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Paul Wells, BA'98 Wells wins Dafoe prize for Harper book
Paul Wells has won the $10,000 Dafoe Book Prize. The Maclean's magazine columnist picks up the award for The Longer I'm Prime Minister: Stephen Harper and Canada 2006-, published by Random House Canada. [Read more]
Western University economics professors Michael Parkin and David Laidler pose for a photo in the University's Social Science Centre in London, Ontario, December 19, 2013. (GEOFF ROBINS For The Globe and Mail) Western hotbed of economists
The economists holding the levers at the powerful Bank of Canada are products of the Mustang campus in Southern Ontario, according to The Globe and Mail. [Read more]
Carolyn Wilkins, MA'88 (Economics) Alumna replacing Macklem at Bank of Canada
The Bank of Canada has chosen a relative unknown insider to replace Tiff Macklem as governor Stephen Poloz’s No. 2. Carolyn Wilkins, 50, an economist who joined the bank in 2001, will become senior deputy governor – the bank's highest-ranking woman ever. [Read more]
Wasichana Fund Health, education for girls in Nairobi
Jade Lai, HBA'12, co-founded the Wasichana Fund, a charitable organization that provides sanitary napkins and health classes to young girls in Kenya [Read more]
Western thanks its extraordinary volunteers Western thanks its volunteers
Western is thankful for the hundreds of alumni and friends who help make Western extraordinary [Read more]
Alumnus' tuxedo Alumnus' tuxedo finds new life
Susan Agranove, left, and third-year Music student Dan Luong have struck up an unexpected friendship thanks to a loving husband, a used tuxedo and the spirit of renewal. [Read more]
Counting Sheep Alumni don't snooze on coffee idea
Deland Jessop, MBA'02, left, and coffee roaster and connoisseur Joseph Fernandes recently appeared on CBC’s Dragon’s Den, where all five of the Dragons presented them with an offer for their company, Counting Sheep Coffee. [Read more]
Raina Krangle, BA'94 Alumna's songs in CBC's Searchlight competition
Raina Kringle, BA'94, has three songs open for public voting until April 6. [Read more]
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