The doom of paintball is looming

Paintball in Windsor and Essex County is coming to an end, with the closure of Windsor Rush. The large brick building is the last enclosed paintball field in the area,and it attracts a niche of enthusiast players who range from 10 to 50 years of age. “It’s a wide range...

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Time Management Equals Success in Lancer’s Athletics

Time Management Equals Success in Lancer’s Athletics -by Madison Andrade   For many first year university students, the workload is very unexpected and a lot to take on. Completing homework, going to classes, part-time jobs, as well as trying to maintain a social life and get eight hours of sleep...

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Ever heard of Italophobia?

Ever heard of Italophobia?

Italophobia is a term many of us are unfamiliar with. It defines the discrimination Italians faced upon their arrival to Canada in the late 19th century. Italians were seen as different because in a sense, they were. They dressed, ate, and behaved differently. My uncle Angelo brought salami and prosciutto...

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The Ukrainian Restaurant: 90 years and still kicking

The Ukrainian Restaurant: 90 years and still kicking

The Ukrainian Restaurant is a hidden gem on Marion Avenue. Its owner, Anna Momcilvic, has been running it for the last 40 years. Momcilovic moved to Canada from Zagreb in the ‘50s, after completing a degree in economics. Her father expected her to come back, but she stayed in Windsor,...

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Olympic Spirit Benefits Pet Adoptions

Olympic Spirit Benefits Pet Adoptions

The Windsor/Essex County Humane Society launched a promotion on the occasion of the Winter Olympics, targeting all pet adoptions. For every Canadian athlete who wins a medal in Sochi, an adopter will get a discount on the adoption fee. A gold medal corresponds to a 50 per cent discount; silver...

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Baseball Player brings Movie Theatre on Campus

Michael-Anthony Ferrato, a Lancers Baseball Player, decided to help out the team by turning a classroom in Erie Hall into a movie theater. The proceeds from the ticket sales will subsidize the Lancers Men’s Baseball Team, which is currently self-funded. Ferrato,who took inspiration from other on-campus movie theaters in Ontario,...

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Do You Have His Civic Pride?

Do You Have His Civic Pride?

Do you remember Stephen Chaborek? He is the major plaintiff in a $16 million lawsuit against the bridge. The same bridge his father helped build. Chaborek, who is 92-years-old, is an intrepid (just like his car) ex navy veteran, who one day last summer decided to end Indian Road’s plight....

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An Evening with Margaret Atwood at BookFest

An Evening with Margaret Atwood at BookFest

Margaret Atwood presented her dystopian novel MaddAdam, the third in the Oryx and Crake trilogy, at Windsor’s annual BookFest on November 2nd. The award winning sci-fi Canadian writer chose Windsor as one of a series of locations to promote her new book. MaddAddam comes after a decade of work to...

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