Video story by Megan King Last fall, MMJC student Megan King created a journalism video story about the rising population of older adults in London and the city’s initiatives to keep them active and involved in the community. Follow the story of Ivonne Coleman as she takes advantage of the Senior’s Prom event by Changemakers…
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 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 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.
By Michelle Betbadal Trisha Whiteye is improving the Indigenous student experience at Saunders Secondary School because she believes there is a disconnect between Indigenous students and staff.
By Madison Scaini Huff N’ Puff is just one of the many seniors’ fitness associations that help to keep seniors active and social. By participating, members combat mental illnesses that are common among older individuals, especially depression.
By Alvin Yu In fall 2018, Oakcrossing Retirement Home in London, Ont. marked the one-year anniversary of its Student Live-In Program with Western University’s Faculty of Music. As Alvin Yu reports, the program uses music to bring students and seniors together.