Living in a Civil War: The Syrian Crisis Continues

Living in a Civil War: The Syrian Crisis Continues

  With over 700,000 refugees entering Europe this year and winter quickly approaching it is difficult to say what lies ahead for the Syrian families entering Europe. With such a large portion of media attention focused on the crisis in Europe it is still important to remember why these people...

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Local Band Releases First Album

Local Band Releases First Album

By Joelle Goegebeur Local band, Autumn Kings, is hosting a release show Friday, November 20th for their first, self-titled extended play. The event will be at the Venue Music Hall with doors opening at 9:00 pm and the show starting off at 9:30 pm with opener Rough Copy; Autumn Kings...

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Windsor and Climate Change

With this year’s winter quickly creeping its way onto our doorsteps, we are no doubt about to face a winter with the potential to be just as brutal as last year’s. With so much talk about climate change many people assume that each winter would be getting warmer. Although this...

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Larry Costello: Proud to be Canadian

Larry Costello: Proud to be Canadian

Larry Costello talks about his time serving in the Canadian Navy during WWII. In addition to serving in WWII, the almost 90-year-old man also served in the Korean War and the Bay of Pigs. Loading video, please wait…

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Local history is shared at River Canard Ghost Tour

Local River Canard Canoe Company is bringing local history to life with its Phantom’s of the Canard Ghost Tour. Visitors are taken down the Canard on a canoe where they are told stories of local history; ranging from pivotal battles during the War of 1812, to the struggles faced by...

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Assumption Church: A History

Walking down University Avenue on a brisk summer day one can look over to see the ever-standing Assumption Church. With its brick molding and copper peaks acting as a gatekeeper to the University, it is truly a sight to behold. Upon further inspection a person can begin to see the...

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Ten Dollar Dates

Ten Dollar Dates

The weather is starting to get warmer, and so are our hearts it seems. All over the University of Windsor campus one can see budding love, but the cost of it all is quite the stress for many students. With tuition, part-time jobs, and all the other costs associated with...

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Veterans Seek Funding for Education Project

Veterans Seek Funding for Education Project

The Veterans Memories Project is hoping to recieve a grant of 2500 dollars to help educate future generations of our history. Aashna Dayal has more to say… Windsor Historical Society requested a $2,500 grant during the St. Patrick’s Day City Council meeting. Larry Costello, a WWII, Korean, and Bay of...

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