In order to keep Western students happy, good facilities are a must. It's no secret—our campus is beautiful. Some buildings are old and a bit dated, namely the Social Science Building and University Community Centre, but their sizes and plethora of classrooms keep the buildings active. Western is constantly expanding, and renovations can be seen at nearly any time of the year. However, the newer buildings blend into the old, making for a uniformed campus. North Campus Building and Health Science Building particularly exhibit this trait, with modern interiors full of interesting architecture and artwork.
Students love to keep busy on campus, and there is a lot to do to keep students entertained. The campus movie theatre, Western Film, features new films every week that are current and—most importantly—cheap. The libraries are popular student hangouts, with Starbucks cafés in the D.B. Weldon and Allyn & Betty Taylor libraries for breaks between study sessions. For the less academically inclined, the Spoke and the Wave are the most frequented spots on campus. With great food, drinks, and atmosphere, students spend time at both venues, socializing during the day and after classes.