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
Is ChatGPT beneficial or detrimental to students and professors?
Dave Cormier, digital learning specialist and Nick Baker, Director of the Office of Open Learning explore ChatGPT and the impact of learning at the University of Windsor. “AI generated content is here to stay and students need to learn how to use it ethically,” said Baker. Baker said New York City public schools were first to ban ChatGPT. “The ban is not going to make much difference; instead professors should teach students how to use it effectively.” “ChatGPT is a primitive version of what is coming. It has the potential to do to education, what the calculator did to math
UWindsor Leaders Want to See 2SLGBTQ+ Activism Grow Past Pride Month
Windsor student leaders want to see 2SLGBTQ+ activism expand past Pride Month.
Inclusivity in the New BFA in Film Production at UWindsor
The new BFA in Film Production launched in Fall 2021 at UWindsor, and inclusivity is at the forefront of the program's design.
The Ambassador Bridge is now open following protests
The Ambassador Bridge is open after a week of protests. The Blockade ‘Dumb and Silent, we are led to slaughter like sheep.’ That’s what one sign read at a protest blocking Huron Church Road in Windsor. For 7-days, protesters blocked the largest international border crossing in North America, the corridor responsible for ¼ of all Canada-US cross-border trade. Huron Church Road and other roads leading to the Ambassador Bridge were partially or fully obstructed by protestors. Windsor police and Campus Community police are present to monitor the situation. They have made themselves at home, several trucks, tents and portable toilets-
Discussing Anti-Black Racism on Campus
By: Donneyha Ellis A series of racially charged incidents, the establishment of an Anti-Black racism task force, the sudden departure of the University of Windsor’s Vice-President of Student Experience. It would appear there’s a problem with racism at UWindsor. This semester I will be taking a look at the systematic and systemic racism at the University of Windsor. My reporting will cover the broad efforts administration is undertaking, such as the work of the Anti-Black Racism task force. I will assess its effectiveness in combating not just overt anti-black racism, but also the microaggressions Black students face on campus. Racism
WindsorWrites @ UWindsor
By Julienne Rousseau They laugh, they cry, they argue and, every year, a group of students at the University of Windsor see the product of their labours literally come off the presses. They are in Marty Gervais’s Publishing Practicum course. This semester I am following the students in the Publishing Practicum as they work with a Canadian author to edit and publish a book of poetry from start to finish. My stories will document this process, with all its trials, tribulations and successes. With COVID-19 restrictions in place, running a practicum course like this is, to say the least, challenging.