The University of Winnipeg Wesmen women’s basketball team’s fifth-year captain Randie Gibson cannot believe it is her last year with the program. She says she will miss her team when she moves back to her hometown, Regina, Sask., when she graduates with her Bachelor of Business Administration in the spring.
The Wesmen Women’s Basketball Team finished off a 64-41 win over home team the University of the Fraser Valley Cascades on Saturday, Jan. 9.
Dean of Arts David Fitzpatrick says the proposed amalgamation of the classics, philosophy and religious studies departments at the University of Winnipeg is off the table. But this news does little to lift the department of philosophy’s suffering.
The University of Winnipeg’s campus and community radio station CKUW is having trouble retaining its student volunteers.
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Libraries are changing faster than you can Google “e-book,” and the University of Winnipeg library is trying to keep up. Some school libraries have sold off their print collections in favour of online-libraries. The U of W library isn’t there yet, but new library dean Jane Duffy plans to shake up how students hit the books.
The University of Winnipeg Wesmen volleyball teams swept their at-home series against the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Nov. 28 and 29.
It was two very different stories for the Wesmen men’s and women’s basketball teams Nov. 27-28.
The University of Winnipeg Collegiate Wesmen girls’ volleyball team have finished their season after being knocked out early during the Nov. 27-28 provincial tournament at Balmoral Hall.
After a series of fits and starts over the past eight years, the Positive Space Campaign has finally found its roots at the University of Winnipeg.
A program that provides pre-medical students with a one-week experience shadowing rural physicians in Manitoba is gearing up for its fifth year.
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The University of Winnipeg Wesmen women’s basketball team came out victorious Saturday, Nov. 21 in their home game against provincial rivals the Brandon University Bobcats.
Leah Brezinski began playing volleyball in middle school after being encouraged to do so by her gym teachers. By the time she was in Grade 9, Brezinski was playing club volleyball with the private Winnipeg club team Winman.
Community activist and University of Winnipeg alumnus Nick Ternette has returned to campus. After spending three-and-a-half months in hospital where he lost his legs to a flesh-eating disease, Ternette and his wife Emily recently moved into their new home in McFeetors Hall.
The upcoming University of Winnipeg Students’ Association byelections are expected to get a little heated.
University of Winnipeg creative writing professors Margaret Sweatman and Catherine Hunter are in the preliminary stages of preparing a one credit-hour practicum course that would give creative writing students an experience that goes beyond simply handing in work for grading.
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The University of Winnipeg Collegiate Wesmen varsity girls volleyball team defeated the Calvin Christian Eagles on Monday, Nov. 16 for a birth into the AAA provincials. The Wesmen girls varsity team is comprised entirely of Grade 10 and Grade 11 students, making their victory all the more impressive.
Peter Lomuro, a fourth-year forward for the Wesmen men’s basketball team, is looking forward to having the whole team injury free and healthy in their upcoming games.