Living in a Civil War: The Syrian Crisis Continues

Living in a Civil War: The Syrian Crisis Continues

  With over 700,000 refugees entering Europe this year and winter quickly approaching it is difficult to say what lies ahead for the Syrian families entering Europe. With such a large portion of media attention focused on the crisis in Europe it is still important to remember why these people...

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Students vs. Midterms and Assignments

Loading video, please wait… It’s that time of the semester again, students are have midterms and major assignment the 30 interviewed four students. Two with registered disabilities and two with anxiety. The students shared some of the difficulties they faced. The 30 also interviews Dr. Robert Clark and he shared...

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First Year Students Adjust to University Life

The transition from high-school to university can be tough especially for students who live away from home for the first time. First-year University of Windsor students speak about their experience living on university residences and adjusting to the university life. Loading video, please wait…

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UWindsor’s Limited Student Housing Options

With the recent demolition of Electa Hall, University of Windsor Students are threatened with even more restrictions regarding housing accommodations beyond first year. The destruction of Electa echoes of 2012 when Cody Hall was torn down and replaced by green space on campus. With Clark Residence also closed due to...

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UWindsor Impact on Smoking

Students share their views about smoking on campus and its immediate effects on their lives. Meanwhile, there are many efforts being made by the university to minimize the health and environmental risks of smoking. Loading video, please wait…

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