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Fans compete to win at Game of Thrones trivia night

Fans compete to win at Game of Thrones trivia night

🕔13:03, 20.Apr 2018

By Amos Johnson Rally the realm. Several students and other citizens of the realm competed to win at Game of Thrones trivia night. St. Clair College students from the public relations program took advantage of the popularity surrounding Game of

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St. Clair College students rewarded with scholarships and bursaries

St. Clair College students rewarded with scholarships and bursaries

🕔10:24, 6.Apr 2018

By Amos Johnson Several students at St. Clair College are rewarded for their hard work every year through scholarships and bursaries funded by donors. The annual St. Clair College Scholarship and Bursary Award Ceremony was held at the Chrysler Theatre

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Breaking the Colour Barrier

Breaking the Colour Barrier

🕔00:57, 16.Mar 2018

AMOS JOHNSON MARCH 6, 2018   The Chimczuk Museum will hold a temporary display called Breaking the Colour Barrier: Wilfred “Boomer” Harding and the Chatham Coloured All-Stars during Black History Month. From Feb. 1, 2018 – March 31, 2018, the

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Islam Awareness Week

Islam Awareness Week

🕔00:53, 16.Mar 2018

AMOS JOHNSON MARCH 6, 2018   The Muslim Students Association (MSA) is a club at the University of Windsor and also a member of the Windsor Islamic Council; providing assistance to many Muslim communities across Windsor. The MSA is hosting

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First and worst film fest

First and worst film fest

🕔13:06, 23.Feb 2018

By Amos Johnson Many aspiring filmmakers may find their first short movie is usually not their best work. However even being bad can be good, maybe even so bad it’s good. Film students at the University of Windsor held a

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Warnings of child substance abuse

Warnings of child substance abuse

🕔12:53, 9.Feb 2018

By Amos Johnson If your child has an alcohol or drug addiction, the signs and symptoms can blend with common teen or young adult behaviour. Such warning signs can involve changes in health, hygiene, behaviour and their social life. “These

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Life After Theatre

Life After Theatre

🕔12:43, 26.Jan 2018

By Amos Johnson & Justin Crouch The theatre industry can be very competitive and many students face challenges finding work in the industry after graduation. For some, this means they may have to leave their theatre dream behind. “[Doing theatre]

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Glengarry Lighthouse, guiding others toward the light

Glengarry Lighthouse, guiding others toward the light

🕔12:41, 26.Jan 2018

By Amos Johnson A lighthouse warns ships at sea and guides them, often during a storm or in a time of darkness. The Glengarry Lighthouse, located off the courtyard at Wheelton Manor on 333 Glengarry Ave. is similar, guiding others

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Exercise to improve your Immune System

Exercise to improve your Immune System

🕔12:00, 12.Jan 2018

By Amos Johnson Exercise is beneficial to people’s health and while scientists cannot say for certain, it appears to be good for the immune system. It is important for people to know 20 – 30 minutes of exercise is needed

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Providing awareness for impaired driving

Providing awareness for impaired driving

🕔11:56, 12.Jan 2018

By Amos Johnson Never drive impaired and always plan ahead. Otherwise you are putting everyone else at risk. Impaired driving is a huge concern for police. While officers are always on the lookout, the public are encouraged to contact police

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Behind the curtain

Behind the curtain

🕔10:55, 8.Dec 2017

By Amos Johnson Actors rely on building strong relationships with their castmates in order to give a stronger, more convincing performance. With the occasional stress and frustration actors go through, there is little to no drama between the actors, according

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OKNO, an original production

OKNO, an original production

🕔12:30, 1.Dec 2017

By Amos Johnson Members of Ghost Light Players, the award-winning theatre organization, continue their all-Canadian season with Michael J. Krym’s original story, OKNO. OKNO is the story of a family living in Warsaw, Poland, who struggle to uncover the mystery

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True West, bringing characters to life

True West, bringing characters to life

🕔10:40, 13.Oct 2017

By Amos Johnson Post Productions closed their 2017 theatre season with a performance run of Sam Shepard’s classic, True West. Post Productions formed in September 2016 and have produced two other plays, Oleanna and The Worst Thing I Ever Did,

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Jane Eyre, the portrayal of women

Jane Eyre, the portrayal of women

🕔12:50, 6.Oct 2017

By Amos Johnson Charlotte Brontë’s gothic romance novel, Jane Eyre, was performed by the University Players from Sept. 22 – Oct. 1 at the Essex Hall Theatre. Jane Eyre is a gothic romance story which explores the natural passion and

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Women’s basketball rises in wins

Women’s basketball rises in wins

🕔12:13, 6.Oct 2017

By Kyle Rose The Lancers women’s basketball team have started the season experiencing exhibition bliss as they piled up two straight wins at the St. Dennis Centre. The lady lancers beat Montmorency College 59-56 and Humber College 82-77. With these

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Entertainment Roundup!

Entertainment Roundup!

🕔11:50, 29.Sep 2017

By Amos Johnson The Arts: The excellence In Focus Exhibit with Nancy Bauer will be held at the Common Ground Gallery inside Mackenzie Hall from Sept. 20 to Oct. 1. Nancy is an artist known for her still life paintings

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The Drawer Boy, a modern Canadian classic

The Drawer Boy, a modern Canadian classic

🕔12:46, 22.Sep 2017

By Amos Johnson Ghost Light Players, a non-profit theatre organization, opens their third season with Michael Healey’s award-winning play, The Drawer Boy. The Drawer Boy follows the story of a young actor named Miles who moves in with two farmers,

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Many not receiving annual flu shot

Many not receiving annual flu shot

🕔11:19, 21.Apr 2017

By Amos Johnson Scientists develop changes to the influenza vaccine each flu season, making it necessary to receive a flu shot every year. An unscientific study has determined 81 per cent of people have gotten a flu shot at least once

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Spay/neuter voucher program six years strong

Spay/neuter voucher program six years strong

🕔12:18, 7.Apr 2017

By Amos Johnson The spay and neuter voucher program is still in effect in Windsor after a successful five-year history of helping pet owners take the edge off the costs. This program is designed to help people with a low

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St. Clair’s downtown Health Centre offers more than you know

St. Clair’s downtown Health Centre offers more than you know

🕔12:05, 24.Mar 2017

By Amos Johnson Many students are unaware of the health facilities the St. Clair College Health Centre has to offer in downtown Windsor. The Health Centre offers pregnancy testing, bloodwork, smoking cessation, STI testing, health counselling and education on sexual

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