Olympics: A Celebration of Sports, Education, and Culture
Did you know that Olympism is a life philosophy? Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the modern Olympic Games, envisioned making the world a better place by combining sport with culture and education.
The “Olympics: A Celebration of Sports, Education, and Culture” exhibit features a selection of memorabilia and ephemera from the James Worrall collection highlighting the athletic, artistic, and cultural history of the modern Olympic games. Beginning Monday, November 2nd 2015, come visit the John A. Schweitzer Gallery in the Archives and Research Collections Centre (ARCC) and view the exhibit from Monday to Friday, 10:00AM to 4:30PM.
Come Home to Western
Remember...cheering for the team...the marching band playing...cheerleaders...the friends... the beautiful campus...libraries and lecture halls...cramming for exams...professors and classmates...
Visit the “Come Home to Western” exhibit featuring photographs and documents from Western Archives collections and artifacts from the John P. Metras Sports Museum and the Western Mustang band. It will be in the John A. Schweitzer Gallery in the Archives and Research Collections Centre (ARCC) until December 1, 2015. The exhibit can be viewed during the ARCC’s normal hours of opening, 10:00 AM-4:30 PM, Monday to Friday.