Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

students playing video game on large projection screenDrama students took a break from exam studies by playing video games in studios throughout the Jackman Dramatic Art Centre.

Video games provide dramatic break from studies

Drama students took a break from exam studies by playing video games in studios throughout the Jackman Dramatic Art Centre.

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aerial photo of Detroit River and U.S. and Canadian shoresThe “Presenting the Past to the Public” symposium will explore race, slavery, resistance, and identity in the Detroit River borderland on Friday, Dec. 8.

Local history subject for symposium

A symposium Friday, Dec. 8, will consider issues of race, slavery, resistance, and identity in the Detroit River borderland.
surveillance cameraUWindsor alumnus James Steinhoff will explore the creation of data produced artificially as an alternative to real-world data in a free public lecture on Wednesday, Nov. 29.

Synthetic data subject of lecture

James Steinhoff will lecture on “Towards a Political Economy of Synthetic Data,” at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 29.
jazz ensemble on stageThe University wind and jazz ensembles will perform their end-of-semester concerts at the Capitol Theatre this weekend.

Ensemble concerts to showcase student talents

The University wind and jazz ensembles will perform their end-of-semester concerts at the Capitol Theatre this weekend.