In an unscientific survey, five per cent of respondents said they have lost or been denied a job because of their tattoos. The survey was conducted for the MediaPlex to gather information on people who have tattoos, why they got
By Danielle Gagnier A recent unscientific survey shows some people believe sleeping schedules are linked to a person’s mental and physical health.
By Lyndi-Colleen Morgan In an unscientific survey, respondents said they drink, but do not drive while under the influence of alcohol.
Nobody knows their future. How was I supposed to know
Three years. Some students who leave the MediaPlex next week will have been learning the art of journalism for three years. Four hundred hours chasing stories, taking pictures, conducting interviews and preparing ourselves for the real world. Surrounded by the
According to a recent unscientific survey, more people believe in the possibility of extra-terrestrials than those who do not. The survey, which was conducted for the MediaPlex, polled 21 people and showed over 80 per cent of respondents believe
Jobin Farms (pictured above) is hoping to rebuild after a fire claimed the lives of an estimated amount of over 100 cattle April 18. No people were injured. Neighbours came to gather the surviving dairy cows away from the fire.
By Mark Brown A cult musical known worldwide for its campy style and audience participation element takes the stage at St. Clair College this week. The College’s musical theatre performance and entertainment technology programs will present their spring production of
To pay student athletes or not to pay student athletes. That is the question. In a society fueled by capitalism, junior and student athletes perform at the top of their abilities to gain entry into the world of professional sports.
by Michael Hugall On Nov. 22, 2015 the City of Windsor welcomed a 16-year-old Sudanese student, Jonathon Nicola. What was unknown at the time has now come to light after an investigation done by CBSA alleged that Nicola was not a 16-year-old
By Christian Bouchard Over the past couple years the sports world has seen some of the greatest call it a career. We have been left with fond memories thanks to guys such as Peyton Manning, Derek Jeter, Kobe Bryant and
Owners of the former Blind Dog bar on Ouellette Avenue began tearing down their establishment this week. The city of Windsor reviewed and approved the demolition of the downtown landmark. Late last week, the building was sectioned off for construction
On April 14, 2016, local media legend Greg Gynp gave a brilliant speech for St. Clair College’s Journalism & Media Convergence students and staff. It was one of the many highlight of their annual MediaPlex Networking and Awards Night at
Holy Trinity Parish was filled with Windsor’s Polish community celebrating the establishment of their country 1050 years ago on April 9. The event featured students with a Polish background reciting poems about their history and appreciation for their native country.
The plan for a regional hospital is in the works and may come at a price for property owners. Council officials will discuss a proposed 2.19 per cent levy to contribute to the state-of-the-art facility at the meeting on
By: Naureen Ahmed The 26 annual Gourmet Food & Wine Gala took place April, 8 at the St. Clair College Center for the Arts. All proceeds benefit the tourism and travel, hospitality management and culinary programs at St Clair
By Jordan Caschera The dreadful and embarrassing season of the Toronto Maple Leafs has finally come to an end and it’s time to cheer for a championship caliber team, Toronto Blue Jays. The Toronto Maple Leafs ended their season with
The Federated Women’s Institutes of Canada are informing others about national and international issues as well as assisting in rural communities . The organization promotes women, families and communities with its goal to empower women to make a difference. The