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A continued focus on UWO community support and inclusivity

We once again saw heartbreaking violence in our country last night. A gunman took eight lives in Georgia. Six of the victims have been identified as Asian. As details unfold and new questions arise, what is front and center for us is the fear and pain that UWO...

Another step toward the better days ahead

A year ago today, I sent you an email that still feels unreal. At 11:48 a.m., March 12, 2020, I announced we were canceling classes so faculty and staff could spend that week ahead, as well as the spring break, moving all instruction online. We also asked all...

This Martin Luther King Jr. Day, hope for a healing 2021

Today, we pause to observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day. As we resolve to follow Dr. King’s example and exceed his expectations, I imagine I am not the only person wondering what he would say about our nation and world right now were he still here to lead us. The...