Ultimate fan challenge; University of Winnipeg presents As You Like It; Wesmen-Pizza Hotline youth employment partnership; New department of Indigenous Studies at U of W; Wesmen women take the split against Dinos
This past September, the University of Winnipeg and Winnipeg Technical College (WTC) joined forces to launch a new network security diploma, aimed at combating hackers and training students in Cisco technology.
The Wesmen women’s basketball team have made themselves a target in the CanWest division by knocking off the Bisons two weekends ago, and then sweeping the Calgary Dinos last weekend (Nov. 6-7).
No one wants to take out a student loan.
The University of Winnipeg Wesmen men’s basketball team split last weekend (Nov. 6-7) against the Calgary Dinos in the Duckworth Centre.
Already an eco-friendly campus, the University of Winnipeg has received new provincial funding to improve their green initiatives despite on-going challenges with their composting system.
U of W student wins silver in archery; Manitoba student film at Banff Festival; U of W one of Canada’s Top 10 in Globe and Mail survey; U of W and First Nations Partnership; International Wesmen Classic set for seventh consecutive year
Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger was on campus Monday, Nov. 1 to tour the University of Winnipeg’s Science Complex and Richardson College for the Environment, slated to be completed March 31, 2011 and McFeetors Hall: Great-West Life Student Residence.
Eight years ago, University of Winnipeg grad Willi Penner’s education class was assigned a project to encourage different modes of instruction for kids in Grades 5 to 8.
The Wesmen men’s volleyball team fell to the Manitoba Bisons in four sets last weekend as they kicked off their season with a loss.
Saturday, Oct. 30 saw the Wesmen women’s volleyball team host cross-town rivals, the Manitoba Bisons.
A rumour has spread that Winnipeg’s bed bug epidemic has reached University of Winnipeg’s campus, infecting everything from the couches in the Bulman Centre to residences in McFeetors Hall.
Both the University of Winnipeg’s men’s and women’s basketball teams rekindled their cross-town rivalries in their regular season openers last weekend.
Despite the fact that there was only one candidate running for one of four positions in the recent University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) by-election, students voted in droves compared to previous years.
Last year, Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) at the University of Manitoba spurred debate and controversy. This year, the Students Against Israeli Apartheid (SAIA) group is looking to expand its event and form another group at the University of Winnipeg.
For a school that started out as a Christian college, many would be surprised to know that the University of Winnipeg offers a variety of religious resources for students.
For years one lone house on Spence Street hindered the University of Winnipeg’s expansion plans.
The University of Winnipeg Wesmen women’s basketball team travelled to Thunder Bay, Ont. last weekend for their last tournament of the pre-season.
If you think your tweets are worthy of literary acclaim, a group of local students are running a contest for you.
The University of Winnipeg’s men’s basketball team stayed in town last weekend and took part in the Canadian Mennonite University Invitational Tournament on Friday, Oct. 15 and Saturday, Oct. 16.