Western in the News

While some remain, most international students leave P.E.I. after graduating

July 10, 2018 via The Guardian (Charlottetown)

Particle Accelerator Reveals Hidden Faces in Damaged 19th-Century Daguerreotype Portraits

July 10, 2018 via Smithsonian Magazine

How a Particle Accelerator Is Helping to Unearth Long-Lost Pieces of Art

July 10, 2018 via Mental Floss

Why, unlike some people, Canadians don’t lose their minds over Supreme Court appointments

July 9, 2018 via National Post

At the Letters: Academic and cultural perspective on the Osuna case

July 9, 2018 via Sportsnet

New statistical study shows how to rid hospitals of ‘hallway medicine’

July 5, 2018 via CTV News

The power of more than one woman on a board

July 2, 2018 via CNN Money

The power of more than one woman on a board

July 2, 2018 via CNN Money

Cannais and the adolescent brain: what science knows and doesn’t

June 30, 2018 via The Globe and Mail

‘Buck a beer isn’t going to cut it’: What to expect from Ontario Premier Doug Ford

June 29, 2018 via BNN Bloomberg

Students with special needs increasingly asked to stay home from school:report

June 26, 2018 via The Chronicle Journal

Overlooked: Photography and the Smartphone

June 26, 2018 via CBC Ideas

CLS solves mystery of lost 19th century images

June 26, 2018 via Global News

How many words do you need to speak a language?

June 24, 2018 via BBC

Early photos revealed with X-ray technology

June 22, 2018 via Radio Canada International