Published on December 31st, 2011

Where, When, and Which Class?: A Course Scheduling Guide

December 31st, 2011; By Amy Oldfield

If you are like many first year students, you have a vague idea of what courses you want to take in college or university. If you liked biology in high […]

It’s a New Year!

December 31st, 2011; By 0 Backup WordPress

Well, it’s time to get back to work and thinking about the exams that are coming up! There is no better time to make new year resolutions then the present. […]

What is a degree worth?

December 31st, 2011; By 0 Backup WordPress

Western’s enrolment rates are staggering. This year campus is teeming with more undergraduate students than ever seen in the university’s 133-year history. Boasting around 26,500 full-time undergraduates, Western has seen […]

Is that an endangered species in my backyard?

December 31st, 2011; By David Suzuki Foundation

As someone who just moved to the Big Smoke (aka Toronto), I am constantly searching for nature in the city and surrounding landscape. I am truly fascinated by the resilience […]

Great Changes for the Great Lakes

December 31st, 2011; By Priyanka Kumar Chopra

Across the world North America is known for many things; the culture, the people and the great outdoors. Part of that great outdoors is the Great Lakes. The Great Lakes […]

Taking notes in Post Secondary

December 31st, 2011; By Geoff Howell

You’re writing as fast as your hand will go – the words from the screen flying onto your page in a barely legible chicken-scratch font as you race to get […]

Need Volunteer Hours? Join a Mob

December 31st, 2011; By Laurel Walsh

The student’s quest for 40 community service hours is not always a pretty one. Sponge-bathing senior citizens and picking up garbage are healthy for the community, but often so uninspiring […]