Published September 29, 2016
We looked into the history of the name Wesmen this issue, which involved some digging in the archives and poking around in history books. With all this talk of names and meanings, perhaps this is a good time to also start looking at what a Uniter is.
“The Wesmen” has a long historical background and meaning, but over time, its meaning has changed in the context of sports. The name given to University of Winnipeg sports teams has morphed into the desired identity of those who engage and connect with it. But, at the core, what truly is a Wesmen?
Local hip-hop artist Ari i.Q. has walked a long road to where he is today.
Flat sculptures // send + receive at U of W // Talent Lab // ACTRA awards // Thin Air // Behind the scenes
Remediation featured in the FLASH Photography Festival
Theatre Projects Manitoba Salons offer a taste of new projects
The Decolonizing Lens holds free monthly screenings
Understanding the science behind your horoscope
There’s something exciting about seeing an artist enter a new phase or period.
Toe-curling is the most specific adjective I can find for singer Mike Brandon’s voice. Look to tracks “Without Me” and “What Happens When You Turn the Devil Down” for a sound that will leave your feet in a death grip.
Two St. Boniface residents have gone to the media with concerns over various “ambush points” they have to negotiate on their daily commutes.
Indigenous perspectives on land // Downtown Commons opens // UWSA by election // Fall in love with Winnipeg // Future of feminist activism // Launch a pop-up
Fundraiser walk hopes to raise awareness and funds for West Broadway programs
U of W centre reminds students where they are
Both soccer squads hope for greater student attendance
Finding friendly space and building skills in a student group
Question 1: What’s the best & worst part of being back at school? // Question 2: What advice do you have for students who are feeling overwhelmed?
Dr. Katherine Breward could be working in psychology, but she chose business for the chance to help people directly.
The famous intersection remains a symbol of the city’s decision-making ineptitude
Not being busy is not a crime
"I like to dress nice."
“I’m from Japan. I’m only in Winnipeg for two weeks. Winnipeg is so good!”