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Students Voice Thoughts at WUFA Town Hall Meeting

by Jolene Perron in Latest News

by Jolene Perron The Lance – Editor-in-Chief Students had an opportunity to voice their thoughts and ask important questions to faculty representatives outside Chrysler [...]

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  • Certified therapy dogs were brought to the University of Windsor to help relieve students' stress Oct. 8.
[Photo by // Travis Fauteux]
  • Award winning author Nino Ricci discusses the fate of the humanities with faculty and students at the University of Windsor.
  • A vacant building at the corner of Josephine Ave. and University Ave. West has long been an eye-sore for West-Windsor Residents.  [Photo by // Travis Fauteux]
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  • The ninth annual Law family barbecue took place inside the Law building at the University of Windsor on Oct. 4, allowing families to mingle and experience what the expectations are for University of Windsor law students.
[Photo by // Travis Fauteux]
  • Participants wrote messages on a banner to their loved ones who have fought breast cancer at the CIBC Run for the Cure event Oct. 5.
[Photo by // Travis Fauteux]
  • Four new names were added to the Alumni Sports Hall of Fame on Oct. 5 at the Giovanni Caboto Club, including (left to right) Mike Nolan, Dan Brannagan, Helen Vasilic and Jim Weese.
[Photo by // Travis Fauteux]
  • Windsor University Faculty Association president Anne Forrest encourages students to ask questions at a town hall meeting outside Chrysler Hall Tower North Oct. 1.
[Photo by // Jolene Perron]
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  • Ron Joyce, co-founder of the Tim Hortons chain, and Ed Lumley, University of Windsor chancellor, announce $10 million worth of scholarships last Thursday.
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  • University of Windsor Faculty held a full day strike on Monday, September 15 as well as a half day strike on Thursday, September 18 in hopes to bring the university administration back to the bargaining table. The two sides sat down Tuesday September 23 to talk for the first time since July.
  • Frank Incitti produces his show, Canuckle Sandwich which airs every Tuesday from 2:30 p.m. until 4:00 p.m., in CJAM's radio booth where CJAM has officially boosted their signal from 496 watts to 2084 watts. 
(Photo by // Jolene Perron - The Lance Editor-in-Chief)
  • The "Palais de Justice" in Montreal.  Photo by Mert Kimyaci | The McGill Daily
  • Council Chambers are expected to stay empty until after Oct. 27 due to the "lame duck" designation. All  regularly scheduled council meetings have been cancelled until that time. ( Photo by // Dan Gray - The Lance News Intern)
  • New washrooms have opened on the second floor of Leddy Library, a designated quiet space, however some students think they are missing the key concept of noise reduction – doors.
  • Culture Days
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  • Dom Paré, winner of the Border City Comedy Fest Sept. 20,  backstage inside the Olde Walkerville Theatre during the event. (Photo by // Chris Mailloux)
  • Jay Raven, a local artist, paints a mural in front of onlookers at the third annual Ford City Arts and Heritage Festival in Windsor on Saturday.
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  • Chuck Scarpelli, manager of records and elections for the city, stands outside the clerk's office in City Hall.
  • The McGregor Mug Run and Craft Beer Festival allowed friends and families to gather, drink beer and enjoy entertainment  on Sept. 13.
  • Comedian Steve Patterson is hosting the new series.  Photo by McKenna Photography