The final issue of “Rampike” magazine will enjoy a public launch October 16 at the Capitol Theatre.
A clothing sale and a chance to take a selfie with a scary mannequin will celebrate National Student Day, October 8 in the Campus Bookstore.
The chamber music ensemble Project Trio will conduct a workshop and a concert during a campus residency October 22 and 23.
An Egyptian television program will feature an interview with UWindsor professor Waguih ElMaraghy on Friday.
Campus flags will be lowered Friday, October 9, in memory of retired secretary Joyce Durocher, who died October 4.
Register a Grade 9 student now for “Take Our Kids to Work Day,” November 4.
Two presentations on campus Thursday will explore lessons learned from a successful campaign to preserve access to abortion services in the Maritimes.
The eerie attraction Scarehouse Windsor promises thrills and chills before Halloween.
The Ontario University Athletics hockey season begins this week and Lancer teams are ready for the face-off.
Former parliamentary budget officer Kevin Page will discuss his book, Unaccountable: Truth and Lies on Parliament Hill, Friday on the UWindsor campus.