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Electile Dysfunction

by Jon Liedtke in Latest News

Mired by controversy, complaints and allegations of corruption, the University of Windsor Students' Alliance general election roused the attention of those seeking office and students trying to cast their ballot in a democratic election. [...]


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Windsor in Photos

  • Students question UWSA election misconduct • photo Jay Verspeelt
  • UWSA president Kimberly Orr • photo M.N. Malik
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  • The UWSA decided to cancel its general election at Thursday's council meeting. It's expected to be rescheduled for later this month • photo Natasha Marar
  • Band AMPed up over cheating claims
  • Emad Adel Ben-Abdellah faces charges in connection with a series of stabbings at the University of Windsor Friday • photo courtesy Windsor Police Services
  • The Burger Lounge on Ottawa Street •photo stephen hargreaves
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  • Custodians argue that sloppy spending, such as overstocking on products to the point that they expire, should be stopped to save costs instead of outsourcing custodial services • photo Sara Howie
  • Tank tops misogynists are on sale now • photo Natasha Marar
  • Last Fall Pi Lambda Phi ran the Tear Down The Hate event. Photo by Lindsay Sheppard.
  • First Nations peoples are demonstrating in cities across Canada against the controversial Bill C-45, including last Friday in Windsor’s Dieppe Park • photos Jon Lietdke
  • The University of Windsor Students’ Alliance board of directors defeated a motion to remove president Kimberley Orr following a lengthy closed door meeting • photo Joey Acott
  • The university doesn't plan to hire custodians for the new engineering building • photo Joey Acott
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  • The UWSA is considering purchasing this recently closed restaurant on University Avenue West • photo Jay Verspeelt
  • James Karlsen is the owner of Ah Some Records, a new independent music store in Windsor • photo josh kolm
  • UWindsor teacher's college applications down 75% from 2004 • graphic Stephen Hargreaves