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everardweb Company survives close shaves to thrive
Recent Western graduate Gareth Everard learned some tough – yet valuable – lessons early on in his entrepreneurial career. However, that has not stopped him from forging ahead with his latest Kickstarter campaign. [Read more]
BlueJaysIvey How Labatt's marketing play gave birth to Jays
At the centre of the Blue Jay’s birth was Don McDougall, MBA’61, then President of the Labatt Brewing Company, who gambled on bringing a Major League Baseball team to Toronto. McDougall recently addressed students in the Sports & Entertainment Marketing course at Ivey Business School. [Read more]
gamedesign University, industry get design game on
Big Blue Bubble COO Claudette Critchley, BSc’94, BEd’95, and Computer Science professor Mike Katchabaw are partnering to develop the future of Western’s game design program, making the university a leading destination for studying and launching a career in the industry. [Read more]
Beeston Love of 'The Game' stays all in the family
As a senior advisor to the Red Sox ownership, David Beeston, BA'01, LLB'07, keeps management partners informed on all fronts by helping the group develop its business strategy. [Read more]
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]
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