Scholarship winner praised for commitment to cancer education

Her research and advocacy has earned doctoral candidate Jane McArthur a $2,500 US scholarship from Sociologists for Women in Society, a non-profit organization dedicated to the development of feminist sociological theory. A PhD student in sociology and social justice, McArthur studies understandings of breast cancer risks in female workers at the Ambassador Bridge. She said […]

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Grey in May to encourage brain cancer awareness

The “Go Grey in May” cause is close to her heart, says Karen Metcalfe, co-ordinator of the Windsor Cancer Research Group and organizer of an associated walk to raise funds and awareness in the fight against brain tumours. Her daughter Mckenna was diagnosed with a brain tumour at the age of four years old. Now […]

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The Tea Party brings North American tour home to Windsor with Autumn Kings

Early to bed and early to rise makes a band healthy, wealthy and ready to rock. Iconic Windsor rock band The Tea Party brings their North American tour back home Thursday night with a show at Caesars Windsor. After 30 years in the game, their road routine is more about morning stretches than all-night parties. […]

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Relay for Life enlists students in fight against cancer

Sarah Columbus, a student in the concurrent Bachelor of Education program, knows too well the devastating effect that cancer has on Canadians. She felt compelled to become involved in UWindsor’s Relay for Life because she’s about to celebrate being 16 years cancer-free. At five years of age, Columbus was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and […]

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