Last winter, the University of Winnipeg’s Business Administration department offered the first Canadian undergraduate course in co-operative management.
Students and faculty alike have joined the picket line in front of the University of Winnipeg’s Rice Building as the Brandon University Faculty Association (BUFA) strike continues.
The results of last week’s University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) byelection will be felt for years to come, with four newly elected directors and two brand new student fees set to be levied on top of existing tuition.
Brandon University staff on picket line; U of W, Ford partner for presentation; UWSA announces Student Group Fair; Buy a pumpkin, support an inner-city athlete
After years of coaching competitive baseball, Mike Krykewich and Guy Yerama decided it was time that a Manitoban university had a men’s baseball team.
Have you ever been stressed out about classes or work and needed a way to de-stress?
The upcoming publication of the Campus Freedom Index raises questions about the University of Winnipeg’s capacity for supporting freedom of expression on campus.
UW alumnus tapped to head foundation; UW launches Arctic Gateway initiative; Faculty and staff to receive awards; Wesmen women finish second
In the face of growing competition and criticism, this year’s University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) is under strict orders from students to keep the struggling Soma Café afloat.
The University of Winnipeg plans to build a new soccer field house and wellness centre for its expanding athletics and kinesiology programs.
The University of Winnipeg and the City of Winnipeg have joined forces to construct a new green space downtown.
Not only has the University of Winnipeg added two new wrestling teams to its athletics roster, but it will also host Olympic wrestling trials in December.
With an offer to purchase the infamous Merchants Hotel in the North End, the group behind the deal is still considering what should become of the building.
Manitoba’s general election is in full swing, with a variety of issues and platforms being put forward to Manitoba voters. With that in mind, The Uniter decided to take a look where the four major parties stand on post-secondary issues.
The University of Winnipeg Wesmen men’s and women’s soccer teams are competing for the second year in the Manitoba Colleges Athletics Conference (MCAC), despite posting top records last season.
Sweeping changes to the structure of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport league has forced universities across the country, including the University of Winnipeg, to field more teams.
The University of Winnipeg Students’ Association is lobbying the University of Winnipeg to install its first gender-neutral washroom.
U of W enrolment numbers jump; Axworthy’s state of the university address available online; Youth baseball program set to play ball; Career and counselling workshops set to begin; Student Services on the move
After several lengthy meetings, the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association has finally narrowed down what they want to accomplish this school year, and increasing the number of youth voters is number one on the list.
The school year may have only just begun, but the University of Winnipeg men’s basketball team has already been practicing for weeks.