How 10 years of reconstruction has helped to grow the student population at the University of Windsor

On July 1st 2008, Alan Wildeman was appointed to the President and Vice-Chancellor position at the University of Windsor. After 10 years of service on January 27th 2017, he announced his retirement from the role and will be leaving in June of 2018. Although the architectural jobs have been very...

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Meeting Sue

  I knew drug addiction was one of the leading causes of poverty. I knew that at some point while I was gathering footage and doing interviews, I would talk to someone about drug addiction and it’s impact on people living under the poverty line.  However, I didn’t know I...

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Digital Journalism faculty and students hold event honouring grants from the University’s Strategic Priority Fund and the Walter J. Blackburn foundation.

Digital Journalism faculty and students hold event honouring grants from the University’s Strategic Priority Fund and the Walter J. Blackburn foundation.

      Digital Journalism faculty and students hold event honouring grants from the University’s Strategic Priority Fund and the Walter J. Blackburn foundation. On November 25th, the Digital Journalism faculty and students held an event in Lambton Tower, Studio A, honouring grants from the University’s Strategic Priority Fund and...

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Delta Alpha Theta collects donations for the Hiatus House

Ilisa Merz, philanthropy chair’s thought on the food drive Starting from November 3rd to November 6th, Delta Alpha Theta began collecting donations for the Hiatus House Windsor. For their first philanthropy event of three this semester Delta Alpha Theta decided to collect donations for the Hiatus House Windsor with no...

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Students vs. Midterms and Assignments

Loading video, please wait… It’s that time of the semester again, students are have midterms and major assignment the 30 interviewed four students. Two with registered disabilities and two with anxiety. The students shared some of the difficulties they faced. The 30 also interviews Dr. Robert Clark and he shared...

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UWindsor Student on voting in the 2015 election

Loading video, please wait… On October 19th, the 42nd general elections took place. The 30 wanted to know what University of Windsor students opinons on why voting is important. We went to Canterbury college and interviewed student before and after they voted and they shared their thoughts. For more information...

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University Staff Member Launches Debut Novel in the Welcome Centre

  On September 30th, Jennifer Ammoscato alumni, and manager of marketing, publications and web team leader for the University of Windsor launched her book “Dear Internet: It’s Me, Avery” book one to a five book series.   Fans both students, and staff gathered in the atrium of the new Welcome...

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Windsor Police Issue Fraud Warning

Windsor Police Issue Fraud Warning

The Windsor Police service are warning the public after the latest fraud report by a 74-year-old resident by a unsolicited phone call.   On September 2nd, the victim received a phone call around 8:00am from a male claimed to be a Sergeant with the Windsor Police who informed him that...

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Spreading the welcome mat for International Students.

The ISS Team (International Student Society) and UWindsor’s ISC (International Student Centre) invites international students the campus with open arms and does their best to spread the welcome mat. Bilal Khan, the VP of External Affairs emphasized how hard the members of the ISS Team work to make international students...

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The girl who brought Her Campus to UWindsor.

The University of Windsor’s campus correspondent for Her Campus is determined to give a voice to young females. Lucy Hopkins, UWindsor’s campus correspondent for Her Campus since September 2014, started the chapter in hopes of giving students at the university another news source. Before the Her Campus chapter started, Hopkins’...

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