Archive | March, 2015

Western Journalism students conducting a newscast <br /> Photo by Jeremy Copeland <br />

Video Feature Stories 2015

Students in the Master of Arts in Journalism program at Western University produce stories in all mediums – video, audio, print, and online. Here are some of the video stories they’ve produced in their final semester.   Ethical Dairy Farming by Amanda Whalen There are approximately 4,000 dairy farmers in Ontario. As new barns are […]

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Vibrating at a different frequency

Music for the deaf community was considered  an oxymoron by most people, but David Bobier believed that music is an art that could be shared by all, regardless of disability. The VibraFusion lab in London, that was founded by Bobier in 2013, is based on alternative audio technology created by the Inclusive Media and Design […]

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Science fair opens doors for young students

Jessie MacAlpine has a patent pending for an all-natural malaria medication. The second year University of Toronto student has come a long way since her first science fair project in the seventh grade. Her mother remembers carrying a fish tank, with some plants and an Alka-Seltzer to the science fair. “She has always been interested […]

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Western students lead charge to tackle epilepsy

Western students turned the University Community Centre purple for the first ever Western Epilepsy Awareness Rally (W.E.A.R.) Thursday. The event took place on Purple Day, the biggest day of activism during Epilepsy Awareness Month. W.E.A.R. was organized by Western students with support from London’s Epilepsy Support Centre and combined education and interactivity with information booths, […]

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