A Multicultural Celebration

A Multicultural Celebration

The University of Windsor’s celebration of nations was held on February 13, at the CAW centre. This year’s celebration of diversity featured the parade of flags, educational booths, food tastings, a raffle draw, and of course, entertainment. “It’s an important event, so you can get to know different countries and...

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Afrofest in its 9th year, and still going strong

Afrofest in its 9th year, and still going strong

The African Diaspora Festival, also affectionately known as Afrofest, has been held by the University of Windsor Students’ Alliance since 2006, and continues to grow each year. This year’s Afrofest began on February 3, and ends on February 8.                Afrofest aims to celebrate the...

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Phone Records Vital To Extortion Case

Phone Records Vital To Extortion Case

After nine months of adjournment, the extortion case against David Bondy and Tammy Hands is now being heard again. Both Bondy and Hands were charged with voyeurism and extortion. The case at hand is that Bondy allegedly worked with Hands to extort a local doctor and demanded $25,000 in exchange...

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Poetry Conspiracy at the Green Bean Cafe (Updated with Video)

Poetry Conspiracy at the Green Bean Cafe (Updated with Video)

  It was a cold November night, and the cafe was full of eclectic guests who were eating and chatting away. That is, until the Green Bean conspirators captured their attention. The Green Bean Conspirators went up onstage and gave lively literature and slam poetry readings in the Green Bean...

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University Players give a killer performance in “A Party to Murder”

The University Players presented “A Party to Murder” from October 24-November 3, directed by Gordon McCall. The play, co-written by Marcia Kash and Dough Hughes, uses the ghostlight’s legend as a prologue. The ghostlight is a theatre tradition; it is the only light left through the night to ward off...

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University Players give a killer performance in "A Party to Murder"

The University Players presented “A Party to Murder” from October 24-November 3, directed by Gordon McCall. The play, co-written by Marcia Kash and Dough Hughes, uses the ghostlight’s legend as a prologue. The ghostlight is a theatre tradition; it is the only light left through the night to ward off...

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