Philosopher Tamar Szabo Gendler will deliver a free public lecture entitled “Five Ancient Secrets to Modern Happiness and the Good Life” Thursday.
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UWindsor alumna Krysia Bussière will deliver a free public lecture, “Permanence in Transient Settlement,” Thursday.
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If there’s ever been a pressing question that’s kept you up at night, there are now tens of thousands of researchers at Ontario’s 21 universities who may be available to provide you with an answer.
Arts professor Lee Rodney will discuss the relationship between sight and site in a free public lecture Wednesday.
A pasta dinner Friday will benefit the family of UWindsor food services worker Pam Tapping, who is undergoing treatment for pancreatic cancer.
A south Asian-themed menu in the Marketplace on Wednesday will help support a campaign raising funds to build educational services in India.
Trying to sort out how international humanitarian laws govern everyone from terrorists to private mercenaries seems far removed from everyday life in Windsor, but it really should concern everyone.
For Olympic athletes who tested positive for banned substances at the Winter Olympics in Sochi last month, Dick Pound has a very simple message.
Athletics and Recreational Services is holding a job fair Friday.
The University Players production of Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters premiered Thursday at Essex Hall Theatre.