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Nail Diaries: Western University-Bound!

Five years ago, I was unintentionally doing my best to make the furrow between my brows a permanent fixture on my face.  Trying to decide between pursuing a bachelor’s degree in journalism or language arts, attending an out-of-province university or a local one, following my friends or setting out on my own—the stress and pressure felt immense. 392 more words

Nail Diaries

Western hosts international student competition tackling global issues

Bright minds from around the world will cap off a three-day conference at Western University Wednesday, aimed at finding solutions to heavy-hitting global issues.

The World’s Challenge Challenge has welcomed 10 teams from universities across Canada, as well as Hong Kong, the Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand and the U.S. 246 more words


Hypothesis: London's Topography Hints At The Promanent Child-Trafficking Ring

In April 11, 2017, 78 people were arrested for child & human trafficking in Ontario, many of them from right here in London.

Here is a useful piece of information about London’s geography and relationships between business owners, priests, and child-pornograpy/trafficking which I am uncovering little by little. 485 more words

Child-Trafficking London

Western University study shows promise for earlier dementia diagnoses

Researchers at Western University found that something as simple as walking and talking can be a predictor of dementia.

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Suspicious device that prompted Western evacuation found to be water pressure monitoring device: police

A wired water pressure monitor has been identified as the suspicious device that prompted the evacuation of two buildings on Western University’s campus Thursday afternoon, police said. 254 more words


Connecting the Dots: Kalichuk, RCAF, Truscott, Susan Cadieux, Lynne Harper, St. Mary's School, St. Peter's Basilica

Let me see if I’ve got this right —

  • On June 09, 1559, Lynne Harper went missing from an area near Clinton, Ontario. Her father worked at the RCAF station.
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St. Peter's Basilica