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Travis McKenna, BMOS’15 Forging success on ‘atypical’ career path
Travis McKenna, BMOS’15, is CEO of Wrist & Rye, a company that sells upscale bracelets. The company recently worked with Propel Entrepreneurship to accelerate their business success and have a Western-specific bracelet that can be purchased at The Book Store. [Read more]
Bonnie Burnard Remembering Bonnie Burnard, BA'67
Award-winning author, alumna and former Western writer-in-residence Bonnie Burnard, BA'67, passed away on March 4 at the age of 72. [Read more]
Erika Chamberlain Alumna appointed Western Law Dean
Erika Chamberlain, LLB'01, has been appointed to a five-year term as Dean of Law, beginning May 1, 2017. [Read more]
Shelley Niro Governor General’s Award for alumna artist
Shelley Niro, MFA’97, was awarded the Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts last month. [Read more]
Adrianne Pieczonka, BMus’85, DMus’1 Canada Post celebrates alumna’s operatic career
Adrianne Pieczonka, BMus’85, DMus’12, will appear on a Canadian stamp, part of a collection that celebrates two Canadian-penned operas and three individuals credited with bringing modern Canadian opera talent to the world stage. [Read more]
Patrick Monaghan, PhD’84 Starring an academic as an accidental actor
Patrick Monaghan, PhD’84, just wrapped filming the role of Thomas Lewis, President of the British Seafarers’ Union, in a TV drama/documentary called Titanic: The New Evidence, which aired in Britain in December and will air on the Discovery Channel in Canada in April. [Read more]
Sports and Recreation Services undergoing review
Western’s athletics program is getting a check-up in preparation for its soon-to-be announced athletic director. [Read more]
Margaret Whitley Alumna’s Montessori legacy continues
Margaret Whitley, BA’85, is retiring this summer after 13 years at the helm of the Montessori Academy of London. Whitley’s family opened the school in London, formerly known as Montessori House of Children in 1968. [Read more]
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