Hansika Khokhar

Justin Trudeau visits the University of Windsor

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited the University of Windsor’s Centre for Hybrid Automotive Research and Green Energy (CHARGE) lab to speak with students and faculty. The CHARGE lab is the developmental hub of all innovative technologies for electric vehicles. After this, he had a 1--hour roundtable conference with all the students currently working on the lab's projects, followed by a 20 minutes tour of the facilities in the engineering building. "The Prime Minister's office did visit the university as part of the bigger tour of Windsor as well as Canada itself with a main focus on electric vehicles and Supply

By |Wed, Jan 18th, 2023, 9:24AM|News|

UWindsor Alum Promotes The Importance of Yoga

The new Toldo Lancer Centre (TLC) at the University of Windsor aims to enhance the student experience and promote campus spirit. Starting this semester, the Lancer Recreation centre has introduced various programs for students including dance, sports, and yoga. Nicole Daignault, a.k.a. Coco is one of the yoga instructors at the Lancer recreation centre.  Coco graduated from the University of Windsor with a Psychology honours with thesis degree in 1997. Her thesis focused on early detection of breast cancer in women.  She created a device to help women self-screen. After research, it was found that the device created by Coco

By |Mon, Jan 16th, 2023, 8:47PM|Feature|

A Chapter of Jack.org at the University of Windsor

The University of Windsor prioritizes mental health for all its students and faculty members. It is now an active chapter in the Jack Organization.  Jack.org is a Canadian charity organization training and empowering young leaders to revolutionize mental health. It aims to work with young people to teach them about mental health and how to look after others' mental health.   "1/7 youth in Canada report having suicidal thoughts. This is the leading health-related cause of death for young people in Canada. Canada has the 3rd highest rate of youth suicide in the industrial world. Though this fact underscores a state

By |Tue, Dec 13th, 2022, 12:08PM|News|

An Introduction to the Odette Commerce Society

The Odette Commerce Society (OCS) is a student organization within the Odette School of Business that links the student body, faculty, and community partners. It was established in the year 1953. OCS has since been an umbrella organization for ratified Odette clubs and continues to provide events that enhance the personal and professional growth and development of business students. Every undergraduate student of business at the University of Windsor is a general member of the OCS and has voting rights to elect their council members. They are also given the ability to sit in Full-Council meetings. With a mission to

By |Mon, Dec 5th, 2022, 9:25AM|News|

How to lead a stress-free life while balancing work and school?

University of Windsor students returned to campus this Fall, as most of the courses were in person. After three long years of online classes, it has been overwhelming for most students to come back in person. It has been a sudden shift from being able to work from home and study to juggling between work and school in person. While balancing work and school, students often neglect their health. In terms of mental health, having too much stress can cause severe problems in the future course of one's life. We must learn how to manage our stress and take care

By |Wed, Nov 30th, 2022, 6:58PM|News|

Plan of Action: Dealing with the safety concerns on campus

The University of Windsor witnessed several safety concerns on campus after two students were reportedly followed to their cars late at night in October. It happened on consecutive days, late at night. According to the official report released by the UWSA on Tuesday, 4th October, the first incident happened on Monday, around 11 pm, after which it was reported to the campus police. "There was a female on campus that a hooded man unfortunately chased to her car, and this incident happened twice," stated Alanna, the current UWSA president. The public statement made by the director of campus police, Matthew

By |Tue, Nov 29th, 2022, 11:50AM|News|

Student support services at UWindsor

UWindsor students are preparing to head into exam season. The Lance wants to remind students that  The University of Windsor’s Student Alliance (UWSA) & the Student Success and Leadership Centre (SSLC) run services to help support students.  Below are two of their services; The Peer Support Centre and the Writing Support Desk. Peer Support Centre (UWSA) The Peer Support Centre provides a safe space for students to reach out to peer support volunteers and assist with navigating resources. Azza Shurutty, a second-year undergraduate student and volunteer said she enjoys her work at the centre and helping students. "People always ask for support, and

By |Fri, Nov 11th, 2022, 5:09AM|News|
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