Working with the Real World: Editing Practicum

Working with the Real World: Editing Practicum

Editing Practicum is a one-of-a-kind course in Canada in which students work with Black Moss Press to publish books by Canadian authors.

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Another Successful Season for the Campus Market

  The Campus Farmers’ Market consists of several local vendors recruited by market coordinators. Vendors choose either a day or seasonal pass for the fall and set up in the Student Courtyard for several Thursday between September and October.

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Marie Morrissey, All About Fairness

  “I just have such a thing for fairness,” Social Justice Advocate Marie Morrissey stated in a recent interview with The30. Morrissey has been a volunteer with New Song Church for six years, and along with her volunteer work with food, clothing and mentoring, Morrissey focuses her services on making...

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New Song Church – The Real “Cheers”

“It’s like the old TV show “Cheers”, right you know there was this fictitious bar. Where everybody knows your name, and the church is very much like that here,” says Kevin Rogers, pastor of New Song Church. The church is open 5 days a week, providing food to the homeless,...

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The Advantage of Animal Adoption

The Advantage of Animal Adoption

There are always stories of abused or stray animals posted online or in commercials on television. Shelters encourage adoption, but it is never really stated why adoption is important. Watch this video to hear why rescues and shelters push animal adoption and the story of a rescue dog.

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Saving a Life: Animal Rescue

Saving a Life: Animal Rescue

Windsor Essex County Humane Society broke its adoption record in 2014 with a total of 2,011 adoptions of exotic and domestic animals, cats and dogs. However, the Humane Society is not the only animal rescue in Windsor. Moggy Cat Rescue, Tiny Paws Small Animal Rescue, and several other volunteer run...

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Scarehouse Windsor Screams Horror

Loading video, please wait… Scarehouse Windsor invites you for a three story walk through the horrors of their annual haunted house.

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Antipoverty Workshop for Justice

Loading video, please wait… Pathway to Potential hosted the Charity is Good, Justice is Better workshop on Friday from 9am to 4pm at the University of Windsor. The day consisted of several panelists and a presentation from Adam Vasey, the director of Pathway to Potential. The workshop was to raise...

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Police Fraud Scamming Community Members

Police Fraud Scamming Community Members

A 74 year old man is the victim of a fraud phone call from a man claiming to be a sergeant with the Windsor Police Service. Windsor police visited the residence of the victim at approximately 8am on September 2 after the victim received two suspicious phone calls the day...

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