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round danceA round dance Friday in the student centre will honour missing and murdered Indigenous women.

Round dance Friday to honour Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

Organizers of a round dance to honour the missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, and two-spirit people of Turtle Island invite the campus community to join in, Friday in the student centre.

The Shawbewisag Student Law Society, Native Student Alliance, and Aboriginal Education Centre will host the event starting at noon Feb. 14 in the CAW Student Centre Commons. Besides the dance, it will feature a free meal and public addresses by Indigenous scholars and speakers.

Attendees are encouraged to wear red to show solidarity and help raise awareness.

Sam Fraser holding bassoonBassoonist Sam Fraser is one of three woodwind musicians to be a featured soloist in concerts this weekend by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra.

Baroque concert to feature talents of UWindsor faculty

Instructors in the UWindsor music program are among the featured soloists in this weekend’s Intimate Classics concerts by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra.

Flutist Liesel Deppe and bassoonist Sam Fraser both teach in the School of Creative Arts. They, along with oboist Graham Mackenzie, will bring audiences back to the 17th and 18th centuries to explore the music of Baroque giants Handel, Vivaldi, Telemann, and Purcell. Performances are set for Friday, Feb. 14, in Chatham, and Sunday, Feb. 16, in Assumption Hall’s Heritage Auditorium.

Sunday’s performance begins at 2:30 p.m., with a pre-concert talk at 1:30 p.m. Find more information and online ticket purchase on the event website.

sign reading "under maintenance"Scheduled maintenance will disable the student information platform for 12 hours on Feb. 15.

Maintenance to take UWinsite Student offline Saturday

UWinsite Student will be unavailable from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15.

The 12-hour shutdown is necessary for the scheduled maintenance of UWindsor’s student information platform, including legislated updates to the T2202 (Tuition and Enrolment Certificate) tax form.

“This maintenance period has been planned during a low Uwinsite Student usage period aligned with the start of Reading Week,” says Susan Holiga, assistant director, Information Technology Services. “We are striving to minimize any disruption to operations as much as possible.”

On Saturday, any updates about the maintenance period will be posted on the IT Services’ system status webpage at

—Ericka Greenham