Madelyn Della Valle; The History of Women in Windsor

Madelyn Della Valle; The History of Women in Windsor

Understanding the current plight of women in society requires a look at the history of women’s role in various cultures through history. As curator and a historian at the Windsor’s Community Museum, Madelyn Della Valle shares insight about her experiences and what she’s learnt about women in Windsor. Della Valle’s professional...

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University of Windsor Students Discuss Hopes for New President

University of Windsor Students Discuss Hopes for New President

With recent news of the University of Windsor’s president Dr. Alan Wildeman stepping down in June 2018, change is on everyone’s mind, including the students at the university.  Dr. Wildeman has served as the university president since 2008. Wildeman was originally appointed for a six year term in 2008 and...

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Is Windsor Really The Worst Place To Be A Woman? Pt. 2

Is Windsor Really The Worst Place To Be A Woman? Pt. 2

Last week on Milk & Vodka on CJAM 99.1 FM we aired the first of a two-part series “Is Windsor Really The Worst Place To Be A Woman?” which was inspired  by a study released last summer by a social research institute, The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. The study, entitled...

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Is Windsor Really The Worst Place To Be A Woman

Is Windsor Really The Worst Place To Be A Woman

In July 2015 The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) released a study entitled “The Best and Worst Places to Be a Women in Canada 2015: The Gender Gap in Canada’s 25 Biggest Cities.” According to their website, the CCPA “is an independent, non-partisan research institute concerned with issues of...

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Having Children Out Of Wedlock

  Three years ago, 21-year-old Aliyah Addison was raped, which led to her having a child out of wedlock. She is just one of many women who have had children out of wedlock— this act was uncommon to our culture until three decades ago. However, her pregnancy is due to...

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Parking Wars: A Student Reality

Parking Wars: A Student Reality

You roll onto campus at 8:20am with ten minutes to spare before your first class. You would have had no problem making it to class on-time if you didn’t need to spend the next 20 minutes driving in circles around campus and the surrounding areas, looking for a parking spot....

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