Anonymous asked: there is a HUGE creative writing program it's like 2/3 of arts here it's new it just started like a year ago that anon shld def look into it
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Anonymous asked: Hey! I'm applying to universities now and i was wondering, should I look at UWO for english/writing? Or should I try at ryerson/somewhere else?
I would say that you have nothing to lose by applying to an English program at UWO, but I don’t know much about the program. Apply to all the schools you feel would suit you and your needs, and once you have your acceptances, do a little more research into which school you actually want to attend (consider more than just the program—think about the pros and cons of living at/away from home, the campus, the school’s reputation, etc).
Anonymous asked: cylindrical drum with an open top is to be constructed using 1m^2 of aluminum. write an equation for the volume of the drum in terms of the radius.
thats what wolf ram alpha is for bud.
Any Ontario University student, Mustang or not, knows what I mean by “The Typical Western Girl.” MACLEANS magazine even did an article on it (find it in the next link posted) Lulu Lemon leggings, either UGGs or Hunter rain boots, straight hair, lots of makeup and probably pretty enough to be on a…
On September 4th 2010 I moved into my dorm room at The University of Western Ontario, finally free of a boring city that held nothing for me, and stepping into the world of adulthood. I’d had it all planned out. My roommate would be my new best friend, I’d go out and party a little while still…
Finally got to take a pic of my favourite building on campus. Was waiting for the perfect day.
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Anonymous asked: I am thinking of going to Western for kin. Would you please tell me some stuff about the program? How is living on rez? Is Saugeen really a zoo? Is the kin program good? I want to bleed purple next year!
Neither of us are in kin, so we don’t really have much useful information to share about it… You’d be much better off hearing words of wisdom from someone who is actually in the program. The kin program is good, that much I can attest to!
In terms of living in residence, it is one of THE greatest experiences you will ever have. You live by yourself, meet TONS of new people, and get a better sense of who you are as an individual. For some more info on residences here, follow this link.
Saugeen does get a little crazy, but that’s mainly because there are over 1000 students living in the building. It would happen anywhere that houses so many first year students in one place!
I’ve found that students who lived in Saugeen have more pride for their residence than nearly any other residence. It’s really not a bad thing to end up there, most students don’t want to leave once they’ve experienced living there.
COME TO US <3
Anonymous asked: heyy i was wondering whether any of you guys are in medical science :)
One of us is doing a double major in Biology and Medical Sciences, so yes! Do you have any specific questions about the module?
theycallthisheartbreak asked: Is there anything that you wish someone had told you about Western/University in general A) as a grade 12 student preparing to go to university or B) as a freshman ? And also, I know that at our school, everyone hates the grade nines; is it that way with freshmen at Western? Is there typical freshman behaviour that I should be avoiding in the fall? Thank you so much :P
Hihi! Sorry for the ridiculously long wait for a response to this question, we haven’t been able to get around to answering our asks in quiiiite a while! I’m assuming you’re now a freshman here at Western, so whatever advice we may have for you is likely unnecessary now. No, freshmen aren’t hated, as you’ve likely noticed. Even if you have any “freshmen tendencies”, you’ll grow out of them as the years pass. Don’t worry, we’ve all been there.
I honestly wish someone would’ve seriously sat me down and reminded me that I’m going to university for a reason. I’m going with the intention of graduating and getting my degree, not for wasting my time doing anything but studying. Yes, doing other things is what makes up the university experience, but do not forget that your marks are your number one priority.
Anonymous asked: are you guys sophs or oc students?
We’re OC students, but one of us is sophing this year!