Prescription study drugs a quiet issue on University of Windsor campus

Prescription study drugs a quiet issue on University of Windsor campus

Every exam season there is a silent whisper about the accessibility of prescription drugs, that can aid studying. These drugs which are generally Ritalin and Adderall, are known to benefit students exponentially, though there are side effects and risks of the drugs as well. Now with recent research, it can...

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Why did the annual Coming Home Music Festival disappear?

Why did the annual Coming Home Music Festival disappear?

Incoming University of Windsor freshmen and upper year students alike were not treated to an end of frosh week concert this year, unlike prior years in which the UWSA has splurged on artists like Avicii and The Chainsmokers. The UWSA did not announce to students why there was a void...

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International graduate student population continues to rise at the University of Windsor

International graduate student population continues to rise at the University of Windsor

Meghraj Solanki came to Canada from the Gujarat province in India, to earn his master’s degree in applied computing. He was ready for all that Canada had to offer. So, what wasn’t he expecting? The fact that his applied computing program of 80 people would have no Canadian students in...

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Her Windsor Profiles: Martha Reavley

Her Windsor Profiles: Martha Reavley

Martha Reavley a professor of management at the Odette School of Business first came to Windsor via Hamilton in the middle of a snow storm at 10 at night, in the middle of January. While moving into her apartment people to start her studies at the university, people came out...

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Less then half of those with seized firearms charged at Ambassador Bridge

Less then half of those with seized firearms charged at Ambassador Bridge

Over the past year, only 25 per cent of weapons seized at the Ambassador Bridge resulted in charges. This was revealed by an Access to Information Act request. It showed that the Canada Border Services Agency seized 38 weapons, but only 10 of these led to charges against mostly U.S....

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Her Windsor Documentary Profiles: Mona Stonefish

Her Windsor Documentary Profiles: Mona Stonefish

Mona Stonefish has seen it all. Being taken from her family at a young age, forced into a residential school, she was forced to experience many. Horrors such as rape, sodomy, murder and many other things unimaginable to most.  Yet, she still looks at Canada as one of the best...

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Learning Coach Chantal Vien’s impact at the University of Windsor and the Value of Accessing a Coach

Learning Coach Chantal Vien’s impact at the University of Windsor and the Value of Accessing a Coach

Recently, Chantal Vien a learning coach at the University of Windsor talked about her job and the role she play with students. Also, Rick Hayes the organizer of the Learning Coach program discussed the benefit it has on students.

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UWindsor Pitcher Nick Reid Video Interview about Fall Season and preparing for Spring Season

UWindsor Pitcher Nick Reid Video Interview about Fall Season and preparing for Spring Season

In this video relief pitcher Nick Reid talks about how the fall season has been going for the team, and what their plans are for training in the winter, before the spring season starts. In Nick’s rookie season he has pitched a total of 6 innings has ERA of 4.67...

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Windsor Council Talks Caretaker Layoffs

Windsor Council Talks Caretaker Layoffs

  On Monday evening, Windsor’s city council voted to change the decision that was made in November to reverse caretakers’ jobs being outsourced to private companies. The final decision will be made once all of the costs have be gathered, in regards to both the current caretakers and supposed private...

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