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seniors engaged in variety of activitiesThe downtown home of the School of Social Work will host an interdisciplinary conference on active aging Thursday, April 25.

Conference promises dialogue on aging well

The downtown home of the School of Social Work will host an interdisciplinary conference on active aging Thursday, April 25.

Douglas Kneale, Rima Asfour, Kim Nelson“Why Humanities?” competition winner Rima Asfour (centre) accepts congratulations from UWindsor interim president Douglas Kneale and Humanities Research Group director Kim Nelson.

Poetry pressed into service by Why Humanities? competition finalists

Political science student Rima Asfour won the “Why Humanities?” competition with an impassioned poem inspired by a horrific terrorist attack.

fountain pen writing beautiful lettersThe English department will hold its Creative Writing Gala at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 28, at the Green Bean Café.

Publications on offer at creative writing gala

The English department will hold its Creative Writing Gala at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 28, at the Green Bean Café.

Lecture to take measure of 21st Century poetics

The Department of English Language, Literature, and Creative Writing presents Miriam Nichols delivering her free public lecture “Big Poetry: Memory, Measure, and Meaning in the 21st Century” Monday, March 4, in Katzman Lounge, Vanier Hall.

An associate professor at the University of the Fraser Valley, Dr. Nichols has published widely on Canadian and American poets with particular attention to the writings of Robin Blaser, a poet who participated in the Berkeley Renaissance of the 1940s and ’50s.

Gail ScottAuthor Gail Scott will deliver a free public reading Thursday, Feb. 14, at Common Ground Art Gallery.

Writer-in-residence to deliver reading

Author Gail Scott will deliver a free public reading Thursday, Feb. 14, at Common Ground Art Gallery.

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