With close to 200 student groups, there is no shortage of UWindsor clubs with interesting flair. We dedicate this one to the creative communities at the University of Windsor. Let us raise our glasses to some fellow Lancers, honouring them for adding some much-needed personality on campus.
For more information about clubs, please visit: www.campusvibe.com/uwsahub
That is correct, we have a club that stuffs birds.
As quoted from their page on the UWSA Hub, the clubs main goals are to "enhance the experience of Science and Art students on campus by offering a place where students can learn about local avian wildlife and Museum techniques."
Not only do members actually engage in taxidermy techniques, but club leaders aim to educate their members about bird biodiversity and identification. This, in fact, is a great asset when planning for a future in wildlife biologists, veterinarians, and possibly a career in the mortuary sciences.
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A club dedicated to meeting once a week and playing Smash is a thing on campus, however, it's much more than that. The leaders of this group focus on the technological aspects of playing this Nintendo classic, bringing in and test old tube tv's every week for the best quality graphics.
Needless to say, awesome group, quality leadership, good times.
Meet Mr. Nicolas de Cosson, Club Manager of the UWIN_3D Print Club. Aside from being a hot shot artist from Toronto, Nicolas regularly practices digital wizardry, which in turn has helped him in creating masterful 3D printed dragon heads. He declined to comment on the compelling correlation of wizardry, dragons, interests in dimensions, and heavy knowledge of digital technology. Is Nicolas a time traveller? Possibly.
Regardless, Nicolas stresses how the club provides a space for creativity and innovation, which he believes supports acedemic growth as well as a sense of culture. It provides a common space for like-minded people to get together and print the whatever the imagination has in store.
"Want to learn Bollywood Dancing?" is obviously something you hear at least once during a 4-year undergrad, it's an essential part of the University experience!
DDA provides a fun-filled introduction to the culture, versatility, and glamour of South Asian Dancing. The newly established club combines different forms of dance with a heavy focus on Bollywood, Bhangra, Classical and South Indian styles.
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