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By Western University | Western News (ISSNO316- 8654), a publication of Western University’s Department of Communications and Public affairs, is published every Thursday throughout the school year and operates under a reduced schedule during December, May, June, July and August. An award-winning weekly newspaper and electronic news service, Western News serves as the university’s newspaper of record. The publication traces its roots to The University of Western Ontario Newsletter, a one-page leaflet-style publication which debuted on Sept. 23, 1965. The first issue of the Western News, under found- ing editor alan Johnston, was published on Nov. 16, 1972 replacing the UWO Times and Western Times. Today, Western News continues to provide timely news, information and a forum for discussion of postsecondary issues in the campus and broader community.

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A colourless, odourless and toxic gas to humans may hold a rather counter-intuitive key to extending the lives of kidney transplant recipients, …

Kidney Transplant

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Communication Sciences and Disorders professor Jack Scott has been named the 2015 Western Humanitarian Award winner – so honoured for his First …

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Communication Sciences and Disorders professor Jack Scott has been named the 2015 Western Humanitarian Award winner – so honoured for his First …

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University Senate members voted down separate motions of non-confidence in Western President Amit Chakma and Board of Governors’ Chair Chirag Shah at …

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Western President Amit Chakma finds himself in the midst of the most trying weeks of his administration. Today, he discusses the pay controversy, …

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A colourless, odourless and toxic gas to humans may hold a rather counter-intuitive key to extending the lives of kidney transplant recipients, …

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Jim Weese never expected to be here forever. “I have always viewed these jobs as temporary,” said the outgoing Health Sciences dean. This month, …

Public Affairs

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A colourless, odourless and toxic gas to humans may hold a rather counter-intuitive key to extending the lives of kidney transplant recipients, …

Kidney Transplant

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University Senate members voted down separate motions of non-confidence in Western President Amit Chakma and Board of Governors’ Chair Chirag Shah at …

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“What distinguishes us from animals is our ability to reason – about our own lives and the lives of others,” Amartya Sen, winner of the 1998 Nobel …

Nobel Prize

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University Senate members voted down separate motions of non-confidence in Western President Amit Chakma and Board of Governors’ Chair Chirag Shah at …

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Brian Timney has spent 23 years on the ninth floor of the Social Science Centre – possibly the longest time anyone has served in the dean’s office.

Public Affairs

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Jim Weese never expected to be here forever. “I have always viewed these jobs as temporary,” said the outgoing Health Sciences dean. This month, …

Public Affairs

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A colourless, odourless and toxic gas to humans may hold a rather counter-intuitive key to extending the lives of kidney transplant recipients, …

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The honour recognizes faculty members with outstanding international reputations for their contributions in research – one of the defining hallmarks …

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“We all want to be different, but we crave the same things – a roof, food, safety and freedom of expression,” Pierre Lassonde, esteemed engineer, …

Public Affairs

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University Senate members voted down separate motions of non-confidence in Western President Amit Chakma and Board of Governors’ Chair Chirag Shah at …

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“We all want to be different, but we crave the same things – a roof, food, safety and freedom of expression,” Pierre Lassonde, esteemed engineer, …

Public Affairs

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“What distinguishes us from animals is our ability to reason – about our own lives and the lives of others,” Amartya Sen, winner of the 1998 Nobel …

Nobel Prize

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A colourless, odourless and toxic gas to humans may hold a rather counter-intuitive key to extending the lives of kidney transplant recipients, …

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Jim Weese never expected to be here forever. “I have always viewed these jobs as temporary,” said the outgoing Health Sciences dean. This month, …

Public Affairs

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“We all want to be different, but we crave the same things – a roof, food, safety and freedom of expression,” Pierre Lassonde, esteemed engineer, …

Public Affairs

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A new Western-led study may lead to more guided treatment for young cerebral palsy patients, potentially increasing effectiveness in treatment and …

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Jim Weese never expected to be here forever. “I have always viewed these jobs as temporary,” said the outgoing Health Sciences dean. This month, …

Public Affairs

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A colourless, odourless and toxic gas to humans may hold a rather counter-intuitive key to extending the lives of kidney transplant recipients, …

Western News

A colourless, odourless and toxic gas to humans may hold a rather counter-intuitive key to extending the lives of kidney transplant recipients, …

Western News

A colourless, odourless and toxic gas to humans may hold a rather counter-intuitive key to extending the lives of kidney transplant recipients, …

Western News

A colourless, odourless and toxic gas to humans may hold a rather counter-intuitive key to extending the lives of kidney transplant recipients, …

Western News

A colourless, odourless and toxic gas to humans may hold a rather counter-intuitive key to extending the lives of kidney transplant recipients, …