Serbian Centre’s Rich Museum

Serbian Centre’s Rich Museum

By: Terry Dang Renovations are just about to finish at Windsor’s Serbian Heritage Museum for an exhibition of Serbian art and contemporary culture. The walls are covered with abstracts and painted pieces done by local Serbian artists, and the glass display cases hold busts and sculptors. There is also a...

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An Interview with Wusto Agustino Regarding Aboriginal Culture.

An Interview with Wusto Agustino Regarding Aboriginal Culture.

By: Tae Kang The Mosaic will be an exciting project for me, because I will be looking into the multiculturalism in Windsor. I feel more passionate about this topic, because I myself am a minority. I like living in the fourth most diverse city, which makes me glad to investigate...

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From Serbia to Windsor; an Interview

From Serbia to Windsor; an Interview

By: Brittney Miller The house I walk into is neat, super neat. To the point where I’m usually afraid to touch anything. Although it’s “my” house (my as in my parents house). I didn’t actually ask her to do an interview with me before hand, but I knew she wouldn’t...

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The Underground Railroad Presentation

The Underground Railroad Presentation

Last week I was introduced to an interesting woman, Tamara Walls-Muise. Mrs. Walls-Muise is a library teacher at William G. Davis Public School, and a direct descendent of John Freeman Walls. Her great-great-grandfather followed the Underground Railroad from North Carolina to Puce, Ontario. I was fortunate enough to sit in...

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Windsor's New Mayor

Drew Dilkens comes out on top in the 2014 municipal election over some impressive candidates. Dilkens dominated the votes at the October 27th election in Windsor, beating out other notable candidates, John Millson, and Larry Horwitz. “Running for mayor is an experience that will have lasting effects on the way...

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