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Jackie Imeson

Amandeep Kaur, Monika Monika, Jackie ImesonSecond-place finisher Amandeep Kaur and champion Monika Monika accept congratulations from Jackie Imeson on their hand-painted eggs, prize-winners in a decorating contest held Tuesday by the Campus Bookstore. It was the first time either student had decorated an egg.

Sunny side up: tropical scene wins egg decorating contest

Monika Monika took top honours in the Campus Bookstore’s egg decorating contest Tuesday.

Jackie Imeson, who reached 25 years of service in 2015, accepted congratulations from UWindsor president Alan Wildeman during a luncheon on June 12.Jackie Imeson, who reached 25 years of service in 2015, accepted congratulations from UWindsor president Alan Wildeman during a luncheon on June 12.

Luncheon honours UWindsor employees for 25 years of service

When Jackie Imeson joined UWindsor in 1988 she had no idea she would stay for 25 years. “Time goes by, and before you know it, it is 25 years later,” she says.

Imeson was among a group of employees recognized for 25 years of service at a June 12th luncheon in the Ambassador room, hosted by President & Vice-Chancellor Alan Wildeman and the Department of Human Resources.

Imeson started at UWindsor as a part-time clerk at the bookstore and is now a trade book buyer and textbooks buyer assistant.

Scientific approach nets Caboto cookbook for trivia contest winner

Laura McLean, secretary to the dean of science, is in a distinct minority. She was one of just two respondents to get every answer correct in Wednesday’s trivia quiz marking the 12th day of the 12th month of the 12th year.

Since hers was the name that came out of the hat, McLean received a copy of Cooking with Giovanni Caboto, courtesy of the University Bookstore.

One question in particular tripped up the majority of contestants—the final gift in The 12 Days of Christmas. In her e-mail response, McLean called it a “trick question.”

University Bookstore is open for business again

The University Bookstore is operational and serving customers in its temporary home on the upper floor of Vanier Hall—and its staff is planning a grand re-opening for Monday, November 26.

The Vanier location has stocked textbooks; school, office and computer supplies; some sale books and a small selection of general reading books— dictionaries, test preparation and study guides, as well as books by local and campus authors.