How 10 years of reconstruction has helped to grow the student population at the University of Windsor

On July 1st 2008, Alan Wildeman was appointed to the President and Vice-Chancellor position at the University of Windsor. After 10 years of service on January 27th 2017, he announced his retirement from the role and will be leaving in June of 2018. Although the architectural jobs have been very...

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How a population of dead trees will affect the city of Windsor

How a population of dead trees will affect the city of Windsor

Imagine your neighbourhood and parks without trees. Every single tree that existed before was now gone and only a brown patch left in it’s place. What would the air feel like? What would it cost to replant them all again? It’s happened before, and now it may happen again. According...

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University of Windsor students must wait over a month to receive professional counselling

University of Windsor students must wait over a month to receive professional counselling

One month and a half is how long it takes to see a counsellor at the University of Windsor. The Peer Support Centre is a University of Windsor based, UWSA initiated, non-profit organization that aims to provide support through peer counselling to the 15,000 students of the University of Windsor....

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Homeless epidemic in Windsor

Homeless epidemic in Windsor

Recent study shows that there has been an explosion of homelessness in the city of Windsor in the recents months. Anyone who lives or works in the downtown area of the city can testify to the increasing number of shopping carts loaded with possessions, and people sitting in the street...

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Windsor’s Forgotten Homeless

Windsor’s Forgotten Homeless

Windsor’s local shelters are at full capacity and Ontario Legislature has denied the city funding for low-income housing. $200 million was provided in provincial grants, seeing $90 million go to Toronto alone. Lisa Gretzky was unhappy with the decision, making a stand in parliament. “I stood up there and asked...

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International graduate student population continues to rise at the University of Windsor

International graduate student population continues to rise at the University of Windsor

Meghraj Solanki came to Canada from the Gujarat province in India, to earn his master’s degree in applied computing. He was ready for all that Canada had to offer. So, what wasn’t he expecting? The fact that his applied computing program of 80 people would have no Canadian students in...

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Students passing classes but failing finances

Students passing classes but failing finances

Thousands of university graduates leave school with thousands of dollars in student debt. 30.ca reporter Grace Howes took to campus to learn more about how Windsor students plans to tackle their financial futures.

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UWindsor’s downtown promise – March 31st, 2016

UWindsor’s downtown promise – March 31st, 2016

The students of Studio III took to the streets of downtown Windsor to examine the effects of the university’s relocation project. Reporters spoke with students, business owners and project coordinators to get scoop for this special edition broadcast.

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