You could cut the tension with a knife inside the Duckworth Centre. While 250 graduates awaited their diplomas this past Sunday afternoon, silent protestors outside took a stand against the University of Winnipeg’s actions.
The University of Winnipeg and Telus have announced a partnership to advance technology on campus with the help of Telus’s infrastructure and a $150,000 technology fund.
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The University of Winnipeg’s Wi-Fi network has many students wondering why they can’t connect more quickly.
Third-year forward Justin Phillips is one of only five returning players to the Wesmen men’s basketball team this season. Originally from Ontario, Phillips has been playing basketball for so long that he can’t remember when he began.
The Wesmen women’s basketball team kicked off their season by hosting the BOB FM tournament Friday, Oct. 8 to Sunday, Oct. 10.
On March 23, 2009, the University of Winnipeg became the first “bottle-free” campus in Canada in an effort to stop the privatization of water for students.
The University of Winnipeg men’s basketball team travelled to Montreal Oct. 8-9 to take part in Concordia University’s Invitational Tournament.
While all students get tired of sitting through class, for most it is a minor nuisance.
As elders smudged the site of the new playground and daycare for the University of Winnipeg’s urban and inner-city studies program on Selkirk Avenue, empty beer bottles clanked from the Merchant’s Hotel.
In September, the University of Winnipeg’s department of history passed a motion protesting the university library’s decision to cut departmental book budgets.
Larry McKay, head coach of the Wesmen men’s volleyball team, is back at the University of Winnipeg after a summer away from the Duckworth Centre.
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Standing at six foot one, Mackenzie Jeffrey, who is in her first year with the Wesmen women’s volleyball team, has always been tall for her age and began playing the sport in Grade 7.
Three hours is a long time to spend in any line, let alone for basic student services.
While reading this article, I read the words “Sponsorship scandal” with dismay.
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The pre-season has officially begun for the Wesmen women’s volleyball team. Last weekend they headed to Regina and played in their first Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) tournament of the year.
Many athletes strive to play university sports, but few make it that far. Even fewer complete the full five years permitted within a university program. Six-foot-five Wesmen women’s basketball player Alexandria MacIver knows how hard it can be to accomplish this, but is happy she has made it to her final season.
This year, the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association confronts a projected deficit of $167,000 – double what it was two years ago and the biggest UWSA deficit ever.