Meet Ron Jones: 73-year old soon to be graduate from University of Windsor

Meet Ron Jones: 73-year old soon to be graduate from University of Windsor

There are only a few weeks left until graduation and among the 2018 graduates will be Ron Jones, a 73 year-old past Windsor firefighter and city of Windsor Councillor. Jones will be receiving his third degree – this one in Political Science – from the University of Windsor. He got...

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“hands up, don’t shoot” – students stand silently for black lives matter protest

“hands up, don’t shoot” – students stand silently for black lives matter protest

University of Windsor students gathered in front of the CAW student center Wednesday afternoon, calling on other university students to take part in the “Black Lives Matter” silent protest. Approximately 50 protestors came out to stand in solidarity for the cause. “. I shouldn’t have to worry about my brothers...

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UWindsor greeks say no to hazing through on-campus campaign

UWindsor greeks say no to hazing through on-campus campaign

The Greek-life community at the University of Windsor has started planning an anti-hazing campaign in light of recent cases in the media. There have been three suspensions of Greek social events within the last month. @UWindsor sororities and fraternities are taking a stand against hazing through a campus-wide campaign starting...

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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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Winter Has Come For Windsor

Winter Has Come For Windsor

Snowfall hit Windsor on Monday as predicted by Environment Canada in their special weather statement. The Alberta clipper brought the seasons first measurable snowfall, around 10 centimetres so far, with forecasts predicting over 30 centimetres in some parts of southern Ontario. Temperatures are predicted to hit minus eight by Thursday,...

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New FAHSS app released in hopes of making the faculty’s student life easier

New FAHSS app released in hopes of making the faculty’s student life easier

The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences introduced a new app to University of Windsor students this semester. The new app is meant to be used as a tool for members of FAHSS throughout their university careers. The app has so far been a success among many students. New...

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University of Windsor undergrads elect Jeremiah Bowers UWSA president

University of Windsor undergrads elect Jeremiah Bowers UWSA president

Last night, the 2017 unofficial by-election results were announced at the Hum lounge. 19-year-old second year student, Jeremiah Bowers received 501 votes in a close race against his opponent R.J “Soul-Train” Sivanesan, who received 404 votes. “I’m so happy that I now have the platform to do the things I...

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Are we putting our RA’s under too much stress?

Are we putting our RA’s under too much stress?

WINDSOR- Residence Assistants are in charge of keeping the dorm residents’ safe and on-task, but they are also only students themselves and are under a lot of stress, and the University of Windsor is lacking in the services needed to help them cope with the stress of the job they...

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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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