Aboriginal Education Centre: Holiday Craft Show

Aboriginal Education Centre: Holiday Craft Show

The Holiday Craft Show kicked off the Christmas season by inviting local artists and small businesses to display their works on the university campus, providing an exclusive and festive shopping experience. This Thursday, November 26th, the Aboriginal Education Centre hosted it’s first seasonal event since inhabiting their current location on...

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Poetry at the Manor: Vol III

Poetry at the Manor: Vol III

On November 12, Poetry at the Manor returned to Windsor for its third time. Poetry at the Manor is a public poetry reading even hosted by Marty Gervais, Windsor’s first ever poet Laureate. Each year, the event is held at the Willistead Manor in the Walkerville area of Windsor. The...

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The New and Improved “Keep Windsor Warm”

The New and Improved “Keep Windsor Warm”

As of Monday, Keep Windsor Warm is back on campus for the second year in a row. This time, the plan is to make this event bigger and better, based on previous experience. Windsor’s own Campus Ministry is in charge of the event this year and hopes to garner more...

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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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Delta Alpha Theta collects donations for the Hiatus House

Ilisa Merz, philanthropy chair’s thought on the food drive Starting from November 3rd to November 6th, Delta Alpha Theta began collecting donations for the Hiatus House Windsor. For their first philanthropy event of three this semester Delta Alpha Theta decided to collect donations for the Hiatus House Windsor with no...

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Flu Shots: Necessity or Unnecessary?

Flu Shots: Necessity or Unnecessary?

For many, the topic of immunizations is a controversial one. It’s an ongoing debate: to immunize or not to immunize. With flu season just around the corner, several pharmacies and clinics around the city have begun opening their doors and are making sure that the flu shot vaccination is readily available...

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UWindsor’s Limited Student Housing Options

With the recent demolition of Electa Hall, University of Windsor Students are threatened with even more restrictions regarding housing accommodations beyond first year. The destruction of Electa echoes of 2012 when Cody Hall was torn down and replaced by green space on campus. With Clark Residence also closed due to...

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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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Homelessness – Introducing Hatman

It was the coldest night of the season thus far but that was not putting a damper on a Chatham-Kent event to draw awareness to the issue of homelessness and a fundraiser to draw support to a shelter for homeless men. There had been stories in the local papers about...

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