The opening of McFeetor’s Hall in 2009 signified a new era in student housing for the University of Winnipeg. No longer an anomaly, the idea of students living downtown or on campus now has a strong core cemented in the $18 million project.
When Smoke’s Poutinerie announced it was opening a Winnipeg location, members of the culinary community rejoiced.
“I hate electronic music” is a sentence commonly heard by Nathan Zahn.
In 2004, Lloyd Axworthy, former federal cabinet minister and creator of the University of Winnipeg’s Institute for Urban Studies, took the position of president and vice-chancellor at the U of W.
Record attendance and a number of controversial issues made the 2011 University of Winnipeg Students’ Association’s annual general meeting on March 25 a memorable afternoon for all. The three-plus hour meeting in the Bulman Centre saw the deficit of the organization grow by $20,000.
Last week, the provincial government announced it will work on improved protection for students living in university residences.
If you are a University of Winnipeg student, you are probably one of the 8,000 students who won’t vote in this week’s University of Winnipeg Students’ Association’s general election. This is exactly what Sara McGregor, chief elections commissioner for the UWSA, is trying to change.
It’s not easy being a classical musician in these times.
After a year of negotiations, bargaining and threats of a strike, the University of Winnipeg Faculty Association (UWFA) has a new collective agreement with U of W administration.
With only 30 minutes to spare before the University of Winnipeg Faculty Association (UWFA)’s strike deadline, the UWFA strike was called off.
Over 100 students, faculty, staff and supporters walked on Monday, March 7 in solidarity with the University of Winnipeg Faculty Association.
The students who mark your exams and teach your labs are about to get even more organized.
Between the water main break on Spence Street and the threat of a possible faculty strike, the past week has been tense at the University of Winnipeg.
In the same day that included a march for University of Winnipeg Faculty Association (UWFA) solidarity, news was released Monday that the strike deadline would be pushed back to Thursday, March 10th and 12:01 AM.
During an information meeting for students held yesterday, University of Winnipeg professors Mark Golden and Peter Ives responded to questions about the potential University of Winnipeg Faculty Association (UWFA) strike.
Jaime Black’s weapon of choice is a red dress.
On Wednesday (March 2) afternoon, the University of Winnipeg Faculty Association’s (UWFA) strike vote passed with 90 per cent of votes in favour of a strike.
The University of Winnipeg Faculty Association (UWFA) voted on March 1 and 2 whether or not to strike after failing to reach an agreement with the University of Winnipeg over new contracts.
Do you think about where your food comes from? Does it affect how you shop?
Before the sushi craze hit Winnipeg, eating raw fish would have been considered strange, even though it is common in Japan.