Cheerleading coach speaks about team

Cheerleading coach speaks about team

Lancers cheerleading coach Ashlee Amato speaks about her team, their practice and routines, and the dangers involved in cheerleading.

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Empty executive seats in UWSA

Empty executive seats in UWSA

The University of Windsor Student Alliance had been left with empty seats on their executive council since the events of the previous school year. There is currently no acting president, there are no vice presidents, and there are no faculty representatives. There are only a select number of senators on...

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Drew Dilkens new mayor-elect

The municipal elections in the City of Windsor have ended, and Drew Dilkens has won the election for the new mayor of Windsor. He will officially replace current mayor Eddie Francis on December 1st. Darko Milenkovic has more below. Loading video, please wait…

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Women in Engineering

Women in Engineering

Engineering is a field with a fairly low female demographic. The enrolment rate for first year female engineering students at the university of Windsor was only 18% in fall 2014. The faculty of engineering, in collaboration with the Ontario Women in Engineering Group, stepped up to the task with their...

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World renowned photojournalist in Windsor

World renowned photojournalist in Windsor

Award-winning photojournalist Larry Towell spoke to the public community and to university students during a seminar at Mackenzie Hall in Sandwich Town in a talk titled “Another side of war: photographs and stories of Afghanistan, Ukraine, Palestine.” More available in the video below. Loading video, please wait…

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UWindsor students organize "sit-in" to protest strike

A student movement at the University of Windsor to protest the lack of talks and negotiations between the university administration and the faculty union began with a rocky start Monday morning. The scheduled sit-in was to have started at 10 a.m. and would have had students occupying university president Alan...

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Campus police investigating series of break-ins

Campus police investigating series of break-ins

Police investigations are ongoing at the University of Windsor regarding a series of break-ins at various buildings on campus. Darko Milenkovic from dev.the30.ca has more: Campus community police at the University of Windsor are investigating a recent series of break-ins that occurred across the university campus. Several incidents of vandalism...

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Neighborhood watch project promoting crime prevention and safety

Neighborhood watch project promoting crime prevention and safety

Windsor Police in collaboration with Crime Stoppers and the Safety Village is encouraging people to be a part of their local neighborhood watch in order to better promote crime prevention and safety. Darko Milenkovic from dev.the30.ca has more: Windsor police, in collaboration with Crime Stoppers and the Safety Village, is...

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Bloomfield House bringing the Sandwich community together

Bloomfield House bringing the Sandwich community together

Less than a year ago, Teajai Travis opened up his own community centre in Sandwich Town behind the walls of a 90 year old store front on Bloomfield Road. Aptly named the Bloomfield House, the organization’s mission is to provide a safe and accessible space for human growth and community...

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CUPE 1393 faces layoffs despite strike for job security

CUPE 1393 faces layoffs despite strike for job security

The University of Windsor provided CUPE Local 1393 a two-week notice last week informing the union that nine layoffs will be issued. At this time only job titles have been provided, and not the actual names of people being affected. CUPE Local 1393 went on strike last September after contract...

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