The University of Windsor officially launched the second year of the Windsor Proud awareness and enrolment campaign Friday.
The Skate the Date winter festival will open Tuesday outside the CAW Student Centre.
Try eight soups for $8 during Great Faculty Soup-off, a fundraiser for United Way on Tuesday, Nov. 26, in the student centre Commons.
Lancer basketball will play the last games of the fall semester Wednesday, Nov. 27.
A delegation to the conference of the Canadian Bureau for International Education brought back ideas to improve the UWindsor student experience.
A new review program, will support University of Windsor faculty in their pursuit of project grants from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
Recruiters will hold receptions for prospective students in five Ontario communities Nov. 26 to Dec. 4.
An exhibition of student works in the SoCA Gallery explores the fundamentals of materials, form, and three-dimensional design.
A reception Tuesday celebrated faculty and librarians reaching career milestones in 2018-19.
A talk and workshop on Dec. 2 will address issues related to recruiting and retaining women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
A home-and-away men's hockey series against the Western Mustangs is a highlight of the weekend’s Lancer action.
Welcome the holidays with a festive beverage in a sale-priced glass from the Campus Bookstore.
The UWindsor chapter of Women in Cybersecurity will host a breakfast today featuring guest speaker Andrea Stapley of Sun Life Financial.
University Players will mount a performance of Beauty and the Beast especially for guests who require a limited sensory environment.
Computer science student Sehajdeep Singh won the Beautiful UWindsor photo contest with his image of the Welcome Centre.
Members of the Cities and Climate Action Forum at Windsor Law held a research-a-thon Monday as part of a national effort.
Seth C. Rasmussen of North Dakota State University will present on the early history of alcohol, Thursday at Craft Heads Brewing Company.
The campus community is invited to sit in on a class talk by professor Beth Currans of Eastern Michigan University.
Purchase a diploma frame and receive a portrait frame for an additional $30.
The Canadian Labour International Film Festival will screen films about workers Monday, Nov. 25, at the Green Bean Café.