Where does our online data go?

May 02, 2023

Christine explores what happens with our online data. (Read the full article)

Can the market save the climate? A reflection

April 20, 2023

Christine discusses the potential relationship between capitalism and the climate crisis. (Read the full article)

Getting Angry: the Benefits and Challenges to Using Your Voice

January 18, 2023

Christine discusses the importance of a collective voice when speaking out against issues of injustice that... (Read the full article)

Thoughts on Etiquette

January 17, 2023

Laohnorian shares thoughts on social etiquette and how it pertains to effective communication. (Read the full article)

The Tea on Faith and Disability

April 14, 2022

Katie shares what having an invisible disability means to her and more. Tune in! (Read the full article)

Invisibility of the Gender Gap

April 06, 2022

After doing some research, Maryam provides us with the reasons STEM is a male-dominated field, and why we... (Read the full article)

The Tea on the Student Accessibility Advisory Committee

April 08, 2022

Jalesa and Elizabeth sit down with Havina,  the co-chair of the Student Accessibility Advisory Committee... (Read the full article)

Science Guidance: Amel's USRI Thoughts and Reflections

March 14, 2022

Amel reflects on their USRI experience through the form of a podcast! (Read the full article)

Black Excellence in 2021

February 14, 2022

In honour of Black History Month, here are some notable Black figures and accomplishments from 2021! (Read the full article)

The Struggles of a Second-Generation Canadian

February 04, 2022

Read about how Idin grapples with his identity as a second-generation Canadian. (Read the full article)

The Tea on Being a Graduate TA

January 28, 2022

Jalesa and Elizabeth sit down with Danica to talk about TAship, accommodations, and more! (Read the full article)

Examining COVID-19's Impacts on Mental Health

January 26, 2022

It's no secret that the COVID-19 Pandemic has affected our mental health in a variety of ways. (Read the full article)

5 Ways To Be an Effective Mental Health Ally

January 24, 2022

Being a mental health ally is an important step in breaking the stigma. (Read the full article)

What is Blue Monday?

January 14, 2022

Learn more about Blue Monday - apparently known to be the saddest day of the year. (Read the full article)

A Letter to Fellow Youth: A Call Out for Hope and Reflections on COP 26

January 07, 2022

Scholar's writer Christine reflects on the recent global climate summit COP26. (Read the full article)

The Tea on Being an International Grad Student with a Disability

December 10, 2021

Hear Jalesa and Elizabeth talk with Sohini about her experience as an international student with a disability. (Read the full article)

Giving Back to Mission Services of London this Holiday Season

December 08, 2021

Olivia teaches us about the Mission Services of London and why they are a great charity to donate to. (Read the full article)

World AIDS Day 2021

December 01, 2021

Learn about the importance of World Aids Day. (Read the full article)

Giving Back to the London Community This Holiday Season

November 30, 2021

Emily shares 4 London organizations you can give back to this holiday season. (Read the full article)

The Tea on the USC Accessibility Coordinator

November 26, 2021

Jalesa and Elizabeth sit down and chat with Lauren Sanders, the USC Accessibility Coordinator. (Read the full article)

Why Movember Is Important To Me

November 17, 2021

Navid explains the importance of Movember and how its impacted him. (Read the full article)

The Tea on Barriers to Accessibility

November 12, 2021

In this episode of Accessibili-tea, Jalesa and Elizabeth sit down with accessibility advocate, Melanie Stone. (Read the full article)

Coming Together to Stand Against Islamophobia

November 11, 2021

Shaowda, a Bengali-Muslim student at Western, shares the importance of standing up against Islamophobia. (Read the full article)

Accessibili-tea: The Tea on Your Hosts

October 29, 2021

In this episode, get to know Jalesa and Elizabeth, the hosts of the Accessibili-tea podcast! (Read the full article)

The Pandemic Isn't Over Just Yet

October 25, 2021

Jenny shares her experience during the pandemic and reminds us all that it's not over just yet. (Read the full article)

International Lesbian Day: Learning About Lesbian Culture

October 08, 2021

Today, October 8th, is International Lesbian Day. (Read the full article)

Steps to Getting Mental Health Support—and Everything Else Along the Way

October 06, 2021

Emily shares what she's learned through her own mental health journey with you, the reader. (Read the full article)

What Everyone Ought To Know About Autism Awareness

October 05, 2021

Jalesa discusses a few points from an interview with Elim, one of the Co-Presidents for Western Autism... (Read the full article)

Accessible Education: Thanks For Being There

October 04, 2021

Learn about the impact that accommodations have had on a student's Western experience. (Read the full article)

Recalling and Recognizing: Celebrating LGBT2Q+ History Month

October 01, 2021

October 1st marks the beginning of LGBT2Q+ History Month (Read the full article)

Tips on Becoming an Accessibility Advocate

September 23, 2021

Jalesa outlines some steps we can all take to be better accessibility allies. (Read the full article)

Emily's COVID-19 Safe Gathering Tips

September 21, 2021

Though it may seem impossible, there are ways to reduce your risk and still have fun during COVID-19 (Read the full article)

This Year For My Birthday, I Got COVID-19

September 17, 2021

Hear from a student who got COVID why it's important to follow public health guidelines. (Read the full article)

Doing My Part

September 15, 2021

After a year of online learning, Johann is doing his part to preserve this semi-normal school year. (Read the full article)

Why I'm Getting Vaccinated...

July 13, 2021

Hear from some students as they share their reasons for getting the COVID vaccine. (Read the full article)

Pride Month 2021: Public Figures and Advocates of the 2SLGBTQ+ Community

June 25, 2021

Check out this list of 2SLGBTQ+ advocates from history and the present day! (Read the full article)

The Tea on Disability Studies

June 25, 2021

Ashton and Jalesa spill some tea with Rachel, a Disability Studies program graduate. (Read the full article)

Pride Month 2021: Top Recommended Films For Your Watch List

June 18, 2021

Consider adding some of these movies to your Pride movie watch list! (Read the full article)

Celebrating 5 Indigenous Leaders For Indigenous History Month

June 14, 2021

Let's celebrate Indigenous excellence by learning about inspiring Indigenous figures. (Read the full article)

Pride Month 2021: 2SLGBTQ+ Writers You Should Be Reading

June 11, 2021

This Pride Month, catch up on some reading and learn more about the 2SLGBTQ+ community. (Read the full article)

The Tea on Occupational Therapy

June 11, 2021

In this episode of Accessibili-tea, learn about Sarah's experience as a disabled student in a healthcare... (Read the full article)

Knowing and Respecting the Land You Are On At Western

June 04, 2021

As a Western student on campus, it's important to acknowledge, honor, and respect the land you are on. (Read the full article)

10 Things I Wish I Knew About Accessibility Before Going to Western

May 31, 2021

Want to know more about accessibility at Western? Give this a read! (Read the full article)

The Tea on Project Echo

May 28, 2021

Tune into this episode to learn more about Project Echo! (Read the full article)

Western Starts the Conversation on Pleasure

May 26, 2021

Talking about pleasure can be awkward. Let's open the discussion. (Read the full article)

The Tea on the USC Accessibility Survey

May 14, 2021

This episode of Accessibili-tea talks about the USC Accessibility Committee and what it does! (Read the full article)

A Conversation with Josh: Talking About Ketamine Infusion Treatment

May 13, 2021

Josh talks about his experience with ketamine infusion treatments for his mental health. (Read the full article)

Get to Know Some Inspiring Asian-Canadian Leaders

May 10, 2021

To commemorate Asian Heritage Month, we're highlighting some inspiring Asian-Canadians! (Read the full article)

Learning About Asian Heritage Month

May 03, 2021

Asian Heritage Month is a time to learn about the journeys and ongoing struggles of diverse Asian communities. (Read the full article)

The Interesting Connection Between Autism and Synesthesia

April 30, 2021

Learn about the connections between Autism and Synesthesia. (Read the full article)

Autism and The Job Market

April 29, 2021

Moving forward, accessible hiring needs to become a routine practice so everyone has an opportunity to thrive. (Read the full article)

Why This Year’s Immunization Week Counts The Most

April 26, 2021

In a COVID-19 world, this year's Immunization Week has greater importance. (Read the full article)

All About Earth Day!

April 22, 2021

Learn the history behind Earth day and how you can celebrate and protect the planet. (Read the full article)

5 Ways to Clean Up the Earth

April 22, 2021

The Earth is our home, so let's do some spring cleaning. (Read the full article)

Why World Autism Awareness Day Is Important To Me

April 02, 2021

Shaowda shares what World Autism Awareness Day means to her. (Read the full article)

Safe Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day

March 12, 2021

Let's not make this holiday a super spreader. (Read the full article)

2020 Recap: From Countdown to Lockdown

January 06, 2021

A summary of the major events from arguably the darkest year of the modern era. (Read the full article)

Women's and Homeless Shelters to Donate to This Season

December 10, 2020

For day 10 of Spread The Cheer, we share some local shelters you can give back to. (Read the full article)

Ways to Give Back to Our Planet During The Holidays

December 05, 2020

For day 6 of Spread The Cheer, let’s all try to be mindful of the ways we impact our environment. (Read the full article)

Meet Joshua Mootilal: Part One

November 25, 2020

Meet Josh, a Western student who wants his mental health story to be heard. (Read the full article)

Meet Joshua Mootilal: Part Two

November 25, 2020

Continue reading Josh's story. (Read the full article)

3 Revolutionary Women in Business

November 20, 2020

Tirzak shares some powerful and influential female leaders in business. (Read the full article)


November 11, 2020

A poem in honour of Remembrance Day. (Read the full article)

Culture NOT Costume

October 28, 2020

Dressing up is a fun and integral part of Halloween, but we should be mindful when choosing our costumes. (Read the full article)

Reflections on The COVID-19 Pandemic

September 25, 2020

Western students reflect on the importance of following health protocols during COVID-19. (Read the full article)

An Introductory Guide to Creating a More Conscious Closet

September 23, 2020

Julia shares how to practise ethical and sustainable fashion. (Read the full article)

How to Survive Living Off-Campus (Plus Pandemic Tips)

September 08, 2020

You’re about to live off-campus for the first time – here’s how to make it a smooth transition. (Read the full article)

New Music Monday: Changing Womxn

August 17, 2020

Olivia shares a playlist of music by BIPOC womxn. (Read the full article)

9 Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

July 24, 2020

As the province opens up, it's important to remember to stay green. (Read the full article)

"OK Boomer"

July 17, 2020

"OK Boomer" isn't just a meme anymore; it's a rallying cry for a generation tired of being dismissed. (Read the full article)

Important LGBT2Q Figures Didn't See in Your History Textbooks

July 14, 2020

To kick-off Western and London Pride, let's learn some LGBT2Q+ history! (Read the full article)

Living a Life of Diversity and Duality

July 02, 2020

Olivia shares her truth and reflects on the importance of culture in her own life, and the world. (Read the full article)

7 Ways Non-Black People Can Take Anti-Racist Action in Their Life

June 10, 2020

It's time for change. We need to take action. (Read the full article)

COVID with Kids

May 27, 2020

Erin shares her perspective as a student and a parent during the COVID-19 Pandemic. (Read the full article)

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