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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Margaret Trudeau shares her story to help end the stigma of mental-illness

  REPORTER’S NOTE: The day I heard that Margaret Trudeau was going to be speaking at the Chatham Cultural Centre about her struggles and victories with Bipolar Disorder I rushed and picked up a ticket. I had every intention of writing a story for www.the30.ca from my vantage point of...

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Many Rivers to Cross Festival in Atlanta, GA

The Many Rivers To Cross festival, named the largest music and arts festival dedicated to racial and social justice took place on October 1 & 2 in Chattahoochee Hills, just outside of Atlanta, Georgia. Sankofa.org – a social justice organization founded by the legendary Harry Belfonte – hosted the two-day...

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First Pro Life Club in History of the University of Windsor is Ratified on Campus

First Pro Life Club in History of the University of Windsor is Ratified on Campus

The University of Windsor ratified its first pro-life club on campus on Thursday afternoon. Founders Mitchell Witeveen, Natalie Steiner, and Maggie McAuley met with the UWSA to finalize the details of their club. It has taken more than a year for them to get to this moment but they couldn’t...

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Residence Applications deadline 2015-2016

Residence Applications deadline 2015-2016

  Applications began for students to become residence assistants for 2015 to 2016. Resident Assistants are full time students employed by the University who live and work in the 6 Residence’s buildings on the University campus. Being a residence assistant is a full time job. 1300 students live on the...

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Essex Powerline Contributes to the Town of Tecumseh at its Council Meeting

Essex Powerline Contributes to the Town of Tecumseh at its Council Meeting

  A large ceremonial cheque drew attention at Tuesday’s Tecumseh Town council meeting. The generous donation of $10,000, made out to the Youth Jumpstart Program, was presented by General Manager Joe Barile and VP of Regulatory Affairs Richard Dimmel of Essex Powerline Corporation. The local distributor makes the effort to give back to...

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Angelo Marignani: Bringing the Roses back to Rose City

Angelo Marignani: Bringing the Roses back to Rose City

“I would like to see more roses. We are the city of roses.”   Newly appointed director of the Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association, Angelo Marignani, intends to beautify the downtown core. Marignani has been a member of the DWBIA for close to ten years and during that time has...

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Larry Horwitz: Businessman to Mayoral Candidate

  Larry Horwitz wants you to “like” him. It’s all over his campaign literature, on lawn signs, flyers, fridge magnets and billboards. It’s all about his approach to running for mayor in Windsor. His signs and literature say, “Vision, Action, Results, LikeLarry.ca” Some say it takes a community to raise a...

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UWSA Regroups During the Summer

UWSA Regroups During the Summer

After UWSA election results were thrown out last year, the question “What is next for the organization” surfaced the thoughts of many. Check out this video to learn more about it.    

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Assumption Church to Reopen After Repairs

The decision to close Our Lady of Assumption Church is a positive one, says Connie Pare, Director of Pastoral Planning for the Diocese of London.   The announcement that the church will close on November 3 of this year has upset the church’s vibrant community. However, Pare suggests that the...

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