Jeremiah Bowers

Sheldon Harrison, Admira Konjic, Jeremiah Bowers, Ahmed AbdallahUniversity of Windsor Students’ Alliance executives (from left: VP finance and operations Sheldon Harrison, VP student advocacy Admira Konjic, president Jeremiah Bowers, VP student services Ahmed Abdallah) announced the line-up for the 2018 Coming Home Music Festival.

Electronica duo and rapper to headline student music festival

University of Windsor Students’ Alliance executives last week announced the line-up for the 2018 Coming Home Music Festival.

Jeremiah Bowers, Alan Wildeman, Sandra Aversa, Admira Konjic, Ahmed AbdallahUniversity of Windsor and its largest student government celebrate a Memorandum of Understanding between the two (clockwise from lower left): UWSA president Jeremiah Bowers, UWindsor vice-president planning and administration Sandra Aversa, UWSA VP student advocacy Admira Konjic and VP student services Ahmed Abdallah, UWindsor President and Vice-Chancellor Alan Wildeman.

UWindsor student government and administration commit to mutual support

A memorandum of understanding between the University and UWSA addresses issues of accountability, financial relations, and trust.

Jeremiah Bowers, Ahmed Abdallah, Sheldon Harrison, Admira KonjicThe 2018-19 executive of the University of Windsor Students’ Alliance: president Jeremiah Bowers with vice-presidents Ahmed Abdallah, Sheldon Harrison, and Admira Konjic for student services, finance and operations, and student advocacy, respectively.

Student executive sets outreach as priority

Communication and outreach are top priorities for the incoming executive of the University of Windsor Students’ Alliance.

UWindsor students Monica Sokolowski and Stephanie Milling examine the architectural renderings for the Lancer Sport and Recreation Centre during the open house on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018.UWindsor students Monica Sokolowski and Stephanie Milling examine the architectural renderings for the Lancer Sport and Recreation Centre during the open house on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018.

Lancer sport centre will bridge University and Windsor communities

The future Lancer Sport and Recreation Centre will provide a cutting-edge facility that brings together University of Windsor students, academics, and the community.

"The Lancer Sport and Recreation Centre (LSRC) will completely transform the student experience at the University of Windsor," said Michael Khan, dean of the Faculty of Human Kinetics. "The facility will allow the Lancer family to be immersed in community groups, students will have more opportunities to be physically active and our researchers will be able to gain experiential learning thanks to the new LSRC."