When people get arrested and step in front of that camera for their mug shots, they may be at one of the lowest, most vulnerable points of their lives. So what is it about those images that make some people want to collect them, and perhaps even think about them as art objects?
Registrants for Campus Technology Day will have the option of also attending April 29 sessions of the Ontario Universities Computing Conference.
Construction crews have begun preparing the site of the Welcome Centre for the building’s foundation.
The Tim Horton’s outlet in the CAW Student Centre will add sandwiches, salads and other grab-and-go items to its menu for the summer.
Phil Alexander, Sheila Cameron, Arthur Kidd, and Kathleen McCrone will receive Clark Awards at a dinner in their honour on May 1.
Poster presentations Tuesday presented practicum and research projects by fourth-year students in psychology and disability studies.
Graduating acting students will show the full range of their drama skills during a two-day showcase April 17 and 18.
The University’s e-newsletter, DailyNews, will begin its semi-weekly summer publishing schedule next week.
A research fellow at the Odette School of Business will deliver a free public lecture, “Distributed Optimization and Swarm Intelligence,” Thursday.
Katia Benoit won this week’s DailyNews quiz contest and its fabulous prize of a beautiful UWindsor coffee mug.