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Pearl Hacks, which took place March 21-22, was a hackathon at University of North Carolina exclusively for women. <br /> Photo courtesy of Major League Hacking.

Hundreds hacking Western this weekend

  What would you say if you were told you had 36 hours to start and finish a software or hardware project? This weekend, about 300 people are going to do exactly that, at Hack Western, the first hackathon to take place at Western University. “We ended up getting a ton of people applying,” said […]

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The Access to Justice Symposium at Western University's Faculty of Law Focused on the issue of self-representing litigants. <br />Photo by Amy Legate-Wolfe<br />

The Epidemic Of Self-Representing Litigants

Imagine this scenario. You and your partner have decided to get a divorce. You both have stable jobs, stable incomes and some savings. Your first thought would be to call a lawyer, right? Well, for over half the people in North America going through the family law system, it turns out the answer is “No.” […]

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Mackenzie Sinclair works with everyday objects to create provocative dialogues about the nature of society.  <br />Photo by Patricia Barrett

Big black box holds secrets

For someone who has spent four years elbow-deep in acrylic paint and other artistic media, the last thing you’d expect her to say is that she doesn’t want to be an artist. Well, sort of doesn’t want to. “I want to be a curator,” said Mackenzie Sinclair, a 21-year-old fine arts student at Western University. […]

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