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Danielle Leduc with her mother Anita and son DavidDisability studies major Danielle Leduc (right) with her mother Anita and son David, in a photo commemorating her 2012 selection as “Chatham’s favourite mother.”

Food Services staff hoping to make season bright for student’s ill child

Her son may suffer from multiple medical challenges, but there is nothing wrong with his heart, says disability studies major Danielle Leduc.

“David is just the most loving child a mother could ever wish for,” she says. “He is such a trouper.”

The boy has undergone dozens of surgeries to counter the complications of a disorder affecting many body systems—VACTERL Association can encompass vertebral defects, anal atresia, cardiac defects, tracheo-esophageal fistula, renal anomalies, and limb abnormalities.

Discussion to open series on contemporary poetry

Poet Roger Farr is the first in a series of four visitors to the UWindsor campus who will discuss their work as it relates to language.

The author of the poetry books Surplus, Means and IKMQ, Farr will open the Language of Contemporary Poetry series with his free public lecture “Slang, Jargon, Antilanguage,” Tuesday, February 7, at 5:30 p.m. in the CAW Student Centre’s second-floor boardroom.