We all know that going to school can be rather fascinating for many individuals. It’s yet another trip of your lifetime where you’ll meet various people and discover new things. Imagine if students may pay off their expenses and additional financial cost by running small business while at university? Here are a few business opportunities them to experience. Continue reading →
We have heard it time and again that going to college is expensive. Unfortunately, when one starts planning a college budget educational expenses like tuition, books, additional program fees and school supplies take center stage. The daily needs and other expenses that keep a student on track, healthy and able to focus are more often than not neglected. If a student’s monthly college budget is limited and he or she does not spend it wisely then ramen noodles or peanut butter sandwiches could be the only items on the menu for a while., This is a situation however, that can be easily avoided by careful planning and the smart use of daily deals offers.
College students might feel that daily deals offers are more suited for mothers than them however, the variety of products and services offered can certainly give a limited student’s budget a boost. So how can daily deals offers help your college budget? The following are some pointers on how to find deals according to shopcentralcity.ca to help make planning one’s monthly budget in college a little less stressful. Continue reading →
When students go to college, they normally reside in a dorm which they should maintain and clean on their own. However, there are instances when the presence of pests cannot be avoided. If it is your first time living in a dorm, here are some of the pests that you might encounter, spiders, stink bugs and potentially bed bugs. With bed bug removal being the most difficult of all and should be left to professionals we will discuss the rest. We asked regional pest control company citypestcontrol.ca a few questions about the pests that cause the most problems in dorm rooms. You can read the answer bellow. Continue reading →
More and more dorms are allowing students to have a companion animal in their rooms. This idea may be tremendously appealing, but careful consideration should be given to what kind of pet would be the best choice for this type of situation.
To begin with, consider the size of the room that will be available for a pet. Some pets need much more room than others. Also, consider that if you have a roommate they may have allergies or be afraid of certain animals. They may not appreciate your pet snake being in the room no matter how friendly he might be. While your dorm may allow pets, there may be limitations on what kinds of pets you can keep. Before purchasing or adopting a new friend to share your living space, find out what is and what is not allowed. Also, consider the life of the animal you wish to have as a pet. What will happen with them should you move off campus to a place that is not pet friendly? You will need to plan for that. Here are some great tips we got from the pinkferret.net Continue reading →
Keeping a dorm room pristine looking and perfect can be quite a daunting task for a student who is struggling to strike a balance between his classes and socialization. Still, a clean room has its advantages; one of them is being able to find stuff easily when you are in a hurry! Also, organizing your dorm room can help you in dealing with your assignments and tasks faster.
We asked around for some cleaning tips for keeping your dorm room proper and organized.
Foresight- Generally, dorm rooms are quite small, and it requires quite some premeditation and foresight to find furniture or other knick knacks that will fit according to the scale of the room. Also, be sure to take the stuff that is allowed on the premises. Any other extra things will only add to the clutter, and it will be difficult to ship back and forth. Continue reading →
The University of Windsor held a press conference to introduce its four latest foreign athletes Iva Peklova, Frida Nevalainen, Johanna Wernersson, and Sasha Lazic to the public last Wednesday. Eric Vandenbroucke, the Marketing Manager of the Department of Athletics and Recreational Services said, “Certainly, over the past number of years there’s a lot of excitement and interest in the Lancers and, I think, a lot of the hard work and great recruiting for our Lancers to have success….it’s not only critical to invest in local athletes at home, but it’s also critical to find the top recruits from across the province, the country and now internationally.” Continue reading →
The newly created myUWindsor web portal, launched on Sept. 10 as part of the University of Windsor’s re-branding campaign, continues to attract student users.
The portal is an online, virtual, student service centre that will serve as a navigator for the already existing databases of Webmail, Collaboration and Learning Environment Windsor (CLEW), and an increasing amount of the Student Information System (SIS). Continue reading →
After taking the silver medal in the OUA championships, qualifying for the National Championships in Winnipeg, and gaining the privilege to host the Provincial championships for 2008, the Lancers curling teams are now hosting open tryouts to anyone interested in curling in preparation for the new season.
The men’s and women’s Lancer curling teams are hosting open tryouts at the Roseland Golf and Curling Club on Saturday Oct. 20 and Sunday Oct. 21 from 1:30 to 4 p.m. to restock their ranks after they saw many of their teammates graduate last season. Continue reading →
University of Windsor School of Art student, Collette Broeders, chose Ralph Waldo Emerson’s essay, Circles, to go along with the themes of circularity she expresses in her own works in her newest exhibit, Habits in Motion: a visual exploration of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Circles from the First Essays (1841).
Habits in Motion features prints and drawings inspired by Emerson’s Circles essay. The exhibit is a personal exploration of the essay, not an interpretation. It explores Broeders’ own habit of circles. Continue reading →
University of Windsor electrical engineering graduate, Ahmad Shawky (a.k.a. TRP), is helping to put Windsor on the map as a hip-hop hot spot.
With his diverse first release, My Dedication, available at HMV, iTunes, Napster, and Rhapsody, success is sweet for the once shy Shawky, who overcame his fears at a grade school talent show where he was determined to prove those who didn’t believe in him wrong. Continue reading →