A reception Tuesday honoured high-achieving nursing students.
A trip to Costa Rica during fall reading week proved an amazing team-building opportunity for the Lancer women’s volleyball squad.
The Lancer women’s hockey team will hit the ice for its home opener Friday.
SCAN Health predicts its new online forum for the sharing of best practices in supply chain processes will lead to safer and sustainable healthcare.
A draft policy on free speech is ready for comment from the University community.
Organizers are gearing up for a cross-campus celebration of Halloween.
Leddy Library is hosting a lecture series to celebrate the 10th annual International Open Access Week.
The UWinsite Student team has compiled a list of key concepts and terminology.
A panel of experts in environmental law will discuss issues in climate justice, October 22 at Windsor Law.
High-quality video recordings of Saturday’s Convocation ceremonies will be telecast on Cogeco cable channel 11.
The documentary “Dominion” uses drones and hidden cameras to expose the dark underbelly of modern animal agriculture.
A panel will discuss “Indigenous Realities Navigating the Canadian Criminal Justice System” at 1:20 p.m. October 17.
A scholarship to support first- and second-generation Canadians is the beneficiary of a charity raffle this month.
Following the enactment of the Cannabis Act (Bill C-45), recreational cannabis products will be legally consumable across Canada as of October 17, 2018. In preparation for the legalization, each province and territory has or is in the process of establishing regulations outlining legal minimum age, where you can buy it, where you can use it and how much you can possess.
In Ontario, these regulations include:
The Reach peer e-advising portal gives first-year students a virtual connection to assistance from senior students.
Food and drink specials will mark the October 17 grand opening of the Hum Café and Lounge.
Mohamed Aboelnga and Michelle Guerreo received the Governor General’s Gold Medal, Saturday in the St. Denis Centre.
Alternative Spring Break is seeking donations of items for an auction to raise funds for its Reading Week program.
Workshops Wednesday at the School of Creative Arts will explore the Ableton Live digital audio workstation.
A campus union will hand out apple cider and doughnut bites to students at lunchtime Wednesday, October 17.