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Western University scientist builds world's 'smallest snowman' from silica spheres

Days before Christmas, a research scientist at an Ontario university has created a microscopic figure he’s calling the world’s “smallest snowman.”

Todd Simpson, from Western University’s Nanofabrication Facility… 416 more words


Terry Foster: President | Président @ Ehm & Co

Ancien de la Western University Alumni

When did you graduate from Western? Which History program did you take?

I graduated from Western in 1999. I did both an undergraduate degree and Master’s degree in History. 1,052 more words

Muslim university student in London, Ontario found a pig's head in his bed — but it was just a prank, not anti-Islam

Stupid? Yes.

But anti-Islamic? Not quite, say authorities.

Western University’s campus police have cleared a student of any wrongdoing for leaving a pig’s head on Muslim student’s bed. 483 more words


'Western U-Middlesex College'

‘Western U-Middlesex College’-2016, 45″x 45″ is a classic “between seasons” at high latitudes statement. Canadians often complain about the weather but we’re lucky to have four distinctive seasons, with very different looks. 46 more words


Living the Canadian dream at Western University

After months of preparing and what felt like years of anticipation, I have finally arrived in Canada (actually, I’m more than 2 months in now!) I am delighted I chose Canada, the country, people, environment, is all just incredible. 459 more words

Study Abroad

Adventures de Montréal

Comme je fais du français pour mon cours “électif” à Western, et qu’on parle français au Québec, je vais écrire ce blog en français. Le weekend de l’Halloween mes amis et moi avons passé cinq jours à Montreal, nous sommes restés à L’Auberge Saint-Paul, une auberge de jeunesse située dans le Vieux-Montréal. 199 more words

Study Abroad

Upcoming Conference/Keynote

Excited to announce that I will be the keynote speaker at Western University’s annual grad conference on “Toxic/Cities,” held March 2-4, presented by the Graduate Programs in Comparative Literature, Hispanic Studies, and Theory & Criticism. 753 more words