U of W students receive rowing scholarships; Fight club at U of M; Correlation between VLT’s and female gambling problems; Dodgeball extravaganza at U of W; Talking about climate change
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times as the Wesmen volleyball teams faced off against the Trinity Western University Spartans at the Duckworth Centre last weekend.
The University of Winnipeg women’s record went up and the men were demolished in one of their games as the Wesmen faced off two teams last weekend in B.C.
What do you think is the dirtiest part of the university? Hint: it’s not the toilet seats, escalator rails, or the Bulman Centre couches.
The UWSA organized the SnOballs of Fury three-on-three basketball competition on Friday, Jan. 15 to bring various student groups together.
While many students took time to unwind on the weekend after returning to classes for the winter semester, the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) board of directors was hard at work. The board members, including new directors elected in November’s by-elections, spent their Saturday in an orientation to familiarize themselves with their roles.
After opening for Led Zeppelin at age 17 and writing the life stories of local legends like Neil Young and The Guess Who, John Einarson knows what it takes to rock almost any room – even a classroom.
Grant helps innner-city students learn science; DCE sends students on a PacMan hunt; Hockey, yoga, and meditation to beat winter blahs; Green technology research on campus; What’s happening on campus this weekend?
The Wesmen Women’s Basketball Team attempted to pick up the slack in their home games against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies on Friday, Jan. 15 and Saturday, Jan. 16 after losing one of their star players.
Both Wesmen Volleyball teams defeated the University of Saskatchewan Huskies in their away games Saturday, Jan. 16.
Craig Penniston is in his third year at the University of Winnipeg and his first year with the Wesmen Men’s Basketball Team.
The University of Winnipeg is continuing to take preventative measures to protect students, faculty and staff from contracting the H1N1 virus. This month, the U of W will be hosting four more H1N1 vaccination clinics.
The University of Winnipeg has a new Oral History Centre to better conduct oral history interviews and transcriptions.
After a rocky start, the recycling program at McFeetors Hall is up and running. Recycling bins were removed from the residence for a period during the fall term because there was no pickup service in place.
Award-winning novelist welcomed to campus; UWSA gets green seal of approval; Axworthy in demand; Students of new U of W program receive awards; Manitobans moving up the academic ranks
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.
U of W and U of M co-ordinate homeless study; U of W receives Downtown BIZ award; U of M student awarded Rhodes Scholarship; Thirty-three U of W students receive Aboriginal Award; Asper School of Business launches 2010 Manitoba Venture Challenge