Declining student enrolment rates extend pressure beyond university campus

Declining student enrolment rates extend pressure beyond university campus

Between offering new courses and building new campuses downtown, it seems the University of Windsor is doing all that it can to attract students, but undergraduate enrolment rates continue to decline. An address from President Alan Wildeman revealed an undergraduate enrolment rate that is the lowest it has been in...

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Windsor Talks: Presidential Election

Windsor Talks: Presidential Election

The30 news reporter Madison Sieger recently took to the streets with our Windsor Talks segment to ask locals about their reactions to the results of the US Presidential Election.

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Women in Engineering: Still a Man’s World

Women in Engineering: Still a Man’s World

The Ontario Network for Women in Engineering recently hosted its 12th annual Go ENG Girl event at the University of Windsor. Nearly 40 girls from the Windsor-Essex region participated in a design challenge where they worked with female engineering students to learn about the industry. The goal of this event...

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Residents “Dump” City of Windsor

Residents “Dump” City of Windsor

City of Windsor residents are concerned about illegal dumping in the city. Following a flood in mid-September, couches, mattresses, and other large furniture items continue to litter city streets. Councillors are discussing possible resolutions to solve this problem but have not moved beyond the planning and development stage. Residents are urging city...

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Aboriginal Education Centre: Holiday Craft Show

Aboriginal Education Centre: Holiday Craft Show

The Holiday Craft Show kicked off the Christmas season by inviting local artists and small businesses to display their works on the university campus, providing an exclusive and festive shopping experience. This Thursday, November 26th, the Aboriginal Education Centre hosted it’s first seasonal event since inhabiting their current location on...

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Students’ Sixth Class: Course Registration

Students’ Sixth Class: Course Registration

Amidst the stresses of midterms and impending finals, students are also forced to frantically navigate course registration for the Winter 2016 semester. For some students, especially those in their earlier undergraduate years, this process can be daunting and bring about unnecessary frustration. The Office of the Registrar is where students...

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UWindsor’s Limited Student Housing Options

With the recent demolition of Electa Hall, University of Windsor Students are threatened with even more restrictions regarding housing accommodations beyond first year. The destruction of Electa echoes of 2012 when Cody Hall was torn down and replaced by green space on campus. With Clark Residence also closed due to...

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Limited Parking and Unreliable Buses Worry Students

Recent construction on the Ambassador Bridge has commuting students worried about transportation. Students commuting via car already experience issues with restricted parking, students commuting via public transportation are subject to unstable bus schedules, and students living on campus are concerned with taxi, train, and coach bus fares. Loading video, please...

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