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selection of giftwareAll these products and more are available at the Campus Bookstore.

Campus outlets making gift buying easier

For shoppers stumped for holiday gift ideas, the UWindsor campus offers a number of options.

The Campus Bookstore has in stock a number of volumes signed by the authors, ranging from non-fiction to poetry. Check out the choices on its website. Owen Jones, author of Music from Windsor, will be in the store to sign copies from noon to 1 p.m. Friday, December 12.

“We also stock a full line of spirit wear and items bearing the UWindsor logo,” says marketing coordinator Martin Deck. “Everything from mugs and glassware to picture frames and a leather-bound journal.”

Click here for a flyer of products the store suggests for holiday giving.

Friday, December 12, is faculty and staff discount day. The Campus Bookstore is offering a 10 percent discount on all products in the store, excluding textbooks, computers and gift cards.

For the theatre-goer in your circle, how about some tickets to the University Players? The company offers a half-season subscription to productions in February, March and April.

This semester’s line-up includes the romantic To Moscow, the Shakespearean comedy Twelfth Night, and the side-splitting slapstick The Nerd. All three performances are available for a total cost as low as $51—$48 for seniors. Learn more at www.universityplayers.com.

The School of Creative Arts will present several concerts in January, including the original Canadian Idol—the Ron W. Ianni Memorial Scholarship Competition on January 18. Top performers in each instrument will take to the stage to contend for the prestigious $500 prize.

Pianist and UWindsor alumnus Ross Osmun (BSc 1991, BMus 1994, BEd 1995) will take to the keyboard to accompany soprano Melinda Enns in recital on January 30 at Mackenzie Hall. Tickets are $15. Find details on these and other concerts on the music website.

And for the sports fan, Lancer season tickets are still available for basketball and volleyball, with lots of great action to come in the new year. Tickets for individual hockey games will put you rinkside to watch some of the country’s top collegians. And a season’s ticket to track and field includes admission to the Canadian Interuniversity Sport national championship tournament. Get details at goLancers.ca.