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Jenny’s Vision is one of three local films that will enjoy national broadcast Sept. 18 on CBC television as part of its Absolutely Canadian series showcasing unique stories from communities across Canada.Maria Belenkova-Buford is hopeful her short doc could change someone's life

Film student projects to find national audience

The most rewarding part of filming her short documentary Jenny’s Vision is the thought that its message of hope could change someone’s life, says Maria Belenkova-Buford.

A film student, she tells the story of an artist with a visual disability.

“Jenny has some challenges she had to overcome,” says Belenkova-Buford. “My film shows how you can still create while having a major impairment.”

Sisterhood for good: sorority experience fulfilling, says first-year member

First-year French studies student Kailey Romanick says joining a sorority was a “fulfilling experience” for her.

Romanick sports the colours green and pink that represent her sorority, Delta Zeta. In the summer leading up to the start of her UWindsor career, Romanick was contacted by Delta Zeta and encouraged to join.

“When I first came to the University of Windsor, I thought that I wouldn’t know anyone,” she says. “But now I am best friends with all of the members of Delta Zeta.”

Library prepared to help students with research and study

The staff of the Leddy Library encourages students who are finishing projects and studying for finals to come to them for help.

The Library Assistant Access Services offers students guidance with finding online journals, checking out books, writing formal papers, accessing course reserves, and general reference questions.

“We have several quiet areas and comfortable couches where students can sit back and read,” says library assistant Sue Eberlie. “We are always here to help.”