Students passing classes but failing finances

Students passing classes but failing finances

Thousands of university graduates leave school with thousands of dollars in student debt. 30.ca reporter Grace Howes took to campus to learn more about how Windsor students plans to tackle their financial futures.

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UWindsor’s downtown promise – March 31st, 2016

UWindsor’s downtown promise – March 31st, 2016

The students of Studio III took to the streets of downtown Windsor to examine the effects of the university’s relocation project. Reporters spoke with students, business owners and project coordinators to get scoop for this special edition broadcast.

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Academic dishonesty trends decrease following administrative changes

Academic dishonesty trends decrease following administrative changes

Academic integrity violations have been cut in half since a new system was implemented at the University of Windsor. As of the 2014/2015 school year, the Academic Integrity Office is giving associate deans more power to handle violations within departments. According to their annual reports, the Academic Integrity Office (AIO),...

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A New Tax for Ontario

A New Tax for Ontario

Did you see any changes to your household bills last month? Kathleen Wynne’s new carbon tax has taken effect as of January 2017. The new tax will not be set apart from your usual expenses on your bill. Ontarians have mixed feelings on the addition to their usual taxes.

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Windsor Talks: Drinking in Canada

Windsor Talks: Drinking in Canada

The30.ca reporter Grace Howes speaks with University of Windsor students about their thoughts on Canada’s current legal drinking age.

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How Bad is Bad? A short documentary

How Bad is Bad? A short documentary

In Spring 2016, the30.ca investigated poverty and homelessness in Windsor, Ontario. This short documentary includes city statistics and personal stories from Windsor’s community on the state of poverty in the city.

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Windsor Fire wants to Ignite Student Preparedness

Windsor Fire wants to Ignite Student Preparedness

Student rental homes can come with unexpected dangers if you don’t know what to be prepared for. Local Firefighter, Les Dorgo, suggests basic knowledge about fire safety is the key being a safe student renter.

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Healthy Eating means Healthy Grades

Health Canada has preposed to make change to make food education more accessible to vulnerable population. At the University of Windsor, students must prioritize healthy eating in order to make the grade.

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