Jillian Horton, Maclean's Magazine, April 09, 2021
Jillian Horton remembers one of her most influential teachers and friend, Michael Groden, and the small creative gambles he made possible.
Lauren Medeiros, The Gazette, April 01, 2021
Matthew Dawkins on his upcoming book, 'Until We Break', to be released Winter 2022
March 29, 2021
Western community mourns loss of renowned scholar, professor, mentor and colleague.
Marcia Steyaert, Western News, March 27, 2021
Four A&H Faculty members will be part of the newly formed equity, diversity and inclusion advisory council.
Keri Ferguson, Western News, March 24, 2021
Michael Anderson (Philosophy), Ileana Paul (French Studies/Interfaculty Program in Linguistics), and Manina Jones (English) work on CAS lab is an interdisciplinary network encouraging cross-campus collaboration.
Crystal Mackay, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, March 23, 2021
Philosophy professor and Pand bioethicist, Dr. Charles Weijer, contributes to British Medical Journal.
Rachel Condie, Western News, March 16, 2021
Arts & Humanities alumna, Basia Bulat (BA'06, English) nominated for Juno Adult Alternative Album
Keri Ferguson, Western News, March 08, 2021
'Written on the Earth' exhibit coordinated by SASAH Director and professor, Patrick Mahon, also includes his own work.
March 05, 2021
The Student Writer-in-Residence (SWIR) is a collaborative program held in partnership through the USC and the Department of English.
Gabby Glasier, The Gazette, February 26, 2021
Eternity Martis, BA '14, joined us on February 22 to speak to her experience on a predominantly white campus when she was an undergraduate student.
Brooklyn Neustaeter, CTV News, February 25, 2021
Michael Iannozzi, Graduate TA in French Studies, speaks of the new words that "reflect what people are feeling" amid the pandemic.
February 24, 2021
This year, we honour two winners - Jo Devereux (English and Writing Studies) and Ana García-Allén (Languages and Cultures).
February 23, 2021
The John H. McDonald Awards for Excellence in Student Journalism took place on February 21, 2021.
February 22, 2021
Congratulations to first-year student Laiba Saqlain (Film Studies) for winning the second place at the 2021 Western Smartphone Film Festival.
CBC News, February 12, 2021
Lois Mang-Benza, created the non-profit Jeuns Pionniers, to inspire youth and adults to create social change.
Debora Van Brenk, Western News, February 09, 2021
The month is an opportunity to 'use the lessons of history as a force for change now and into the future'.
Danni Olusanya, The Ubyssey, February 04, 2021
Alumna, Eternity Martis (BA '14), as UBC Journalist in Residence addresses the experience of being a young Black woman on campus.
Debora Van Brenk, Western News, February 03, 2021
The pandemic prompted a show of 'separate togetherness' at Western's Artlab.
CBC The Current, February 02, 2021
Department of English and Writing Studies alumna, Dr. Jillian Horton talks with Matt Galloway about her upcoming book 'We Are All Perfectly Fine' and doctor burnout during the pandemic.
CBC Books, February 02, 2021
Western alumna, Eternity Martis ('BA 14) and Alice Munro Chair in Creativity, Ivan Coyote make the list of 10 finalists for the 2021 Evergreen Awards.
January 29, 2021
Please join us online as Indigenous Awareness Week (IAW) goes virtual for 2021.
Keri Ferguson, Western News, January 21, 2021
Documentary film project led by SASAH professor Laurence De Looze is one of four funded for fostering Indigenous learning and community partnerships.
Jeff Renaud, Western News, January 19, 2021
Ivan Coyote, Western’s Alice Munro Chair in Creativity, launches a highly interactive senior-level class to the Faculty of Arts & Humanities that is also a public performance series.
Western Communications, January 13, 2021
On December 30th, 2020, Stan Dragland was named as a Member of the Order of Canada, "for his contributions to Canadian literature as a writer, publisher and editor, and for his distinguished career as an English professor." Dragland taught at Western for 29 years before retiring in 1999 and relocating to Newfoundland.
The Walrus Conversation Piece, January 11, 2021
Alumna and host of CBC’s "As It Happens" Carol Off, BA’81(English Language and Literature), LLD’17, urges us to take a step back and look at where we came from. During this period when we can’t get on a plane, travel to see loved ones, or start our next adventure, we can stay connected by sharing stories from different times and places.
Marsha Lederman, Globe and Mail, January 08, 2021
Alice Munro Chair, Ivan Coyote's forthcoming book 'Care Of' is one of The Globe and Mail's "5 Canadian Books We Can't Wait to Read in 2021".