Secret Passion For Dancing Becomes Career Path For Former Student

Secret Passion For Dancing Becomes Career Path For Former Student

Jeffery Woihrem, 21, decides to drop out of university to pursue a career in dancing. His passion for dancing started young, 17 years ago, and despite his family knowing that he had talent, he kept his real ability a secret from them with him saying, “It was like I was...

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A Change of Presidents for the University of Windsor Brings up Concerns for Students

A Change of Presidents for the University of Windsor Brings up Concerns for Students

The University of Windsor’s President Dr. Alan Wildeman will step down in June 2018. The coming changes effect the students at the University and students are wondering how this will affect the school and how in return that will effect them. Second year communications student Crishelle Cilxtro said “A lot...

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Less then half of those with seized firearms charged at Ambassador Bridge

Less then half of those with seized firearms charged at Ambassador Bridge

Over the past year, only 25 per cent of weapons seized at the Ambassador Bridge resulted in charges. This was revealed by an Access to Information Act request. It showed that the Canada Border Services Agency seized 38 weapons, but only 10 of these led to charges against mostly U.S....

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Academic dishonesty trends decrease following administrative changes

Academic dishonesty trends decrease following administrative changes

Academic integrity violations have been cut in half since a new system was implemented at the University of Windsor. As of the 2014/2015 school year, the Academic Integrity Office is giving associate deans more power to handle violations within departments. According to their annual reports, the Academic Integrity Office (AIO),...

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Student Advocate Says Windsor Can Be Unsafe, Teaches Self-Defence Classes at UWindsor

Student Advocate Says Windsor Can Be Unsafe, Teaches Self-Defence Classes at UWindsor

“This is a man’s world,” sang James Brown in 1966, and according to the report, The Best and Worst Places to be a Woman in Canada 2016, Windsor is a man’s city too. The report was done by Kate McInturff and released in October with the Canadian Research Institute for...

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Helga Riedel surprised at CCPA report that names Windsor the ‘worst city’ in Canada for women

Helga Riedel surprised at CCPA report that names Windsor the ‘worst city’ in Canada for women

Helga Riedel  thecurrent CEO of Enwin was surprised to hear the results of a recent study conducted by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. The study found that the city of Windsor rated the worst place to be a woman. Three spots below than in its previous year. The study...

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Is the city of Windsor doing enough to help immigrant women?

Is the city of Windsor doing enough to help immigrant women?

In a total of 25 cities in Canada, the city of Windsor was ranked at the bottom, naming it the worst city to be a woman. The report, The Best and Worst Places to be a Woman in Canada 2016, was released in October by Kate mcInturff, with the Canadian...

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The Battle for a Sandwich Town Man’s Legacy

The Battle for a Sandwich Town Man’s Legacy

City councillors assembled for the sixth council meeting of 2017. One topic that garnered a lot of debate was the proposal to install an LED billboard on Walker Rd. near the EC Row expressway. Councillor Sleimen was particularly concerned about the possible distraction to drivers, citing the changing advertisements and...

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