Western in the News Archive: November 2016

Culturally relevant mentoring benefits aboriginal students, study finds

November 30, 2016 via Victoria Times Colonist

Aboriginal students do better with aboriginal mentors

November 30, 2016 via Radio Canada International

Western University recognized globally for its surgical expertise

November 28, 2016 via London Free Press

What’s in your pot? Marketplace tests today’s weed

November 25, 2016 via CBC News

Social media sites censor a range of content, new report says

November 23, 2016 via CBC

Grassy Narrows residents eating fish with highest mercury levels in province

November 23, 2016 via Toronto Star

Neurologist Henry Barnett proved Aspirin prevents strokes

November 23, 2016 via The Globe and Mail

Bright Idea: Touchscreen chamber for mice, complete with milkshake

November 21, 2016 via Maclean's

Does the mind use fibre optics? Calgary team floats ‘out-there’ theory of light communication in the brain

November 20, 2016 via National Post

Think like a doctor

November 18, 2016 via CBC News

Eric Lindros Is Entering the Hall of Fame. His Legacy Isn’t Just Hockey.

November 14, 2016 via New York Times

Eric Lindros takes road less travelled to Hockey Hall of Fame

November 12, 2016 via Toronto Star

Supermoon: Beginning Monday, a full moon will make its closest approach to Earth in seven decades

November 11, 2016 via London Free Press

Dear America

November 10, 2016 via CBC Radio Ontario Today

Western University study opens window into honeybees’ social order

November 8, 2016 via The Globe and Mail