Trying to balance a university workload with the other parts of a student’s life can be difficult at the best of times. Since the last batch of students involved in the English Students Association (ESA) graduated a few years ago, no one else has had time to keep it going.
The University of Winnipeg Students’ Association executive committee has been active this year, organizing activities and new project initiatives, and finalizing some long-term projects.
Halfway through the season, Wesmen teams of different courts agree on one thing: they need to be more consistent.
Compensation mulled for Brandon U students; Krykewich named coach of the year; North West CEO awarded Duff Roblin Award; UW to play host for elite wrestling camp
“Being a philosopher is a lot like being in the NHL,” quips Joseph Heath, public intellectual and philosophy professor at the University of Toronto. “You just can’t believe you’re getting paid so much for such a fantastic job.”
The West wanted in. They got in. And they kicked some ass.
On Nov. 8, The Uniter interviewed former Liberal leader and key contributor in the 2008 coalition crisis, Stephane Dion, after he spoke about democratic reform at the University of Winnipeg’s Convocation Hall.
The University of Winnipeg has lost the founding dean of its business program.
Truth and Reconciliation scholarships awarded; U of W Soccer scores with Athletes of the Month ; Pirates, noses, romance and the start of the U of W theatre season; U of W and U of M partner up as members of the NCAIS
Three weeks into the regular season and the Wesmen women’s volleyball team is off to its best start in years, and head coach Diane Scott thinks it’s going to be a good year for her team.
Working conditions for the University of Winnipeg’s contract academic staff (CAS) has faculty members questioning the amount of respect university administration has for its contract faculty.
As Brandon University’s faculty strike entered Manitoba history last week - now 30 days and counting - increasingly frustrated students are demanding their tuition be refunded for the class time they’ve missed.
Bringing to light the exceptional achievements of three prominent aboriginal leaders, the University of Winnipeg awarded three honorary degrees during this year’s fall convocation.
The University of Winnipeg’s Community Renewal Corporation-run student residences are facing severe criticism for stringent rules, frequent fining of students and unfair eviction policies.
After three years of planning, the volunteer-run University of Winnipeg Students’ Association Bike Lab is off to the races after opening its doors to the public on Oct. 21.
How does free yoga sound?; U of W, the Forks partners in composting ; U of W program receives $150,000 grant ; Wesmen wrestles first recruits for men’s team ; Conference focuses on the art of math education
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