Forks go on the left. There. You can graduate! I’ll have $5,000 please, for all you ever needed to know, you young, naive, liberal arts major. Now go out into the wild blue yonder and do with your education what you will!
Full disclosure: I am not First Nations, Métis, or Inuit. I’m as Irish/French-Canadian as they come. But that’s partially why I think the new mandatory graduation requirement being proposed by the University of Winnipeg Student’s Association (UWSA) and University of Winnipeg’s Aboriginal Students’ Council is so essential.
Political Science Students Society Executive, University of Winnipeg
What do you think of the Juno awards being hosted by Winnipeg this year?
The UWSA recently had its election. What do you think of student government?
What do you think of the possibility of a $260 UPass in September 2016?
What do you think about the closing of Mondragon after 20 years in business?
What do you think of the new Jets head coach, Paul Maurice?
When asked what he does, Ian Bawa laughs and replies that he does “a little bit of everything”.
Under the Neon Lights is the surrealist creation of University of Winnipeg film grads Fabian Velasco, Milos Mitrovic, Markus Henkel, and Ian Bawa.
With the holidays fast approaching, it’s important to keep in mind those who don’t have the means to experience the season of sharing gifts the way many of us do. The Shoebox Project, a registered non-profit based in Toronto that collects shoeboxes filled with luxury goods and delivers them to women in shelters, helps to do just that.
The Green Action Centre is a Winnipeg-based registered non-profit, non-governmental organization that works to champion green living.
The University of Winnipeg Students Association is encouraging the University of Winnipeg to develop an ethical partnership policy in light of the cancellation of the Enbridge Eco-Kids program.