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Unintentional EMF breakthrough may offer hope

While the debate rages over the harmful effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF), found in everything from cell phones, medical imaging devices and power lines, one Western researcher sees potential beyond the controversy.

Campus Digest: Ivey surpasses Campaign for Leadership fundraising goal

Western’s Ivey Business School wrapped its Campaign for Leadership Monday evening, by announcing the school had exceeded its $200 million goal. The campaign, publicly launched in 2010, secured $206 million in funding, marking the largest fundraising effort in the school’s 90-year history.

Plaques leave their marks on Western

Unless you were among 30 friends and family who gathered on a slightly breezy day in May, you probably don’t know why there’s a plaque on campus for Brenda MacEachern.

Energy-savings push nabs top award

Energy-savings push nabs top award

Western’s Facilities Management department has been recognized for all that energy the university put into saving energy.

Hebert: You can find love for whatever you are doing

Often, it is chance that dictates your career’s path and graduates should be ready to embrace a multitude of unseen opportunities, said Chantal Hebert, national affairs reporter and political columnist for The Toronto Star.

Garnett closes the book on 15 years at Western

Western News reporter Paul Mayne sat down with University Librarian Joyce Garnett, who retires at the end of this month, to talk about the changes she has seen at the university and her hopes for the future.

Unintentional EMF breakthrough may offer hope

While the debate rages over the harmful effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF), found in everything from cell phones, medical imaging devices and power lines, one Western researcher sees potential beyond the controversy.

Campus Digest: Ivey surpasses Campaign for Leadership fundraising goal

Western’s Ivey Business School wrapped its Campaign for Leadership Monday evening, by announcing the school had exceeded its $200 million goal. The campaign, publicly launched in 2010, secured $206 million in funding, marking the largest fundraising effort in the school’s 90-year history.

Plaques leave their marks on Western

Unless you were among 30 friends and family who gathered on a slightly breezy day in May, you probably don’t know why there’s a plaque on campus for Brenda MacEachern.

Energy-savings push nabs top award

Energy-savings push nabs top award

Western’s Facilities Management department has been recognized for all that energy the university put into saving energy.

Hebert: You can find love for whatever you are doing

Often, it is chance that dictates your career’s path and graduates should be ready to embrace a multitude of unseen opportunities, said Chantal Hebert, national affairs reporter and political columnist for The Toronto Star.

Garnett closes the book on 15 years at Western

Western News reporter Paul Mayne sat down with University Librarian Joyce Garnett, who retires at the end of this month, to talk about the changes she has seen at the university and her hopes for the future.