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Meet Meghan

Meghan during O-Week

Along with two friends, Meghan (left) enjoyed their Orientation Week experience.

Hometown: London, Ontario

Program: Honors Specilization in Health Sciences

Year: Fourth

My favourite thing about Western:The beauty of this breathtaking campus.

Why I chose Health Studies: Health Studies is a balanced blend of both biological and social sciences and is a great gateway to countless professional and master's programs.

My campus/community involvement: Three time Summer Academic Orientation Leader; Leadership and Mentorship Program Peer Mentor; Learning It Together Student Mentor; Serving at London’s Ark Aid Mission; Church childcare provider and musician

The best place to study on campus: Definitely Weldon Library, and definitely the silent floors.

Weldon Library

For Meghan, there is no better place to study than D.B. Weldon Library.

My favourite class: 2nd year Anatomy (bell-ringer exam included)!

Best place to eat on campus: The stacks. Just kidding! Probably Lucy’s in Thames Hall.

Best way to meet other Health Studies students: Being outgoing and conversational during tutorials, which tend to have fewer students in them than lectures.

Three words to describe being a Health Sciences student at Western: Envy of campus!

What I to be when I grow up: Occupational Therapist

Favourite Western "postcard" location: The breezeway adjoining Thames Hall and Somerville House.

My favourite Western memory: Getting great workouts with friends during the Rec Centre’s drop-in fitness classes! Cardio kick-boxing all the way!