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Lacy Carty

Cessidia DeBiasioCessidia DeBiasio is one of two UWindsor students to receive the 2017 Athena Scholarship for community involvement, leadership potential, and academic excellence.

Luncheon to honour local young scholars

Students Lacy Carty and Cessidia DeBiasio will be honoured as Athena Scholars at a luncheon Friday, November 3.

Members of the student Black Lives Matter CommitteeMembers of the student Black Lives Matter Committee have created a “Hidden Figures” wall in the Pitt-Ferry Building to highlight lesser-known figures in Black Canadian history. Top, from left: Jillian Panjer, Ashleigh Watson, Kiera Royle, Nancy Tran, Joanna Stewart, Janay Warren, Lacy Carty, Daniel Falconer. Bottom: Samina Singh, Stacy Davy, Deneece Plummer, and Navroop Singh.

Exhibit shines light on hidden figures in Black history

A “Hidden Figures” wall in the Pitt-Ferry Building highlights lesser-known figures in Black Canadian history.

Scholar to explore questions on the academy

The Humanities Research Group Distinguished Speakers Series presents Rev. James McConica addressing two questions on the UWindsor campus this week.

On Thursday, March 22, at 7 p.m. in Assumption University’s Freed-Orman Centre, he will discuss “What are universities for?”

Friday, March 23, at 11 a.m. in the Assumption University boardroom, he will discuss “Is there a valid Christian humanism?”

Both lectures are free and open to the public.