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by Shelbey Hernandez The Lance – News Editor Maria Giorlando’s first experience with the Miss Tecumseh pageant was as a spectator just a couple years ago. Looking at [...]

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  • WellTrack is an app the Student Centre has released to UWindsor students. The purpose of it is to help students monitor their own mental health by simply logging in their mood on a daily basis and providing ways to help them better cope with stress, anxiety, depression and phobias.
  • Windsor Spitfires forward Luke Boka registered two assists in a 4-1 victory over the Erie Otters at the WFCU Centre Sept. 22. [Photo by // Kevin Jarrold]
  • Cardinal Music Productions' rendition of 'The Addams Family' runs at the KordaZone Theatre until Oct. 9.
[Photo by // Hani Yassine]
  • More than 200 people attended the Hiatus House's 40th anniversary celebration held at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts on Sept. 22.
  • When school starts, a snowball effect begins. Workload increases which means more stress which means a need for an outlet. For many students, that outlet is smoking.
  • Photographed is the new Viewbook which is provided to high school students looking to decide between a multitude of post-secondary options.
  • The Windsor Lancers womens volleyball team has a busy week of preseason action ahead of them. Windsor battled the Western Mustangs in Chatham Sept. 20, and will head to Livonia, MI for a tournament at Madonna University Sept. 23 before swinging back to the St. Denis Centre to host the Niagara College Knights Sept. 24. [Photo by // Gerry Marentette]
  • During UWindsor's 24th Health Fair held on Sept. 20 in the C.A.W., there were plenty of booths meant to educate students and staff about all types of health-related topics. In the case of this booth, the focus was on healthy eating habits.
  • Windsor Lancers rookie goaltender Kris Joyce backstopped the men's hockey team to a 3-0 shutout victory over the Guelph Gryphons at Central Park Athletics, Sept. 19. Joyce is a highly touted recruit expected to compete for the starting role with Blake Richard. [Photo by // Kevin Jarrold]
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  • There were 23 students who boarded a school bus for a free shuttle trip to Devonshire Mall. Every year, this has been done but this year, with the date being changed, the numbers were lower than usual.
  • Photographed are the 89 registered riders who took part in the fourth annual Cpl. Andrew Grenon Memorial Ride. New to this year was the addition of the Andrew Grenon Scholarship fund which provides a scholarship for UWindsor and a bursary for St. Joseph's Catholic High School.
  • A short film festival was held presented by Sho Art, Spirit & Performance at Atelier Virginianne Sept. 16, part of the second annual Messfest.
[Photo by // Hani Yassine]
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  • The Windsor Lancers golf team kicked off their fall season at the Western Invitational in St. Thomas Sept. 15. The University of Windsor will serve as hosts of the 2016 OUA Golf Championships at Ambassadar Golf and Country Club, Oct. 16-18. [Photo via // golancers.ca]
  • The Confidential Musical Theatre Project had its second Windsor showing at the Capitol Theatre Sept. 17.
[Photo by // Hani Yassine]
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  • The Windsor Lancers men's soccer team is 3-3-1 through seven games so far in the OUA regular season. Jamar Redhead (pictured) scored during Windsor's 2-0 win over the Laurier Golden Hawks Sept. 23 but his team was disappointed with a 2-1 loss to Waterloo the next afternoon. [Photo by // Kevin Jarrold]
  • Giulia Barile (pictured) and the Windsor Lancers women's soccer team sport a 4-0-3 record and will host the 6-0-1 York Lions in a night match at Alumni Field Sept. 23. Game time is 6 p.m. [Photo by // Gerry Marentette]
  • Residence enrollment rates have gone through a decline from the 2015-2016 year to the current 2016-2017 year.
[Photo by // Hani Yassine]
  • The Organization of Part-Time University Students held its sixth annual student appreciation week from Sept. 12 to 16.
[Photo by // Hani Yassine]
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  • Windsor Spitfires defencemen Mikhail Sergachev is off to the NHL training camp with the Montreal Canadiens. A team record of nine Spitfires are participating in NHL camps in 2016. [Photo by // Kevin Jarrold]
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  • City-wide, Suicide Prevention Awareness Day is being celebrated for an entire week. At UWindsor, it is no different. Part of Suicide Prevention Awareness Week is the raising of the yellow Suicide Awareness flag.
  • The meeting for the first Leddy Library Reading Challenge took place in the west-wing on the afternoon of Sept. 13.
[Photo by // Hani Yassine]
  • This is one of the 100 men, give or take, who signed a cheque for $100 during the most recent 100 Men Who Give a Damn meeting in Windsor. The meeting was held at the Walkerville Brewery on Sept. 13 and the charity of choice for this meeting was the Windsor Residence for Young Men.
  • Booster Juice has officially opened at UWindsor, giving students a healthier alternative.
  • Antoine Haroun, the former chief information officer at Mohawk College, did a public presentation at UWindsor explaining why he would be the best for the chief information officer job. His presentation was 20 minutes approximately, but at the core of his values was increasing communication between all bodies on campus and building trust.
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  • Windsor's Lyowuna Jumbo scored a pair of goals in a 4-0 victory over the Algoma Thunderbirds in Sault Ste. Marie, Sept. 10. [Photo by // Kevin Jarrold]
  • Around 500 students attended the UWindsor international orientation held at the engineering building on Saturday, Sept. 10.
  • After a week of raising funds for cystic fibrosis during Welcome Week, UWindsor students ended the week with Shine Day.
  • [Photo by // Muad Issa]