University of Windsor students share their stories about the importance of International Women’s Day
Loveive Hall, a Communication, Media and Film student says International Women's Day and Women's History Month is a time to remember the importance of intersectionality and celebrate all women. "I tell women and students at Windsor to remember the importance of intersectionality and to continue to break the glass ceiling. Feminism should recognize the many factors that can shape a woman's everyday experience and reality. No woman should be left behind. Instead, we should try our best to understand that women's rights are not one-size-fits-all. We are all unique and beautiful in our own way." "Quinta Brunson broke the glass
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
The EPICentre Presents The Entrepreneurship SpeakHER Series
The EPICentre is hosting, the Entrepreneurship SpeakHER Series, funded by the US Consulate General office in Toronto. The series aims to empower post-secondary students, especially women and women-identifying students, to consider entrepreneurship a potential career path regardless of their fields of study.