Salsabel Almanssori and Kimberly Hillier have written about how COVID-19 has affected the balance of their roles of mother, academic, and educator.
The pandemic is particularly challenging for mothers in the academic workforce, say two researchers associated with the Faculty of Education.
According to the Ontario Association of Food Banks, in one of four households using food banks, children skip breakfast at least once a week, says Kimberly Hillier, a doctoral student in the Faculty of Education.
She is calling on the campus community to help meet a dire need for breakfast cereals in the monthly food baskets distributed by the Downtown Mission. She will collect new, unopened boxes of cereal in the lobby of the Neal Education Building, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, September 27.
Do you have ideas about the city of Windsor? How it looks? How it runs?
The Lance student newspaper is inviting Windsor university and community members to submit letters to the city for publication in its premiere Ideas Issue, April 18.
“It’s all about ideas for changing Windsor,” says editor-in-chief Natasha Marar. “Urban planning, community involvement, social issues, the environment, the economy, arts and culture and many more are all going to be covered. The goal is to talk about Windsor’s future. No idea is too outlandish or too small.”