member Kayla Wilson said.
Western is encouraging students and staff to take part in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day through a new campaign during the month of April to share information and reduce risks surrounding prescription medication.
Since the student filmmaking program KVIK ended last year, student filmmakers continue to pursue their passion, even with the absence of a film major.
People who don’t identify with the gender they were assigned at birth can often be placed in a dilemma when forced to choose between entering a male or female restroom or changing room.
Western’s National Alliance on Mental Illness chapter has severed ties with Western’s Suicide Prevention Advisory Committee after releasing a public statement to their Facebook page on Feb. 24.
Large-scale problems such as the loose bricks and older buildings are difficult to tackle, Martig said. The bricks can routinely be replaced, but the geological placement of Western’s campus is the real source of the issue.
Students, faculty and experts on campus security are questioning Western’s preparedness for an active shooter.