Lancer baseball set to begin second half of season

Lancer baseball set to begin second half of season

After finishing the first half of the season with a 15-7-1 record, the men’s baseball team is preparing to resume play following the winter break. Lancer baseball, which is a self-funded program at the University of Windsor, is playing its first season in the NCBA – an American collegiate baseball...

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Advanced stats are a growing trend among local hockey teams

Advanced stats are a growing trend among local hockey teams

Traditional ways of assessing the game of hockey are quickly changing. With the use analytics, along with constantly evolving technology, teams are able to see the game like never before. These analytics can consist of several advanced stats including iCorsi – a stat used to analyze shot attempts, as well...

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Gridiron Gala Reveals Possible Future for Windsor Stadium

Gridiron Gala Reveals Possible Future for Windsor Stadium

Former and current football stars, along with members of city council attended the Gridiron Gala to witness the Alpha Kai Omega Fraternity’s plans to renovate Windsor Stadium and the surrounding area. Nearly one year after obtaining full operations rights to the stadium, AKO is set to begin an estimated $10...

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Express Looking to Improve After Second Straight Championship

Express Looking to Improve After Second Straight Championship

Professional basketball in Windsor is here to stay, at least for a little while after the Windsor Express and city council signed a three-year rental deal for the WFCU Centre. The deal however, was not what the Express hoped for, as they will continue to pay the $3,500 per game...

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Windsor Express’ Rally Falls Short Against Raptors 905

Windsor Express’ Rally Falls Short Against Raptors 905

The Windsor Express began their 2015/16 campaign with a 117-114 loss to the Raptors 905. The exhibition game that took place Thursday night marked the first time a team from the NBL went up against an NBA D-League team. Led by a 38-point performance from Adrian Moss, the Express were...

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The University of Windsor Addresses the Refugee Crisis

The University of Windsor Addresses the Refugee Crisis

Tuesday, concerned members of the University community gathered to discuss the Syrian refugee crisis, and how the campus community can begin to contribute. Led by Political Science Professor Tom Najem, the event also featured former politicians, lawyers, representatives from independent government organizations, and various members of the University community.

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The Importance of Becoming an Organ Donor

The Importance of Becoming an Organ Donor

Loading video, please wait… Dr. Patrick Luke, Co-Director of the Multi-Organ Transplant Program at University Hospital discusses the importance of organ donation in Southwestern Ontario and Canada as a whole.

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Host for the Holidays is Back for Thanksgiving

The University of Windsor’s International Student Centre is preparing for the 7th annual Host for the Holidays program. The program connects international students with Windsor families who are willing to share the Canadian Thanksgiving experience. Loading video, please wait…

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Police Investigate Windsor Phone Scams

Police Investigate Windsor Phone Scams

Police are warning the public about potential phone scams after a Windsor resident sent $4,000 to an unknown male caller. The caller told the 74-year-old victim that he was a Sergeant with the Windsor Police Service, claiming that his son had been involved in a motor vehicle accident in the...

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