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Final Thoughts From The President

by Jolene Perron in Latest News

Ronnie Haidar’s Address I honestly can’t believe it four months have come and gone just like that. It seems like just last night I had the honor and pleasure of being [...]


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  • Theatre Ensemble held a performance of 'Fiddler on the Roof' at E.J. Lajeunesse Seconday School Apr. 17.

(Photo by // Hani Yassine)
  • The KordaZone Theatre performed their last showing of 'Suddenly Last Summer' Apr. 18.

(Photo by // Hani Yassine)
  • Miss Tecumseh Jillian Parent with some of the other pageant queens of the area at her pasta fundraiser for Sick Kids Foundation Apr. 17 at the Serbian Centre. [Photo by // Samantha Fernandez]
  • Construction is moving along at the new home of the School of Social Work and the Centre for Executive and Proessfional Education at the corner of Pitt and Ferry, with plenty of other construction planned for the summer.
[Photo by // Jolene Perron]
  • Hana Arafat at her desk at the Unviersity of Windsor ready to begin her position as Editor for the Daily News [Photo provided by Hana Arafat special to the Lance]
  • Local publisher Biblioasis will be launching three poety collections from three different authors Apr. 24. 
[Photo by // Hani Yassine]
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  • Andrew Corbett, Co-Owner of the Pub Club displays a poster of the businesses logo in his office at The Bull N’ Barrel on April 19.  The new pub is expected to open near the middle of May.
[Photo by // Bobby-Jo Keats]
  • During the month of April, the Canadian Cancer Society hands our daffodil pins both to raise money for cancer research as well as to serve as a reminder of those who have survived cancer, and those who are still fighting.
[Photo by // Jolene Perron]
  • Members of the Windsor-Essex Youth Advising City Councillors explain the Blue Dot Movement of Windsor and field questions during their initiative launch at The Foundry Pub, April 19. The rights to a healthy environment is at the forefront of this Canada-wide initiative. [Photo by // Brett Hedges]
  • Windsor Lancers men's volleyball head coach James Gravelle has been selected as an assistant coach for Volleyball Canada's senior B team. The team will compete at the Pan Am Cup in Aug., 2015. [Photo by // Brett Hedges]
  • Seven Windsor Lancers were big winners at the 10th annual Windsor-Essex Sports Persons of the Year awards at the Caboto Club, April 23. Men's hockey goaltender Parker Van Buskirk, women's volleyball's Hannah Robson and men's hockey coach Kevin Hamlin were all major award winners. [Photo by // Brett Hedges]
  • Chris Commons of the Windsor Express drives past Kevin Young of the Halifax Rainmen in National Basketball League of Canada Finals action at WFCU Centre, April 17. The series is tied 1-1 after two games and will head to Halifax for games three, four and five on April 23, 24 and 25. [Photo by // Kevin Jarrold]
  • St. Clair College student, 19-year-old Eugenio Mandoza, purchases a snack from a vending machine at the MediaPlex Apr. 10.  Students often choose the convenience of easily accessible snacks rather than focusing on the nutritional benefits of healthy eating.
[Photo by // Bobby-Jo Keats]
  • [Photo courtesy of Cooked Facebook page // Designed by Kameron Kenney - Graphic Illustration]
  • National Poetry Month is being celebrated at the Leddy Library for the second time throughout all of April.
[Photo by // Hani Yassine]
  • LearnSTYLE CEO and keynote speaker DJ Cunningham speaks to a room full of teachers at the 2015 Microsoft Summit held at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts Apr. 11.
[Photo by // Hani Yassine]
  • The University Players close out their year with a production of 'The Nerd', which will go from April 10 to 19 at the Essex Hall Theatre.
[Photo by // David Court]
  • WSO music director Robert Franz conducts his musicians at the last performance of the free concert series at the Star News Cafe Apr. 8
[Photo by // Hani Yassine]
  • The University Wind Ensemble performed a concert at Walkerville high school Apr. 10.
[Photo by // Hani Yassine]
  • Two members of the Orphan Sponsorship Program group on campus during Charity Week. [Photo provided special to the Lance]
  • Prof. Richard Householder conducts his group of singers at the Spring Choral Celebration held at Assumption Chapel Apr. 8.
[Photo by // Hani Yassine]
  • Glasses filled with samples of different CC whiskey at the CC, Cheese and Chocolate event at the Heritage Center Apr. 10. [Photo by // Samantha Fernandez]
  • Board of Director Members  pose together at the 150th Birthday of Jack Miner Apr. 11 at the Jack Miner Sanctuary. [Photo by // Samantha Fernandez]
  • Andrew showing off his arm at the Bowl-A-Thon for W.E Care for Kids at Super Bowl Lanes in Tecumseh. 
[Photo by // Samantha Fernandez]
  • Gillian Cott addresses the crowd at the Black Moss Press book launch Apr.8 at the Caboto Club [Photo by // Samantha Fernandez]
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  • The Windsor Express won the National Basketball League of Canada Central Divison after defeating the Brampton A's in a best of seven series. The Express will now play the Halifax Rainmen for 2015 NBL Canada championship beginning with game one, April 15 at WFCU Centre. 
[Photo by // Kevin Jarrold]
  • The Windsor-Essex Great Lakes Regional robotics competition was held from Apr. 2 to 4 at the St. Denis Centre.
[Photo by // Hani Yassine]
  • UWSA President Ronnie Haidar stands outside the University of Windsor’s recently opened Assumption Hall building Apr. 7 with just under a month left in his presidential position.
[Photo by // Jolene Perron]
  • Paul Borger at the RedBull Paper Wings Competition tests out his paper airplane Mar. 31 at the St. Denis Centre. [Photo by // Samantha Fernandez]
  • Registered massage therapist Trevor Lupton gives a student a free massage at the CAW Centre Mar. 31.
[Photo by // Hani Yassine]
  • Dillon Hall on the University of Windsor Campus. [Photo by // Samantha Fernandez]
  • The Light it up Blue cake at the Light it up Blue fundraiser Apr.2 at the Foglar Furlan [Photo by // Samantha Fernandez]
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  • University of Windsor Cyclists Association president Candice Seagull stands by Derrick Becking and Spencer West during Spring Bike Week on campus, March 30. Over three days the cyclist association provide free breakfast to cyclists and educational seminars on bike laws and safety. 
[Photo courtesy of University of Windsor Cyclists Association]