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November 1 challenge to register stem cell donors for patients in need

The ethnic diversity on campus makes the University of Windsor an ideal place to seek stem cell donors, says Bryan Bedard, president of the Katelyn Bedard Bone Marrow Association. The most particular current need is for males in good health who are between 17 and 35 years old and of Asian or African heritage.

Bedard’s association will partner with the OneMatch Stem Cell and Marrow Network to host the Windsor campus Get Swabbed event on Thursday, November 1, part of a national effort to register potential donors.

Changes in Marketplace aimed at serving residence students

The Marketplace food court in the CAW Student Centre has expanded its services to better meet the needs of residence students, says Dave McEwen, head of Food Services.

“We have introduced a number of changes, expanding our hours, our menus, and even our seating capacity,” McEwen says. “It’s all aimed at providing the best experience for our patrons.”

The cafeteria boasts an additional 90 seats and has extended its hours Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.