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Shred the Contract advocates for self-operated dining system

People in favor of "shredding the contract" with Aramark march through red Square in March 2019. In 2021, Aramark’s contract is...

What’s the story on all the painted bricks on campus?

A painted brick reads “Senior Class of 2020” with a picture of a Winnie-the-Pooh character on a walkway on Western’s campus....

New, current students consider attendance at Western

During college admission season, Western is holding virtual tours and Q&A sessions for new and prospective students. // Illustration by Rachel...

Tiny house completion moved to fall

A fully rendered image of what the tiny-house will look like. It will be in the same location as seen in...

City of Subdued Excitement gets new subdued podcast

Annika Fleming (left) and Maria Dalla Gasperina on a field trip with Western during their internship in 2017. // Photo courtesy...

Western becomes first university in U.S. to offer palliative care minor

Western’s main campus is adding a new palliative care minor starting fall quarter. // Photo by Sophia Galvez

‘ASP’s Music News and History’ podcast brings storytelling to the music industry

The weekly podcast “ASP’s Music News and History” was released by Associated Students AS Productions in April. // Illustration by...

The graduate program adapts to virtual schooling

Amanda Mckay’s work station while wrapping up her graduate program. // Courtesy of Amanda Mckay. By Becca Dudek

Student Health Center to offer in-person physical evaluations

The Student Health Center on the north end of Western’s campus has been supporting students virtually. // Photo by Ella Banken

Western professors’ recommended reads

By Macy Adkinson For those seeking adventure in a time of uncertainty, recreational reading...
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