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Richard Meen Best in show
Decades ago, Meen, MD’63, visited New York City to deliver a lecture for a canine education program. A Toronto-based psychiatrist, he was president of the Canadian Kennel Club at the time. His counterpart at the American Kennel Club, among the world’s most prestigious registries of purebred dogs, greeted Meen and wasted no words in introducing him to the class. [Read more]
Mariam Hamou Heart of a revolutionary
Mariam Hamou helps tell the story of a Sryrian civil war [Read more]
David Simmonds New president to help alumni find their voices
David Simmonds, BA’07 (Political Science), assumed the role of Alumni Association President following the organization’s Annual General Meeting last week. [Read more]
LAB*B thumb LAB*B helps take youth ideas to action
Former Western student Harpreet Zingh and Harman Grewal, BA'14 (Visual Arts & Psychology), created LAB*B, which brings the Brampton, Ont., freelance and entrepreneurial communities together to bounce around ideas and concepts and inducing feedback. [Read more]
FortMacfamilythumb Alumni applaud helping hands while fleeing fires
Less than two hours after arriving home from the hospital, first-time parents Dan and Lindsay FitzGerald, along with their daughter, Tenley, all of Fort McMurray, Alta., were told to evacuate immediately as devastating wildfires bared down on their neighbourhood. They are currently staying with family in southwestern Ontario. [Read more]
Katrina Clarke Journalism alumna named to FASPE
Katrina Clarke, MA’13 (Journalism), currently a reporter at the Toronto Star, is one of 12 journalism students and young journalists chosen by Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE) to participate in a two-week program in Europe this summer, which uses the conduct of reporters and other media professionals in Nazi Germany as a launching point for an intensive course of study on contemporary journalism ethics. [Read more]
Chyaka Coyotes name alumnus Chayka as new GM
The Arizona Coyotes named John Chayka, HBA’14, as the organization’s new general manager at a news conference this afternoon. The 26-year-old Chayka is the youngest GM in NHL history. [Read more]
Vogtweb Alumnus breaks silence on improv film career
Classically trained pianist Bruce Vogt, BMus'73, brings different classics to life - namely silent films on the silver screen. [Read more]
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