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University Players Seizes Operation: UWindsor Budget Cuts Affect Student’s Experiential Learning

University of Windsor Dramatic Art students were blindsided by the announcement that the university would cease operations of University Players (UP), an arm of the Dramatic Arts department.  UWindsor President Robert Gordan sent an email on June 18 to the campus community, attributing the cuts to the university’s budget realignment plans.  “The University of Windsor is restructuring two campus service areas as part of a multi-year strategy to balance its base budget.”   The University Players was one of two service areas cut, along with the EPICentre; 10 positions were cut.  Rachel Pitre, an undergraduate student in the Drama and

By |Tue, Jul 9th, 2024, 9:05PM|Arts + Culture, News, Politics|

The Lance looks at how students are spending their summers- Part 2

The part-2 of this article will feature more UWindsor students and how they are spending their summer.    Ethan Myers   Ethan Myers is a year-2 undergraduate student pursuing Aeronautics. He is a member of the track team, usually spending his time training. Myers enjoys continuing his track practice during the summer as well.  During the summer, Myers enjoys spending time with friends and family in Toronto. “My cousin-in-law and I went downtown to get food in the middle of the night and basically lost track of time not getting home until 3 am,” said Myers.  Myers suggests visiting “Riverside and

By |Thu, Jul 20th, 2023, 5:58PM|Feature, News|

University of Windsor graduates embrace graduation as they begin to prepare for their life after university

(Photo by: University of Windsor, official Facebook Page) The end of university signifies the dissolution of a framework students adhered to for four years. Students now have the freedom to create new goals after graduating, which presents them with a fantastic opportunity to discover more about themselves. Natalie Cusinato, an honours English major student says she plans to attend the University of Windsor’s Law Program and hopes to practice law in the Windsor-Essex community. “I am excited to learn about all areas of law throughout my law school career but I am mostly interested in family law” Cusinato shares, “I

By |Wed, Mar 22nd, 2023, 12:42PM|News|

Feelings of Fraudulence? How Imposter Phenomenon Might be Affecting You

If you’ve ever felt like you’re just pretending to be as intelligent as your peers and fear that one day you’ll be exposed as a fraud, you might be experiencing what is called Imposter Phenomenon (IP).  What is Imposter Phenomenon?  According to Very Well Mind, Imposter Phenomenon, also known as Imposter Syndrome, is the internal struggle of believing that you are not as smart and capable as those around you think you are. IP may manifest itself in different ways, it is commonly related to feelings of self-doubt. For example, you might be hesitant to participate in a class discussion out

By |Tue, Dec 21st, 2021, 10:56AM|Arts + Culture, News|

How student voters are impacting Federal elections

It was an ordinary day for Grant Connolly, 23, a University of Windsor student on his way to cast an advanced ballot in the 2021 federal election. Accompanied by his family, Connolly said he was excited to cast his vote in Belle River, Ont. knowing he was completing his civic duty as a Canadian citizen. “I felt like I am exercising my right as a Canadian citizen,” said Connolly. “The fact that we live in a country that my vote can be heard ... every vote matters and every vote counts.” An issue which really pushed Connolly to the polls

By |Mon, Sep 27th, 2021, 8:40AM|News, Politics|
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