For 113 years, the Gazette has been keeping a watchful eye on our campus.
We investigate important student issues like mental health, food insecurity and provincial policies to keep students informed. And we explore topics like the latest fads, technology and sports to keep our campus entertained.
This place has been a training ground for Western students who’ve gone on to professional careers like journalism, public relations, communications, and even photography.
Volunteering is simple. Our office is on the second floor of the UCC (Rm 263) and we are open Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Just walk in and tell us what you’re passionate about. Writing? Photographing? Filming? Designing? We’ll get you started.
Everyone at the Gazette began with their first step into the office. And now, we’re a part of a collective of student writers, photographers and artists.
As a volunteer, there’s no experience required, and there’s no set time commitment, but as you move up the tiers, you’ll see how you can get involved with us. Let us break it down: