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  • Campus briefs

    Undergraduate add/drop period // Study Skills Workshops // Wanted: Volunteer Notetakers // On a Waitlist? // Health Plan & U-Pass Updates // Pay Tuition the Easy Way // Apply now for Fall/Winter Awards // Use the MyVisit app

  • Drawn to the past and all its weirdness

    From a young age, Dr. Carla Manfredi – assistant professor for the University of Winnipeg’s (U of W) English department – found herself pulled to the past.

  • ‘More than students’

    Post-secondary students across Canada have been overwhelmed with challenges, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to exacerbate poverty, mental-health issues, the housing crisis and overall quality of education. Many students have found themselves without work, without community and without support from their homes away from home – their universities.

  • It’s not just about convenience

    On Aug. 27, the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) announced on their website that the transit U-Pass will, once again, not be available to students for the 2021-22 school year.

  • City briefs

    Last late-summer late-night market // Defining research data // Walk in a United way // National Day for Truth and Reconciliation // Shoal Lake 40 water update // Vaccine mandate updates

  • Campus briefs

    Undergraduate add/drop period // Study Skills Workshops // Student ID Cards // Wanted: Volunteer Notetakers // On a Waitlist? // UWSA's Health Plan and U-Pass Updates // Pay Tuition the Easy Way // Apply Now for Fall/Winter Awards // Use the myVisit app

  • Creative writing and internationality

    As the new assistant professor for the University of Winnipeg’s (U of W) English department, Dr. Sandy Pool has ideas for incorporating her international experience into the creative writing stream.

  • A (somewhat) normal back-to-school

    After more than a year of closure, the University of Winnipeg (U of W) reopened its doors to students and instructors on Sept. 7. This long-awaited return to on-campus instruction comes after the 2020-21 academic year, which was delivered almost entirely online due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Hayer takes the helm of UWSA

    Back to school at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) means new student leaders and lots of planning for the coming year. At the end of last year, U of W students chose a new slate of representatives.

  • City briefs

    U of W vaccination mandate update // Doors Open Winnipeg is back // Rock climb online // Virtual Pride panel // Federal election voting details // When Veins Meet Like Rivers at Plug-In

  • The feds giveth, and the feds taketh away

    While liberal and conservative political commentators alike characterize youth in post-secondary programs as politically engaged in the extreme, voter turnout rates over the past 30 years suggest that while the youth (typically defined as those between 18 and 24 years of age) vote is currently the largest voting bloc by age, young people have been casting fewer and fewer votes since the 1990s.

  • Vaccines mandated on U of W campus

    After weeks of advocacy from faculty unions and pressure from students, the University of Winnipeg (U of W) is set to follow in the footsteps of other Canadian universities by implementing a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for the fall term. 

  • Campus briefs

    Winter Term // Spring Term // Good Friday // Exams // Bursaries for Spring Term // Convocation Awards // Grades // myVisit

  • City briefs

    See it before the final curtain call // Physics and geography thesis presentations // A new space to gather and learn in // Psychology students sharing research // Exploring strategies to end homelessness

  • Bored of pots and pans

    PROFile: Mirjana Roksandic, professor, anthropology department, U of W

  • U of W prof’s forthcoming book on Meghan Markle and racism

    Kimberley Ducey’s research receiving international attention

  • Isolation and anxiety

    Student mental health after a year of online school

  • Campus briefs

    Webinar Wednesdays // Winter Term // Spring Term // Good Friday // Exams // Convocation Awards // Grades // myVisit

  • Bridging the suburban/inner-city gap

    Dynamics of the Inner City course now offered at Maples Met School

  • City briefs

    Bill 57 delayed // UWSA election campaigns underway // Code Red to continue // Podcasting workshop for U of W community members // Meet U of W’s Indigenous engagement librarian candidates // Dr. Deborah McGregor on Reconciliation, Colonization, And Indigenous Climate Futures

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