UWindsor Receives Major Funding from US EPA.

UWindsor Receives Major Funding from US EPA.

As part of a reoccurring initiative, the University of Windsor’s Biology Department has received a 1.9-million dollar grant from the US Environmental Protection Agency to assist with research on wetlands bordering the Great Lakes. The30 news reporter Jess Craymer has more on the story. Author: Jess Craymer Twitter: @jamakinmecarazy

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Speaking Out for Windsor’s Unknown Park

Speaking Out for Windsor’s Unknown Park

The little River Heritage Corridor has been heavily polluted in the past and undergone many restoration projects for over three decades. However, it may be possible that these constant issues have to do with the parks existence being poorly known. The30 news reporter Jess Craymer has the story. Author: Jess...

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UWindsor Campus Initiates Sustainability

UWindsor Campus Initiates Sustainability

The Environmental Sustainability Advocate position has remained empty since last December when the former advocate, Engineering Professor Paul Henshaw, finished his term. However, without a replacement, Henshaw has continued to fulfill part of his former role, “I’m just sort of updating my message, sort of caretaking,” said Henshaw. “I don’t...

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Black Moss Press Set to Hold Annual Book Launch

Black Moss Press Set to Hold Annual Book Launch

Three creative non-fiction books will be launched by Black Moss Press in early April. A celebration put on by the University of Windsor’s Editing and Publishing Practicum Class. Admission is free and all are welcome.

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A New Private Members Bill May Affect Ontario Microbreweries

A New Private Members Bill May Affect Ontario Microbreweries

Change is in the air for Ontario’s Liquor Control Act, possibly giving citizens more options on how they purchase beer. A member of the Ontario legislative assembly has brought forward a private member’s bill that, with the explosion of craft-brewing, could change the way we buy beer in the province. 

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Interview with Karl Jirgens; a Blog

Interview with Karl Jirgens; a Blog

By: Delaney Soall The Mosaic: Windsor’s Diversity is an exciting project that I am thrilled to be apart of. The Press Conference Held on January 21st, at Windsor Star News Café, welcomed our project into the community. Mayor Drew Dilkens said a brief speech on behalf of our project, in...

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A Chat with Douglas Kneale, University of Windsor’s Future Provost

A Chat with Douglas Kneale, University of Windsor’s Future Provost

Find out more about Douglas Kneale, the University of Windsor’s Provost as of March 1st 2015. Including his qualifications and plans for the school’s future in this 30.ca exclusive Interview.

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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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UWSA Fall Campaigning Begins

It’s time for University of Windsor students to choose their voice. The 2014 UWSA bi-election is underway with a fresh pallet of candidates and new regulations to make sure this years election is a success.    

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