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A film screening and panel discussion will explore the topics of kinship and relocation in the context of Black and Indigenous solidarity on Wednesday, Oct. 28.
The event is part of the “We are Not a Phase: Indigenous Screening Series” sponsored by the Turtle Island Aboriginal Education Centre, Indigenous Student Services St. Clair College, VUCAVU, and the Arts Council - Windsor and Region.
The Office of Student Experience will host a panel discussion of anti-Black racism on Canadian campuses Thursday, July 9.
A community conversation Friday will consider a just, inclusive, and sustainable recovery in Windsor post-pandemic.
Students and alumni from the University of Windsor and St. Clair College are donating $100,000 to help Windsor Regional Hospital purchase ventilators.
Tickets for the WinterFest concert organized by the University of Windsor Students’ Alliance, Jan. 25 in the St. Denis Centre, are available from the student union office or online.
The all-ages show will begin at 7 p.m. and feature a lineup of local hip hop and electronic artists leading into the headline act.
Rapper Rich the Kid will headline the WinterFest concert, hosted by the University of Windsor Students’ Alliance, Jan. 25 in the St. Denis Centre.
Zip Dockless plans to bring its electric scooters to the UWindsor campus by the fall.