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UWindsor professor to discuss repercussions of NAFTA negotiations

Bill Anderson is hoping to cut through the fog of uncertainty blanketing the ongoing North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations.

Networking event a chance to meet enterprising alumni

The Enterprising Alumni Meet and Greet is set for Thursday, September 28, at the Twisted Apron restaurant.

Avian discoveries earn research prize for doctoral alum

A UWindsor grad has been awarded the Prize for Young Scientists in Costa Rica.

Campus gets early glimpse of Turtle Island Walk banners

The official dedication of Turtle Island Walk will take place on Thursday, Sept. 21, but the campus community got an early glimpse of the vibrant banners that will anchor the six prominent seating areas along the pedestrian thoroughfare this week. The art featured on the banners is the work of First Nations artist Teresa Altiman who grew up on Walpole Island and draws inspiration from both the landscape and her indigenous heritage.

Appreciation event to welcome social work alumni to program’s new home

The Pitt-Ferry Building will open its doors for a School of Social Work alumni appreciation reception on Thursday, September 14.

Supporters’ brunch to kick off Lancer football season

A booster’s brunch August 27 will celebrate the opening of Lancer football season.

Maple Leafs great to greet golfers at alumni tourney

The UWindsor alumni golf tournament Monday will welcome a special guest, Toronto Maple Leafs alumnus Al Iafrate.

Civil engineering grads give back in celebration of 50th anniversary

Members of the civil engineering Class of 1967 have endowed a scholarship fund to commemorate the 50th anniversary of their graduation.

One-man show chronicles everyday comedy and drama

UWindsor acting grad Eric Branget brings his one-man show “Life of Len” to the Windsor-Walkerville Fringe Festival, opening this weekend.

Campers hatch a plan in engineering egg drop

Sydney Ryan may have had a slight advantage over her fellow campers. The 12-year-old has a knack for engineering and builds race car tracks for her brothers and boats at home using found materials. So, it’s no surprise that when tasked with the challenge to bring an egg safely to the ground from three storeys up, Ryan had a plan. “We are trying to make a bird’s nest and have a base with a spongey-kind of foam material, a layer of paper and then a web of tight string that goes on either side of the egg,” Ryan said, who will be going into Grade 8 in the fall.