Carol Off returns to Western to teach SASAH 4th-year capstone course

Carol Off, BA'81, returns to Western to teach SASAH's 4th-year capstone course as a guest lecturer. Carol is an award-winning writer, journalist, and broadcaster who hosted CBC Radio One's As It Happens for 16 years. She will be teaching a course called Endangered Words, where students are encouraged to reflect on a new word each week.

To read more about Carol Off and Endangered Words, click here. To hear more about Carol's plans for the course and her new book, click here.

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First-year SASAH students to showcase work in Kaleidoscope of Creativity: Tornadoes, Oceans and Climate

kaleidoscope.jpgOn March 1st, the Don Wright Faculty of Music will host a multidisciplinary gallery inspired by Western University's Northern Tornadoes Project and other weather and nature-inspired research. Several first-year SASAH students are contributing projects that will be on display during the event.

To learn more about Kaleidoscope of Creativity, click here.

Gray Brogden, SASAH '24, named as recipient of McCall MacBain Scholarship

Gray Brogden (SASAH and English & Creative Writing) was recently named as a regional recipient of the prestigious McCall MacBain Scholarship. Every year, McCall MacBain Scholarships are offered to promising candidates who distinguished themselves at regional interviews. Gray is also Western's current Student Writer-in-Residence.

To learn more about the McCall MacBain Scholarship program, click here.

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