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If you think you’re the only one who fights more with your significant other during exam periods, think again.
The Wesmen women’s basketball team swept the Victoria Vikes last weekend (Jan. 14-15), improving their record to 12-2, while the men lost both matches to their B.C. equivalent, as well as a few key players to injury.
Mohamed Mahamud has never known the freedoms of being a national citizen.
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When the Buhler Centre opened in October, students in the University of Winnipeg’s Division of Continuing Education were excited to move into the brand new building. But instead of entering a finished and contemporary learning environment, many found the building unfit for housing their needs.
While numerous schools are attempting to leave the Canadian Federation of Students, the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) spent much of their time this fall prepping for CFS’s annual general meeting held in Gatineau, Quebec from Nov. 24-27.
The University of Winnipeg men’s and women’s basketball teams travelled to Kamloops, B.C. last weekend (Jan. 7-8) to take on Thompson Rivers University (TRU).
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The safety of University of Winnipeg students has long been a touchy subject due to assaults and robberies near the downtown campus. However, students may take comfort in the fact that the U of W is a member of the Downtown Security Network (DSN).
The Duckworth Centre was packed from Dec. 28 to Dec. 30 as youth community, high school and university teams competed for their respective basketball championship titles as part of the University of Winnipeg’s 44th Annual Wesmen Classic.
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When both Wesmen basketball teams hosted the Trinity Western Spartans Nov. 26-27 the women went 2-0, the men went 0-2.
For months, staff at Student Central have been getting sick. Symptoms include itchy eyes, runny noses and headaches; however, staff find relief when away from the school.
On the 20th anniversary of Maclean’s magazine’s university ranking survey, the University of Winnipeg was named the 10th best primarily undergraduate university in the country, slipping two spots from last year.
The University of Winnipeg Wesmen men’s volleyball team ended their losing streak on Saturday night (Nov. 20) against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies on home turf.
In three short years, the inaugural Canadian Blood Services’ Youth Council has collected hundreds of blood units and saved lives by targeting students at the University of Winnipeg.
The Wesmen women’s volleyball squad hit the court hard against the Saskatchewan Huskies last weekend and came out on top, winning 3-1 on both Friday and Saturday nights (Nov. 19-20).
A group of University of Winnipeg Global College students presented their research project on reconciliation to an audience including representatives from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) on Wednesday, Nov. 17.
The Wesmen men’s volleyball team had a tough weekend, dropping two matches to the visiting University of British Columbia (UBC) Thunderbirds, who picked up their first regular season win on Friday, Nov. 12.