Keesha Harewood

Features reporter  

  • A lot on the go

    PROFile: John B. Lowe, instructor, theatre and film department, U of W

  • Critipeg: Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales

    Available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5

  • Teachers ≥ heroes

    PROFile: Christopher Araujo, contract academic staff, Department of Philosophy, U of W

  • Critipeg: Brooklyn Nine-Nine

    “Moo Moo”
    New episodes airing in 2021 on Citytv

  • Our teachers are not okay

    Manitoba educators face hardships while teaching during the pandemic

  • The right kinds of questions

    PROFile: Adam Scarfe, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy

  • Critipeg: Black Narcissus (1947)

    Available on Apple TV and Criterion Channel

  • From the big city to the Prairies

    The story of why Jennifer Reid left Toronto and began teaching at the U of W is a heartwarming tale. 

  • Critipeg: I Am Greta

    Coming to VOD on Nov. 13

  • Teaching during the pandemic

    When it comes to teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Davina DesRoches actively tries to be as understanding as possible under the current circumstances. 

  • Critipeg: Gen:Lock

    Season 1 is available on

  • Jack of all trades

    For Shawn Moi, becoming an instructor for the University of Winnipeg’s Rhetoric, Writing and Communications department was not something he planned from the start.

  • Critipeg: Heroes Rise: The Prodigy

    In this game, the player’s choices not only impact the outcome of the story, but they shape the kind of hero they are to the world.

  • Mining towns and domineering corporations

    “I’ve always felt as if a corporation should not run a community.” 

  • Critipeg: Philip’s Apocalypse

    In a word, Philip’s Apocalypse is incredibly immersive.

  • Gamifying Narrative Studies

    The bulk of the work Ryan Clement does as an instructor for the University of Winnipeg’s Rhetoric, Writing and Communication and English departments is in academic writing.

  • Critipeg: Eraserhead

    This is the kind of film that’s designed to make the audience feel disturbed but captivated. It’s highly stylized, eerie and deliberately bewildering.

  • PROFile: Sara Murphy

    Sara Murphy’s journey to becoming an assistant professor for the University of Winnipeg’s Department of Business and Administration began with undergraduate work in psychology.

  • Critipeg: Kuessipan

    Adapted from a novel by Naomi Fontaine, the French-Canadian film Kuessipan (directed by Myriam Verreault) follows the lifelong friendship between two Innu women in Uashat-Maliotenam.

  • PROFile: Dr. Kathleen Venema

    During Dr. Kathleen Venema’s 19 years as an associate professor for the University of Winnipeg’s English department, her scholarly work shifted significantly. Now, Venema is focused on the intersection of written letters and illness narratives.

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