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laptop keyboard with toolbox on it
Jul 18th, 2019

Network changes will make Internet services unavailable to and from the University on the morning of Saturday, July 27.

Dr. Kenneth Drouillard, professor at the University of Windsor's Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, explains why the emergence of mayflies can be an indication of lake health.
Jul 16th, 2019

Most years, they rise from the water and blanket unsuspecting communities.

Children scream as their friends run in pursuit with one of these winged-insects pinched tight between their fingers.

Masoud Akhshik
Jul 16th, 2019

Masoud Akhshik is a founder of a company that will use kits to detect whether or not water is safe for consumption.

Vraj Vyas
Jul 16th, 2019

Canadians prefer quality over quantity in their writing, in contrast to his Indian education, says Vraj Vyas.

Education students George Paterson and Caroline Voyer follow a youthful instructor through a traditional dance during their visit to Changlang Primary School in Suzhou, China.
Jul 16th, 2019

Teacher candidates from the University of Windsor made news in China.

Mike Fisher sends his ball through a wicket.
Jul 16th, 2019

Fish and Computer Chips defeated the previously unbeaten Flannagan’s Shenanigans to win the ITS croquet championship Monday.

Jul 16th, 2019

A profile of Assumption College grad Fred Thomas dubs him “The greatest Canadian athlete you’ve never heard of.”

Food Services worker filling Tim Hortons percolator
Jul 16th, 2019

Food Services will close its outlets in the student centre and engineering building for the week Thursday at 2 p.m.

Jul 15th, 2019

The University of Windsor is deeply saddened by the death of alumna Hodan Nalayeh, a 1998 BA graduate in Communication Studies.

We extend our deepest sympathies to Hodan’s family in this time of loss.

—Douglas Kneale, interim President and Vice-Chancellor

Trevor Pitcher, Katelynn Johnson, Aaron Fisk
Jul 15th, 2019

UWindsor researchers are installing high-tech equipment along the Detroit River shoreline to monitor water levels and wave action.