This evening in London, the UWindsor student recruitment team will open a series of four receptions for applicants to the University.
More than 200 students from eight local high schools attended a conference Friday providing skills certification in health and wellness.
The campus extended a welcome to international language students with activities and performances Friday along Turtle Island Walk.
A debate competition Thursday in the Centre for English Language Development tested the skills of English language learners.
Recruitment officer Katia Benoit won Monday’s DailyNews quiz contest and its fabulous prize of a Lancer ornament.
A group of students from Windsor Royal School in Colombia enjoyed hands-on activities during a tour of the campus last week.
It can be difficult to find a hockey game in Mexico, so Alan Cabrera Arellano’s family sometimes goes to a restaurant to watch the sport on television.
His visit to hockey’s homeland meant a special souvenir for Cabrera, who received a Lancer hockey jersey during a tour of UWindsor athletics facilities last week.
A reception Thursday recognized him and more than 150 UWindsor employees for attaining 10, 20, 30 or 40 years of service in 2013.
Katia Benoit won this week’s DailyNews quiz contest and its fabulous prize of a beautiful UWindsor coffee mug.