University of Windsor Students Discuss Hopes for New President

University of Windsor Students Discuss Hopes for New President

With recent news of the University of Windsor’s president Dr. Alan Wildeman stepping down in June 2018, change is on everyone’s mind, including the students at the university.  Dr. Wildeman has served as the university president since 2008. Wildeman was originally appointed for a six year term in 2008 and...

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Students voice their needs under new University of Windsor leadership

Students voice their needs under new University of Windsor leadership

University of Windsor president Dr. Alan Wildeman is stepping down from his position in June 2018. This action affects the students and their experience getting an education. Students who have heard the news share their thoughts about what new leadership will focus on improving. Nicole Mendes, fourth year English Literature...

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Fatal Car Crash on Central Avenue Overpass

Fatal Car Crash on Central Avenue Overpass

One man dies days after car crash on the Central Avenue overpass at E.C. Row Expressway West, due to injuries from being ejected from his vehicle, and another man is injured. The 76 year old who was ejected from his car was sent to a hospital with serious injuries on Feb 22....

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Thamesville convenience store robbed

The Thamesville Mac’s Milk located at 25 Victoria street was robbed just before midnight February 20. The suspect entered the store dressed in a black hoodie, worn backwards, the hood had eye holes cut into it and was used as a face mask. He was also wearing black gloves and...

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Chatham Woman Arrested

Chatham Woman Arrested

A 35-year-old  Sarnia woman was arrested late Monday night after being found in violation of her parole, the woman was arrested by police after they learned there were outstanding warrants for her arrest. On February 27th police were called to the Real Canadian Superstore on St. Clair Street North in...

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Margaret Trudeau shares her story to help end the stigma of mental-illness

  REPORTER’S NOTE: The day I heard that Margaret Trudeau was going to be speaking at the Chatham Cultural Centre about her struggles and victories with Bipolar Disorder I rushed and picked up a ticket. I had every intention of writing a story for www.the30.ca from my vantage point of...

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