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Chris Al-Youssef

Big win puts Lancer football at 3-0 on season

The Lancer football team secured a 3-0 record to open the season—its best start since 2006—with a 63-4 trouncing of the Warriors in Waterloo on Saturday.

Quarterback Austin Kennedy passed for 141 yards including a touchdown each to Dallas Boow, Mark Carter and Scott McEwen as part of a total 654 yards in offense. Kennedy is just eight touchdown passes away from the Ontario University Athletics career record.  Windsor’s rushing leaders included Nigel Applewhaite with 166 yards and two touchdowns, Nick Vincent with 85 yards and two touchdowns, and Beau Lumley with 114 yards.

History of books subject of mini-conference Tuesday

Students in history professor Leslie Howsam’s graduate course “Studies in the History of the Book” will present their research in a series of free public lectures on Tuesday, November 29, with the support of the Humanities Research Group.

The mini-conference begins at 10 a.m. in Alumni Hall’s McPherson Lounge with Dr. Howsam’s introductory remarks on Mediation and Materiality: Aspects of the History of the Book.”