Awaiting the Answer has come together with the common goal of bringing a new sound to Winnipeg’s metal scene.
UWSA event aims to welcome students back to school
Creators work being shown off at 1C03
Naima Arab, the coordinator of the Muslim Students Association (MSA), says Muslims are not bad people. She says that unlike how they have been portrayed in the media, Muslims are peaceful.
Grant workshop to help students focus on education
1. Winnipeg Love Hate
2. SCREAMING IN ALL CAPS
1. Witchpolice Radio
2. Couch Surfin’
3. HUNKS Comedy
1. Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company
2. Oh Doughnuts
3. Tie: Sleepy Owl / A L’Epi de Blé
Students can now preserve the history of their grandparents and easily share them with friends.
Trans Day of Remembrance seeks to honour those who died for their gender identities
The average student debt sits at $26,819. It will take a student 14 years and six months to pay off, if that student spends $220 dollars a month.
Professor to give lecture on how animals can help us live better
Campus hub reopens, giving cyclists a chance to fix their rides
If you go into the the University of Winnipeg (U of W) Bryce Hall Chapel at 12:30 p.m. on Monday, you will find 10 people sitting in silence in a circle around three LED candle lights. They aren’t praying. They’re meditating.
Annual LGBT* event struggles to sell tickets
If a student were to go to a library, and look up the word “genocide,” they would find very little about the atrocities committed against Indigenous people in North America.
How much do you want to pay to get an education?
Nobody in their right mind would call me cultured.
Students go to thrift empires rather than small boutiques.
Brett Madill is very clever. However, his podcast name says otherwise.