Detroit International Auto Show Looks to the Future

Detroit International Auto Show Looks to the Future

The 30 news team travelled to Detroit to see the latest models and features on showcase.

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Students Hold Press Conference to Spread the Word on Class Project

Students Hold Press Conference to Spread the Word on Class Project

The University of Windsor’s second year journalism class held a press conference at the Windsor Star news cafe to spread the word on their on going project.

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The girl who brought Her Campus to UWindsor.

The University of Windsor’s campus correspondent for Her Campus is determined to give a voice to young females. Lucy Hopkins, UWindsor’s campus correspondent for Her Campus since September 2014, started the chapter in hopes of giving students at the university another news source. Before the Her Campus chapter started, Hopkins’...

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Nader’s continuous journey to success and their innovative approach to running a café

Nader’s continuous journey to success and their innovative approach to running a café

Nader’s Quality Cuisine and Café, located on the corner of University and Campbell in Windsor, Ontario, opened about ten months ago with a vision in mind that didn’t exactly go as planned. Originally, they were going to sell fully cooked, prepackaged dinners from what they called their “Vacuum-Sealed Menu”. But...

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Herb Gray Parkway: University of Windsor Civil Engineering graduate expands on his experiences on site

Herb Gray Parkway: University of Windsor Civil Engineering graduate expands on his experiences on site

The Herb Gray Parkway project, formerly known as the Windsor-Essex parkway, began construction in 2011 and in the process, has provided thousands of job opportunities for many: Casey Carriere is one of these individuals. The 29-year-old University of Windsor Civil Engineering graduate began working on the parkway roughly two and...

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Bookstores and Beliefs- An interview with Anne Beer

Bookstores and Beliefs- An interview with Anne Beer

An unassuming bookstore owner in Windsor and her decade- long connection to a worldwide protest movement When you encounter Anne Beer at the Bookroom on Wyandotte Street, you may not see past the modest lady that sits behind the counter and recommends good reads to her customers. But after sitting...

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India to Canada – The Experience of Learning Abroad

India to Canada – The Experience of Learning Abroad

Irvin Randhawa is an international student from India and this is her first semester attending the University of Windsor for Environmental Studies, with honours. Randhawa arrived in Canada in December of 2014 and has family in both Brampton and Bellville. Initially, Randhawa was considering doing her post-secondary education in India....

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Pageants: A Sport with a Cause

Returning home after representing Canada in her competition for Miss Earth in the Philippines, Cynthia Loewen contrasts the two sides of the world, having never before felt so proud to be a Canadian. “To be there and to just realize how environmentally friendly and developed our country is”, Cynthia drifts...

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University Professor Becomes Canadian Citizen

On January 15th, 2015, Associate Professor at the University of Windsor’s School of Social Work Dr. Sung Hyun Yun became an official Canadian citizen after nearly a decade of residing in Windsor. Yun, originally from South Korea, first moved away from home during the mid-1990s, residing in South Carolina for two...

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Q&A at a Record store

Q&A at a Record store

Old meets new at Dr.Disc a cd, vinyl store in downtown, but what must it be like to work at a record store? Employee Liam O’Donald said, “Eventually it becomes like any other job, except its funnier than most jobs. You meet a lot of interesting people. It’s always fun.”...

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