How Travel Affects You

There are many reasons why people travel, but one thing is for sure, travel has the ability to change people. It can affect your creativity, emotional state, and character. Check out the video above to find out more!

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Ward 2 Candidates Plans for the University

As the municipal election draws near, the question remains what are ward two’s candidates’ plans for the University. Ward 2 Candidate Frank Favot plans to have a direct shuttle service from the main University campus to the new downtown campus. Of course this service will have to be economically viable...

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Assumption Cemetery

Many people are talking about the Assumption Church closure, and what might happen to it. Few –if any– mention the Assumption Cemetery that lies two blocks away on the south side of Wyandotte. “I don’t know what’s going to happen to the cemetery, just like how I don’t know what’s...

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Academic Future of the University

Academic Future of the University

Watch the video below to learn about the academic future of universities.  

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UWindsor Editing and Publishing Practica

UWindsor Editing and Publishing Practica

The editing and publishing practicums at the University of Windsor takes practical teaching to a whole new level: students are working together with Professor Marty Gervais to publish two books! Check out this video on it!

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Massey Secondary School Unsafe Traffic

Massey Secondary School Unsafe Traffic

The Vincent Massey Secondary School community has major concerns about their unsafe traffic. Check out this video to learn more about it.

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Lack of Sleep Affects Mental Health of Students

Lack of Sleep Affects Mental Health of Students

Lack of sleep is a problem among many people, especially post-secondary students. While most people know the physical and emotional effects of sleep deprivation, many don’t realize its effects on mental health. “Sleep has a huge affect on our mental health,” says Judi Wilson, the University of Windsor Health Promotion...

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Students Learn about Sun Damage with UV Skin Clinic

Students Learn about Sun Damage with UV Skin Clinic

The University of Windsor had its first-ever UV Skin Clinic on Wednesday to educate students on sun damage and the effects of tanning. The clinic was hosted by the Canadian Cancer Society after a bill was passed in October to ban minors from using tanning beds in effort to prevent skin cancer. Previous UV skin...

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5km Pajama Run Benefits Cancer and Chronic Illness

5km Pajama Run Benefits Cancer and Chronic Illness

The first annual 5km Pajama Run hosted by Learn Live Hope took place at Malden Park Sunday morning. The run was benefitting local organizations Pajama Angels and Transition to Betterness, which are both committed to providing comfort for patients and their families and raising awareness, action, and advocacy for all cancers and chronic diseases through integrative health initiatives. The event was powered by Absolute...

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New Book for John B. Lee

New Book for John B. Lee

Poet Laureate John B. Lee is releasing a new book, tentatively titled, Burning My Father,  in April 2013. It will be edited and published by Marty Gervais’ Editing and Publishing Practicum class at the University of Windsor, through Black Moss press. The book will be a selection of Lee’s three...

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