In light of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Winnipeg meeting in June, the University of Winnipeg has announced a new scholarship addressing the needs of residential school survivors.
Haitian students to study at U of W; University chef taking centre stage; Shine up your shoes for a good cause; Menno Simons finds a permanent home; Wesmen leads Canada to volleyball victory
The Buhler Centre opened its doors for the first time on Aug. 26 with a celebration that attracted the Governor General and previewed a number of construction and expansion projects currently taking place by The University of Winnipeg.
Some become policy-makers, others open businesses. Indeed, former University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) members often make interesting career choices.
New features such as the “like” option are popping up on the social networking website, Facebook and are being used immediately by millions of users. But who exactly are users telling what they like? If they think it’s just their “friends,” they’re mistaken.
Men’s basketball coach named; Alumni association to hold AGM June 15; Faith leaders scheduled to gather at the U of W; Basketball tournament and street festival announced
Derryl Reid is helping Manitobans get the most from their coffee.
The University of Winnipeg is poised to become an international centre for indigenous development research.
Manitoba, a feature on skateboarding and a surreal photo of a woman wearing a rabbit mask were just three of the winners at the first-ever Uniter Journalism Awards.
In the current release of the 2010-2011 post-secondary budget, the provincial government has increased the University of Winnipeg’s operating grant by two per cent from last year. However, this increase is less than half of the five per cent increase that has been granted for the past several years.
At one time, The United Church of Canada – the country’s largest Protestant denomination – had the power to drive the University of Winnipeg’s entire agenda. Yet much of that power and influence seems to continue, critics say.
Having received 15 honorary degrees from universities across Canada and the U.S., University of Winnipeg President and Vice-Chancellor Lloyd Axworthy considers them all special.
Collegiate girls basketball champs; Master peace; New summer sport camps; What’s on this week?
The University of Winnipeg’s Wesmen Women’s Basketball Team has recruited two new players from the Vincent Massey Trojans. Stephanie Kleysen and Ashleigh Chichlowski have been two key players for the Trojans this season.
You see them everywhere – dozing in corners of the library, napping on their notes in lecture halls and snoozing on various sofas. For stressed out students, sleep is a precious thing.
After a week of intense campaigning and four days of voting, the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) has a new executive team and board of directors. However, only 9.1 per cent of the student body cast votes (849 ballots), a decrease of 4.2 per cent from last year’s general elections.
A fair trade coffee break; Theatre department wraps up with Anne Frank performance; Atheist student group to give presentation ’debunking’ God; Mayor, U of W partner for aboriginal business development; Wesmen to offer new, exciting summer camps
The University of Winnipeg Alumni Association Council is currently receiving nominations for this year’s Distinguished Alumni Award. Since it was first given out in 1990, the award has acknowledged the exceptional accomplishments of some of the U of W’s most notable graduates.
Receiving a diploma is a moment most students look forward to throughout their university careers. But through all the excitement on this special day, students may overlook many of the deeply-rooted traditions of the convocation ceremony.
The 2009–2010 Wesmen Men’s Volleyball team started out the season with six talented new athletes in the program.