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It’s okay to celebrate Christmas Early

By Emilee Kyle The day after Halloween might by a recovery day for some, or just another normal day for others. For me, it’s the...

Exploring the intersections of STEM

By Emilee Kyle When you hear the word “scientist,” you might think of someone in a lab coat, wearing goggles and using a beaker, not...

From the studio to Kyoto

By Emilee Kyle Students at Western don’t always have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the cultures they study in class. However, 15 art students...

‘We are people and we deserve the same rights as everyone else.’ Western graduate talks about accessibility in environmental movements

Flint said it is important for allies of the disability community to go out and pressure Western’s campus and other local establishments to become...

Bringing the outdoors in at babygreens

By Emilee Kyle In the center of a light-filled room, lush plants paint the crisp white walls in different shades of green. This indoor jungle...
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