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Speaker to address sexual differentiation in spectatorship

Due to an editing error, Wednesday’s DailyNews published the wrong title for a public lecture tonight by Tracy Davis of Northwestern University.

The correct title of her presentation, part of the Humanities Research Group’s Distinguished Speakers Series, is “Spectatorship’s Sexual Differentiation: From Liberal Individualism to Relationalist Subjecthood.” It is set for 7 p.m. Thursday, March 15, in the Freed Orman Centre, Assumption University.

Customers flock to Bookstore bargains

The University Bookstore did a brisk business for its annual overstock sale, Tuesday in the CAW Sudent Centre Commons.

Students, staff and faculty took advantage of discounted prices to stock up on UWindsor apparel and thousands of books as low as 99 cents.

“We’ve had a great turnout and you can see customers are lined up,” said marketing manager Martin Deck.

Jenna Durette, a teacher candidate in the Faculty of Education, was one satisfied customer.

Nature of Victorian audiences subject of lecture

The Humanities Research Group’s Distinguished Speakers Series presents Tracy Davis delivering her free public lecture, entitled “How historical is spectatorship? Knowledge, expertise, insight and taste among racialized and gendered audiences in mid-Victorian Britain,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 15, in the Freed Orman Centre, Assumption University.

Marketplace getting a jump on St. Patrick’s Day with Irish fare Thursday

When Irish eyes are smiling, they’ve probably seen the special dishes the Marketplace Homestyle station is laying out in honour of St. Patrick’s Day.

It might be a couple of days early, but the food court in the CAW Student Centre will celebrate on Thursday, March 15, with a menu featuring:

Documentary offers view of Indian cinema

The International Wednesdays documentary series presents India Reborn: Manufacturing Dreams, tomorrow at noon in the International Student Centre on the second floor of Laurier Hall.

India produces an annual output of 1000 films, but obsession with the movies runs beyond watching them. Bollywood—Hindi cinema—has seeped into every aspect of life of people in this vast and diverse nation.

Information session aimed at cancer prevention

Up to half of all cancers can be either prevented or detected before they become a serious threat to your health. When it comes to cancer, an ounce of prevention and screening is worth more than a pound of cure!

A session for UWindsor employees will focus on general risk factors that individuals have control over and can change. Cancer Care Ontario developed the “Your Health Matters” information session to enhance participants’ understanding of the risks.

Voting now open for campus-community radio awards

Voting for CJAMfm’s annual Jammy Awards will continue through March.

The awards recognize the best programs on the campus-community radio station in 10 categories, as well as local musicians and venues for live acts. CJAM will holds an awards ceremony in early April, says volunteer coordinator Sarah Morris.

“We want to celebrate the contributions of our dedicated volunteer hosts,” she says.

Cast your ballot on the Jammy Awards Web site.

President issues message on Friday altercation

In a memo to students, staff and faculty on Monday, UWindsor president Alan Wildeman called a stabbing outside the CAW Student Centre during the early morning hours of Friday, March 9, “shocking and highly unusual for our campus.”

He credited the tremendous co-operation and teamwork of those responding to the situation with helping to maintain the safety of our community.