The Lancer football team, currently ranked 10th in Canadian Interuniversity Sport, looks to build on its successful start this weekend as it hosts the No.
Approximately every minute of every day, someone in Canada needs blood.
Pedal pushers: Nicole Noël greets first-year law student Dylan Muscat with a free breakfast outside the law building Thursday.
A course presented by the Campus Safety Audit Committee will teach women members of the University community to defend themselves against an attacker.
Historically, the humanities have been central to education because they have rightly been seen as essential for creating competent democratic citizens, says philosopher Martha Nussbaum.
The Athletics Department is offering DailyNews readers a chance to win gold seat tickets to watch the no.
A new flag hangs today in the International Student Centre—the flag adopted in August by Libya's National Transitional Council.
If you missed yesterday's instalment of Research Matters on CJAM 99.
Readers who can’t get enough DailyNews stories about the amazing research being conducted by UWindsor faculty and students will soon be able to hear more about them over the airwaves.
Editor's note: this is one of a series of articles about students who were engaged in cool research projects and other scholarly activities throughout the summer.