Two Minutes with Moussa Hamadani

Two Minutes with Moussa Hamadani

Two minutes with Moussa Hamadani is a short interview with the upcoming UWSA president. Find out more on things like his goals for UWSA down to his favourite superhero.

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Santa Flies into Windsor

Santa Flies into Windsor

  No sleigh or reindeer in sight, but Santa managed to make it down to Devonshire Mall on Sunday, November 15th via some modern transportation: a helicopter.  With no snow and warm sunny skies it’s no wonder Santa opted for the chopper instead of the sled this time of year....

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The Holidays are Coming

The Holidays are Coming

The excitement for the holidays and time off are quite the buzz this time of year, but what is it about the holiday season that we look forward to? There is undoubtedly lots of different holidays around this time of year, from Christmas to Hanukkah to Kwanzaa and more! But...

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Impact of Media Representation on Canadian Muslims

From the recent opinion article published in the Toronto Sun on Muslim students being able to “skip” remembrance day ceremonies by a memo issued by the Greater Essex County District Schoolboard, an insider provides perspective on how this media representation impacts millions of Canadian Muslims. The article was done by...

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The Red Carpet Comes to Windsor

Shining lights, security personnel, and lines out the door are all a common site at the Capitol Theatre these weeks. The Windsor International Film Festival (WIFF) is back in town with it’s longest stint yet for its 10th anniversary. The film festival kicked off its opening weekend on Saturday November...

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Halloween is here!

It’s just days before one of the year’s biggest and most exciting holidays, a time where everyone can choose to be someone else for a night! Halloween is a one-of-a-kind day that comes only once a year, but its important to keep an eye out for what you choose to...

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UWindsor Hosts Annual Graduate School Fair

UWindsor Hosts Annual Graduate School Fair

Tuesday October 7th was the first day of the annual graduate and professional school fair held at the University of Windsor. Dozens of graduate schools had informational booths which attracted hundreds of students. The fair will go on until Wednesday October 8th at 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the...

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Windsor: Most Churches Closed in Dioceses

  The pending closure of Assumption church makes it the most recent of over 16 Diocese of London church closures in Windsor since 2000. Only five Catholic Churches have closed in London in the same time period—the second highest number of closures after Windsor. Diocese of London Pastoral Planning Director...

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UWin Students Not Heading to Polls

Students at the University of Windsor aren’t likely going to be heading to the polls on October 27th for the municipal elections. Many students find themselves inadequately prepared to make an educated decision on voting, though some simply do not care to vote. With around 14,000 students being able to...

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UWin Student Focuses on Education for Miss Canada

UWin Student Focuses on Education for Miss Canada

Through pursuing post-secondary education and volunteering to provide schooling for impoverished children, Miss Canada finalist Priya Madaan hopes to earn the title to start a national campaign on the importance of education. The 18-year-old University of Windsor nursing student has been raised in a family where education was heavily focused...

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