DailyNews Issue for Friday, May 1st, 2015

2015 Lancer Football Season Tickets on Sale

Lancer football player

Season tickets for the 2015 OUA Lancer Football season go on sale today, Friday May 1.

The Lancers will host four regular season home games, which includes visits from Western, Carleton, McMaster and Waterloo.

The highly anticipated campaign begins in late August with the Blue & Gold opening the season against their rivals, the Western Mustangs, on Sunday August 30 at 1 p.m. at Alumni Field. 

After facing the Toronto Varsity Blues on Labour Day in Toronto, the Lancers are back at home on September 12 to face the Carleton Ravens at 1 p.m.   

The Blue & Gold will then be away from home for two weeks before they return home when they host the McMaster Marauders on Alumni Weekend on October 3rd at 1 p.m. Windsor closes out the regular season on Saturday October 24 when the Waterloo Warriors come to town. Game time is scheduled for 1 p.m. 

Season ticket prices will once again remain the same as last year. Fans can get their four game ticket package for $50/seat. 

The Department of Athletics is pleased to announce that an early bird ticket special is available. Fans purchasing season tickets in the month of May, will receive the early bird package of $40/seat.

To purchase your Lancer Football season pass, please visit the Lancer Box Office at www.goLancers.ca/tickets.

Last call to register for Campus Technology Day 2015

Ramona Codreanu, Domenic Panetta and Noah Diesbourg explore smartphone functionality during a break in Campus Technology Day 2014.Ramona Codreanu, Domenic Panetta and Noah Diesbourg explore smartphone functionality during a break in Campus Technology Day 2014.

Time is running out to register for Campus Technology Day 2015. With the theme, Empowering U, the day will include interactive presentations discussing the impact of technology in enhancing learning, teaching, research, and building community and will take place May 7, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the CAW Student Centre.

In addition to a keynote address on cloud computing by Nancy Walton, Director of E- learning at Ryerson University, the conference will feature sessions on collaboration tools in Microsoft 365, using FluidSurveys for administrative purposes, and the virtual classroom available through Blackboard.

Limited spots are available and registration is free, including a complimentary wine & cheese reception.

Find a full conference agenda and online registration form at uwindsor.ca/ctd.

Windsor Cancer Research Group cheers to hope…

The Windsor Cancer Research Group to celebrate all the received support over the past year.The Windsor Cancer Research Group to celebrate all the received support over the past year.

The Windsor Cancer Research Group (WCRG), celebrates all the received support over the past year, May 9, 7:30 p.m., Walkerville Brewery, 525 Argyle Rd.

The event is an opportunity for the WCRG community to come together and share a toast with local cancer researchers.

The night will feature a jazz trio, appetizers by Vito's, Walkerville Brewery's beer, a selection of wines and a number of official toasts.

For more information on tickets, please visit Windsor Cancer Research Group webpage.