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Linda Hasenfratz Alumnae top Most Powerful Women list
Thirteen Western alumnae have been named recipients of the 2017 Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award, the Women’s Executive Network recently announced. [Read more]
Halifax Explosion Alumnus' book explores Halifax Explosion
Ken Cuthbertson, MA’75 (Journalism), has returned to the stories of his youth in his newest book, The Halifax Explosion: Canada’s Worst Disaster. [Read more]
Vanier Cup Champions 2017 Western celebrates national championships
The Mustangs ended a 23-year Vanier Cup drought with an exclamation mark, knocking off the defending champion and No. 1 nationally ranked Laval Rouge et Or 39-17 in the Canadian university football championship game November 25. [Read more]
Carolyn Holdsworth, BMus’01, MMus’03 Finding self, community in new venture
Music alumna Carolyn Holdsworth, BMus’01, MMus’03, took her talent for the arts in a new direction and created Me & C, a London-based shirt company that features images of iconic locations throughout the city. [Read more]
Paul Jenkins Alumnus named Chair of Western's Board
A Board member for seven years, alumnus Paul Jenkins, BA'71 (Economics) was recently named Chair of Western’s Board of Governors. [Read more] Backing raises Voices among elite firms
Co-founded by Stephanie Ciccarelli, BMusA’06, is the largest global online marketplace for audio and voiceover products. [Read more]
Catherine Karakatsanis, BESc'83, MESc'91 Karakatsanis earns top engineering honour
Western Engineering alumna Catherine Karakatsanis, BESc ’83, MESc ’91, recently received the Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO) Gold Medal, recognizing her profound influence on the profession [Read more]
Penn Kemp Artist, class making town-and-gown connections
Penn Kemp, BA’66, CertEd’68, the first Poet Laureate of London and former Writer-in-Residence at Western, has worked with students enrolled in the Department of English and Writing Studies’ Community Engaged Learning (CEL) course, Canadian Literature, Creativity and the Local, for the past three years. The students have helped her curate and promote her work and have even partnered with her in writing and composing poetry. [Read more]
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