Mary-Ann Rennie

applesFresh local apples are on offer for dessert at the October 30 Fall Fest luncheon.

Free feast on offer for fall festival

UWindsor students and employees have a chance to warm up with a free lunch during Fall Fest on Tuesday, October 30.

corn, beans, and squashThursday’s campus community barbecue will feature a soup that incorporates the “three sisters” of Aboriginal agriculture: corn, beans, and squash.

Aboriginal dishes to grace barbecue menu

Thursday’s campus community barbecue will feature a soup that incorporates the “three sisters” of Aboriginal agriculture: corn, beans, and squash.

Members of the University Players hold posters advertising its productions.Members of the University Players promote the drama troupe’s 2016-17 season during last year’s Open Streets Windsor.

University invites participation in street festival

The University invites departments, organizations and individuals to organize activities for its hub during Open Streets Windsor on September 17.

Enrollees in the poverty reduction program On Track to SuccessEnrollees in the United Way’s youth poverty reduction program On Track to Success pose during an event in the Odette Building to announce its August 2016 launch. It is one of 18 community partnerships to be celebrated at the Clark Awards dinner May 17.

Awards to fête community partnerships

The Clark Awards dinner, May 17, will celebrate 18 community organizations that provide placement experiences to UWindsor students.

Afnane Kraba, Sarah Al-Zaher and Khadija Shamisa enjoy bowls of chiliHot chili to ward off chilly autumnal weather: Afnane Kraba, Sarah Al-Zaher and Khadija Shamisa enjoy bowls of the spicy stew at Fall Fest 2015.

Free lunch Wednesday to celebrate fall

Vegetarian chili and rolls, apples and hot chocolate await revellers at Fall Fest, starting at noon Wednesday on Turtle Island Walk.