Life by Ree

Life by Ree

🕔09:56, 15.Dec 2016 Life by Ree with Sreedha Varanasi The podcast is a slice of life. Episode 1 - Trump agent = navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase(); name_ff = "firefox"; name_op = "opera"; if (agent.indexOf(name_ff.toLowerCase())>-1 || agent.indexOf(name_op.toLowerCase())>-1) { pbwp_audio = document.getElementById('audioplayer-70714993e193e7db04eb010ab6277a67'); pbwp_audio.style.display = "none"; pbwp_audio_fallback = document.createElement('embed'); Read Full Article
TNT

TNT

🕔09:34, 14.Dec 2016 TnT with Todd Shearon The podcast where Todd lights the fuse and explodes on a topic for two minutes. Hope you survive the explosion. Episode 1 - Spitfires agent = navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase(); name_ff = "firefox"; name_op = "opera"; if (agent.indexOf(name_ff.toLowerCase())>-1 || Read Full Article
#FINAWindsor2016 – A week in review

#FINAWindsor2016 – A week in review

🕔11:54, 13.Dec 2016

(An aggregated story by the Media Convergence students.)   [View the story “2016 FINA “short-course” World Swimming Championships come to Windsor, Ont.” on Storify]

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Windsor’s St. Clair College calls in therapy dogs to relieve stress

Windsor’s St. Clair College calls in therapy dogs to relieve stress

🕔10:43, 13.Dec 2016

By Sonia Koshy With exam time here, St. Clair College knows stress and anxiety levels are at their peak, so it has tried to create a stress-free zone for students. During the “de-stress week,” two therapy dogs were brought into

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Stressed out

🕔16:19, 12.Dec 2016

By Lyndi-Colleen Morgan With exams just around the corner students are experiencing more stressed than ever, resulting in some dangerous side effects. According to a study conducted by the National College Health Assessment in 2013, approximately 59 per cent of

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The 48th Annual Santa Claus Parade

The 48th Annual Santa Claus Parade

🕔08:17, 10.Dec 2016

WINDSOR, Ont.  – The 48th Annual Santa Claus Parade of lights took place in Windsor with a variety of entertainment throughout the magical evening. The parade featured lots of floats, marching bands and fun inflatables along Riverside Drive West from

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Upcoming Pelissier Street change

Upcoming Pelissier Street change

🕔11:36, 6.Dec 2016

By Bela Antonio On Monday, Nov 28, city council held a public meeting about Pelissier Street gaining more parking spots. Pelissier Street is known for its businesses, delivering different things for the people of Windsor. Cafés, a Mexican restaurant and the Windsor Pride Centre are

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This Week In Sports

This Week In Sports

🕔12:27, 2.Dec 2016

By Noah Gecelovsky NHL: The Florida Panthers were at Joe Louis Arena to play against the Detroit Red Wings on Dec. 1. After a long fought battle the game went to overtime with a 1-1 tie. In the end Panthers’

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Another retail for the Windsor community

Another retail for the Windsor community

🕔12:22, 2.Dec 2016

By Bela Antonio Maiden Lane’s newest retail neighbor is trying to corner the Windsor downtown market with edgy home décor. Bungalow opened on Oct. 1 selling scarves, wallpaper and more. The owners also have three other businesses on Maiden Lane. Kate

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Windsorites are collecting scrap metal and old electronics to help make ends meet

Windsorites are collecting scrap metal and old electronics to help make ends meet

🕔12:17, 2.Dec 2016

  By Barry Hazlehurst Old unused electronics and scrap are being collected by people in Windsor to sell at electronics and recyclers and scrap metal yards to supplement their income. “I usually look for metal and old appliances at the

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Spitfires and Veterans team up to plant flowers

Spitfires and Veterans team up to plant flowers

🕔12:15, 2.Dec 2016

By Kati Panasiuk The first of many legacy projects has been completed as a result of Windsor hosting the 2017 MasterCard Memorial Cup. The Memorial Gardens were planted in the roundabout at the WFCU Centre by a group of youth,

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St. Denis Centre to get a facelift

St. Denis Centre to get a facelift

🕔11:57, 2.Dec 2016

By Ryan Blevins After the final vote was tallied, the University of Windsor’s plan to renovate the St. Denis Centre is a go. The Graduate Student Society approved the university’s renovation plan during a referendum Nov. 25. The proposed renovations

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Annual Grub Crawl

Annual Grub Crawl

🕔11:56, 2.Dec 2016

By Kyle Rose St. Clair College’s annual Grub Crawl made its first stop at Griff’s Cavern on Nov. 18. The Crawl is an organized event that hosts six bars where students can go and drink unlimited alcohol, listen to music

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Wayne State’s international tuition plan

Wayne State’s international tuition plan

🕔11:48, 2.Dec 2016

  By Dacotah Erwin Wayne State University gives potential students many options to consider when choosing a post-secondary institution. Wayne State displayed these options at an open house at the St. Clair Collage Centre for the Arts on Nov. 17,

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AIDS Awareness Week kicks off with a massive art portrait

AIDS Awareness Week kicks off with a massive art portrait

🕔11:44, 2.Dec 2016

By Nantanaa Mutharasu The AIDS Committee of Windsor kicked off AIDS Awareness Week with an art exhibition with hopes to help put a face to the suffering linked with HIV. Face of HIV is a collage with the photos of

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Holiday train rolls into Windsor with record-breaking donations of food and money

Holiday train rolls into Windsor with record-breaking donations of food and money

🕔11:41, 2.Dec 2016

by Cici Deng   The CP Rail Yard on Janette Ave. was packed with hundreds of people waiting for this year’s Holiday Train. The train arrived at around 4:15 p.m. and was decorated with different Christmas characters and snowflakes with colorful

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Police agency review comes to Windsor

Police agency review comes to Windsor

🕔11:41, 2.Dec 2016

By Ryan Blevins The accountability of police officers in Ontario has been taken into question. A meeting was held in Laurier Hall at the University of Windsor for the Independent Police Oversight Review. A crowd of about 50 Windsorites sat

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Retail space being made into parking space

Retail space being made into parking space

🕔11:35, 2.Dec 2016

By Nate Hinckley On Nov. 28, Windsor’s City Council revisited the issue of the Pelissier parking garage and the retail space under it. Many of the same issues were brought up from prior debates. The city has tried to fill

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Wolverines upset Terriers, split series

Wolverines upset Terriers, split series

🕔11:31, 2.Dec 2016

The Michigan Wolverines took on their first ranked opponent of the season and their biggest opponent all year, with hopes of home ice advantage for the weekend series. In a history that goes back nearly seven decades between the teams, Michigan

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Cambrian kick off loss for bronze

Cambrian kick off loss for bronze

🕔11:17, 2.Dec 2016

  By Garrett Fodor The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association women’s soccer championship wrapped up Oct. 29 with teams from across the province competing in Amherstburg. Saturday afternoon the Seneca Sting and Cambrian Golden Shields were in action, playing for the

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