The Office of Enrolment Management – Recruitment is looking for students to join its team as ambassadors.
The “Virtual Coffee with a Recruiter” offers individual online conversations for students and guidance counsellors.
Digital journalism students who produce the 30 News — Radio Edition on CJAM will receive the station’s volunteers of the year award Friday.
Host Ashley Quinton will feature the work of digital journalism students on the30news - Radio Edition, debuting today on CJAMfm.
For the last few weeks Kate Du Toit has been following the story of a 12-year-old amateur fighter from the Border City Boxing Club. A second-year student in the university’s digital journalism program, Du Toit sees the pre-teen as something of a metaphor for the resilience that personifies the Ford City neighbourhood from which he comes.
The cold weather has come, affecting some citizens of Windsor much more than anyone can imagine.
Members of the UWindsor fraternity Pi Lambda Phi are taking this as chance to promote awareness of the issue of homelessness by camping in a homemade shelter outside the Leddy Library. They are there for three days and two nights, disregarding any condition Mother Nature throws at them, in an effort to mirror the effect of what it is like to be without a home.
Fraternity president Curtis Makish says they have just the bare basics.