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.
A long-standing rivalry was alive and well over the weekend as the men’s and women’s Wesmen volleyball teams struggled at home against the University of Manitoba Bisons.
It was a bad weekend for the Wesmen, with both the men’s and women’s basketball teams losing handily to the University of Manitoba Bison’s Saturday night.
About 45 protesters from the University of Winnipeg Geography and Environmental Studies Student’s Association launched a demonstration in a packed Riddell Hall this past Monday, Nov. 9 to raise awareness of the climate change conference being held in Copenhagen, Denmark by the United Nations Dec. 7-18.
Since the days of United College, the University of Winnipeg’s student body has grown. But inspite of the increasing number of graduates, interest in the University of Winnipeg Alumni Association has weakened.
Once completed, the sculpture outside the Ellice Street doors of Lockhart Hall will add a new aesthetic dimension to the University of Winnipeg’s campus. The project, funded by a $150,000 grant from the Winnipeg Arts Council as part of the University of Winnipeg Gateway and Transit Project, is expected to be completed in a couple of weeks.
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The Wesmen basketball teams had a tough weekend, with the men losing both games and the women pulling off one win.
The Wesmen men’s and women’s volleyball teams took on two teams from the University of Alberta in Edmonton last weekend, each managing to come away with a win.
When the phone rang in May 2007, Kaitlin Rempel had no idea that her whole life was about to change.
Manitoba university students will embark today (Thursday, Nov. 5) on the annual march to the Legislature for the Day of Action organized by the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS). While past campaigns have mostly focused on dropping post-secondary tuition fees, this year’s campaign is taking a different approach.
Acclaimed author Sandy Tolan, whose scheduled involvement in a unique peacebuilding project last year raised concerns about controversial speakers engaging in dialogue with local Israel and Palestine advocacy groups, is scheduled to speak in Winnipeg on Nov. 19 as part of The Uniter/Mouseland Press Speaker Series.
Ever wonder what you could do with a jar of neutrons unbound from their proton partners? University of Winnipeg physics professor Jeff Martin wonders every day and has been given millions of dollars to show the world just how cool an ultracold neutron is.
One room, five guys, 48 hours and a full 82-game NHL season. This marathon session of EA Sports’ NHL 10 video game is not just a good time, it supports a good cause too.