Callum Goulet-Kilgour

Campus reporter  

  • U of W partners with REES

    Sexual violence reporting tool aims to be "survivor-centred"

  • To be in person, or not to be in person

    That is the question the U of W theatre department has to address

  • The Crowe affair

    An important part of U of W’s history continues to unfold

  • UWSA addresses claims of institutional racism

    The UWSA has released a statement outlining an anti-racism plan following allegations of systemic racism both by, and against, former executives.

  • Friendly Manitoba?

    U of W an attractive option for many American students

  • U of W students elect new UWSA president

    University of Winnipeg students have elected a new UWSA executive following a tumultuous summer

  • U of W organizes Webinar Wednesdays

    The Webinar Wednesdays series, organized by U of W Student Services, attempts to provide support and advice for students.

  • U of W hosts Black Writing in Canada

    The Black Writing in Canada is a new initiative from the University of Winnipeg's English department.

  • Virtuosi cancels fall season

    Virtuosi Concerts, a classical music recital and chamber music series based at the University of Winnipeg, has been delighting Winnipeg audiences since 1991. 

  • Levine and Cardinal to receive honorary degrees

    At the University of Winnipeg’s autumn convocation, on Oct. 22 and 23, honorary degrees will be conferred upon TV and film actor Tantoo Cardinal, along with historian and author Allan Levine.

  • Free computers provided to students

    With the shift to online learning for post-secondary institutions, having access to a computer and an internet connection is necessary for students. 

  • COVID-19 disrupts research

    As most Canadian universities have shifted to online instruction, much of the media focus has been on how instructors and students have adapted to online classrooms.

  • UWSA byelection underway

    The University of Winnipeg Students’ Association’s byelection nomination period has been underway since Sept. 28.

  • University in need of volunteer note-takers

    Attending university can be a challenge, especially for students with medical conditions or disabilities. The University of Winnipeg’s volunteer note-taker program, however, aims to remove some of the barriers.

  • CMU students return to campus

    While most university students in Manitoba – and, indeed, Canada – are attending university remotely this fall, the Canadian Mennonite University is offering in-person instruction at their Winnipeg campus. 

  • U of W launches data science program

    This fall, the University of Winnipeg (U of W) is launching an undergraduate data science program. The university’s Department of Mathematics and Statistics is the first to offer such a program in Manitoba.

  • U of W hosts Weweni Dialogue event

    On Sept. 23 at 12:30 p.m., the University of Winnipeg will host Weweni Dialogue: Indigenous Health and Wellbeing in Times of Pandemic.

  • The New Normal

    Until a few months ago, most students would probably have never imagined that going to university would mean sitting at home and attending a video call with their instructor.

  • Rapid, massive, transformational change

    Over the past decade, the University of Winnipeg (U of W) has experienced significant change and transformation. During this time, the university has, among many things, had two presidents, added new programs and rapidly expanded its campus.

  • Uber to enter Winnipeg market

    Transportation has been a relevant issue in Winnipeg well beyond the past decade. The Uniter has covered this topic in depth, as it remains an issue of great importance for all Winnipeggers, especially students. Our coverage has focused extensively on safety, affordability and efficiency related to buses, taxis and ride-hailing services.

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