell transplant. You can help her or one of many other Canadians by getting swabbed on campus. WESTERN STEM CELL CLUB As the Vice President of Communications, third-year medical sciences student Elena Kum explains that Western Stem Cell Club is one of 22 chapters across Canada affiliated with … Continue reading Get involved with Western Stem Cell Club’s drive for Jocelyn McGlynn
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.
Kicking off the SSC's "Discovery Week" is an event that is out of this world! Spending time at the Cronyn Observatory gave an interesting first-look into the discipline of astronomy.
When students see a professor at the front of the stage, they don’t get to see one thing: the work that goes on behind the scenes. While professors do teach, they are also there to conduct their research. Science Student Council’s lecture series give professors a chance to show off their work and talk … Continue reading Professor Lecture Series – Bio & Earth Sci
In the next few weeks, the Western Undergraduate Research Journal of Health and Natural Sciences (WURJHNS) and Friends of MSF (Doctors without Borders) are each holding an event to give students a window into the world of research at Western.