In January of this year, I finally made a decision I had been mulling over for months - I decided to quit almost all social media. Why would I do this, in a world where we're so connected? ...
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.
After a long wait, midterm season is finally ramping up for most Science students. Many of us might be reflecting on midterm grades in the coming weeks. It’s commonly said that grades don’t define oneself, but this might become harder to believe when you’re attending a university with high entrance averages and rigorous programs. If … Continue reading Recovering From a Bad Midterm
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
It’s no surprise that the Faculty of Science is one of the largest faculties on campus, totalling to around 5,000 students during the 2017-2018 school year. Students from all over Canada and the globe come to Western to become a part of its diverse science program in the hope of achieving their goals. (From left … Continue reading Science Student Council: Introducing the 18/19 First Year Representatives
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.