Poet Laureate John B. Lee is releasing a new book, titled, Burning My Father, in April 2013. It will be edited and published by Marty Gervais’ Editing and Publishing Practicum class at the University of Windsor, through Black Moss Press. The book will be a selection of Lee’s three previously published books, The Bad Philosophy of GoodContinue reading “New Book by John B Lee”
Last summer, my family and I drove through Western Canada: Edmonton, Jasper, Vancouver, and Victoria. Then we crossed the border and visited Seattle. The north western side of North America is absolutely beautiful. I just had to photograph it.
France is stunning. I had so much fun photographing it. Check out the photos below 🙂
Here it is!!! Our documentary about Windsor’s Muslim Community! I had so much fun making this with Nuha Elalem. We were so inspired by what we learned and we hope you’ll be, too! Don’t forget to share and comment! 🙂 I’d love to know what you think!
Unreal – that was my first thought when I visited Art Expressions on Drouillard Road. The story of Art Expressions, an art store in Ford City, is one of taking risks, pursuing passions, and shining a light on a low reputation neighbourhood. The owners of the successful business, Terry and Laurie Argent, initially bought theContinue reading “Art Expressions”
It’s the perfect place to study with its free Wi-Fi and big tables. There are a variety of comfortable seating arrangements: couches to sit with friends, comfy chairs to relax in, and tables and chairs to study on. Green Bean Café specializes breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee, and drinks. It also serves vegan and vegetarian foods.Continue reading “Green Bean Café”
This is part two of a two part series looking at Anxiety Disorders in University Students Susan, who used to be “a health freak,” also started smoking cigarettes secretly two months ago. She smokes about one cigarette every three days and the hookah about once a week. “I smoke cigarettes when I feel so stressed.Continue reading “Anxiety Disorders in University Students – Part Two”
This is part one of a two part series looking at Anxiety Disorders in University Students Her heart pounds madly as her hands fidget. “Susan” checks her pulse without anyone noticing. It’s too fast. She can’t breathe and she feels faint– she grabs the edge of her desk. The writing on her exam is tooContinue reading “Anxiety Disorders in University Students – Part One”
October is breast cancer awareness month, and did you know that each cancer treatment needs five units of blood? Save a cancer patient’s life; donate blood at the Canadian Blood Services’ full blood donor clinic, which is in the CAW Student Centre’s Ambassador Auditorium on Monday, October 15th from 10am to 4pm. Nuha Elalem isContinue reading “Save A Cancer Patient’s Life With Blood”