Capstone projects will be posted in September 2019
By Nicholas Sokic and Michael Marti Western student Jocelyn McGlynn contracted a rare form of leukemia and the community rallied, organizing a successful stem cell drive.
By Raymond Dean and Jordan Heuvelmans A reflective look into the experiences of science students participating in the Western Science Internship Program.
By Jordan Heuvelmans Paradise was on Kelsey’s mind whenever she flew to Belize for a year abroad. Yet, she soon found herself falling for more than the beauty of the tropical country.
By Elan Gardner I sympathize with this year’s Oscar nominees. Jimmy Kimmel butchered so many names at the ceremony, I could’ve played a drinking game. This year’s Oscars host was Jimmy Kimmel. Aside from being a traditional comedic host, Kimmel made a series of insensitive comments that devalued people’s names. First, he started the night…
By Elan Gardner First impressions are important. It only takes seven seconds for a first impression to take place. During this time, your mind is racing, nerves are rising, and palms are sweating, especially when entering a new place. You’re thinking “am I going to fit in?” These impressions happen so quickly and are mostly…
By Christina Donati This is a promotional video for the St. Marys Public Library. The key message is to demonstrate how reading a book takes you on an adventure, and that adventure begins at the St. Marys Public Library.
By Paige Martin Post-secondary schools dedicate a significant amount of time and resources towards their scouting and recruitment programs. The incentives for young Canadian athletes can be very attractive, but how much pressure does this place upon them? Find out why this first year Western student decided to walk away from his football scholarship.
By Shannon Robinson The newest addition to London’s Tree Trunk Tour was unveiled in December 2018. Shannon Robinson had the chance to take a behind-the-scenes look at how artists created the masterpiece.