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Glove Glove research looks to reduce hand injuries
With the help of fellow Mustangs players, Brittany Hicks uncovered a possible reason as to why players often leave the catcher’s mitt in the dugout. [Read more]
JoshKatzweb Alumnus flying high over Jays opportunity
Josh Katz, BSc’11, Katz spent last season as an intern with the Toronto Blue Jays by winning Sheridan College’s Toronto Blue Jays Sports Medicine Scholarship. He entered the program after graduating from Western. [Read more]
Western alumni, faculty among JUNO nominees
Western faculty and alumni will compete against the brightest stars in the Canadian music universe after garnering a number of nominations for the 2016 JUNO Awards. [Read more]
Dan Mezza Bookbinding alumnus keeps craft alive in modern times
Western alumnus Dan Mezza is one of a handful of individuals across Canada who teaches bookbinding. His primary work is in restoring old books, by repairing individual papers, re-sewing spines and refurbishing covers, including their leatherwork. [Read more]
Stephan Moccio _225x150 Moccio, BMus'94, Donoghue, DLitt'13 receive Oscar nods
Hollywood’s awards season continues to celebrate Western alumni, Stephan Moccio and Emma Donoghue [Read more]
Ryan Kean, CF-18 pilot Alumnus pilot to fly CF-18 in air shows
In the world of air shows, few aerial demonstrations draw the kind of attention the CF-18 Hornet generates. Canada’s premier fighter jet invariably draws a crowd because of its speed and agility. And the pilot newly assigned to fly the jet at the air shows, 33-year-old Londoner Capt. Ryan Kean, said he already is living his dream. [Read more]
Linda Hasenfratz Alumna named to Canadian Business Hall of Fame’s class of 2016
Five more Canadian industry leaders are being inducted into the Canadian Business Hall of Fame, including alumna Linda Hasenfratz. [Read more]
Stephen Giuliano Putting dignity into feeding the poor
How do you help people who cannot afford to feed themselves? In trying to answer that question just over eight years ago in Woodstock, Ont., Stephen Giuliano started by shutting down the local food bank. [Read more]
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