Students’ Sixth Class: Course Registration

Students’ Sixth Class: Course Registration

Amidst the stresses of midterms and impending finals, students are also forced to frantically navigate course registration for the Winter 2016 semester. For some students, especially those in their earlier undergraduate years, this process can be daunting and bring about unnecessary frustration. The Office of the Registrar is where students...

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House Fire Declared Arson

House Fire Declared Arson

Windsor Fire and Rescue reported that the ravaging house fire on Indian Rd. Monday evening was deliberately done. Fire on Indian Road has been determined to be intentionally set and started in the basement. Damage estimate to follow shortly.*AD — Windsor Fire (@WindsorFire1) November 3, 2015 Street passer-by Henry Joel...

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Career Services Popular Among Students

Career Services Popular Among Students

Students show an increasing interest in the University’s new Co-op, Career and Employment Services. The University of Windsor has placed great importance on its students’ post-graduate employability for quite some time now, offering career services and co-op opportunities for a wide variety of programs. This holds truer than ever after...

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Windsor Express’ Rally Falls Short Against Raptors 905

Windsor Express’ Rally Falls Short Against Raptors 905

The Windsor Express began their 2015/16 campaign with a 117-114 loss to the Raptors 905. The exhibition game that took place Thursday night marked the first time a team from the NBL went up against an NBA D-League team. Led by a 38-point performance from Adrian Moss, the Express were...

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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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Windsor Becoming A Hotspot for Films

Windsor Becoming A Hotspot for Films

Many independent film directors are now choosing to pick Windsor as their main location for shooting feature and short films. With the festival happening and movies being filmed, it is creating an economic growth.   The chart shows interesting results because within the past few years, Windsor is...

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Pro-Life Controversy on Campus

Pro-Life Controversy on Campus

Being a part of a club on campus is a university must. But what happens when people make it hard for you to stand up for what you believe in? Life Choice, the pro-life group on campus, has held two events this semester that have been shut down. They believe...

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ACL Tear Takes Away Another Season

ACL Tear Takes Away Another Season

After tearing his ACL in the East West Bowl this past spring, a game for CFL prospects, Frank Renaud has been fiercely rehabbing in order to get back for the 2016 season.

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Gesto Spook House, A Forty-Year-Old Tradition

Gesto Spook House, A Forty-Year-Old Tradition

Located right outside of small town Essex, the Spookhouse is an integral part of Halloween. The very famous haunted house has been a forty-year-old family tradition. Unlike many haunted houses in the area there is no charge to walk through the Gesto Spookhouse. Over 100 volunteers dedicate months to turning...

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Windsor Police Issue Fraud Warning

Windsor Police Issue Fraud Warning

The Windsor Police service are warning the public after the latest fraud report by a 74-year-old resident by a unsolicited phone call.   On September 2nd, the victim received a phone call around 8:00am from a male claimed to be a Sergeant with the Windsor Police who informed him that...

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