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Joshua Ferguson Alumx wins fight for non-binary birth certificate
Joshua M. Ferguson, BA’09 (Film Studies) is the first person in Ontario to receive a non-binary birth certificate. [Read more]
Michael Del Monte, BA’08 (Philosophy) Hot Docs honours for Philosophy grad
Written and directed by Michael Del Monte, BA’08 (Philosophy), the documentary film Transformer made its Canadian debut at the Canadian International Documentary Festival – better known as Hot Docs – earlier this month where it received the Rogers Audience Award for Best Canadian Documentary, which included a $50,000 cash prize. Del Monte also picked up the Emerging Filmmaker Award at the festival. [Read more]
Wall of Champions 2018 Mustangs Football honours 2018 Wall of Champions Inductees
The Mustangs Football Champions Club honoured the newest members of the Wall of Champions during a ceremony held at TD Stadium on April 27. [Read more]
JUNOS Western's JUNO Connections
The JUNO Awards are coming to London, ON March 11 to 17, 2019. Several JUNO nominees and winners are connected to Western. Check out our list and let us know if we've missed any. [Read more]
Carly Stone, BA’11 (English and Writing Studies) Filmmaker’s ‘Romantic’ effort finding indie success
Carly Stone, BA’11 (English and Writing Studies), recently premiered her first movie, The New Romantic, at SXSW, an annual conglomerate of film, interactive media and music festivals and conferences that take place in mid-March in Austin, Texas. [Read more]
Cynthia Lockrey, BA’95 (English/History) From one mom to another
Cynthia Lockrey, BA’95 (English/History), author of Bed Rest Mom: Surviving Pregnancy-Related Bed Rest with Your Sanity and Dignity Intact, answers questions on her ‘bookishness’ and writing. [Read more]
Daniel Perry, BA ’06 (English and French) Perry knows Mansbridge makes everything sound better
Daniel Perry, BA ’06 (English and French), author of the short story collections Nobody Looks That Young Here and Hamburger, answers 12 questions on his ‘bookishness’ and writing. [Read more]
Frank Cosentino, HBA’60 Hall honours Frank Cosentino, HBA’60, on and off the gridiron
As a young high-schooler growing up in Hamilton, Frank Cosentino, HBA’60, did what most sports-minded kids did – he tried out for the football team. And for three straight years, he was cut. Last month, he was named to the Canadian Football Hall of Fame Class of 2018. [Read more]
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